Greek Steam merchant
|Completed||1919 - W. Gray & Co (1918) Ltd, West Hartlepool|
|Owner||Goulandris Bros, Piræus|
|Date of attack||18 Mar 1942||Nationality: Greek|
|Fate||Sunk by U-124 (Johann Mohr)|
|Position||35° 05'N, 75° 25'W - Grid CA 7993|
|Complement||35 (0 dead and 35 survivors).|
|Route||New York (15 Mar) - Cristobal|
|History||Launched as British War Lurcher, in October 1919 completed as Dutch Bondowoso for NV Rotterdamsche Lloyd, Rotterdam. 1936 sold to Greece and renamed Kassandra Louloudis for Goulandris Bros, Andros. |
|Notes on event|
At 01.14 hours on 18 March 1942 the unescorted Kassandra Louloudis (Master Themistokles Mitlas) was hit by one torpedo from U-124 and sank off Diamond Shoals, Cape Hatteras. The survivors were picked up by the US Coast Guard cutter USS Dione.
|On board||We have details of 35 people who were on board.|
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