The wreckage of the British WWII submarine HMS Triumph which disappeared in early 1942 was discovered at the bottom of the Aegean Sea, in Greece, by a Greek diving team.
The wreck was discovered off the Sounion Peninsula. She rests on the bottom of the open sea with an 8-degree right inclination, tens of kilometers away from the coasts.
Her lowered periscopes and closed manholes testify that the Triumph was in a deep dive during the last dramatic moments before she sank. The depth and direction rudders are in line so it seems she was at a constant depth.
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