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secret of the Lusitania

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Kveto from Prague
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secret of the Lusitania

Postby Kveto from Prague » Thu July 22nd, 2010, 8:27 pm

this is about a year and a half old but i missed it till now.

pretty interesting but it seems that the Germans were right all along. It appears munitions were salvaged from wreakage of the Lusitania showing that it was a disguised passenger ship being used to smuggle arms and therefore a legitimate target. kinda big implications there.

heres the article
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1098904/Secret-Lusitania-Arms-challenges-Allied-claims-solely-passenger-ship.html

interesting from a historical perspective

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