Austro-Hungarian Battleship is torpedoed and capsizes in World War I
Adriatic Sea Date:1918, June 10 Duration:28 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The Austro-Hungarian Battleship, SMS Szent Istvan, is seen immediately after being torpedoed, off the Dalmation Coast, by Italian torpedo boats, during World War One. Smoke rising from the listing ship. She capsizes, rolling over completely as crew members slide off the decks and onto the hull as it rolls over. Crew members continue to slide off the ship into the water and swim away from the stricken ship.
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