A 1916 Austro-Hungarian World War I shipwreck. 19 meters (62 feet)

Pozsony was hired by the Austro-Hungarian army as a troop transport ship near the coasts of Albania in the outbreak of the First World War.

On August 19, 1916, it was sunk by a mine near Mali Durres (Durrs). 31 people were lost and 139 saved.

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