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Kapitänleutnant Lehmann-Willenbrock (U-96) closing the hatch of the conning tower.

U-Boats ~ Kapitänleutnant Lehmann-Willenbrock closing the hatch of the conning Tower ~ BFD

U-96 emblem

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Photos From Inside A Captured First World War German U-Boat (1918) - Flashbak

Inside a killing machine: The ghostly century-old images of a German WWI U-Boat raised from depths of the North Sea

U-boat 181 crewmen while on their way to the Far East - 1943.

U-boat 181 crewmen while on their way to the Far East -

09 Feb 45: British submarine HMS VENTURER sinks U-boat U-864 west of Bergen, Norway. This is history's only known, publicly acknowledged battle where one submerged submarine sank another. More: http://scanningwwii.com/a?d=0209&s=450209 #WWII

09 Feb British submarine HMS VENTURER sinks U-boat west of Bergen, Norway. This is history's only known, publicly acknowledged battle where one submerged submarine sank another.

U-3034 shown here when she served as a training boat from 31 Mar 1945 - 4 May 1945 with 4th Flottille (training) She was scuttled on 4 May 1945 in Wasserleben Bay & subsequently her wreck was broken up.

shown here when she served as a training boat from 31 Mar 1945 - 4 May 1945 with Flottille (training) She was scuttled on 4 May 1945 in Wasserleben Bay & subsequently her wreck was broken up.

Kriegsmarine- The German U-Boats were deadly on the ocean battlefield, there were not restrictions on their area of fair game, they continuously attacked american merchant ships off the East Coast, thus bringing America into WWI.

Kriegsmarine- The German U-Boats were deadly on the ocean battlefield, there were not restrictions on their area of fair game, they continuously attacked american merchant ships off the East Coast, thus bringing America into WWI.

U-Boats  ~ the U-61 or Unterseeboot 61 was a German submarine of the Kriegsmarine, corresponding to Type IIC, which was sunk on May 2, 1945 ~ BFD

U-Boats ~ the or Unterseeboot 61 was a German submarine of the Kriegsmarine, corresponding to Type IIC, which was sunk on May 1945 ~ BFD

✠ Reinhard Hardegen (18 March 1913) RK 23.01.1942 Kapitänleutnant, Kdt. [89. EL] 23.04.1942 Kapitänleutnant, Kdt.

✠ Reinhard Hardegen (18 March 1913) RK 23.01.1942 Kapitänleutnant, Kdt. [89. EL] 23.04.1942 Kapitänleutnant, Kdt.

Type-7C / U-556: She was laid down on 2 Jan. 1940 at the Blohm & Voss yard in Hamburg as yard no. 532 and  launched on 7 Dec. 1940. She was commissioned on 6 Feb. 1941 under the command of Kapitänleutnant Herbert Wohlfarth, who commanded her for her entire career. She conducted only two patrols, sinking six ships totalling 29,552 (GRT) and damaging one other of 4,986 tons, before she was sunk on 27 June 1941. A total of 568 of this type were built.

U-Boats ~ Herbert “Parzival” Wohlfarth, commander of ~ BFD

Vue du compartiment couchette de l'Unterseeboot 7 (U-7) de type II.B. On peut voir derrière le rideau le couvercle du tube lance-torpilles inférieur | por ww2gallery

View of the sleeping compartment of the Unterseeboot 7 type IIB. You can see behind the curtain the lid of the lower torpedo tube.

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