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Alaska Shipwreck History, Diving & Research

10 Unseen Titanic Pictures – Random

10 Unseen Titanic Pictures – Random I would love to go down to see the titanic remains

8 in heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper: heavily damaged by RAF bombing in Kiel harbour on 3 May 1945, she was scuttled by her crew at her moorings. Previous war service included the Battle of the Barents Sea in December 1942 and the Norwegian campaign of 1940, during which she was famously rammed by destroyer HMS Glowworm in a Victoria Cross winning action.

Admiral Hipper, May 1945 at Kiel. Scuttled by crew after being heavily damaged by British bombers. Note damaged foremast of light cruiser Emden in background

El cementerio de mastodontes:    La bahía de Nouadhibou en Mauritania, probablemente el mayor cementerio del planeta. En ella se abandonan cientos de barcos de gran tonelaje, para que los habitantes de la costa los desguacen. Poco a poco, con herramientas rudimentarias y de sol a sol los habitantes de la costa destripan los cadáveres de estos gigantes.

Mauritania, Africa

Photography and Journey: Morocco, Western Sahara, Mauritania, the Atlantic route.

Sadly, it was finally claimed by the sea in 2007 - the opportunity to take awesome pictures of this fascinating wreck is now gone.

Finally the sea reclaimed her (American Star)

In the November 11th Armistice Day storm, 3 ships were sunk.  This one, the Novadoc, broke her back and was accounted for quickly,  Two others, the Anna C. Minch and the William B. Davock, disappeared with all hands leaving no trace.  Discovered years later, the Minch had broken in two like the Novadoc - a common story to be heard again and again with future shipwrecks on the Great Lakes.

In the November 11th Armistice Day storm, 3 ships were sunk. This one, the Novadoc, broke her back and was accounted for quickly, Two others, the Anna C. Minch and the William B. Davock, disappeared with all hands leaving no trace. Discovered years later, the Minch had broken in two like the Novadoc - a common story to be heard again and again with future shipwrecks on the Great Lakes.

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