Eerie photos of ‘perfectly preserved’ wreck at the bottom of the Baltic help solve WWII mystery
A lingering wartime mystery has finally been solved following the discovery of the Gerrit Fritzen, a ship sunk in 1945 during the largest maritime evacuation in history. CE Report quoting The First News
Taking part in Operation Hannibal, the steamboat was part of a 1,080-strong fleet of vessels that was tasked with evacuating two million Germans westwards as the Red Army relentlessly rolled forward.
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