Ships hit during WWI


GRT7,913 tons
Country  American
BuilderNew York SB. Co., Camden, N.J.
OperatorAmerican-Hawaiian Steamship Co., New York
HistoryWreck was razed in 1928 by SORIMA (Italian wreck-scraping company)

U-boat attacks on Steamer Kansan

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
118 Dec 1916UC 18 (Wilhelm Kiel)DamagedMined off St. Nazaire

Boston - St. Nazaire
horses and general cargo

6 wounded.

210 Jul 1917UC 69 (Erwin Waßner)SunkMined 2 miles east of Kerdonis Pt, Belle Ile
47° 20'N, 3° 03'W
New York - St. Nazaire
general cargo

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Position of attack on Kansan


1917 (1).

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