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The fact is conclusively established, beyond any question of dispute, that medical assistance was requested in behalf of the injured and such assistance refused. 5. The submarine commander, notwithstanding his knowledge of the plight and condition of the men on the raft, in the lifeboat, and in the water, made no effort or attempt to rescue them or render any assistance. 6. While there is some evidence to the effect that the lifeboats were shelled, yet such evidence is not of such a positive character as to justify the conclusion that a deliberate attempt was made to shell and sink the lifeboats.

28 p. m. E-35 came to the surface to pick up the former. Another submarine was then sighted 2 1/2 miles away. She, therefore, dived to attack, but nothing more transpired. U. S. S. "CHESTER" SUBMARINE ATTACK. Source: Commanding officer's report. 5 September, 1918. Weather: Dark, no moon, passing clouds, with rain squalls. 04 a. m. G. M. , 5 September, 1918. Initial position Lat. 49-12 N. , 5-37 W. Ship's speed, 18 knots; zigzag "A"; towing paravanes both sides. Officer of the deck sighted submarine awash, close aboard, heading slightly on the starboard bow.

GERMAN SUBMARINE EXPLOSION. Source: British commander in chief, Mediterranean. 27 September, 1918. 9884 E. U-1-J. A squadron of French destroyers attacked an enemy submarine after she had sunk the S. S. Belbank off Marseille on 7th September. Twenty depth charges were dropped, 19 of which exploded, causing bubbles of oil about 2 meters in diameter to rise to the surface. htm (32 of 50)7/19/2006 21:40:09 Antisubmarine Information ONI Publication No. 14 entire personnel of one chaser into the water, damaging the chaser herself so badly that she had to be towed home.

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