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- First World War (1914-1918)
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Original Plaque-H.M.S. JASON LOST AT 11:10 AM ON 3 APRIL/ 1917 OFF THE ISLAND OF COLL/ Latitude 56 38'/Longitude 6 28'W/THROUGH STRIKING A MINE LAID BY/ THE GERMAN SUBMARINE U78 ON 11 FEB 1917/ THE CREW OF HMS JASON AT THE TIME OF HER LOSS/ WAS 98: 73 OFFICERS AND MEN WERE SAVED, 25 LOST New Card Notice-H.M.S. JASON was lost at 11:10 AM on the 3rd APRIL/1917 off the island of Coll (latitude 56 38' N/Longitude 6 28'W) through striking a mine laid by/the German submarine U.78 on the 11th February 1917./The Crew of the H.M.S. JASON at the time of her loss/ was 98: 73 officers and men were saved: 25 men/were lost.