Recommendation by Lemi
In the heat of the Second World War, a priceless piece of history was lost in the waters of the Taiwan Strait. Among the billions in gold and diamonds believed to be aboard the Japanese naval ship, Awa Maru, the Peking Man skull was by far the most valuable. To place a price on this surviving piece of the homo erectus was—and remains—inconceivable. The Queenfish, an American submarine, shot down Awa Maru and irreplaceable fortunes. The ship was found, but no amount of recovery operations could uncover the lost Awa Maru treasure to this day.
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