Photo #: NH 41725
Sinking of USS President Lincoln,
31 May 1918
Some of the ship's survivors aboard USS Warrington (Destroyer # 30) soon after they were rescued.
These men are still wearing life preservers. The three in the front center are U.S. Army officers.
President Lincoln was torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine U-90.
Note Warrington's bell in the upper left center.
U.S. Army Signal Corps Photograph, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center.
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Image posted 23 November 2005