1909-09-04 NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE

  
London Times, 4 September 1909, p. 10: NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE. (Excerpt)

            A Reuter telegram from Sevastopol states that as the result of the investigation into the cause of the collision between the submarine KAMBALA and the battleship ROSTISLAV, on June 12, in the harbour there, when 20 men were drowned, including Capt. Bielikoff, commanding the submarine flotilla, and two other officers, the naval Court-martial has sentenced Com. Aquilonoff, who was in command of the KAMBALA at the time of the accident, to six months’ confinement to a fortress.

Provided by Stephen McLaughlin

 

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