HARWICH has been remembering i n the past few days its worst single disaster, the loss of 128 lives 100 years ago when a storm smashed the Great Eastern Railway’s passenger ship Berlin (pictured) against a stone breakwater at the Hook of Holland. Proportionately, the tragedy was greater than the sinking of the Titanic .
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