Just chiming in here with a review of one of the best liner articles I've come across in quite some time: Craig Stringer's Falaba's Sinking Begins March to War, in the latest issue of Titanic International's Voyage. The loss by torpedoing of the Falaba, with 104 victims, on March 28, 1915, served as a 'prequel' to the Lusitania disaster. As such, is semi-remembered today for it appears in many 'Lusi' books and articles as a 'one line' reference. Mr. Stringer's work is, to the best of my knowledge, the first full length treatment of the disaster to have appeared since the Great War years, and in six pages he has done a better story-telling job than many authors do over the course of an entire book. I hope that at some point a link to this article can be set up for the benefit of those who do not receive Voyage because this article is one of the few which I can say should not be missed.