Lost World War II Submarine Is Found in Southeast Asia
Saturday, 19 September 2020
The U.S.S. Grenadier was scuttled in April 1943 after being attacked by Japanese bombers. Surviving crew members were tortured at a prison camp for more than two years, according to accounts.
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