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Immediately after Britain went to war with Germany in 1939, German U-boats and warships began to threaten British and French shipping lanes, and the Royal Navy became key players in British military action.

The struggle against the German submarines, dubbed the...read more

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The Arado Ar 196 was the best float-plane of the Second World War. It flew attacks against U-Boats as well as Coastal Reconnaissance Missions and the there-with associated attacks on small inshore vessels. Most aircraft of the Ar 196A-3 Series went to Coastal Aviation...read more

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 Lieutenant) March 28, 2016

The Ar 196 was a shipboard reconnaissance aircraft built by the German firm Arado starting in 1936. The next year it was selected as the winner of a design contest, and became the standard aircraft of the Kriegsmarine throughout World War II.read more

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 Lieutenant) March 14, 2016

The wreck lies in the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean some 470 miles west of Brest at a depth of 4,790 meters (15,700 feet). 

According to kbismarck.com the hull rests upright embedded in mud that covers the...read more

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U-166 is the only U-boat sunk in the Gulf of Mexico. In July 1942, the German U-boat U-166 was attacked and sunk by the U.S. Navy Patrol Craft 566. As the only U-boat lost in the Gulf of Mexico, the U-166 represents an important piece of Louisiana and U.S. maritime history. 

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The German U-boat, U-1105, a modified Type VII-C German submarine, was sunk in 90 feet (27 m) of water in the Potomac River at Piney Point. The sub was built in 1944 at the Nordseewerke Shipyard at Emden, Germany. It was launched April 20, 1944 and commissioned into the...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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 Lieutenant) March 13, 2015

Hitler’s plan for conquering Norway was simple. The heavy cruiser Blücher would sail into the Oslo harbor, turn its cannons against the royal palace, and Norway would surrender. The occupation forces would then take care of the rest. But things would not go fully as planned... As a result of the...read more

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A downgraded version of a 4K film scan of the original and complete reel. The original footage was filmed by the crew of the German Heavy Cruiser Prinz Eugen during Operation Rheinübung in 1941.read more

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The battleship HMS Royal Oak was sunk by torpedoes from German submarine U-47, under the command of Prien one of the three recognised U-boat aces of World War II, in the early hours of October 14, 1939, which had penetrated the British Navys main anchorage...read more

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