The Barham explodes.
British battleship HMS Barham was sunk by Germany on the 25th of November, 1941.
Launched in December 1914, the Bahram was used both in the First and Second World Wars.
She was named after Charles Middleton, 1st Baron Barham, who was both a politician and a British naval officer.
On the day of its sinking, the ship was hit by three torpedoes from a German submarine. 841 people died.