PhilB Posted 5 June , 2019 Share Posted 5 June , 2019 This excerpt is from The Great Rescue by Peter Hernon and describes events on the Leviathan (ex-Vaterland) in 1918. It raises a few questions. Did similar rules on embalming and post mortem examination apply to British transport ships? Why would their entrails be piled on their chests and what reasons for such use of string? (No schoolboy humour, please) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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