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A German ship sunk by Russia in the Baltic Sea at the end of the Second World War may turn out to be an ecological time bomb.
When the Franken, a Nazi oil tanker, was killed in the Gulf of Gdansk, half of the 3,000 tons of fuel it burned.
The other half may still be inside the dilapidated boat, whose state of deterioration worries environmentalists. They believe that the ship can split in two, causing a spill that would be a catastrophe for the marine life of the area and the surrounding communities.
The dark memories of the Second World War of the “Kriegskinder”, the children of Nazi Germany.
The Mare Foundation is trying to raise awareness about the damage that could cause not rehabilitating the ship.