HMS Aboukir lost 22 September 1914. Read more on Ulster men lost http://historyhubulster.co.uk/livebait-squadron/

HMS Cressy - third of 3 obsolete armoured cruiser sisters sunk on the same night in September 1914 by U 9 before the submarine threat had been properly appreciated: predictable standing patrols simply exposed ships to underwater attack.

HMS Monmouth lost 1 November 1914. Read more on Ulster men lost: http://historyhubulster.co.uk/centenary-battle-of-coronel/

HMS Monmouth (United Kingdom) – Sunk on 1 November 1914 off the Chilean coast along with HMS Good Hope in the Battle of Coronel. There were no survivors of the ship's complement of

HMS Good Hope lost 1 November 1914. Read more on Ulster Men lost: http://historyhubulster.co.uk/centenary-battle-of-coronel/

Armoured cruiser HMS Good Hope - British flagship sunk with all hands on 1 November 1914 off the Chilean coast along with HMS Monmouth in the Battle of Coronel by the German armoured cruisers Scharnhorst (see nearby) and Gneisenau.

HMS Hawke lost 15 October 1914. Read more on Ulster men lost: http://historyhubulster.co.uk/hms-hawke-centenary/

The British battleship HMS Hawke was sunk off the north-east coast of Scotland by a U-Boat 100 years ago today. The ship's magazine was hit by a torpedo.

HMS Cressy lost 22 September 1914.  Read more on Ulster men lost http://historyhubulster.co.uk/livebait-squadron/

The Livebait Squadron: One of the largest Naval disasters in history with 31 of Ulster’s men lost to just one U-boat

HMS Hogue lost 22 September 1914. Read more on Ulster men lost: http://historyhubulster.co.uk/livebait-squadron/

A century on, how one U-boat sunk three ships and their Ulster sailors…

HMS Amphion lost 6th August 1914. Read more on Ulster men lost: http://historyhubulster.co.uk/hms-amphion/

HMS Amphion (United Kingdom) – The first British loss in World War I, striking a mine while chasing a minelayer. 150 lives were lost.

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