Found 77 years on.. icy tomb of british submarine with 58 seamen on board.
The final resting place of 58 British seamen killed when their submarine sank in World War Two has been discovered in the North Sea by accident. The wreck was stumbled upon 77 years after it disappeared by a group of Polish divers who were looking for one of their nation’s lost submarines in the area. A 3D radar scan showing the craft perfectly intact in 308ft of water has confirmed it to be HMS Narwhal which was attacked by the Luftwaffe during the Battle of Britain in July 1940. The submarine …
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Ice rescue crews from Coast Guard Station Frankfort, Michigan, rescue a dog from the ice in Frankfort, Feb. 2, 2015. U.S. Coast Guard video courtesy of Oliver Art Center.