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WW2

Second World War

Operation Deadlight

X-Ray Magazine article |  
At the end of Second World War, the allied forces were in possession of 120 German U-boats. They decided to let them sink in the deep water of the Atlantic Ocean during a special operation for this purpose.
61 - Jul 2014 | Operation Deadlight

WWII Nazi U-boat discovered in Java Sea

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Skeletons of 17 crewmembers still aboard

Last Japanese WWII mega-sub located

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The Japanese submarine was among the largest submarines of World War II, able to carry aircraft and could travel one-and-a-half times around the world without needing to refuel.

Secrets of the Baltic: Discovery of three submarines

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German WWII bomber raised from the English Channel

Article citing other sources |  
The Dornier Do-17 aircraft was shot down off the Kent coast more than 70 years ago during the Battle of Britain.

HMAS Sydney wreck to be filmed in HD

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A grant of almost $500,000 will allow high-resolution pictures to be taken of the wreck of HMAS Sydney for the first time.

Lermontov Wreck

X-Ray Magazine article |  
Make way for the shoreline— the ship is taking on water and fast! Perhaps these were not the exact words used to describe the situation, but the sinking of the MS Mikhail Lermontov has now become one of the largest diveable wrecks in New Zealand for both recreational and technical divers.
54 - May 2013 | Lermontov Wreck

Another German WW2 submarine located off Norway

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The "U-486" was torpedoed and broken in two by a British submarine in April 1945 shortly after leaving the western Norwegian town of Bergen. There was no survivors.

Swedes find another Soviet WW2 submarine in the Baltic

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Swedish Navy locates Soviet submarine S-6 which went missing in action in 1941 in the Baltic, southeast of Ă–land.

A WW2-era fighter recovered from Lake Michigan

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The plane crashed during aircraft-carrier training near Waukegan on Dec. 28, 1944.
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