The Sinking of the Bismarck
The Sinking of the Bismarck. This photo, taken from the cruiser Dorsetshire between 1036-1038 hours on 27 May 1941, shows the Bismarck about to capsize sinking by the stern.
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Should we have sunk the Bismarck? Tormented sailor reveals how German sailors tried to surrender before ship was destroyed costing 2,000 lives
With her steering jammed and her speed slashed by torpedo attacks, the Bismarck and her crew of 2,200 were a sitting duck for the Royal Navy, the ship sinking in the Atlantic off the French coast.
A very impressive bows-on view of the Battleship Bismarck not long after completion. The story of her brief and eventful life has been extremely well documented and needs very little repetition here from me............