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doomed to extinction

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Ship captured and sunk by Germans in the Arabian Sea.
Vessel sunk in collision in the Bristol Channel and ultimately blown up by Trinity House.
Ship torpedoed by German submarine and sunk off Beachy Head.
August 1915 | Ruel, a steam screw with a gross tonnage of 4,029, vessel sunk by shell fire from German submarine off the Scilly Isles on August 21, 1915.
Rosalie, a steam screw with a gross tonnage of 4,242, ship torpedoed and sunk by German submarine August 22,1915.
There is no suggestion the Harvester was sunk deliberately.
Crewman Shields, 17, claimed he burned two holes the size of a 50p piece in the boat's hull after being told by Foster that the boat had to be sunk.
But he denies Shields's claim that Foster said that the boat had to be sunk after a phone call with Richard Gidney.
They had no right telling me they had sunk the boat, because if I didn't know then it would not have been on my mind all this time.
There is no question that the Solway Harvester was sunk deliberately.
Shields, 17, claimed he used a blowtorch to burn two holes the size of a 50p piece in the hull after being told by Foster that it had to be sunk.
Their ship was sunk June 7, 1942, the final day of the Battle of Midway, a turning point in the war against Japan.
PHOTO The USS Yorktown, sunk 56 years ago, has been found 16,650 feet undersea, explorer Robert Ballard announced Thursday.
Photo: (1--Color) A surveying marker is shown on the Hol lywood Freeway, which has sunk up to 3.
The Hollywood Freeway has sunk three inches near Universal City because of nearby subway construction - and might have to be closed if it sags a half-inch more, MTA and state officials said Wednesday.