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The quest to find the Laurentic’s valuable war chest has lasted for more than a century, according to Joseph Williams, author of “The Sunken Gold,” the first full-length account of the salvage effort.
While researching his book, Williams tracked down an unpublished memoir written by Lieutenant Commander Guybon Damant, the man who led the original hunt for the gold and persisted even after the Navy was ready to abandon it.
In May 1919, he and his divers returned to Lough Swilly to find that the wreck had not shifted position much since 1917.