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The Story of the AGBERI

The AGBERI was a British steamer. Travelling in a convoy from Dakar to Liverpool, she was sunk by U 87 commanded by KptLeut Rudolf von Speth-Schülzburg on 25 December 1917. Her wreck lies 18 miles NW of Bardsey Island. There were no casualties.

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The Steamship AGBERI at Brest

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Official Report of the loss of the AGBERI on 25...

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Obituary and Photograph of Rudolf von Speth...

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Obituary and Photograph of Karl Heinrich...

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Photograph of Franz Wodrig in Uniform

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