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The Story of the ORONSA

The ORONSA was a British passenger steamer. Travelling from New York to Liverpool, she was sunk by U 91 commanded by KapLt Alfred von Glasenapp on 28 April 1918. Her wreck lies 12 miles W of Bardsey Island. There were 3 casualties.

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Official Report of the loss of the ORONSA on 28...

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The Oronsa, British Liner, Is Sunk By U Boat;...

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Photograph of Alfred von Glasenapp

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U-Boat Sinks Steamship; Only 3 of 250 Are Lost;...

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SHIP SUNK BY TORPEDO, 57 Y. M. C. A. WORKERS...

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FIRST BALL GLOVE IS MADE IN FRANCE [...] U-BOAT...

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SAVE Y.M.C.A. MEN IN U-BOAT SINKING

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THE ORONSA TORPEDOED

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The Lost S.S. Oronsa

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LINER SUNK

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