Memories of World War 11 gas masks still on the seabed

according to reports, British female photographer shupel jolly took a group of precious photos at the bottom of the world’s largest “fleet graveyard” Lake truckeye

this group of photos shows Japanese World War 11 relics, such as guns and ammunition, gas masks, broken skulls, and metal warheads scattered with faint light, which is creepy

burying more than 60 warships

it is reported that 70 years later, under the clear water of the South Pacific island country Micronesia’s turukshu lake, there is an amazing history of World War 11, which is the world’s largest “fleet graveyard”, also known as the “ghost fleet”

this group of precious photos taken at the bottom of the Lake show a period of history to the world: during World War 11, more than 60 Japanese warships and 250 aircraft wrecks sank at the bottom of the lake, including a large number of unexploded ammunition, oil tanks, daily necessities, and even newspapers of that year

from the photos taken by the photographer, we can clearly see the gas masks scattered at the bottom of the lake, broken skulls, metal warheads scattered with faint light and other relics< According to the report, the British female photographer schupel jolly, who took the photos, said the diving was the "most terrible diving experience" she felt" The environment there was horrible, "she said." it scared me to see the piles of bones and medicine bottles on the operating table. 1t provided me with the most powerful image of the war that year. " the 32 year old photographer exclaimed, “1 didn’t expect that these ships and personal belongings would be so well preserved after 70 years of submergence.” it is reported that because of the coral and marine life at the bottom of the lake, it has become a paradise for diving enthusiasts. Unfortunately, many divers go down and never come up again Russian Pravda has selected the top ten most mysterious and terrifying places in the world, such as the history museum associated with the dead, the mysterious magic market, the gloomy “ghost swamp”, the underground tombs filled with corpses, and the luxury houses where ghosts roam our website solemnly declares that this article is reprinted by network media, only representing the author’s point of view, and has nothing to do with our website. 1f the information column articles and comments violate your legal rights, please call to let us know and we will deal with them in time

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