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June 22, 2014 A diver swims near the bow of the wreck of the Baron Gautsch ship, near the Adriatic town of Rovinj. The 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Baron Gautsch, an Austro-Hungarian steamboat that sank in the northern Croatian Adriatic sea, will be marked on Aug. 13, 2014. The ship, originally used to service passenger lines, had been leased by the Austro-Hungarian Army following the July 1914 outbreak of World War I to transport troops, only to run into a friendly minefield off the Brijuni islands less than a month later. Estimates say between 240 and 390 people died in the sinking, making it one of the biggest losses of life in World War I. Antonio Bronic/Reuters Buy Photo