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HMS Victory: the full story so far
RESCUE, the British Archaeological Trust has been following the case of HMS Victory AD 1744 since Odyssey Marine Exploration (OME) announced in 2009 the identification of the ship’s wreck site in the English Channel. (OME press release 26th February 2009, shipwreck.net/pr176.php , accessed 18th March 2015). The press release said “Odyssey has been cooperating closely with the UK MOD on the project ….”. RESCUE has uploaded correspondence and the responses onto our website www.rescue-archaeology.org.uk/. Some material is briefly outlined in

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