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  • Modified personal info for Commander Herbert Nollau 19 May 18 May 4 May 1 May 28 April 27 April 26 April 25 April 24 April 23 April 22 April 21 April 20 April 19 April 18 April 17 April 16 April

    • 11:29 - City of Cairo located and silver recovered
      After two years of embargo it was revealed just now that City of Cairo, sunk in South Atlantic by U-68 (Merten) in 1942, had been located. From the wreck at the depth of no less than 5150 meters about 50 tons of silver were recovered.


    • Modified personal info for Commander Hans-Joachim Brans
    15 April 9 April 1 April 26 March 25 March 24 March 18 March 17 March 16 March 9 March 8 March 28 February

    • 19:55 - Horst Bredow passed away
      On 22 Feb 2015 Mr. Horst Bredow, former U-boat Officer on U-288 and founder and director of the German U-Boot Museum passed away. He was 90 years old. He will be sorely missed.


    20 February 12 February 11 February 9 February 8 February 5 February 4 February 3 February 20 January 15 January

    • 20:29 - U-boat Commander photos
      Added or improved photos for 19 German U-boat commanders from WWII. Some really fantastic photos there. See list of recent changes.


    14 January 2 January

    2014


    26 December 25 December 24 December

    • 11:23 - Happy holidays
      Happy Holidays to everyone! May you and your family have a wonderful time :)


    29 October 24 October 18 October 14 October 21 September

    • 20:55 - Ship removed from Ships attacked pages
      Removed the British trawler Castleton from Ships attacked by U-boats when newer research shows the small trawler was in fact sunk by German Luftwaffe bomber and not U-102 that did not return from patrol and was thought to have sunk Castleton. The trawler is now found on our Ships not hit by U-boats instead.


    20 September

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