|GRT||48,158 tons (one of the largest ships hit)|
|Builder||Harland & Wolff, Ltd., Belfast|
|Operator||Oceanic Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. (White Star Line), Liverpool|
|History||Sister ship of the Titanic. She was improved after her sister sank but still she sank in only 55 minutes.|
U-boat attacks on Hospital ship Britannic
|1||21 Nov 1916||U 73 (Gustav Sieß)||Sunk||Mined Zea Channel, Aegean Sea bound for Mudros||Naples - Mudros||30|
|En route to Mudros to pick up wounded Allied soldiers for Southampton, England. 40 were wounded when she sank but the loss of life was relatively small compared to many other sinkings in the war.|
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