Le Dr. Enright, victime du torpillage du Llandovery Castle

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Title
Le Dr. Enright, victime du torpillage du Llandovery Castle
Abstract
On June 27, 1918, a British hospital ship, the Llandovery Castle, was sunk by a German submarine, claiming the lives of 234 people on board. Among those killed was Dr. William James Enright (1873-1918), born in Port Daniel, Gaspé. Enright is buried in the Sangatte Canadian military cemetery in Calais, France.
Publication
Magazine Gaspésie
Volume
Vol. 52
Issue
no. 2
Pages
39-41
Date
Juillet-octobre 2015
Language
en
Citation
McNeil, William. “Le Dr. Enright, Victime Du Torpillage Du Llandovery Castle.” Magazine Gaspésie Vol. 52, no. 2 (October 2015): 39–41.
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