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HELMSMAN OF SHIP THAT HIT MONT BLANC, HELD AS SPY
Turned Over to Military Authorities by Officials of Mass. Relief Hospital-- Nurse Saw Man Did Not Appear Wounded--Tried to Leave Institution SPY RUMORS ARE SPREAD BROADCAST
The Hartford Courant (1887-1922) - Hartford, Conn.
Date: Dec 14, 1917
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Halifax, Dec. 13.--John Johansen, helmsman on the Norwegian steamer ... the Belgian relief ship whose collision with the ammunition steamer Mont Blane led to the disaster of last Thursday, was detsined as a German spy suspect today. He was turned over to the military...

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