Italian torpedo patrol boat on Patrol in the Adriatic Sea during the World War I. Austrian ship SMS Szent Istvan struck by torpedo. The battleship lists heavily to one side just before rolling and sinking. Austro-Hungarian Navy sailors seen on deck of the sinking warship.
Austrian dreadnaught battleship SMS Szent István seen sinking after being struck by Italian torpedo boats off the Dalmation coast in Adriatic Sea on June 10,1918, during World War I. She is seen listing to starboard as her crew members jump from the ship. Many crew remain on her upper sections. Sailors watch from another warship, nearby.The Szent István rolls over and many crew members scramble over her upturned hull and begin to jump from the sinking ship. An escort warship seen in background.
Submarine periscope in water. View of a submarine under water. Italian naval torpedo boat crew seen readying for battle and firing guns and torpedoes at target ship. View again of a submarine under water. Scene from June 10, 1918, of Austro-Hungarian Battleship SMS Szent Istvan (Saint Stephen), rolling over after being hit by an Italian torpedo off the Dalmation Coast in the Adriatic Sea. Survivors of the Szent Istvan being rescued in small boats. (World War I; World War 1; WWI; WW1)
Variety of events in World War I years. German merchant submarine Deutschland (a British blockade buster) in 1916 in the United States (then neutral), departing New London, Connecticut on November 21, 1916 headed back to Germany carrying silver bullion. The submarine had just completed repairs following a collision with the tugboat T.A. Scott Jr. when first attempting to leave New London on November 16, 1916. The North German Lloyd Shipping Company submarine Deutschland is seen leaving the dock at New London, Connecticut. The officers on the submarine Deutschland wave. View of a submarine under water. An officer blowing a bugle aboard the deck of an Italian naval torpedo boat. Italian sailors prepare a deck gun on the vessel. The deck gun is fired. An explosion in the water. View of Austro-Hungarian Battleship SMS Szent Istvan (Saint Stephen), capsizing and rolling after it is torpedoed off the Dalmation Coast of the Adriatic Sea by Italian torpedo boats on June 10, 1918. Survivors being rescued in small boats. View of a merchants vessels at dock and in a harbor. View of survivors of the May 1915 Lusitania disaster, with belongings, arriving in a harbor. Men and women with children posing. Two small girls pose among the group of Lusitania survivors.
Italian torpedo boats underway during World War 1. Ships sink after being attacked by the torpedoes. Italian torpedo boats sink SMS Szent Istvan (Saint Stephen), a Austro-Hungarian Battleship off the Dalmation (Croation) coast in the Adriatic Sea. The sailors on the Szent Istvan cling to the decks as the ship lists and is very low in the water. Sailors aboard the ships. Men diving and falling into the sea as the ship rolls dramatically and then sinks. Survivors swimming toward nearby ships. Smoke rises up from the sinking ship.
Austro-Hungarian navy ship SMS Szent István (St. Stephen) sinks in the Adriatic Sea following a torpedo strike during World War I. A steamer leaves a black smoke trail in the background as Austrian ship SMS Szent Istvan sinks. Two views of the ship sinking and the crew members falling into the ocean and scrambling to stay on the overturned hull as the ship rolls before sinking.