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The Lusitania was a boat that sailed across the Atlantic Ocean from America to some other Allied Country in Europe. In the Atlantic Ocean the Central Powers (mainly Germany) had UBoats that sank a lot of ships travelling to and fro from the Allied forces. The Lusitainia was sunk on it's voyage to Europe.

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