Ships hit during WWI


TypePassenger steamer
GRT9,399 tons
Country  British
BuilderArmstrong, Whitworth & Co., Ltd., Newcastle
OperatorFred. Leyland & Co. (1900) , Ltd., Liverpool

U-boat attacks on Passenger steamer Atlantian

DateU-boatLoss typePositionLocationRouteCargoCasualties
13 Nov 1917UC 75 (Johannes Lohs)DamagedTorpedoed S of the Isle of Man
53° 43'N, 'E
Galveston - Liverpool
general cargo

226 Jun 1918U 86 (Helmut Patzig)Sunk110 miles NxW1/2W of Eagle Island. Or 55.44N 13.27W.
55° 42'N, 12° 57'W
Galveston - Liverpool


Atlantian had sailed from Hampton Roads in convoy HH58 on 10 June 1918. Two crew taken prisoner.

Position of attacks on Atlantian

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Hostile Sea

Corkill, Andrian

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