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Joseph Cudahy (ID 1562)

Tanker: Built in 1917 by the Baltimore Drydock and Shipbuilding Co., Baltimore, MD; Torpedoed and sunk 17 August 1918 off the English coast by the German submarine U-90.

Specifications: Displacement 7,045 t.; Length 293'; Beam 47' 2"; Draft 22' 11"; Speed 10.5 kts.; Complement 61; Armament two 3".

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