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German WWI Submarines

Originally published by Military History magazine. Published Online: September 13, 2010 
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A most remarkable post-war incident was the washing up on the rocks at Falmouth, England, of two German U-boats. They were cast up but a few feet apart; both had been sunk during the war, 1921 (National Archives).


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    Robert Kapanjie says:

    Prince Henry looks just like George V, wouldn't be surprised if they were related. So many of the crowned heads of Europe had a common ancestor in Queen Victoria. She is the source of hemophilia that afflicted so many of her male decendants. Hemophilia is sex linked , women not afflicted but are carriers.



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