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A boarding party shoves off from United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer to board the U-175 after the sub was forced to the surface by depth charges, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.Boarding party from Coast Guard cutter Spencer approaching the U-175 after the sub was forced to the surface by depth charges, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943. Minutes later, U-175 sank.
A boarding party shoves off from United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer to board the U-175 after the sub was forced to the surface by depth charges, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.Boarding party from Coast Guard cutter Spencer approaching the U-175 after the sub was forced to the surface by depth charges, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943. Minutes later, U-175 sank.
Boarding party from Coast Guard cutter Spencer approaching the U-175 after the sub was forced to the surface by depth charges, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943. Minutes later, U-175 sank.Crew of USS Spencer cared for rescued U-175 sailors, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943, photo 1 of 2
Boarding party from Coast Guard cutter Spencer approaching the U-175 after the sub was forced to the surface by depth charges, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943. Minutes later, U-175 sank.Crew of USS Spencer cared for rescued U-175 sailors, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943, photo 1 of 2
Crew of USS Spencer cared for rescued U-175 sailors, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943, photo 2 of 2Isoroku Yamamoto
Crew of USS Spencer cared for rescued U-175 sailors, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943, photo 2 of 2Isoroku Yamamoto's final photograph, taken shortly before he was shot down and killed, Apr 1943
Obersteurmann Helmut Klotzch of U-175 yelled for help after the submarine sank in the North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943The decks and conning tower of U-175 after being forced to the surface by depth charges from Coast Guard cutter Spencer just before U-175 sank, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.
Obersteurmann Helmut Klotzch of U-175 yelled for help after the submarine sank in the North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943The decks and conning tower of U-175 after being forced to the surface by depth charges from Coast Guard cutter Spencer just before U-175 sank, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.
U-175 forced to surface after being depth charged by USCG cutter Spencer, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943US Coast Guard crew of cutter Spencer watched as a depth charge exploded near U-175, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943
U-175 forced to surface after being depth charged by USCG cutter Spencer, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943US Coast Guard crew of cutter Spencer watched as a depth charge exploded near U-175, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943
USCG Cmdr Harold S. Berdine of cutter Spencer talking with US Navy Capt Paul Heineman of the Escort Group A-3 after sinking German submarine U-175, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943View from United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer as she approached U-175 after being forced to the surface by depth charges and just before U-175 sank, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.
USCG Cmdr Harold S. Berdine of cutter Spencer talking with US Navy Capt Paul Heineman of the Escort Group A-3 after sinking German submarine U-175, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943View from United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer as she approached U-175 after being forced to the surface by depth charges and just before U-175 sank, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.
View from United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer as she approached U-175 after being forced to the surface by depth charges and just before U-175 sank, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.View of SS G. Harrison Smith from the stern of United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943
View from United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer as she approached U-175 after being forced to the surface by depth charges and just before U-175 sank, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943.View of SS G. Harrison Smith from the stern of United States Coast Guard cutter Spencer, North Atlantic, 500 nautical miles WSW of Ireland, 17 Apr 1943


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