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DENEBOLA

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  136760, DERIABOLA
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1918 wreck of English cargo vessel which foundered 2 miles NW of Gurnard's Head after being torpedoed en route from Swansea for Rouen with coal. Constructed of steel in 1899, she was a steam-driven vessel, and, originally owned in Germany, she was interned by the British during the First World War and requisitioned as a collier under the British flag. Her possible remains may be those recorded at 832080, while 832079 nearby was formerly thought to be the remains of the DENEBOLA, but is now regarded as the site of the SAXON BRITON.

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