Foreign News: Red Sailors' Prize

Jolly British tars were grave, last week, at news that the submarine L55 had been raised from Baltic waters, after nine years. Forty-one British skeletons were discovered by the salvage crew all of whom were Soviet Russian sailors, commanded by Comrade Chief Commander (Admiral) R. A. Muklevich. Said he:

"Involuntarily the question arises what were the English seeking in our territorial waters in 1919? Without any formal declaration of war they attacked us, sank our ships and bombarded our forts. The English monitor Erebus frequently fired her 15-in. guns at our fort, Red Hill....

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