When a French airship sunk a British submarine during World War I

WWI submarine.Source:Wikipedia

It was a bright sunny day on the English channel in 1918. The bright and silent climate is quickly disturbed by a massive blast, and soon voices of desperate sailors were echoing.

It was the first incident of an airship attacking a submarine. The incident happened on the British channel off the coast of France.




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