On may 27, 1941, the German battleship Bismarck is sunk by the English navy. On the 2,200-man crew, only 115 survived. A few hours after the disappearance of the monster of steel, the destroyer british Cossack located in the middle of the floating debris a cat perched on a board. It is black and white and meows weakly regretting visibly to have trust and confidence in the Führer when he embarked on the most formidable vessel of its fleet. The strength of the German material no longer what it was...
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