U-boats in WWI, Part 2

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U-35 in the Mediterranean.
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U-35 comes to the surface.
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U-35 comes dangerously close to its prey. 
A crew will board the vessel to search for contraband.
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The crew is allowed to disembark before the sinking. 
The captain is allowed to board the U-35. the rest of the 
crew will be left to fare for themselves in their lifeboat.
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The number of merchant captains would total eight by
 the time the U-35's very successful patrol came to an end.
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U-35 Captain Lothar Von Arnauld de la Periere decides 
to sink the merchant vessel
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U-35 deck gun will be used in order to conserve the 
torpedo supply.
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U-35 gun crew opens fire at the merchant vessel just 
below the waterline.
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More allied tonnage is added to the U-35's log book.
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Bow torpedoroom of U-53. 
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U-53 meeting comrades again.
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Conning tower bridge of U-53.
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Nobody may dare to enter the deck of U-53 during a storm.
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U-53 bridge crew protected by oil-skins and jack tar.
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U-53 Capt Rose near St Kilda Islands in Atlantic.
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U-53 diving to attack convoy.
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U-53 has lost a fallen comrade, who is being sent to the 
eternal deep.
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U-53 passed kiel-canal
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View from the tower as a torpedo hits home on a merchant 
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Another view from the tower as a torpedo hits home on a 
merchant ship
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Kapitänleutnant Schewe using the periscope.
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U-58 self sinking in November 1917 after damage from 
US destroyer.
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U-86. Sank, in two years, 32 ships for a total of 119,411 tons.
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The main island St. Kilda is to be seen as a beautiful line
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U-135 (Kapitänleutnant Johannes Spieß)
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U-139 (Kapitänleutnant Schwieger)
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Look Out on post.
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UC 44 class U-boat:  1) aft torpedo tubes 2) electric motor 
3) main engine 4) control room 5) mine tubes 
6) forward torpedo tubes 7) crew quarters
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Uboats at the end of WWI being surrendered in British port, 
Scappa Flow.
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The crew of SM UC 67 on 29th November, 1918.(the war 
was over)