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The Story of the DERBENT

The DERBENT was a British tanker. Travelling from Liverpool to Queenstown, she was sunk by U 96 commanded by KapLt Heinrich Jeß on 30 November 1917. Her wreck lies 6 miles north east by east off Lynas Point, Anglesey. There were no casualties.

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Great War at Sea: HMS DERBENT sunk 30 November...

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Photograph of Heinrich Jeß

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Sailing Orders for the DERBENT

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Crew List of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary DERBENT

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Form S. A. Relating to the Loss of the DERBENT

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Armed Trawler Escorts for the DERBENT

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