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Szent István, Sinkendes Linienschiff

Szent István Österreichisch Ungarisches Linienschiff Stapellauf: 17.1.1914 Kenternd am 10. Juni 1918

(Versenkung erfolgte durch ein italienisches Motorboot)
Depicted place Szent István
Date 10 June 1918
Photographer Unknown
Institut für Meereskunde (Bild 134)
Accession number Bild 134-C1133
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The Austro-Hungarian battleship Szent István is sunk by an Italian torpedo boat in 1918 during the First World War.


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