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The British steamer Fort Massac, lying half submerged off Harwich, she sank after a night collision. Three of the crew of 41 are missing, believed drowned.

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The British steamer Fort Massac, lying half submerged off Harwich, she sank after a night collision. Three of the crew of 41 are missing, believed drowned.
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The British steamer Fort Massac, lying half submerged off Harwich, she sank after a night collision. Three of the crew of 41 are missing, believed drowned.
The British steamer Fort Massac, lying half submerged off Harwich, she sank after a night collision. Three of the crew of 41 are missing, believed drowned.
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The British steamer Fort Massac, lying half submerged off Harwich, she sank after a night collision. Three of the crew of 41 are missing, believed drowned. British streamer sinks with $20,000 worth of exports. Fort Massac was a British cargo (victory type). She came in collision with Thornaby, while en route from Middlesbough to Cape Town with general cargo. British steamer, ship, sank, wrecked, sea, water, 1949

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SizeText 6" x 8.2"

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