Alvin Claude Bozeman and the Sinking of the HMS Otranto

This blog has featured many stories of Berrien County soldiers who died in the 1918 sinking of the HMS Otranto . By special request, a soldier from Ware County:

Alvin Claude Bozeman, 1918, died in the sinking of the Otranto.

Alvin Claude Bozeman, 1918, died in the sinking of the Otranto.

Private Alvin Claude Bozeman

Waycross, Ga.

Private Bozeman entered the service July 15th, 1918.  Was attached to First Company, Coast Artillery Corps, Fort Screven, Georgia.  Embarked over-seas the latter part of September, 1918.  Was drowned when the ill-fated transport “Otranto” was sunk in a collision off the Scottish Coast, October 6th, 1918.

OTRANTO SUNK IN COLLISION

Oct 12, 1918 ~ 372 U.S. Soldiers Lost in Sinking of Otranto

October 13-15, 1918 ~ RECOVERING CORPSES FROM OTRANTO WRECK

Burial of the Otranto Victims

Bivouac of the Dead

The Long Trip Home

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