Which ship was sunk in World War II on 17 June 1940 in the course of evacuating British nationals and troops, with the loss of an estimated more than 4,000 men, women and children?
What kind of ship was the British ship HMS Hermes, laid down in January 1918, launched on 11 September 1919 but not commissioned until 1923, the first ship of its kind to be designed and built anywhere in the world?
What ship, formerly called USS "Phoenix" which saw action in World War II, became the first to be sunk by a nuclear-powered submarine, in 1982?
In December 2019 the wreck of what ship was discovered close to the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas); it had sunk in battle almost exactly 105 years earlier carrying down the Vice Admiral of its fleet?
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