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The Bismarck was a German battleship and one of the most famous warships of the Second World War. The lead ship of her class, named after the 19th century German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck, Bismarck displaced more than 50,000 tonnes fully loaded and was the largest warship then commissioned....read more

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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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This submarine was depth charged in 1942 by the US CG Cutter Icaras. U-352 lies in about 115 feet (35 m) of water, and sits at a 45-degree list to starboard. The wreck scatter is within a 100-m radius of location above on a sand bottom. This is the wreck that most of the people first come to...read more

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The Wartime European Carriers.- ‘Experience with regard to the suitability of the present type of aircraft carrier must still be evaluated. Examination of enemy naval strategy in ocean warfare leads, however, to the clear recognition of the fact that aircraft carriers or cruisers with flight...read more

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When we consider the Battle of the River Plate some 75 years ago, the story is often focused on the actions of the German Pocket Battleship GRAF SPEE and her captain Hans Langsdorff. The scuttling of the ship and therefore the saving of many lives is rightfully seen as an honourable action....read more

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