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Photographer:DDGHANSA [View profile]Title:MogilevAdded:Mar 06, 2019
Location:Suez Canal, Egypt
Photo Category: General cargo ships built before 1940 (Under 3000gt)
Builder: Atlas Werke A.G., Bremen, Germany
Year of build: 1921 (Yard no. 159)
Owner: Sovtorgflot, Arkangel, USSR
Measures: BRT 999, NRT 596, TDW 1157, LOA 68,73 m, breadth 10,15 m, draught 4,24 m, 10,0 kn
AMISIA (1921 – 1945)
Owner: Seefahrt Dampfschiff Reederei A.G., Bremen, Germany (1921 – 1933)
Owner: Argo Reederei A.G., Bremen, Germany (1933 – 1936)
Owner: Argo Reederei (Richard Adler & Co.), Bremen, Germany (1936 – 1945)
ODDERNES (1945 – 1946)
Owner: Norwegian Government (Ingvald Bjørneboe, Kristiansand), Oslo, Norway
MOGILEV (1946 – 1969)
Owner: Sovtorgflot, Arkangel, USSR
BU 1969 at Hamburg, Germany

From the collection of my grandfather.
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davidships on Mar 18, 2019 01:17 (1 month ago)
If the name is indeed MOGILEV/MOGILEFF, then she would be the earlier one built on the Tyne in 1911 for the Russian Volunteer Fleet Association as a cargo/emigrant ship. She was hired by the UK in WW1 as a troopship. When returned to the RVFA in 12/1919 her first voyage was carrying Russian troops who had fought with the French on the Western Front to Vladivostok. This could be that voyage, or an earlier British one.
Bob Scott on Mar 08, 2019 00:32 (1 month ago)
This ship does not look exactly like the one of AMISIA below. Also, it appears to be carrying troops in the Suez Canal. But whose troops?
adenanthos on Mar 07, 2019 11:16 (1 month ago)
Is this really under the name MOGILEV ?, would rather think still under the name AMISIA !
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