THE SINKING OF THE RMS LEINSTER with Philip Lecane
27 September @ 6:30 pm
On the 10th October 1918, in the final month of the First World War, German submarine UB-123 sank the Dun Laoghaire to Holyhead mail boat RMS Leinster near the Kish Bank. Over 560 died in what was the greatest ever loss of life on the Irish Sea and the highest death toll on an Irish owned ship. This talk tells the story of a long forgotten event in Irish history.
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