More ship pictures from a book

Hole blown in side of #4 hold of SS Robert F. Hoke by Japanese torpedo.

Interior of #4 hold showing internal damage to the tween deck. Captain Frederick MacLean on the right and Chief Engineer J. Anderberg on the left.

Some of the 15 survivors of the SS Alcoa Guide sunk April 16, 1942

SS James Harrod after collision showing hole in starboard side of #4 hold. Notice trucks on deck

Liberty Ship SS Charles Morgan with stern resting on the bottom off Utah Beach, Normandy, France

The SS Robert C. Tuttle afire and down by the head

The SS Sun in dry dock at Chester, Pa after being torpedoed on May 16, 1942

The remains of the SS Robert Rowan off Gela, Sicily, July 11, 1943

Stern section of the tanker MS Brilliant sinking on January 24, 1943 off Newfoundland. 44 men adrift on this section for 5 days after she broke in two on January 20, 1943

The SS Tiger (sinking) and under tow by the tug Relief after being torpedoed by U-754 on April 1, 1942

A suicide plane crashed the Burke (left) and the ship catches fire and a column of smoke begins to rise (right)

The smoke from the Burke rises higher as the ship burns (left) and the fire reaches the ammunition cargo and the ship disintegrates (right)

The SS Esparta lying on her starboard side after being torpedoed by U-123 on April 9, 1942

SS W.S. Rheem moored alongside an empty tanker in Espirito Santo Harbor after being hit by a Japanese torpedo fired by the I-20

Tanker SS Oklahoma after being struck by a torpedo on April 8, 1942

SS James B. Stephens. Photo taken by South African Air Force on March 16, 1943

Forward section of SS James B. Stephens. Notice ship broken in half aft of midship house

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