Finding a ship that sank in World War II

Poland -ALSHARQIYA   October  1 : A team of Polish divers found the wreck of the German steamship "Karlsruhe", which dates back to the time of World War II, but the surprise was that it was almost completely intact.
Soviet aircraft bombed and sank the ship in the Baltic Sea in April 1945, resulting in the deaths of hundreds of civilians and soldiers.
The "Baltic" team, which includes 10 people, said the wreck is located at a depth of 88 meters under the water surface, tens of kilometers north of the Polish coastal resort of Ustka.
The team added that inside the wreck, military vehicles, cutlery and closed boxes were found in one of the ship's hold, all in good condition.


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