Ognuno recita il proprio ruolo, immerso in quella divina sensazione di devozione allo scopo comune: la realizzazione di un'opera d'arte, che anche la bonifica bellica sa idealizzare.

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Ognuno recita il proprio ruolo, immerso in quella divina sensazione di devozione allo scopo comune: la realizzazione di un'opera d'arte, che anche la bonifica bellica sa idealizzare.

Work starts on making Sheppey bomb ship Richard Montgomery ‘safe’

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23/10/2021 Regno Unito, Inghilterra, Kent, Swale, Sheppey, Sheerness

 “If you ever come across anything suspicious like this item, please do not pick it up, contact your local law enforcement agency for assistance”

The American liberty ship sank during a storm in the Thames Estuary off Sheerness on August 20, 1944, loaded with explosives. It broke its back on a submerged sandbank and has remained there ever since. The ship is still believed to have 1,400 tonnes of unexploded bombs on board.

Source: kentonline.co.ukBy Claire McWethy

Iniziano i lavori di bonifica bellica subacquea per liberare la nave Liberty SS Richard Montgomery affondata nell’agosto del 1944, dalle 1400 tonnellate di materiali bellici.

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If you find anything that appears to be an explosive device, do not touch it, leave it where it is and call the police. We will contact the appropriate agencies to properly dispose of the item.

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P630TT Visible masts of the wreck of SS Richard Montgomery, an American Liberty ship built during World War II,1,400 tonnes of explosives remain on board