The Sinking Of the President Lincoln, May 31, 1918, by German U-Boat 90
A passenger liner before the war, the Hamburg Line President Lincoln was seized in New York harbor in 1917 and converted into a troop transport ship by the U.S. Shipping Board. On the return trip of its 5th delivery of men to France, the ship was hit by three torpedoes from German U-Boat 90. Of the 715 people aboard, only 26 were lost, and one officer, Lieutenant Edouard Izac, was taken prisoner.
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- World War I 1917-1918
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