Daily Event for December 2

On the night of Dec. 1-2, 1942 the Ellerman Lines cargo ship City of Bath was torpedoed and sunk by the
U-508 off the coast of Guyana. Most of the crew managed to escape, but three men were lost. The eighty
survivors were in two groups, fifty-two were picked up by the SS City of Dunkirk the following day. The
remaining twenty-eight made land at Trinidad on Dec. 5.
© 2007 Michael W. Pocock

In memory of those who lost their lives in SS City of Bath
"As long as we embrace them in our memory, their spirit will always be with us"

Finnie, George W. F.
Fourth Engineer Officer
Hay, James W. E.
First Radio Officer
Moon, Frank
Chief Steward