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The general cargo ship Beacon Grange sinks after being torpedoed amid ships by on April Photo taken from the submarine's coning tower. German submariners routinely machine gunned seamen who survived the initial blast and found themselves in the water.

Picture of the Day: Vintage Submarine Control Room from 1918

Picture of the Day: Vintage Submarine Control Room from 1918

WW2 German Motorcycle Troops, Eastern Front WWII / 2128

German soldiers from the Panzer Division delight themselves with reading the road signs; 75 km from Leningrad, an other pointing toward Berlin-Mitte (Berlin-Center). - The motorcycle is a BMW

World War II, the sinking of a Japanese destroyer as viewed from the periscope of the American submarine that sank it, July 25, 1942

World War II, The Sinking Of A Japanese

World War II, the sinking of a Japanese destroyer as viewed from the periscope of the American submarine that sank it, July 25, 1942

The American tanker R.P. Resor sinks after it was torpedoed, on Feb 26, 1942, five miles off Sea Girt, Delaware. Of the crew of 50, only 2 survived. It showed how menacingly close U-boats came to the country's East Coast in early 1942.

The American tanker R.P. Resor sinks after it was torpedoed, on Feb 26, 1942, five miles off Sea Girt, Delaware. Of the crew of 50, only 2 survived. It showed how menacingly close U-boats came to the country's East Coast in early 1942.

Emergency ascent, so-called "jump killer," the German submarine U-427. The picture was taken through the periscope.

Emergency ascent, so-called "jump killer," the German submarine U-427. The picture was taken through the periscope.

1943- U.S. submarine crew enjoys the luxury of fresh milk after returning from a long patrol voyage at sea.

1943- U.S. submarine crew enjoys the luxury of fresh milk after returning from a long patrol voyage at sea.

Francis James Mortimer, The Shipwreck (the Arden Craig), St Agnes, Scilly, UK, 1911, Gelatin silver print.

Francis James Mortimer, The Shipwreck (the Arden Craig), St Agnes, Scilly, UK, 1911, Gelatin silver print.

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