Can anyone help Adolph Crixell with info on German Submarine along the gulf coast of Texas during WWII

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From: Adolph Crixell [acrixell@rgv.rr.com]
Sent: Monday, November 15, 2004 8:05 PM
To: saintjim
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I am lookin for information about German Submarine along the gulf coast of Texas during WWII.. Can you help me?

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From: Harry Cooper [sharkhunters@earthlink.net]
Sent: Wednesday, November 17, 2004 4:36 AM
To: acrixell@rgv.rr.com
Cc: James Santos
Subject: U-Boat off Texas coast

Hi Adolph,
Jim Santos sent your question on to us, inasmuch as we are (outside of Germany) the world's largest archive on the U-Boats. I'm not quite sure about your question - if you are asking about U-Boat operations off the Texas coast in WW II, there were a lot of boats that operated in that area - some with some success, others not. We'd have to be more precise with your questions.

If you are asking about that U-Boat that "everone knows" is sunk there..........it AIN'T! Sorry for the street grammar, but there are so many stories of U-Boats sunk all along the Gulf coast, but there just are none at all with the single exception of U-166.

Please clarify your question.
Thanks,
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Harry Cooper
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