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Immi Wallin and her Subzone team discovered a missing German U-boat off the Estonian coast in August 2015, it was the U-679. The U-679 was apparently the last lost German u-boat in the Gulf of Finland. The wreckage of U-679 were found in her patrol area, where she ran...read more

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The 16 ton Jagdpanzer 38 (t) Hetzer, a German tank destroyer, was found on the border of Jurata and Hel (Pomerania) and pulled from the water on 26th of May 2007. The tank destroyer lacked the upper plates and rear armour. The interior contained the personal belongings of its crew, including a...read more

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The Graf Zeppelin was Germanys only aircraft carrier in World War II. It was planned to be the first aircraft carrier of the German fleet. It was launched in 1938 but it was never completed and never saw action. After the war it was sunk by the Russian Navy as a target 45 miles north of the...read more

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Another quiet night for the RAF with only 51 bombers in the air on minelaying operations at Texel, Frisian Islands, Heligoland and the Baltic Sea. 27 Lancasters from 5 BG flew to the Baltic Sea, and R5679 was the only loss over enemy territory. The British service that listened to radio...read more

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In September and October 1939 the Nazis and Communists quickly dismembered Poland, but this, of course, hardly brought the sudden descent of peace upon the Baltic. The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact of August 1939 had not only opened the door to Poland’s destruction, but also that of the Baltic States...read more

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In the inter-war period the states of the Eastern Baltic embarked upon numerous efforts at collective security. The Poles achieved the greatest coup, an alliance with France that provided for French intervention in the event of war. Unfortunately for all of the parties involved, the progress of...read more

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