Re: U-Boats Were the Key
U-Boats could have changed the tide of the war I think, if they were more numerous, the caused havoc across the sea and could have, if placed as a protective barrier, stopped or slowed the D-day invasion...there is a U-boat U-352, the German U-boat that was torpedoed in 1942, it's right off the shore from where I live. you can dive on this boat as it is in shallow water...when they first went in to this U-boat, they found local news papers, American bread wrappers and other goodies the Kriegsmarine has gotten when they came into wilmington during the night((sorry for the history rant) just thought you may find it interesting
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Last edited by Rommelvon; 04-23-2007 at 07:54 PM..