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German Type II and Type VII submarines with their tender, Kiel, Germany, 1936German Navy Lieutenant Captain Klaus Ewerth and his sailors boarding U-36, Kiel, Germany, 14 Dec 1936
German Type II and Type VII submarines with their tender, Kiel, Germany, 1936German Navy Lieutenant Captain Klaus Ewerth and his sailors boarding U-36, Kiel, Germany, 14 Dec 1936
German submarine U-36 at sea, late 1936, photo 1 of 3German submarine U-36 at sea, late 1936, photo 2 of 3
German submarine U-36 at sea, late 1936, photo 1 of 3German submarine U-36 at sea, late 1936, photo 2 of 3
German submarine U-36 at sea, late 1936, photo 3 of 3Scharnhorst and U-47 at Kiel, Germany, 23 Oct 1939
German submarine U-36 at sea, late 1936, photo 3 of 3Scharnhorst and U-47 at Kiel, Germany, 23 Oct 1939
German U-boat, probably U-47, photographed from battlecruiser Scharnhorst, circa late 1939German submarine U-52 surfaced, date unknown
German U-boat, probably U-47, photographed from battlecruiser Scharnhorst, circa late 1939German submarine U-52 surfaced, date unknown
Conning tower of U-132, date unknownBurning tanker SS R.P. Resor off the coast of New Jersey, United States after being torpedoed by German submarine U-578. Resor burned for 46 hours after being torpedoed before grounding off Barnegat Light.
Conning tower of U-132, date unknownBurning tanker SS R.P. Resor off the coast of New Jersey, United States after being torpedoed by German submarine U-578. Resor burned for 46 hours after being torpedoed before grounding off Barnegat Light.
British submarine Graph, formerly German submarine U-570, 1943A rocket attack on the German Type VIIC Submarine U-758 by TBF Avengers from USS Block Island northeast of the Azores, 11 Jan 1944. Note two rockets hitting just astern of the U-Boat. U-758 was damaged but not sunk.
British submarine Graph, formerly German submarine U-570, 1943A rocket attack on the German Type VIIC Submarine U-758 by TBF Avengers from USS Block Island northeast of the Azores, 11 Jan 1944. Note two rockets hitting just astern of the U-Boat. U-758 was damaged but not sunk.
Captured U-977 at Mar del Plata, Argentina, mid-1945
Captured U-977 at Mar del Plata, Argentina, mid-1945
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Captain Henry P. Jim Crowe, Guadalcanal, 13 Jan 1943