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King’s Toys: Deutscher U

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The list of most successful U-boat commanders contains the top-scoring German in the two based on their total sunk. He returned home in November 1946, where he started as a businessman, first on a bike and then in a car. Skvader Studios Oscar Wiberg and Einar Lundgren studied game design together at the Department of Computer and System Sciences at Stockholm University. After the war he served in the , retiring in March 1970. The same day Bab el Farag, 105 grt and Fatouh el Kher, 97 grt, were sunk by gunfire southwest of. In this meeting, Hitler appointed Dönitz as Commander-in-Chief of the Kriegsmarine following on 30 January 1943.

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King’s Toys: Deutscher U

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In 1941 Liebe was assigned to the staff of , and from August 1944 was on the staff of the. On 12 January 1942, before reaching the operational area, Hardegen sank the British freighter Cyclops in Canadian waters. He then spent more than two years in French captivity. At this point in his second patrol, Hardegen claimed ten ships for a total of 74,815 , whereas in reality he had sunk nine, if counting the two tankers later refloated, for a total of a still respectable 52,336. The next two weeks were very successful for U-123, sinking nine ships with a total of 53,173 tons.

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Kapitän zur See Werner Hartmann

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After the war he made a new career in shipbuilding. U-boot-Lehr-Division, a training unit for future U-boat commanders. After the war he spent several years in the Bundesmarine German postwar Navy. It sank quickly just off. Die 2008 vom Stapel gelaufene Nautilus gilt mit ihren knapp 18 Metern Länge und 40 Tonnen Gewicht als das größte privat gefertigte U-Boot der Welt. After the war, he spent a year and a half in captivity before starting a successful oil trading business and serving as a member of Bremen's the for over 32 years. He in March 2013 in very good health, winning golf trophies and still driving a car.

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Wolfpack ist eine realistische U

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Funkkontakt zu Madsen auf dem U-Boot erhielt er aber erst um 10. He retired in October 1972. Moehle died on 17 November 1996 at the age of 86 in Ahrenburg. Due to injuries received in the 1936 plane crash, Hardegen had actually been classed as unfit for U-boat service. On his first patrol, in summer 1941 in West African waters, Hardegern sank five ships with a total of 21,507 tons. Madsen gab an, sie bereits am Donnerstagabend gegen 22.

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German U

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Zurück in die Marine wollte er nicht mehr Nach Kriegsende und Gefangenschaft engagierte sich Hardegen in der Politik. Später baute er einen Ölhandel auf. Piening's last patrol was in April 1945, laying mines off in. Prowling the Atlantic Ocean, these U-boats waged a commerce war which nearly choked the shipping lanes of Great Britain. This was one of two known alterations of the Kriegstagebuch ordered by , the other being in regard to the sinking of the liner.

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Ermittlungen in Kopenhagen: U

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Only sunk commercial vessels are included, not military nor damaged ships. Er und der Kapitän können die Karte sehen, auf der der Kurs und die Position des Bootes zu sehen sind, und Deckwache halten. From 5 August 1958 to 25 June 1959, he studied at the in , and rose to the rank of. Rose commanded a U-boat training unit in 1940. Liebre was towed to port and was ready to sail again by mid-July. Willenbrock acted as advisor to the film , based on an account of one of his own war patrols in U-96.

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Wolfpack ist eine realistische U

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Four players will work as a crew to fight the sub against the Allied convoys and their tenacious escorts. After the usual training pattern he was assigned to , where he served under the command of Knight's Cross holder. Guggenberger was awarded the Oak Leaves to his Knight's Cross on 8 January and oversaw the commissioning of , but did not take her on any war patrols. He also, as U-Boat historian documents meticulously with accounts from survivors, furnished food and navigational directions to the lifeboats of torpedoed merchantmen when possible and, in at least one case, forcibly halted a neutral ship to have it pick up survivors of a vessel he had sunk nearby. As commander of , and he sank 47 merchant ships totalling 272,043 tons in a remarkably short period of time, being captured in March 1941 and spending the rest of the war in the ,.

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