Italian torpedo boats sink the Austrian battleship Saint Stephen off Dalmation coast during World War I.
Adriatic Sea Date:1918, June 10 Duration:1 min 39 sec Sound:NO SOUND
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.
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