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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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U-172, discernible by the emblem. Excellent shot of the gunner peering into the gunsight.


Bridge view of the stormy seas from the bridge of a u-boat on patrol.


U-30, U-31, U-32 early Type VIIA u-boats.


U-19 and U-23 lying alongside in the dockyard for assembly.


U 13, taken at sea, unknown date and unknown location
Contributor: Sean Ravencraft Report


A Type XIV U-459 U-boat. This was a supply boat, also dubbed "Milk Cows". These had no torpedo tubes or any offensive weapons, but they had anti-aircraft guns for self-defense. Only ten were ever built, and all were systematically sunk by the Allies.


U-552, Red Devil boat of Erich Topp


Joe Eckbert of U-616.

With thanks to Gerard Walker.


Gerd Kelbling of U-593 sank over 50,000 tons of shipping and was awarded the Knights Cross before he was sunk in December 1943. He survived the war and passed away in August 2005.

With thanks to Gerard Walker.


Taken from the conning tower of U-217, crewmen can be seen wearing life lines which was a regulation when working on the upper deck.

With thanks to Gerard Walker.


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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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