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By 1941, USS Proteus and USS Nereus, two ships of the same class as USS Cyclops, were also in the same fate. They disappeared mysteriously after leaving the Virgin Islands, on a journey to transport bauxite ore to make aluminum for Allied aircraft. Guitar chords mug. The original hypothesis was that they were unexpectedly ambushed by German submarines, but Berlin never claimed responsibility or acknowledged the presence of the submarine in the Bermuda area. Research by Admiral George van Deurs said that acid coal on the two ships eroded the bearing beams, making them more brittle when subjected to force. Disaster happened when the hull of the two ships broke, causing them to sink rapidly without giving emergency signals.
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