Nazi warship found 80 years after being sunk by British submarine

A NAZI warship sunk by the British has been found 80 years later. A power company stumbled across The Karlsruhe while inspecting underwater lines. The existence of a wreck 13 nautical miles from Kristiansand in southern Norway was first revealed by sonar during a Statnett inspection in 2017. But it wasn’t until June this year that Statnett engineer, Ole Petter Hobberstad, was given the chance to inspect the ship, using a remote-controlled submarine. Most read in UK NewsSIX PACKNew coronavirus ‘rule of six’ explained: What you can and can’t do from TODAY’YOU’RE RUINING SPOONS!’Wetherspoons chef shows how they really make curry and breakfastsSIX SESSIONDrinker brags ‘I couldn’t care less about law’ as pubs mobbed before Rule of 6’A FIVER FOR A SAUSAGE?!’Gordon Ramsay mocked for his ‘overpriced’ £19 fry at Savoy GrillExclusiveSAFARI CARNAGEFamilies left horrified as buffalo gores zebra to death at safari parkIS IT YOU?Mystery £58m EuroMillions winner has until MIDNIGHT to claim prize – or lose it The cruiser was returning from the invasion of Norway in 1940 when it was torpedoed by HMS Truant, forcing the Germans to scuttle it. Frode Kvalø, of the Norwegian Maritime Museum, said: “We finally know where the graveyard of this important… Read full this story

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