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Sinking of the Lusitania: The Sunday Chronicle, 5/8/1915

Sinking of the Lusitania: The Sunday Chronicle,

Illustration showing the number of crew aboard the Lusitania (1907)

Illustration showing the number of crew aboard the Lusitania

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A crowd of British sailors join the funeral procession in Eire for the victims of the sunken Lusitania.

William Sterling Jr. Hodges Ship : RMS Lusitania  Passenger : 1st class  Nationality : American  Residence : Philadelphia, Pennsylvania US  Death : May 7, 1915 2 : 10 pm  Cause : Lusitania sinking ( body recovered and buried in Old Church cemetery in Cobh, County Cork Ireland )  Age : 8 years

Hodges, 1915 Pennsylvania , Lusitania victim- May 1915 at 8 years old.

Picture #4: The formation of the ship.

Picture The formation of the ship.

Name: Joan Adams Passenger: 2nd class Nationality: Canadian (British) Residance: Edmonton, Alberta Canada Death: May 7, 1915 2:10 pm Cause: Lusitania sinking-suffered from exposure in the Mid-Atlantic ocean (body never recovered) Age: 2 years

Joan Adams Birth: 1912 Gender: female child Ship: Lusitania Passenger: class Nationality: Canadian Background: British Residence: Edmonton, Alberta Canada Death: Friday May 1915 PM Cause: suffered from the effects of the Atlantic Age: 2

Torpedo strikes Lusitania

Schwieger's torpedo strikes home; painting by John Gray

Shipwreck, Titanic, Boat, Sisters, Ships, Viajes, Dinghy, Boats, Daughters

Newspaper add preceding Lusitania sinking in 1915

World War 1: The Sinking of Lusitania

German warning just prior to the sinking of the Lusitania that they were begining an unrestricted submarine war that would include all non-military vessels.

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