4805 # U-Boot VIIB U-48 Das U-Boot ist eine Serie von einigen deutschen Unterwasserschiffen aus der Zeit des 2. Weltkrieges. Hauptkampfstärke der deutschen U-Bootwaffe. Im Typ VIIB wurde der zweite Ruderbogen zustätzlich verbaut. Auf den frei werdenden Rau
Das Boot (The Boat) is a graphic and gripping tale that follows the daring patrol of U-96, one of the famed German U-Boats known as 'The Grey Wolves'. Prowling the North Atlantic, they challenged the British Navy at every turn. The crew aboard the U-96 is portrayed in a desperate life-and-death struggle, coping with endless hours of claustrophobic boredom at sea, which quickly gives way to terror when confronting the enemy. Relentlessly under attack, the U-96 is forced to unheard of depths, the creaking hull threatening to collapse and crush the panicked sailors. Orinignally nominated for six Academy Awards - Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Sound Effects, Best Editing and Best Screenplay Adaptation, The Director's Cut includes over one hour of additional footage and delivers an amazingly realistic account of Germany's Elite U-boat crewmen, placing the viewer at the heart of the ship's appalling conditions. Special Features: Wolfgang Petersen - Back To The Boat -Documentary Going Deeper: Maria's Take, The Perfect Boat - The Director's Cut Captain's Tour - Inside the Boat The Battle of the Atlantic (1983) Behind the Scenes (1981) Commentary with Director Wolfgang Peterson
Revell German Submarine Type VII C/4 1/72Modellbausatz der am häufigsten gebauten U-Boot Klasse der Geschichte. Merkmal des Typ VII C/41 war der "große Wintergarten" mit zusätzlicher Bewaffnung und der aufrichtbare Schnorchelmast. Inklusive
In War Stories III: The Heroes Who Defeated Hitler, Marine combat veteran Lt. Colonel Oliver North gives you a chance to revisit the frontlines with infantrymen slugging their way up the boot of Italy, bomber pilots threading the shell bursts over Germany, and sailors of the U.S. Navy and Merchant Marines dueling German U-Boats in the icy Atlantic. The whole panoramic spectacle of the war in Europe is here, from the perspectives of American, British, Russian, French, and even German individuals who saw history unfold before their eyes. War Stories III brings to life the massive battles that finally defeated Nazi Germany - and the incredibly heroic American servicemen who saved the world from Nazi tyranny. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Steven Roy Grimsley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/000938/bk_acx0_000938_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
La Kriegsmarine, la Marina da guerra tedesca, sotto il comando del grandammiraglio Erich Raeder, fu protagonista della guerra sul mare del Terzo Reich nel corso della seconda guerra mondiale. Molti furono gli scenari bellici e numerose le battaglie combattute dalle corazzate, dalle navi da battaglia e dai sommergibili comandati da Karl Dönitz, i temutissimi U-boot. Questo volume illustra le fasi principali della storia della Kriegsmarine. The Kriegsmarine, the German Navy, under the command of Grand Admiral Erich Raeder, was the protagonist of the war at sea in the Third Reich during the Second World War. There were many scenes of war and many battles fought by battleships and submarines commanded by Karl Doenitz, the dreaded U-boats. This book illustrates the main stages of the history of the Kriegsmarine. Please note: This audiobook is in Italian. 1. Italian. Lorenzo Visi. http://samples.audible.de/bk/area/000104/bk_area_000104_sample.mp3.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Ruhleben barracks (German: Ruhleben-Kaserne) is part of the German Naval establishment located in Plön, Holstein, Germany. From 1940 to 1945 it was home to the III U-Boat Training Division (III Untersee-Boot Ausbildungsabteilung). On April 22, 1945 Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz moved the headquarters of the Naval High Command (Oberkommando de Marine) there. As of April 30, 1945 until May 2, 1945, following Dönitz being named head of the German Reich, it was the de facto capital of Germany. On May 7, 1945, the installation was captured by British Forces who installed themselves there and renamed it the Connaught Barracks. Towards the end of formal British occupation, the British set up the King Alfred School on March 10, 1948 to teach the children of the British military service personnel stationed in Germany.