German submarines

Explore the history and technology behind German submarines, from World War II to modern advancements. Learn about their capabilities and contributions to naval warfare.
When it was launched in 1929, the French cruiser submarine FS Surcouf was without parallel in the World, and remained the largest and most heavily armed until the final years of World War II. The concept of a cruiser submarine was influenced by the German Navy’s U-boat warfare of World War I. Planners envisioned a submarine which roam the ocean, far away from port, picking off enemy merchant ships. On 2 February 1942 she departed Halifax. She was last reported on the night of 18/19 February 1942 Boat, Cruisers, Battleship, Fleet, Submarines, Naval, Navy Ships

When it was launched in 1929, the French cruiser submarine FS Surcouf was without parallel in the World, and remained the largest and most heavily armed until the final years of World War II. The concept of a cruiser submarine was influenced by the German Navy’s U-boat warfare of World War I. Planners envisioned a submarine which roam the ocean, far away from port, picking off enemy merchant ships. On 2 February 1942 she departed Halifax. She was last reported on the night of 18/19 February…

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You certainly have heard of the Type VIIC and the Type IX which roamed the seas during WW2 and almost strangled seaways to UK in 1942-43. But over 1,100 U-Boats has been built during this war, mostly deployed in the Atlantic and over twenty-four types designed, many if which were left as paper projects...

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