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Re: Survivors memories requested from Tuscania sinking as well as Otranto
Posted by: Terry Kaye (ID *****8420) Date: September 21, 2011 at 08:11:05
In Reply to: Survivors memories requested from Tuscania sinking as well as Otranto by SALLY PROZNIK of 9053

I just ran across a downloadable 1920 unit history of the 20th Engineers that includes a first-hand account of the sinking. It's in the book's section on the Sixth Battalion, which apparently was aboard. There's also a list of casualties at the end of the book.

You may already have this, but if not here's a link to the book:

http://www.20thengineers.com/images/ww1-20thEngineersBook.pdf




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