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WARILDA

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Probable remains of 1918 wreck of British hospital ship, located approximately 37 miles SE of Selsey Bill. If the WARILDA, she was a steamer, constructed of steel, which foundered after being torpedoed en route from Le Havre for Southampton with wounded service personnel. The account of the wreck event is at SZ 88 NE 6, while another site has also been suggested as the possible remains of the WARILDA, at TV 24 NW 2. She was attacked by UC 49, whose probable remains are located at SX 94 NE 1; the account of the wreck event is at SX 84 SE 22.

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