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- a number of steamship s have been named ss laurentic after the saint lawrence seaway : laurentic , 1908 a 14,892-ton liner of the white
- ss laurentic was a british ocean liner of the white star line . the dominion line steamship company operated a successful p****enger
- the second ss laurentic was an 18,724- ton ocean liner built in 1927 by harland and wolff , belfast , for the white star line she
- including the ss laurentic sunk by a german mine (possible torpedo), which went down with 3,211 ingots of gold of which 3,191 were recovered.
- 1890–1909 ! : laurentic , 1908 , 1908–1917 , 14,892 grt , megantic , 1909 , 1909–1933 , 14,878 grt , 1910–1919 ! : ship , built , in service
- three british armed merchant cruisers (amc), hms laurentic (18,724 tons), hms patroclus (11,314 tons) and forfar , f30 , 6 (16,402 tons).
- the battalion set off for england on board the laurentic berthed in quebec. they arrived in england on 14 october 1914 with a strength of
- hms laurentic (f51), a 1927 british royal navy armed merchant cruiser. and also : ****rganic sleep disorder icd-10 code.
- u-80 is credited for sinking the laurentic , the 24th largest ship sunk in world war i by uboats, at 14,892 tons. she struck two mines
- the battalion set off for england on board the laurentic berthed in quebec. they arrived in england on 14 october 1914 with a strength of