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Greek submarine Delfin (1912)         
Delfin (, "dolphin") was a Greek submarine (actually called a "submersible", καταδυόμενον, according to the then current French terminology) which served during the Balkan Wars and World War I. It was the second submarine to enter service in the Greek navy, after the Nordenfelt I (in service 1886–1901), and is notable as the first submarine in the world to launch a torpedo attack (albeit without success) against a warship.
Víctor Delfín         
  • Victor Delfin artwork in Wood, Bronze and Iron, 33 inches x 20 inches, 2.3 inches thick (private collection)
  • Victor Delfin oil painting, 43 inches x 58 inches (private collection)
PERUVIAN SCULPTOR AND PAINTER
Victor Delfin; Victor Delfín
Víctor Delfín (born 20 December 1927 in Lobitos, Peru) is one of the leading sculptors and painters in Peru.
Delfín Lévano         
PERUVIAN JOURNALIST
Delfin Levano
Delfín Lévano (November 4, 1885 – September 23, 1941) was a Peruvian anarchist, journalist, poet, musician and lecturer. Founder of the newspaper La Protesta of Peru in its first phase (1911–'26) and El Proletariado of anarchist and anarchosyndicalist groups.

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Greek submarine Delfin (1912)
Delfin (, "dolphin") was a Greek submarine (actually called a "submersible", καταδυόμενον, according to the then current French terminology) which served during the Balkan Wars and World War I. It was the second submarine to enter service in the Greek navy, after the Nordenfelt I (in service 1886–1901), and is notable as the first submarine in the world to launch a torpedo attack (albeit without success) against a warship.