World War II

EAGLE-EYED DIVERS FIND SUNKEN WARSHIP

HEN THE U.S. NAVY’S - patrol boat went down off the Maine coast on April 23, 1945, it left behind two mysteries: What caused the World War I–era boat to sink, killing 49 of the 62

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