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U-995 German Type VIIC U-Boat Illustrated Gallery
Explore the last surviving German Type VIIC U-boat with over 600 Walkaround photos, videos, schematic plans, authentic sounds and a virtual tour. For modelers, researchers, and u-boat fans. Click here now.

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This photo gallery attempts to capture the epic struggle of the U-boat force during the Battle of the Atlantic. During the war, German U-boats sent over 2900 ships and 14 million tons of allied shipping to the bottom of the sea, nearly cutting off the vital supplies of food, fuel and raw materials of Great Britain.



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September 17 1939, HMS Courageous torpedoed by U-29, The first Royal Navy aircraft carrier sunk during WW2.


The USS Reuben James torpedoed in the early morning hours of October 31, 1941. 115 of her 160 crew perished, including all officers. She was escorting convoy HX-156 when the incident occurred. Mistakenly identified as a British destroyer, she was attacked by KL Erich Topp of U-552. Although not the first US ship to be torpedoed before the war, the Reuben James was the first one sunk.


The USS Reuben James, seen here on March 9, 1932 on her recommissioning in Philadelphia. She would be the first US warship sunk by a U-boat during World War Two.


In this famous photo, U-47 receives a salute from the battlecruiser Scharnhorst after returning from sinking the British battleship HMS Royal Oak. October 14, 1939.


Grossadmiral Karl Donitz, commander of the U-boat force holding the admiral's baton, symbolic of his rank. He later succeeded Hitler after his suicide.


The 22,600 ton carrier, Ark Royal, tilting after an attack by U-81. Sufficient time for evacuation meant that only one life was lost, but in the event, over seventy aircraft went down with it.


American sailors seen aboard U-805, a Type IXC/40 which surrendered on 14 May, 1945 near Portsmouth, New Hampshire.


U-805, arrives in New England, Portsmouth harbor. She was the first boat to surrender.


Korvettenkapitan Johannes Mohr, commander of the "Edelweiss Boat" U-124 returns from patrol in the Atlantic. Victory pennants can be seen in the background, with each pennant representing a ship sunk and its tonnage.


U-Boat Mutz
Contributor: kris Report


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If you have a U-boat photo to share, then we welcome you to upload it to this gallery. Photos kept in a private collection and never to be seen are a truly wasted resource, which might as well not exist. All photos are automatically rotated everyday so everybody gets their turn at the top.
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