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|These boats was sunk, to save the small harbour against wind and waves.|
The boats are from type "Projekt 183" of the East German navy.
|German World War Two UBOAT, U534 on the dockside. The German type IXC/40 submarine was sunk by Allied forces in 1945.|
In the dock is the frigate HMS Plymouth and along side it is submarine HMS Onyx, both of which saw service in the Falklands conflict, and a D-Day landing craft.
|In early May 1940, the German freighter Antilla anchored in the Dutch waters of Aruba, while a chain of events is unfolding in Europe. May 10th, German paratroopers landed in Rotterdam and De Hague. Fieldmarshall von Rundstedt Army corps cuts thru Holland and Belgium into France. Queen Wilhelmina fled to England. The Dutch Army surrenders four days later. Holland is at war with Germany and thou...||07/23/2006||862|
|Torcross is a village in the South Hams district of Devon. It stands at the southern end of Slapton Sands, which was the scene in 1944 of the ill-fated Exercise Tiger, a full-scale rehearsal for the D-Day invasion of Normandy. Nine German torpedo boats (E-boats), alerted by heavy radio traffic, intercepted the exercise sinking two tank landing ships. This Sherman tank, sunk in the action, was r...||12/10/2009||280|
|The Stadtschloss (German: Berliner Stadtschloss, rendered in English as Berlin City Palace), was a royal palace in the centre of Berlin, capital of Germany (1871-1945 capital of the German Reich, 1949-1990 in parts capital of East Germany, 1990 to date capital of reunifed Germany). It was the principal residence (winter residence) of the Kings of Prussia from 1701-1918 and of the German Emperor...||11/10/2009||570|
|Operation Deadlight was the code name for the scuttling of the unwanted German U-boats which the allies got their hands on after the end of World War Two (WWII). Most of these (if not all) operations took place from Lisahally, Northern Ireland or Loch Ryan, Scotland. About 121 German U-boats were scuttled during the fall and and winter of 1945-1946 out of Ireland.||09/07/2005||890|
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The German battleship Bismarck is one of the most famous warships of the Second World War. The lead ship of her class and named after the 19th century German chancellor Otto von Bismarck, Bismarck displaced more than 50,000 tons fully loaded and was the largest warship then commissioned. Her chief claim to fame came from the Battle...
|Lost positions of German u-boats during World War II.
Informations are from uboat.net. Thx.||08/19/2005||1,627|
|These are the locations where german submarines were sunk by enemy action in World War II (destroyer,mines, etc.).|
There will be subsequent files numbered from U-51 - U-100, U-101 - U-150 and so on.
All information is from "uboat.net" or "ubootwaffe.net".
|All these old US Warships have to be removed from Suisun Bay by September 2006 to be scraped.||12/03/2005||425|
|These are the locations where German WWII submarines were sunk by enemy action (destroyer, mines, etc.). World War II info.
Informations are from uboat.net. Thx.||08/18/2005||1,800|
|The Goslar Shipwreck. An old WWII merchantman that sunk here and is now used to shelter small boats from the terrible swills that will be created when it is removed from the Suriname River||12/10/2007||961|