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Sejar Bekirow - Marine Collection

Sejar Bekirow - Marine Collection

Kriegsmarine - “U-132” was a (220.2') Type VIIC U-boat – Commissioned: 29 May 1941 – Crew: 4 Offices and 40-56 Enlisted – Armament: 5 x 21 Inch (533mm) Torpedo Tubes (4 Bow, 1 Stern) (14 Torpedoes or 26 TMA Mines) 1 x 88mm Deck Gun (220 Rounds) and Verious AA Guns - Sunk on 4th Patrol SE of Cape Farewell, Greenland, Probably by Falling Debris from the Ammunition Ship “HAITMURAL” when that Vessel Exploded, Following an Attack by U-132 and U-442 on 4 November 1942 – No Survivors

Kriegsmarine - “U-132” was a (220.2') Type VIIC U-boat – Commissioned: 29 May 1941 – Crew: 4 Offices and 40-56 Enlisted – Armament: 5 x 21 Inch (533mm) Torpedo Tubes (4 Bow, 1 Stern) (14 Torpedoes or 26 TMA Mines) 1 x 88mm Deck Gun (220 Rounds) and Verious AA Guns - Sunk on 4th Patrol SE of Cape Farewell, Greenland, Probably by Falling Debris from the Ammunition Ship “HAITMURAL” when that Vessel Exploded, Following an Attack by U-132 and U-442 on 4 November 1942 – No Survivors

Sailors on the conning tower of German submarine U-108.

Sailors on the conning tower of German submarine U-108.

U-Boats ~ Encounter Between German Submariner & Mariner In Atlantic On December 28, 1941 ~ Getty Images ~ BFD

U-Boats ~ Encounter Between German Submariner & Mariner In Atlantic On December 28, 1941 ~ Getty Images ~ BFD

great pic of KM sailor returning with U-Boats note the metal device on his cap

great pic of KM sailor returning with U-Boats note the metal device on his cap

The U-2326 was a Type XXIII submarine of the German Kriegsmarine during World War II. Type XXIII submarines were the first so-called elektroboats to become operational. They were small coastal submarines designed to operate in the shallow waters of the North Sea, Black Sea and Mediterranean Sea, where larger Type XXI Elektro boats were at risk in World War II.

The U-2326 was a Type XXIII submarine of the German Kriegsmarine during World War II. Type XXIII submarines were the first so-called elektroboats to become operational. They were small coastal submarines designed to operate in the shallow waters of the North Sea, Black Sea and Mediterranean Sea, where larger Type XXI Elektro boats were at risk in World War II.

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