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Gulf camera reveals site of WWII sinking of SS Robert E. Lee, German U-boat

Gulf camera reveals site of WWII sinking of SS Robert E. Lee, German U-boat

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Gulf camera reveals site of WWII sinking of SS Robert E. Lee, German U-boat

U-166 and SS Robert E. Lee _ Resting togetherNow the two wrecks rest in almost 5,000 meters of water, a permanent monument to the lives lost on board and a reminder of a dark time in U.S. history. Photo: Ocean Exploration Trust

Gulf camera reveals site of WWII sinking of SS Robert E. Lee, German U-boat

and SS Robert E. Lee _ Resting togetherNow the two wrecks rest in almost meters of water, a permanent monument to the lives lost on board and a reminder of a dark time in U.

The Robert E. Lee was the final ship sunk by U-166, a German U-Boat that attacked vessels in the Gulf of Mexico during World War II. They sit less than two miles apart on the seafloor after U-166 was destroyed by a U.S. naval ship. Stay connected! - Like us on Facebook at facebook.com/nautiluslive - Connect with us on Twitter @evnautilus - Follow us on Instagram @nautiluslive

SS Robert E. LeeAn anemone covered gun on the SS Robert E.

Expedition uncovering Nazi U-boat in Gulf shows WWII played out close to home

Expedition uncovering Nazi U-boat in Gulf shows WWII played out close to home

Haunting look at Nazi sub that sank in Gulf of Mexico - FOX 13 News

PHOTO: This image made from the A Tale of Two Wrecks: U-166 and SS Robert E. Lee video shows the top gun on the U-166 U-boat which was destroyed by depth charges from the Robert E. Lee escort vehicle, PC-566.

Awesome Photos of Two WWII Ship Wrecks

Spooky underwater photos reveal Nazi submarine off the coast of Texas

U-166 Conning TowerU-166 sank three ships in July, 1942 before attacking the SS Robert E.Lee, all in the Gulf of Mexico. Photo: Ocean Exploration Trust

Gulf camera reveals site of WWII sinking of SS Robert E. Lee, German U-boat

Conning sank three ships in July, 1942 before attacking the SS Robert E.Lee, all in the Gulf of Mexico.

SS Robert E. LeeAnemones flourish on the wreck of the SS Robert E Lee which was discovered in 2001, two miles from the German U-Boat that sunk it in 1942, U-166. Photo: Ocean Exploration Trust

Gulf camera reveals site of WWII sinking of SS Robert E. Lee, German U-boat

SS Robert E. LeeAnemones flourish on the wreck of the SS Robert E Lee which was discovered in two miles from the German U-Boat that sunk it in Photo: Ocean Exploration Trust

Spooky underwater photos reveal Nazi submarine off the coast of Texas | Sploid/Gizmodo

Spooky underwater photos reveal Nazi submarine off the coast of Texas

Spooky underwater photos reveal Nazi submarine off the coast of Texas | Sploid/Gizmodo

VIDEO:  The Wreck of Passenger Freighter Robert E. Lee.......

VIDEO: The Wreck of Passenger Freighter Robert E. Lee.......

The Robert E Lee in better days before being torpedoed by the U-166.....

The Robert E Lee in better days before being torpedoed by the

A Tale of Two Wrecks: U-166 and SS Robert E. Lee | Nautilus Live

Haunting look at Nazi sub that sank in Gulf of Mexico - FOX 13 News

This image made from the A Tale of Two Wrecks: U-166 and SS Robert E. Lee video shows the conning tower on the U-166 U-boat which san...

Awesome Photos of Two WWII Ship Wrecks

This image made from the A Tale of Two Wrecks: and SS Robert E. Lee video shows the conning tower on the U-boat which san.

SS Robert E. LeeThe SS Robert E. Lee, an American passenger steamer sunk in 1942 in the Gulf of Mexico 25 miles southeast of the entrance to the Mississippi river.  She now rests at a depth of 5,000 feet. Photo: Ocean Exploration Trust

Gulf camera reveals site of WWII sinking of SS Robert E. Lee, German U-boat

SS Robert E. LeeThe SS Robert E. Lee, an American passenger steamer sunk in 1942 in the Gulf of Mexico 25 miles southeast of the entrance to the Mississippi river. She now rests at a depth of feet.

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