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The APAPA was travelling from West Africa to Liverpool when she was sunk by U 96 off Point Lynas, Anglesey on 28 November 1917 with the loss of 77 passengers and crew. The ship was built in 1914 for the Liverpool-based Elder Dempster Company. This company was involved in transporting goods and passengers to and from West Africa.

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