AT SEA: Deutschland at Large

Last week came explanation of a mystery which had puzzled the U. S. Maritime Commission and the U. S. State Department: where was the Commission's freighter City of Flint, which cleared New York City for Manchester on Oct. 3, and never arrived? One of her passengers, James G. McConnochie, popped up in Bergen, Norway, to explain that on Oct. 9, at about mid-Atlantic, City of Flint was overhauled by the German pocket battleship Deutschland, which put aboard her 38 survivors of the British freighter Stone-gate, torpedoed earlier by Deutschland. Finding that Flint carried oil in large quantities, the German...

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