German Ambassador Ruediger Luedeking, right, Governor of West Flanders Carl Decaluwe, center, and underwater archeologist Tomas Termote, left, pose for the media prior to presenting their findings ... - Europe News

German Ambassador Ruediger Luedeking, right, Governor of West Flanders Carl Decaluwe, center, and underwater archeologist Tomas Termote, left, pose for the media prior to presenting their findings ...

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German Ambassador Ruediger Luedeking, right, Governor of West Flanders Carl Decaluwe, center, and underwater archeologist Tomas Termote, left, pose for the media prior to presenting their findings regarding a World War I German submarine in Brugge, Belgium, Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017. An intact German First World War submarine containing the bodies of the crew has been found off the coast of Belgium and has now been formally identified as UB-29. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)