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09/26/2011 08:21 am ET | Updated Nov 26, 2011

Divers Set Sights On Sunken WWII Ship Laden With Silver

In 1941, a Nazi torpedo tore a hole in a British merchant ship carrying a fortune in silver to England from India. The ship was part of a convoy headed for Liverpool, but it went down about 300 miles southwest of Ireland, disappearing in icy waters nearly three miles deep, deeper than the resting place of the Titanic.

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