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Part II. Grossadmiral Karl Donitz (1891-1980) The Unterseeboot - the U-boat - was a deadly weapon; 1,153 U-boats, of all types, were built right up to the end of the war; 800 took part in 3,000 war patrols in all theaters; sank 3,500 ships, totalling 18.3 million tons, including 175 naval warships.

Part II. Grossadmiral Karl Donitz (1891-1980) The Unterseeboot - the U-boat - was a deadly weapon; 1,153 U-boats, of all types, were built right up to the end of the war; 800 took part in 3,000 war patrols in all theaters; sank 3,500 ships, totalling 18.3 million tons, including 175 naval warships.

U-Boats ~ U-333 ~ BFD

U-Boats ~ courtesy of Grzegorz Nawrocki. A Type patrols under his belt, during which sank seven merchant for a total of t. On July 1944 was sunk south of Britain by depth charges of a frigate and a corvette of the Royal Navy, missing the entire crew ~ BFD

USS Torsk, Baltimore, Maryland, National Historic Landmark, Flickr Photo by fstopsue:  A World War II "Tench" class submarine that sank two Japanese Coastal Defense Ships on August 14, 1945, TORSK is credited with firing the last two torpedoes and sinking the last combatant ships of the war. After the war, TORSK's operations as a training vessel helped her establish a world record of 11,884 dives.

USS Torsk, Baltimore, Maryland, National Historic Landmark, Flickr Photo by fstopsue: A World War II "Tench" class submarine that sank two Japanese Coastal Defense Ships on August 14, 1945, TORSK is credited with firing the last two torpedoes and sinking the last combatant ships of the war. After the war, TORSK's operations as a training vessel helped her establish a world record of 11,884 dives.

1943- Photo shows periscope view of a Japanese destroyer shortly after it was hit by a torpedo from a U.S. Pacific Fleet submarine off the coast of Formosa.

1943 - Photo shows periscope view of a Japanese destroyer shortly after it was hit by a torpedo from a U. Pacific Fleet submarine off the coast of Formosa.

WW1: A German U-boat surfaces in rough seas in the North Atlantic. The serrated device on the bow was a cutter for anti-sub nets.

historywars: “ The former German submarine UB 148 at sea, after having been surrendered to the Allies. a small coastal submarine, was laid down during the winter of 1917 and 1918 at Bremen,.

World War II, the sinking of a Japanese destroyer as viewed from the periscope of the American submarine that sank it, July 25, 1942

World War II, The Sinking Of A Japanese Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

World War II, the sinking of a Japanese destroyer as viewed from the periscope of the American submarine that sank it, July I believe this was taken on the USS Wahoo, one of the most famous submarines of the war.

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