Ships hit during WWI

Fabian

NameFabian
Typesteamer
GRT2,246 tons
Country  British
Built1881
BuilderOswald, Mordaunt & Co., Southampton
OperatorEllerman Lines, Ltd. (Graham Smith, mgr), Liverpool
History

U-boat attacks on steamer Fabian


DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
126 Oct 1916U 20 (Walther Schwieger)DamagedSt. George Channel - damaged by gunfire only
50.56N, 06.25W
Almeria - Manchester
general cargo
1

220 Sep 1917UB 50 (Franz Becker)Sunk30 miles W1/2N Cape Spartel
35.45N, 06.40W
Almeria - Liverpool
general cargo
3

Position of attack on Fabian

Legend

1916 (1). 1917 (1).

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