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Ninety-nine years ago, the German submarine UC-30 disappeared in the North Sea. Nobody laid eyes on it until a Danish expedition made a surprise discovery of the wreckage off the west coast of Denmark. The submarine was thought to have sunk in a totally different part of the sea, and thus was never located. The sub went down with 18 mines and six torpedoes still intact, which will have to be safely detonated before divers can explore the wreck.

Read more about the discovery of the UC-30.

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