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The passenger steamer FALABA, sunk 28 March 1915, with the loss of 104 lives. Eighty-three survivors stayed at John Cory Sailors’ Rest and Bethel, milford Haven, including men and women and children. Many were West African crewmen.

Source: State Library of Victoria, Australia.

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