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The Biggest Controversy on The Lusitanas Sinking
ordinary cross-channel traffic to the Netherlands was halted from 19 April and false reports were leaked about troop ship movements from ports on Britain's western and southern coasts. This report was entirely inaccurate as no submarine had been at that location, but gave the impression that at least one submarine had been safely passed. During the legal battle with the illicit divers, old reports resurfaced that one of the passengers on the ill-fated 1915 voyage, British art collector Sir Hugh Lane, had been transporting paintings by Rubens, Monet, Rembrandt, and Titian each encased in a protective lead tubewhen the. Bemis calls that accusation preposterous, but he also thinks it motivated the Irish authorities to crack down on access to the ship. According to international maritime law, any military vessel stopping an unarmed civilian ship was required to allow those on board time to escape before sinking. With joyful pride we contemplate this latest deed of our Navy. Bemis preparing to descend to the wreck in June urtesy of Gregg Bemis. Excerpts from Colin Simpson's The Lusitania (1973) The Lusitania Sinking. By 10:00 the fog began to lift, by noon it had been replaced by bright sunshine over a clear smooth sea and speed increased to 18 knots. This had been followed immediately by a second explosion.
Legend: Ultrix America Juris, 1917.S.A 1918 (America avenger of right). Besly, Edward; National Museums Galleries of Wales (December 1997). Room 40: British Naval Intelligence, 191418. 2 :41516 The decision was rendered on Mayer's judgement was that "the cause of the sinking was the illegal act of the Imperial German Government that two torpedoes had been involved, that the captain had acted properly and emergency procedures had been up to the. Two days before, U-20 had sunk Earl of Lathom, but first allowed the crew to escape in boats.