An earlier version of this article was donated to Wikipedia The Irish Mercantile Marine during World War II continued essential overseas trade during the conflict, a period referred to as “The Long Watch” by Irish mariners. Irish merchant shipping ensured…
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The City of Waterford sailed in Convoy OG-74, as required by insurance companies. She was accidentally rammed and sunk. Her crew were on Walmer Castle, two days later, when they were bombed and sunk. Five, City of Waterford crew, were lost; but the life assurance was not paid.