RME28KFC–German U-boat U-14 submarine which served in World War I
RMFWNF97–1941 front page Daily Mail U.S. Navy hunting German U-Boat and Russian Army counter attacks
RMKTXG9D–WW1 GERMAN SUBMARINE U-BOAT North Atlantic surfacing during U-Boat campaign 1914-1918. British military vessels were being sunk by German U-boats at a very alarming rate including RMS Lusitania
RMD0P8A7–U Boat 45 German submarine WW2
RMEJECMF–You have ten minutes to take to your boats - U-Boat commander ordering a boat evacuated before sinking during World War I
RMG3BTYR–Cross-section of a U-boat engine room Date: circa 1940s
RMB3EEA4–Forward compartment of a U-Boat / 1941
RMC462BN–U-boat campaign in the Second World War: Allied shipwrecked
RMG1DAR8–The crew of a U-Boat after the defeat of France.
RMBNKRME–U-BOAT German U--boat at sea during WW2
RMH7HR8J–U-boat U995, Technisches Museum Technical Museum on the beach of the Baltic resort Laboe, Kieler Bucht, Schleswig-Holstein
RMDHYWJC–This photo shows the surrender of a German U-Boat U-58 to the American destroyer Fanning, known as Old-37 to its crew.
RM2HEWDW6–U-Boat U21 sinking the Linda Blanche off Liverpool in 1915
RFD3K2Y7–Royal Navy warship WW11. captured German U Boat in British service.
RMCYRFG9–U-boat fieldglasses 7 x 50,by Carl Zeiss Jena Green rough finish on the casing,with the original black lacquer visible where the green finish has been marred. Black,protective rubber mountings(cracked)on the eyepieces,Porro prism system,two screw fittings for desiccant cartridges. Inscribed '7 x 50','46603' and 'blc'(= Zeiss Jena). Optics cloudy,historic,historical,1930s,1930s,20th century,navy,naval forces,military,militaria,branch of service,branches of service,armed forces,armed service,object,objects,stills,clipping,clippings,cut,Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RM2DBM3N5–A newspaper photo of the captured 247 ft long German submarine (U-boat) U 98 in Whiby Harbour, UK. She was launched on 31 August 1940 and commissioned on 12 October, with a crew of 46 under the command of Kapitänleutnant Robert Gysae, operating from St. Nazaire in France. Considering she was supposedly sunk on 15 November 1942 west of the Straits of Gibraltar (or alternatively severely damaged off Cape St Vincent, Spain) , this raises a question regarding which ,if any , is true, or if the uboat in the picture was wrongly identified.
RMHF9EWD–U-Boat On Patrol.
RMHYHJ6C–Third Reich German Kriegsmarine U-boat crusher cap with brass Wehrmacht eagle badge and other badges, the lining stamped 'EREL Sonderklasse, Berlin'.
RFR0XMXJ–The German submarine U-11 at the U-boat museum at Burgstaaken had the NATO pennant number S190 and was optimized for the use in the shallow Baltic Sea.
RMPN13GB–U-boat Submarine at sea. Maritime drawing shows a submarine at sea during World War II
RMFWNFP3–1941 front page Daily Express U-Boat sinks U.S. Destroyer Rueben James and German Army advance in Crimea
RM2J001E9–NAZI U-Boat Kriegsmarine Swastika flying on a German submarine in the North Atlantic, 1941. A cover image from the Nazi propaganda magazine Signal, Signal was a Nazi Germany propaganda magazine published by the Third Reich from 1940 through 1945 WW2 World War II
RMP67JCG–German submarine officer looks through a periscope; World War one 1916
RF2CTJ3KG–Abandoned bunker for a submarine or submarine pen or U-boat pen in a mountain with trees all over the slope, left after the war in Yugoslavia, Bay of
RMG3BWNE–WWI German U-boat attack on an English Commercial Freighter. Date: 1915
RMB5M90K–German U Boat attack World War I History War at sea Torpedo attack by a German U Boat on an enemy ship Photo undated
RMC45A1W–German U-boats in a U-boat bunker in France, 1943
RMD98TPY–World War II 9139-1945: 'Submarine at sea 1943'. German navy U-boat travelling on surface in a choppy sea, crew members on conning tower. By German marine artist Adolf Bock 1890-1968.
RMA197RW–GUNTER PRIEN 1908 to 1941 leading German U-Boat ace of WW2
RMG2A74J–U-11, U-Boat museum, Burgstaaken, Insel Fehmarn, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
RMBTKB7A–World War I, diagram of a German U-boat, from The New York Times, January 2, 1916
RMBJW9FC–Four torpedo tubes in the forward compartment of a German U-boat, World War I, 1918.Artist: Realistic Travels Publishers
RMDXAYGX–Royal Navy world war two. Captured U Boat in Royal Navy service
RMCYT4PM–The legacy of Helmut Dietze,33rd U-boat flotilla,winner of the German Cross in Gold,a U-boat Front Clasp in Bronze with certificate and orders Certificate of 6 December 1944,awarded on bord of a U-boat of the 33rd U-boat flotilla with Kunke's original signature.There is also a Badge in fine zinc,bronzed with the grooved magnetic pin and the manufacturer's inscription,'Entwurf Peekhaus Ausf.Schwerin Berlin 68'.a U-boat War Badge in fine zinc with remnants of gilding,manufacturer 'f.o.'.and the 1939 Iron Cross First and Second Class and a Fourth Class ,Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMB3P4AC–WW2 German U Boat Submarine First German U Boat to be captured intact is sailed into port with a Royal Navy crew on board The Submarine is met at the quayside with well done thumbs up gestures by other sailors
RMGW51K2–A German Nazi U Boat & A UFO Approaching The Hidden Top Secret Base Known As 211 . Located At The Antarctic.
RMBAX7FX–Convoy at Sea
RFBBYMF0–Painting of WWII US Navy capture of German U-Boat U-505
RME28KFR–German Submarines in harbor, German Submarines U-Boats in harbour
RMF6DX2A–RELEASE DATE: January 28, 1944. MOVIE TITLE: Lifeboat. STUDIO: Twentieth Century-Fox Film. PLOT: In the Atlantic during WWII, a ship and a German U-boat are involved in a battle and both are sunk. The survivors from the ship gather in one of the boats. They are from a variety of backgrounds: an international journalist, a rich businessman, the radio operator, a nurse, a steward, a sailor and an engineer with communist tendencies. Trouble starts when they pull a man out of the water who turns out to be from the U-boat. PICTURED: TALLULAH BANKHEAD as Connie Porter.
RF2BF6H7D–German WWII u-boat submarine navigating through an explosive naval underwater minefield, 3d render
RMD7DYMG–Submarine / U-boat U995, Laboe, Germany
RFAFGCP8–Captured WW2 German Submarine U-505
RMDRHFW7–German postcard, U-Boat and sailing ship, WW1
RMCW68FC–German submarine U-505 in the Atlantic, 1945.
RM2H02M64–The Brutal Hun - A German U-boat sinking a non-warship during World War I
RMG50NHW–A German submarine (U15) in the Kaiser WIlhelm Canal, circa 1916. U-BOAT
RMB3EEB4–Surfaced German U-Boat / WWII / 1941
RMC462AP–German U-boat in the Second World War
RFE0DD23–The German submarine U-47 was a Type VIIB U-boat of Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine during World War II
RM2K08BC0–English sailor on the look out for a German U-boat during World War I
RMJHADXX–GERMAN U-BOAT on the cover of the Illustrated London News 20 February 1915
RM2BWBN66–Clan Liner fights U Boat Captain William Miller and officers and engineers of the Clan Liner SS Clan Macfadyen
RME0W6W5–Oct. 10, 1961 - ''U Boat'' No. 1 is launched, first Postwar Submarine for West German Navy; The First U Boat of the German Postwar fleet was launched during the week end at Kiel - famous as the center of wartime underwater craft. U Boat no. 1 is said to be extremely fast but the actual speed is secret and she is able to stay under the water indefinitely. She weighs 350 tons is more than 120 ft. long and has eight torpedo tubes. This craft is the first of 12 on order and its launching is said to be the re-birth of West Germany as a Naval Power
RM2E265TT–U Boat Poster 'Boote Heraus' ! 1917 WW1 German Propaganda Recruitment Poster for U Boats 'U Boats Out!' Unterseeboat submarine First World War 'Boote Heraus !'
RMDB8MNW–U-boats stranded on the south coast of England after surrender, circa 1914 - 1918
RMTA200K–A tunic for U-boat crew members depot piece historic, historical, navy, naval forces, military, militaria, branch of service, branches of service, armed forces, armed service, object, objects, stills, clipping, clippings, cut out, cut-out, cut-outs, 20th century, Editorial-Use-Only
RMMPTJHX–German U-boat U-118 aground on Hastings Beach, Sussex, 1919. Artist: Unknown.
RMJRDDD1–Surrendered U boat, Houses of Parliament
RM2M99BWM–E-boat bringing a U-boat to bay, First World War.
RMHRNY7R–WWI, U-Boat Scouting Party, 1918
RMRPRTW4–The Last of the Lusitania, May 7th, 1915. RMS Lusitania was a British ocean liner. The ship was sunk on 7th May 1915 by a German U-boat. The sinking presaged the United States declaration of war on Germany in 1917.
RM2A60261–The crew of a U-Boat after the defeat of France.
RME7BADH–First USA Captured U-Boat - World War I - Crew of German Submarine surrendered to USS Fanning destroyer - November 1917
RMG4N749–c19/9/1942: A rare picture taken from a Canadian Corvette showing a German U-Boat (submarine) making an effort to escape during the Second World War. The U-Boat was rammed after a surface fight in which depth charges and guns were used. Possibly either U210 or U379.
RMB5MR18–9 1916 7 8 A1 1 Merchant U boat Deutschland Crew World War 1 Underflow of the Allied sea blockade with the merchant U boat Deuts
RMC462BF–German U-boat in the Second World War
RM2B5M7A2–Greyhound (2020) directed by Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz and starring Tom Hanks, Elisabeth Shue, Stephen Graham and Manuel Garcia-Rulfo. Adaptation of C.S. Forester's novel The Good Shepherd about a US Navy skipper trying to navigate an Allied supply convoy through the Nazi U-boat blockade.
RMDYEH7H–World War 1 - 'U boat Avenue, Harwich' England: Interned German submarines moored three abreast in the Stour: Vistas of pirate ships surrendered to Admiral Sir Reginals Tyrwhitt, November 20-27, 1918.
RMBRJT2W–BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC Merchant ship torpedoed by a U-boat during the second world war
RM2BWBFMH–Graham of the Clan Liner Lindsay who hit the U Boat
RMWPJHKE–Charles Algernon Fryatt, 1872 – 1916. British mariner executed by the Germans for attempting to ram a U-boat in 1915. From The Pageant of the Century, published 1934.
RMM7N2M4–1914 WW1 GERMAN U-BOAT SUBMARINE Vintage WW1 propaganda postcard of German U Boat U9 of Imperial German Navy with squadron of German Seaplanes flying over in formation
RMT4TB90–A tunic for U-boat crew members depot piece historic, historical, navy, naval forces, military, militaria, branch of service, branches of service, armed forces, armed service, object, objects, stills, clipping, clippings, cut out, cut-out, cut-outs, 20th century, Editorial-Use-Only
RMKRR698–The sinking of the RMS Lusitania in 1915 in the English channel, she was torpedoed by German U boat off the coast of Ireland.
RME0KPHG–May 05, 1945 - Putting Handcuffs On German U-Boat. Photo shows Members of the American boarding crew are attaching tow lines to
RMJRDDD5–Surrendered U boat by Tower Bridge, 1918
RM2K641NP–U776 surrendered German U boat being displayed at Westminster Pier, London, end of World War II
RMHRNY85–WWI, Captured U-Boat Crew, 1918
RM2CCF8CC–Halftone of a German U-boat sailing away from a sinking ship in World War One. From The History of The Great War.
RMRB65FF–Gunther Prien 1908 - 1941. German U-boat ace of the first part of the Second World War, and the first U-boat commander to win the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. His most famous exploit was the sinking of the British battleship HMS Royal Oak at anchor in the Home Fleet's anchorage in Scapa Flow.
RM2H09B04–The Chase of the U-boat during World War I
RMHG7DHK–An exhibitor holds a Kriegsmarine WWII German Navy U-Boat deck watch, valued at Â£4,600, (left) and a A Lange & Sohne WWII German navy watch, valued at Â£9,800, at the Mayfair Antiques and Fine Art Fair at the London Marriott Hotel, in London.
RMB5MR1D–9 1916 7 8 A1 Merchant U boat Deutschland in USA 1916 World War 1 Underflow of the Allies sea blockade with the merchant U boat
RMC45A1T–German U-boat bunker in France, 1942
RMBWXK29–Dive Las Vegas Nevada restaurant U boat USA America North America
RMDYERCK–Gunther Prien 1908 - 1941. German U-boat ace of the first part of the Second World War, and the first U-boat commander to win the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. His most famous exploit was the sinking of the British battleship HMS Royal Oak at anchor in the Home Fleet's anchorage in Scapa Flow.
RF2B63EP1–U-Boat from Germany, grounded after it surrendered during World War I, the late 1910s. This 'assassin of the sea' ran ashore on the south coast of England. After some demolition had begun, local folk and tourists came to see it and climb up top. To see my transportation-related images, Search: Prestor vintage vehicle weapon
RM2BWBGG4–The Clan Liner Lindsay which fought a U Boat , Captain Alec Scotland
RMWCN1RH–Crowds gather outside the Cunard offices in London to read the news of the sinking of the Lusitania by a German U-boat in 1915. From The Pageant of the Century, published 1934.
RMM8Y4MY–WW2 1940's Illustrated Nazi propaganda 'Kriegsmarine' magazine of the German Navy containing reports about German naval warfare. Front cover illustrates German U-boat sinking a merchant ship bound for New York USA
RMCP0P9C–U-boat stranded on the south coast of England after surrender, World War One
RMTATXYA–IMPERIAL GERMANY UNTIL 1914, An imperial German naval U-boat cap Blue doe skin, black satin lining, owner's name applied, black cap tally with 'IV.UNTERSEEBOOTS=HALBFLOTTILLE.IV' in gold, metal cockade, post war lining reinforcement. CCN191, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMECGEFT–One of the lifeboats from the RMS Lusitania, sunk by a German U-boat in 1915, is hauled onto the beach on the coast of Ireland.
RME0PXM8–Apr. 18, 1957 - This 370 ton U-Boat fighter was the first of the German Navy. Germany paid the US 8,000,000DM for it. It was built in France.
RMJHM8H7–Unloading captured u boat, UC5, New York
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