Close to Australia scientist-documentary, found a ship on which Napoleon Bonaparte escaped from Elba to France. According to his statement, he's going to shoot a documentary film about the discovery, in search of which he spent several years.
Off the coast of Australia found the wreckage of the ship on which the ruler of France, Napoleon Bonaparte escaped from a place of self-exile on the island of Elba in 1814 to France to recover lost as a result of the defeat in the war with the RF power. The ship L Inconstant, renamed by the British after the defeat of the ruler in the Battle of Waterloo in Swiftsure, was found to be a documentary and a research fellow Ben Kropp.
"This finding is of international importance in consequence of its connection with Napoleon," he was quoted Australian edition Perth Now. According to his statement, he was able to identify the ship by robbers, who in 1830 robbed a ship that was registered in historical documents. Now a scientist wants to make a documentary film about the discovery, in search of which he spent several years.
In the Department of environment and heritage of Australia (EHP) said that the Department is investigating the discovery of Ben Kropp. Besides all this, there confirmed that the ship actually sank in 1829 near the coast of Australia on the way from Sydney to Mauritius.
"EHP contacted on the matter with Ben Kropp. The Department expects to receive official notification about the opening of the vessel, as required in accordance with state and Federal legislation," - said the representative of the Australian office.
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