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EM SINTONIA: O MAIOR NAUFRAGIO DO MUNDO.

The Wilhelm Gustloff - the Biggest Maritime Disaster In History

first film footage of New York City during a monster snowstorm. It was filmed for the Edison Manufacturing Co. on February 17, 1902,

Two Nerdy History Girls: Friday Video: New York City in a Blizzard, 1902

De Wilhelm Gustloff. Dit schip werd met 9.000 vluchtelingen aan boord getorpedeerd door de Russen op 30 januari 1945. Slechts 10% van de opvarenden overleefde deze ramp, die veel groter was dan die met de Titanic.

millions cried.no one listened ann morrison - Bing Images

Westminster's World Heritage Status at Risk as Unesco Condemns Plan for Skyscrapers [Guardian]

Westminster's world heritage status at risk as Unesco condemns plan for skyscrapers

The area surrounding parliament is one of three UK sites that could be put on Unesco's 'endangered list'

Wilhelm Gustloff: 9000 died (5000 were children) when the Soviets torpedoed the German troop ship - https://www.thevintagenews.com/2016/01/23/wilhelm-gustloff-9000-died-5000-children-soviets-torpedoed-german-troop-ship/

Wilhelm Gustloff: 9000 died were children) when the Soviets torpedoed the German troop ship

How the Lusitania brought America into the First World War (When the Lusitania left New York for Liverpool on what would be her final voyage on 1st May 1915, during the Great War, it would alter the course of history forever.)

May 1915 LUSITANIA TORPEDOED BY GERMAN SUB The largest, fastest & most luxurious passenger liner in the world, The Lusitania, was sunk today by a single German torpedo fired from a U-boat or submarine.

MV Wilhelm Gustloff (greatest disaster in maritime history, 9,400 killed)

MV Wilhelm Gustloff (greatest disaster in maritime history, killed)

MV Wilhelm Gustloff in madeira - Pesquisa Google

MV Wilhelm Gustloff in madeira - Pesquisa Google

Wilhelm Gustloff in Gotenhafen (Gdynia), Poland in 1942. Gotenhafen would be the last port the Wilhelm Gustloff would sail from.

Wilhelm Gustloff in Gotenhafen (Gdynia), Poland in Gotenhafen would be the last port the Wilhelm Gustloff would sail from.

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