US divers explore WWII ship wrecks

A significant chapter in maritime history is coming back to life at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.

    A significant chapter in US history is coming back to life at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.

    Using the latest technology, divers are studying ships wrecked off the coast of the state of North Carolina and recreating maritime battles from World War II.

    Cath Turner travelled with the crew on the final phase of their mission.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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