German Auxiliary Cruiser, "SMS Möwe" (Seagull), torpedoes British Steamer, "Georgic" during World War I.
Atlantic Ocean Date:1916, December 10 Duration:55 sec Sound:Yes
Gun crew of the German commerce raider, Auxiliary Cruiser 'SMS Möwe (Seagull)' preparing to torpedo British steamer "Georgic, " during World War 1. The Georgic was bound from Philadelphia to Brest and Liverpool with cargo of munitions. The Moewe intercepted her in the Atlantic sea, and after removing her crew, prepares to sink her. Crew of the Möwe fire a torpedo which hits the Georgic. Explosion seen at waterline. The Georgic begins to sink and then capsizes and goes down. View as she slips below the surface of the sea.
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