Ships hit during WWI


TypeAuxiliary patrol vessel
GRT286 tons
Country  French
BuilderJ. Fullerton, Paisley
OperatorFrench Navy
HistoryBuilt as Isabella, later renamed Trojan and then Marie Grech before the French government bought her in 1917 and renamed her Elephant.

U-boat attacks on Auxiliary patrol vessel Elephant

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
131 Jan 1918UC 79 (Werner Löwe)SunkTorpedoed N of Ile de Brehat, Brittany
48° 53'N, 3° 00'W


Position of attack on Elephant


1918 (1).

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