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The Wilhelm Gustloff (1945): The deadliest shipwreck in history On January 30, 1945, some 9,000 people perished aboard this German ocean liner after it was torpedoed by a Soviet submarine and sank in the frigid waters of the Baltic Sea.

The Wilhelm Gustloff The deadliest shipwreck in history On January some people perished aboard this German ocean liner after it was torpedoed by a Soviet submarine and sank in the frigid waters of the Baltic Sea.

SS Karla - Sweden - © Alex Dawson - http://dawson-photo.com/

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The MS Zenobia was a roll-on roll-off ferry which launched in 1979 and sank in 1980 on her maiden voyage. No lives were lost. She lies on her side, outside Lanarka harbour.

The MS Zenobia was a roll-on roll-off ferry which launched in 1979 and sank in 1980 on her maiden voyage. She lies on her side, outside Lanarka harbour .

Nuestra Senora de las Mercedes ,a Spanish gallon,which was loaded with gold

The wreck of a feared French corsair which terrorised English ships during the century has been discovered 60 miles off the Devon coa.

German liner Saale burns in the Great Hoboken Pier Fire of June 1900. The Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse got away with minor damage.

German liner Saale burns in the Great Hoboken Pier Fire of June The Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse got away with minor damage.

Teak decking still remains in place on the wreck of the Wilhelm Gustloff... Wilhelm Gustloff - The Greatest Ship Disaster and Sinking in History. More than 9000 people died, over 4000 were children; compare this to the number of people who died on the Titanic, which was 1,513. Not many seem to know the history of this ship, it's a very interesting story...

Teak decking still remains in place on the wreck of the Wilhelm Gustloff. The Greatest Ship Disaster and Sinking in History. More than 9000 people died, over 4000 were children; compare this to the number of people who died on the Titanic, which was

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