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OK, now that i've got "Zeus" sorted out, i'll proceed to "Porto di Savonna". The indication that i've got from this one is that it's either italian or from Corsica, it's a cargo ship, and Manuel Teixeira Gomes travelled from Livorno (Italy) to Tunis, with a small scale in Cagliari, all of this between 18-21 Novemeber 1926. I'll try to google it once more, but i'm losing hope.
 

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Funny thing the one mentioned on the source you gave me being a possible A-H vessel, but with the name of a ligurain city. That's a bit puzzling. But it's rather funny to see if the facts are in fact real. if so, that means that one of the main responsibles for the entry of Portugal on WW1, actually travelled on a ship related to the events.
 
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