• Remains of US submarine innovator exhumed in Panama

    2 monthes ago - By National Post

    PANAMA CITY - The remains of a German-American who invented the first submarine able to dive and resurface by itself were exhumed in a Panamanian cemetery Thursday and will be reburied alongside U.S. war veterans near the Panama Canal.
    Julius Kroehl's remains were dug up with help from the U.S. Embassy, which said authorities will also seek to confirm the identity of the remains and establish a cause of death.
    Kroehl built his submarine from parts brought from New York to search for pearls off Panama's Pacific coast during the 19th century. Records say he died at age 47 of malaria, but...
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  • Remains of US submarine innovator exhumed in Panama

    Remains of US submarine innovator exhumed in Panama

    2 monthes ago - By The Seattle Times

    PANAMA CITY - The remains of a German-American who invented the first submarine able to dive and resurface by itself have been exhumed in Panama. Julius Kroehl's remains were dug up from a cemetery Thursday with help from the U.S. Embassy. They are to be reburied alongside U.S. war veterans near the Panama Canal....
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