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The story of the CAMBANK

The CAMBANK was a 3,111-tonne steamship owned by Merevale Shipping Company of Cardiff. She was en route from Huelva in Spain to Garston, Merseyside, with a valuable cargo of copper. About 10 miles east of Point Lynas, Anglesey, a submarine suddenly appeared about 250 yards away and without warning sent a torpedo at the CAMBANK. She was hit amidships and immediately began to sink.

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Great War at Sea: CAMBANK sunk 20 February 1915

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The Cambank Sunk in the Irish Sea as She Stops...

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SUDDO LLONG GER AMLWCH

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STEAMER TORPEDOED OFF ANGLESEY

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"Ein Vierteljahr U-Bootkrieg"

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WITHOUT WARNING

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