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BurdenBuiltShipowner or operator Dimensions
8,099 gross 1907 at Kiel by Germania Werft Hamburg America Line  
 1907 Dec. 21, launched as the "Corcovado"Atlantic Journey ID 2389
 1914 Accommodation ship at ConstantinopleAtlantic Journey ID 2390
 1915 Renamed "Sueh", TurkishAtlantic Journey ID 2391
 1919 Surrendered to France, named changed back to "Corcovado"Atlantic Journey ID 2392
 1920 Renamed "Guglielmo Peirce", Sicula AmericanaAtlantic Journey ID 2393
 1927 Renamed "Maria Christina", Lloyd SabaudoAtlantic Journey ID 2394
 1930 Renamed "Mouzinho", Cia ColonialAtlantic Journey ID 2395
 1954 Scrapped at SavonaAtlantic Journey ID 2396
The information listed above is not the complete record of the ship. The information was collected from a multitude of sources, and new information will be added as it emerges


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