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Llŷn and the War at Sea: the GRENADA and her crew

The GRENADA was a steel-hulled, four-masted barque. She was built in 1894 by Russel & Co., Greenock, and was operated by Gwalia Shipping Co. Ltd. (Roberts, Owen & Co.), Liverpool. No lives were lost when she was sunk by UB 40 under the command of KapLt Karl Neuman on 22 November 1916.

This tribute was suggested by Gwerfyl T. Gregory. In association with Llŷn Maritime Museum.

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GRENADA (III)

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GRENADA (II)

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Captain Griffith Jones of Nefyn

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GRENADA (I)

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Documents by the Admiralty about the sinking of...

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