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Submarine H44

A remarkable story of the Submarine H44 being sunk in the west bay at Weymouth with the loss of several lives, was scotched on May 18, 1938 by the admiralty, who stated that the submarine was absolutely safe and undamaged. The admiralty explanation of the origin of the rumour is that a wire being towed by a destroyer touched H44 while she was exercising off Portland. No damage was done either to the submarine or destroyer. (AP Photo/ Wool)

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66707750277
May 18, 1938 04:00:00 AM
September 17, 2014 01:56:47 PM
Wool
AP
AP
3735 x 2832 4.99 MB
Weymouth, GBR XEN
APHSL65281
STF
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