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Ship ClassType XXIII-class Submarine
BuilderFriedrich Krupp Germaniawerft
Yard Number956
Ordered7 Jul 1944
Launched26 Apr 1945


ww2dbaseGerman submarine U-4714 was launched in late Apr 1945 by Germaniawerft in Kiel, Germany, but she was never commissioned into service as the war was coming to a close within days of the launching. She was scuttled on 3 May 1945 to prevent Allied capture.

Last Major Revision: Jun 2020

Submarine U-4714 Interactive Map

U-4714 Operational Timeline

26 Apr 1945 U-4714 was launched by Germaniawerft in Kiel, Germany; it was the last submarine launched by the shipyard.
3 May 1945 U-4714 was scuttled in Kiel, Germany to prevent Allied capture.

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