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Dec 2, 2000
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From The Liverpool Daily Post:

Southport man calls for AF1 Australian submarine search after family tree shows links to maritime disaster
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A RETIRED Southport construction worker has uncovered his link to one of the greatest maritime mysteries of World War I involving the loss of the Australian Navy’s first submarine the AF1 while researching his family tree.
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Dec 2, 2000
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Feature story from The Miami Herald:

Key Largo divers discover sub in Mediterranean, solve WWII mystery
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The Key Largo-based Aurora Trust, a not-for-profit ocean exploration and education foundation, has solved a World War II British mystery.

On May 8, 1942, under the cover of darkness, the British submarine HMS Olympus (N35) was attempting to leave the British Naval Base in the Grand Harbor of Malta, a tiny island nation just south of Sicily and north of Tripoli that was blockaded by the Germans and Italians.
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