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The Story of the DRINA

The DRINA was a British passenger steamer. Travelling from Buenos Aires to Liverpool, she struck a mine 2 miles W of Skokham Island and sank on 1 March 1917. The mine had been laid by UC 65 commanded by KptLeut Otto Steinbrink three weeks earlier. There were 15 casualties.

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Official Report of the loss of the DRINA on 1...

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Soldier's Letters

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Photograph of Otto Steinbrinck

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LINER DRINA SUNK; ALL ABOARD SAVED

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Big Passenger Stea[mer] Sunk, All Aboard Re[scued]

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64,500 Tonnen Beute zweier Tauchboote

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