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?
The Argentine cruiser "General Belgrano"
The ship became the ARA General Belgrano when it was sold to Argentina in 1951. It was sunk by the Royal Navy submarine HMS Conqueror. In 1971 the INS Khukri was the first ship to be sunk in action by a submarine since World War II.
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 was the only South American country to send troops to fight in World War II after declaring war on Germany and Italy on 22 August 1942?
Which one of the two most powerful battleships built by Germany in World War II, was destroyed while hiding near Tromsø on the Norwegian coast by RAF bombers?