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Raw video: Wreck of German WWII ship found in Baltic Sea

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A team of Polish divers say they found the wreckage of German World War II steamer Karlsruhe, which was bombed by Soviet planes and sunk in 1945, killing hundreds on board. The Baltictech team say the wreckage rests 290 feet under the sea.


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