Loss of the troopship Birkenhead South Africa early th century Women and children being lowered into the ships lifeboats HMS Birkenhead an iron paddlesteamer troopship sailed from Queenstown Cobh Ireland for the Cape of Good Hope on January She foundered off Simons Bay South Africa on February The troops commanding officer LieutenantColonel Alexander Seton gave the order Women and children first and the troops stood in line on deck as if on parade and awaited their fate Of the people on board only were saved
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