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In their successful attempt to create a vivid and suspenseful narrative, Bercuson and Herwig also probe the limits of the historiographically admissible, for example when they imagine how people felt and moved, how Admiral Donitz's uniform looked on a particular day, or when they judge from an account of how the departure of a German submarine from France looked on a particular day (pp.
I was a crew member on August 8, 1944, when HMCS Regina was torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine in the Bristol Channel, " recalls survivor Don McIntosh.
Russia could have the right to file a claim for part of the treasure worth billions of dollars on board a British ship sunk by a German submarine during World War II, experts have said, reports The Kaieteur News (Feb.
Evaluation Committee constituted by the Naval Headquarter had recommended to purchase German submarine and no agreement has been signed with French, he said.
On 9 February 1945, the German submarine U-864 was torpedoed by the British submarine HMS Venturer.
Which ocean liner was sunk by a German submarine on May 7, 1915, with the loss of almost 1,200 lives?
McIlnay is the true and detailed story of how on Saturday, June 13, 1942 a German submarine sailed along the eastern coast of Long Island some one hundred and five miles from New York City shrouded by a midnight fog seeking to destroy the a key element of American railroading near Altoona, Pennsylvania known as Horseshoe Curve.
Trondheim, a German submarine base during World War II, was host to a choral festival in its main square.
The last German submarine sunk in World War I was betrayed when it triggered the glow of microbes in the Mediterranean Sea.
It is a field that, in Europe, is essentially led by two organisations; the German Submarine Consortium (GSC) and France's DCN with its Spanish partner Izar.
On 7 July 1942, a B-18B from the 396th Bomb Squadron became the first Army Air Forces aircraft to sink a German submarine (U-701) in the Atlantic near Cherry Point, N.
Lt John William Bell, of Redcar, was recognised after becoming the first merchant skipper to sink a German submarine during the First World War.
World War II pilot John Cruickshank, 93, received the highest gallantry honour for a daring assault on a German submarine during the battle.