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Ships names Baron Douglas

 

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Baron Douglas (1) 1888 1899 sold Spain renamed Orozco, 1915 sank off La Rochelle. 2,700
Baron Douglas (2) 1905 ex- Glenmay, 1919 purchased from Cambo Shipping Co., Cardiff renamed Baron Douglas, 1929 sold Greece renamed Afroessa, 1940 seized by Vichy France renamed Sahara, 1943 recovered by Greece renamed Afroessa, 1944 taken over by MOWT, renamed Woolworth and hulked at Freetown, 1952 scrapped. 2,485
Baron Douglas (3) 1932 1957 sold Italy renamed Acrux, 1961 sold Lebanon renamed Armonia, 1963 renamed Harmonia, 1965 sold Italy renamed Angelo di Maio, 1970 scrapped. 3,899

 

 

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