TUSCANIA
The Tuscania was the first ship taking American troops to Europe to be torpedoed and sunk by a German Submarine in the first World War. On January 24 1918, the Tuscania was scheduled to embark, destination Le Havre, France.
Scheduled arrival date: March 24, 1918
Sunk: February 5, 1918
Cause: Torpedoed Amidship - Starboard Boiler Room.

For more information about the Tuscania contact Steve Schwartz Renton, Washington at Steves Email. Steve also has a website dedicated to The Troop Ship Tuscania.


Here is the incomplete list of names of the Surivors from Wisconsin. Updated June 2000