Citations with the tag: SUBMARINES (Ships) -- Germany
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- I'M PROUD OF THIS PICTURE.
Looney Jr., Samuel L. // Saturday Evening Post; 3/20/1948, Vol. 220 Issue 38, p90
The article presents a photograph of a sinking German U-boat taken in March 1943.
- GERMAN U-BOAT MAY REST IN CANADIAN RIVER.
Looney Jr., Samuel L. // Diver Magazine; Jul2012, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p15
The article focuses on a German boat WWII U found in Labrador's Churchill River confirming the rumours of German U-boats reaching Canadian rivers.
- ASK MHQ.
Goodwin, James // MHQ: Quarterly Journal of Military History; Summer2009, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p6
The article provides an answer to a question on why German U-boats did not take shore bombardments.
- British rescue no-loot U-boat.
Wilson, Jim; Eisenberg, Sherri // Popular Mechanics; Dec96, Vol. 173 Issue 12, p17
Presents the U-534, an IXC type German submarine recovered off the coast of Denmark. How the U-534 nearly ended in the scrap yard; Plans of the Warship Preservation Trust on the rescued submarine.
- The Elusive Submarine.
Ingraham, Reg // Saturday Evening Post; 6/12/1948, Vol. 220 Issue 50, p126
An anecdote about the efforts of U.S. sailors to search for U-boats during the Battle of the Atlantic is presented.
- Anchor Away!
Dovala, Joseph C. // Diver Magazine; 2014, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p66
The article offers information on the SS Saganaga, a British cargo steamer that transported raw material for making war machines, which was laid down in the Conception Bay, Newfoundland after it was attacked by German U-boat on September 5, 1942.
BRYANT, VAUGHN M. // dig; May 2014, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p24
The article reports on archaeological findings of the shipwrecks of undersea boats or U-boats used by Germany in the World War II to sink the ships carrying supplies from the U.S. and Canada to embattled Europe.
- Shooting Up the River.
Hadley, Michael L. // Horizon Canada (English edition); Jan2001, pN.PAG
Focuses on the damages caused by German submarines on Canadian ships. Success of Operation Drumbeat; Attack made by U-553 led by KapiÃ¤leutnant KÃ¤rlchen Thurmann; Climax of the Battle of Saint Lawrence.
- A class apart.
Charles, A.D.; Rodgers, D. // Engineer (00137758); 3/13/2006, Vol. 293 Issue 7695, p24
A letter to the editor is presented in response to an article about the technical superiority of the U-boat in World War II in the February 27, 2006 issue.
- Historical relics not uncommon discovery during E&D bottom surveys.
Charles, A.D.; Rodgers, D. // Offshore; Sep2001, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p112
Reports on the discovery of sunken relics and vessels during deepwater oil and gas exploration and development surveys in the Gulf of Mexico. Information on the U-166 German submarine that sunk in the Gulf of Mexico in 1942; Several shipwrecks found in the Gulf of Mexico; Total number of...
- German U-boats sink ships off Texas coast.
Halle, Bartee // Free Press (Buda, TX); 7/1/2009, Vol. 106 Issue 13, p3C
The article focuses on the attacks made by German U-boats on several U.S. cargo vessel off the Texas coast in July 1942.
- Mariner's Victory at Sea.
Lesko, Anita // Naval Aviation News; Jan/Feb2000, Vol. 82 Issue 2, pN.PAG
The article reports that in June 1943 a German U-boat arrived off the coast of Brazil, menacing Allied shipping. Lieutenant Roy Whitcomb's was selected for the first patrol. Whitcomb, the pilot and plane commander, turned to fly in the direction of the object detected on radar. As they got...
Lesko, Anita // New Republic; 9/18/15, Vol. 4 Issue 46, p183
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues. Criticisms on the failure of the publication to understand and interpret correctly the report of the staff of the Commission of Industrial Relations in the August 1915 issue; Viewpoint of the U.S. Navy...
- Sunk by a U-BOAT!
GARCIA, TOM; HOUPIS, MILTON H. // Sea Classics; Nov2011, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p46
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience during the U-boat war between Germany and the U.S.
- Israel Expands Its Nuclear Threat Thanks To German "Donation"
of Dolphin Subs.
Stauffer, Thomas R. // Washington Report on Middle East Affairs; Dec2003, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p12
This article focuses on nuclear expansions done by Israel. Germany handed over to the Israeli navy three state-of-the-art 800-class Dolphin submarines. The Dolphins have nearly a 3,000-mile operating range â€” enough to command the entire Mediterranean. They are equipped to launch...
- THE U-BOAT STALKER WHO ARRIVED ON A NURSERY SHIP.
Hodges, Mary // Sea Classics; Jun2010, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p32
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience on being a stalker of a U-Boat and arrived on a nursery ship after three years.
- COMBAT FLEETS.
Wertheim, Eric // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings; Nov2007, Vol. 133 Issue 11, p100
The article discusses the Type 404 multi-purpose tender Main, a German submarine that recently completed modernization to become the country's newest supply vessel. The modifications took a year to be completed. Information has been provided on Malabar 07-2, an annual naval exercise....
- Ship Ahoy!
Wertheim, Eric // American Road; Autumn2004, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p15
Reports on the launch of the U-505 German U-boat by the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, Illinois in spring 2004. History of the U-boat; Comment from Phillip Trusheim, former coxswain, on the capture of the boat; Navigation of the boat in Chicago in 1954.
Wertheim, Eric // World War II; Sep/Oct2012, p10
Corrections on various facts are presented including the fact that the Reising M55 was a .45-caliber pistol, that the Republic of Ireland did not become an official term until 1949, and that the U.S. Ship (USS) Corry sank Gunter Leopold's U-boat on March 17.
- Torpedoes in Paradise.
Trudeau, Noah Andre // World War II; Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p60
The article reports that submarine U-boat was a collaboration between Germany and Japan. At the war, the Japanese dismissed U-boats, while the Germans thought Japanese submarines too large and clumsy for combat. By the end of 1941, U-boats had sunk more than 4.8 million tons of Allied shipping....
- Egypt blocked by West in quest for Type 209 subs from Germany.
Trudeau, Noah Andre // Geo-Strategy Direct; 11/14/2012, p11
The article reports that final approval for the request of Egypt for two Type 209 electric-diesel submarines from Germany was blocked, with industry sources saying that the German government was urged by several countries, particularly Israel and the U.S., to delay any signing.
- Dots and Dashes from Kurt .
Trudeau, Noah Andre // Horizon Canada (English edition); Jan2001, pN.PAG
Details the landing of automatic meteorological stations at the shore of Martin Bay by the submarine U-537 in northern Labrador, Newfoundland. Codename; Containment of several meteorological instruments; Transcription of observed weather into Morse Code.
- In the same boat -- 60 years onï¿½.
Lee, Andrew // Engineer (00137758); 2/27/2006, Vol. 293 Issue 7694, p5
The article comments on the 1945 captured German U-Boat of the Type 21 Class and challenges for British engineers to build the nuclear submarine, Astute in Great Britain. The U-Boat has a novel battery arrangement, a unique hull section and a highly effective air-intake system. Astute will be...
- The last German U-boat to sink an American ship in World War II was herself sent to the bottom.
Salvarezza, Michael; Weaver, Christopher P. // World War II; Feb99, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p20
Reports on the plight of U-853, the last German U-boat to sink collier Blank Point, an American ship in World War II. Order of Admiral Karl Donitz to the German U-boat fleet on May 5, 1945; Description and armament of the U-853 submarine; Rescue operation for Blank Point.
- Lost U-boat Fleet Discovered.
Salvarezza, Michael; Weaver, Christopher P. // Naval History; Jun2008, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p8
The article reports that three scuttled U-boats have been discovered in the Black Sea off the Turkish coast. It is stated that identified as the Type IIB subs U-19, U-20, and U-23, they could prove a treasure trove to historians because they probably sustained only minor damage in their sinking....
- Found: The Alexander Hamilton.
Walling, Michael G. // Naval History; Dec2009, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p64
The article reports that the USCGC Alexander Hamilton, which was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean by a U-boat during World War II, was located by an Icelandic Coast Guard aircraft in July 2009. A brief description is given of the U-132's torpedo strike on the American warship on January 29, 1942. The...
- Temperature, humidity won't sink this U-boat.
Walling, Michael G. // Consulting-Specifying Engineer; Jan2009, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p50
The article reports on the strategy carried out by Primera when it was appointed by the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, Illinois to preserve the G-505 submarine. Primera has installed SEMCO Inc.'s Pinnacle Primary Ventilation and Energy Recovery System which aim to protect the...
- Appendix A: The U-Boat War in the Caribbean: Some Facts.
Walling, Michael G. // Caribbean Wars Untold: A Salute to the British West Indies; 2007, p223
The article offers information on the German U-boats deployed in the Caribbean during the Second World War.
- U-boat Wrecks Off English Coast Identified.
Walling, Michael G. // World War II; Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p12
The article focuses on a report issued by Odyssey Marine Exploration on a 2008 survey of the English Channel around the coast of Cornwall that identified the wrecks of five U-boats or German submarines used in World War II.
- Demise of U-166.
Morgan, Martin K.A.; Christ, C.J. // World War II; Jul2003, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p52
Reports on the discovery of the wreck of the German submarine U-166 at the mouth of the Mississippi River on June 8, 2001. Investigation into the identity of the submarine; Mission of the submarine in the Gulf of Mexico in 1940; Success of the German mission in the area; Destruction of the...
- ASK WWII.
Morgan, Martin K.A.; Christ, C.J. // World War II; May/Jun2013, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p18
The article provides an answer to a question on whether a U-boat sailed upstream as far as Cincinnati, Ohio during World War II.
- Periscope in Sight.
Morgan, Martin K.A.; Christ, C.J. // Time; 4/4/1960, Vol. 75 Issue 14, p20
The article reports that the first destroyer ship built in West Germany since World War II was launched in Hamburg without much ostentation. It is said to be the largest combat ship West Germany can build under the 1954 Brussels Treaty protocols. It also reveals that the first 12 armed U-boats...
- THE U-BOAT, A GERMAN FATE?
Manseck, Hartmut // Naval Forces; 2007, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p97
The article focuses on the history of the first German submarine of the Imperial German Navy. The warship was first commissioned in Kiel, an industrial city at the west-Baltic coast on December 14, 1906. The revolutionary UBoat was 42 meters long and around 4 meters broad which could remain...
- HITLER'S U-BOAT ESPIONAGE.
Riess, Curt // Saturday Evening Post; 5/16/1942, Vol. 214 Issue 46, p16
Reveals the technique of U-boat spying used by the Nazis in Germany. Information on a secret conference of Germans and Japanese in the town of Augsburgs which is designed to coordinate both countries' naval campaigns; Task of the U-boat Espionage to bring agents and U-boat prisoners of war back...
- The New U-505 Experience.
Wise, James // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings; Jul2005, Vol. 131 Issue 7, p60
The article presents information relating to the German 750-ton Type IXC U-boat U-505. It became the first man-o-war since the War of 1812 to be captured by the U.S. Navy in battle on the high seas. Following the end of the war the boat, manned by a U.S. crew, made a war bond subscription tour...
- LUSITANIA (Book).
Adams, Phoebe-Lou // Atlantic (02769077); Feb83, Vol. 251 Issue 2, p105
Reviews the fiction book 'Lusitania,' by David Butler.
- Into the Gray Wolves' Den.
O'Connor, Jerome M. // Naval History; Jun2000, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p18
Focuses on the U-boat bunker bases of Germany located in the Bay of Biscay. Contractor for the submarine pens; Role of U-boat commander Admiral Karl Donitz in transforming the Biscay ports; Adulation for Donitz; Comparison of the construction requirements of the bunker bases with the Hoover Dam.
- We Escaped in an Outlaw U-Boat.
Schaeffer, Heinz // Saturday Evening Post; 11/22/1952, Vol. 225 Issue 21, p22
The article narrates the author's experience as a submariner in her last despairing cruise in the Nazi submarine U-977. She reiterated that the air raid at Kiel, Germany had driven her and others out of the city. She remembered how she commanded her crews to have depth for Snort cruising despite...
- U-BOAT WRECK DISCOVERED.
Lesjak, David // World War II; May2005, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p12
Reports on the discovery of the wreck of a German U-boat by a research team from Eco-Nova Productions, producers of the History Television and National Geographic series "The Sea Hunters" on July 13, 2004. Importance of the discovery to World War II marine archaeology; Background on the...
- Decades-Long Search Leads to Discovery of U-Boat Off Nantucket.
Wiseman, Paul // World War II; Nov/Dec2012, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p12
The article discusses the search for a World War II-vintage German Unterseeboat, or U-Boat, found on the ocean floor off the coast of Nantucket Island. Sunk 68 years ago by U.S. naval forces, the boat was found by the crew of the Tenacious, a dive boat. A causality of the U-Boat was the U.S....
- Pinnipeds on parade.
Pain, Stephanie // New Scientist; 2/14/2004, Vol. 181 Issue 2434, p48
When the first world war began in 1914, Great Britain was unprepared for Germany's U-boat. Germany's fast-growing fleet of submarines was soon taking a huge toll of British ships, threatening to starve the country into submission. For Joseph Woodward, sea-lion trainer extraordinaire, it was a...
- Canada Saved the Day.
Pain, Stephanie // Saturday Evening Post; 8/21/1943, Vol. 216 Issue 8, p104
The article discusses how Canada thwarted the German U-boats in their efforts to invade the U.S. during the 1940s. While U.S. troops were off fighting Japan, the U.S. itself was left with only minor defenses. Thanks to the Canadian freight patrols, the U-boats were unable to pass through.
- U-Boat Attack.
Slayton, Robert A. // Calliope; Apr2014, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p17
The article offers information on the battleship U-Boat, which is considered the most powerful weapon in the world before the World War I in 1914.
- U-boat Still a Threat.
Slayton, Robert A. // Naval History; Apr2007, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p8
The article focuses on the ecological threat posed by the U-864, that was torpedoed and sunk on February 9, 1945 in the North Sea by a British submarine. The U-boat was heading to Japan from Kiel, Germany, carrying 65 tons of mercury for building weapons intended to help the Japanese regain...
- Typhoon (Book).
Conroy, Robert // Library Journal; 3/1/2003, Vol. 128 Issue 4, p121
Reviews the book 'Typhoon,' by Mar Putnam.
- ALEX IMPHANG'S LONGEST RUN.
Gurtner, George // New Orleans Magazine; Oct2004, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p174
Features former art director Alex Imphang. Reason behind the failure of Imphang to pursue a career in track and field; Experiences of Imphang as a deckhand aboard a Danish freighter; Details of an encounter between Imphang and Germans in a U-boat.
Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily; 11/17/2014, pA02
SWEDEN: The gov't said it now has proof that a foreign submarine did illegally operate in its waters last month, but it hasn't ID'd the sub's origin. Sweden unsuccessfully tried to intercept the U-boat, which many experts think came from Russia.
- Lieut. Otto Weddigen's account of the U-9 submarine attack.
Weddigen, Otto // Lieut. Otto Weddigen's Account of the U-9 Submarine Attack; 2009, p1
Presents the account of a German naval lieutenant regarding the German U-9 submarine attack of 1914, during World War I. Initial sighting of English ships; Firing on the Aboukir; English response; Closing comments.
- Chapter One: The German Threat.
Witherbee, Amy // Sinking of the Lusitania; 2008, p1
Presents an overview on the sinking of the Lusitania, one of the largest and fastest ships at the beginning of the twentieth century. Why the Lusitania was thought capable of providing safe passage through German U-boat patrolled waters around Britain during World War I; How the German Embassy...
- Chapter Two: American Neutrality.
Witherbee, Amy // Sinking of the Lusitania; 2008, p2
Presents an overview on the sinking of the Lusitania, one of the largest and fastest ships at the beginning of the twentieth century. Reasons why U.S. citizens considered their neutrality as a protection from German attack; Details on the beginnings of World War I; Atrocities of the war; Why the...