SS Malakand

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SS Malakand has been the name of at least two ships, both of the Brocklebank shipping line, named after the Malakand area of the Indian sub-continent.

One SS Malakand was a 7,000-ton cargo liner built by Harland & Wolff in 1905. She was used on a regular service between Liverpool and Calcutta but was torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine in 1917.

The second was another cargo liner built in 1919. It was in war service loaded with munitions in the Huskisson Dock, Liverpool when it was set alight by adrifting barrage ballon on 3 May 1941 as part of the "Liverpool Blitz". The ship exploded causing massive damage to the surrounding area.

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