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Maritime incidents by year 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917
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U-boats sunk in 1914

    

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Alma A. E. Holmes (ship)

Battle of Trindade

Florence J.

Francis H. Leggett

German hospital ship Ophelia

HMCS Karluk

HMS A7

HMS Aboukir (1900)

HMS Amphion (1911)

HMS Audacious (1912)

HMS Bulwark (1899)

HMS Cressy (1899)

HMS D2

HMS D5

HMS E3

HMS Hawke (1891)

HMS Hermes (1898)

HMS Hogue (1900)

HMS Invincible (1869)

HMS Pegasus (1897)

HMS Success (1901)

HMVS Gordon

Japanese cruiser Takachiho

Last voyage of the Karluk

List of shipwrecks in 1914

List of shipwrecks in August 1914

List of shipwrecks in December 1914

List of shipwrecks in November 1914

List of shipwrecks in October 1914

List of shipwrecks in September 1914

Ottoman ironclad Mesudiye

RMS Empress of Ireland

RMS Oceanic (1899)

Russian cruiser Pallada (1906)

Russian cruiser Zhemchug

SMS Ariadne

SMS Cap Trafalgar

SMS Cöln (1909)

SMS Friedrich Carl

SMS Gneisenau

SMS Hela

SMS Karlsruhe

SMS Leipzig

SMS Magdeburg

SMS Mainz

SMS Nürnberg (1906)

SMS Scharnhorst

SMS Yorck

SMS Zenta

SS Admiral Sampson

SS Buresk (1914)

SS Dollart

SS Indus (1904)

SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse

SS Kate (tug)

SS Komagata Maru

SS Königin Luise (1913)

SS Monroe (1902)

SS Montrose (1897)

SS Pfalz (1913)

SS Princess Victoria

SS Rohilla

SS San Wilfrido (1914)

SS Southern Cross (1886)

SS Storstad

Thomas Winsmore (schooner)

W. H. Dimond (barquentine)

Ypiranga incident

  

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