WWI submarine found with bodies of 23 lost crew...
THE wreck of a German submarine from World War One containing the bodies of 23 crew members has reportedly been found at the bottom of the North Sea.
The well-preserved German U-boat, a UB II-type submarine, was found lying 98 feet below the surface off the coast of Belgium.
It is thought to had been struck a mine, Belgian broadcaster VRT reported.
Carl Decaluwe, the governor of Western Flanders, said the vessel, which is 88 feet long and 20 feet wide, was a “unique” find.
He told reporters on Tuesday: “It’s quite amazing that we found something like this.
"The submarine is in such good condition that we reckon all the bodies are still on board."
Two torpedo tubes were found destroyed a the site of the wreck.
Authorities said they would not provide the exact location of the wreck found by researches to deter looters.