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|Builder/Built||1915 Cammell Laird, Birkenhead|
|Type||passenger / cargo ship|
Owned by the Peninsular and Oriental Steamship Navigation Company between 1915 and 1932.
Used as a troop ship between England, Egypt and Salonika.
She was then refitted as a hospital ship and dispatched to North Russia in October 1918. After a 12-day voyage she arrived in Archangel. There she acted as a temporary base hospital for British, Canadian, French, Italian, Chinese and Russian sick and wounded.
Scrapped in Japan in 1932.
Alexandria to Mudros 18 -23 October 1915
- Victor Thomas Emanuel Compassi
- George Chistopher Dalziell DCM
- William Hart
- Angus Lindt
- Ernest Edward Lockhart
- Harold V Marshall