During World War II a number of allied ships were wrecked off the Cornish coast as a result of German U-boat operations, whether directly through torpedo fire or indirectly as a result of mine–laying. Despite such losses on behalf of the Allies it was believed until...
The Cornish shores are widely (and rightly!) viewed as among Britain’s most idyllic holiday destinations but the Cornish coastline is also Britain’s most dangerous, claiming the lives of thousands of mariners since records began in the 14th century. The...
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