January 13 – HMS Viknor captured major German spy and perished with him — Remembrance NI

On 13 Jan 1915, the armed merchant cruiser HMS Viknor sank off the coast of County Donegal with all hands (295 dead). The cause of her loss is unconfirmed but it is likely she struck a German mine. Graves of crew members on Rathlin Island and Ballintoy are the focus of a yearly Act of […]

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6 Responses to January 13 – HMS Viknor captured major German spy and perished with him — Remembrance NI

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