Foreign News: Off Portugal

FRANCE Off Portugal A fat squat Greek ship, the Aikaterini Goulandris, wallowed slowly, comfortably in the Atlantic last week just off Portugal. Suddenly there was a scraping hollow sound at the hull as though the ship had grazed a wreck or perhaps a submarine. The captain ordered the engines stopped, waited for two hours, saw no wreckage, went on his way. Actually the Greek ship had struck and foundered the newest and best French submarine, the Ondine. A crew of 43 undoubtedly perished.


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