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U-boat is the anglicised version of the German word U-Boot [ˈuːboːt] ( listen), a shortening ... The inventor and engineer Wilhelm Bauer had designed this vessel in 1850, and Schweffe...

Germans unleash U-boats - Jan 31, 1917 - HISTORY.com


On this day in History, Germans unleash U-boats on Jan 31, 1917. Learn more about what happened today on History.

U-boat | German submarine | Britannica.com


Jun 25, 2014 ... undersea boat”), a German submarine. The destruction of enemy shipping by German U-boats was a spectacular feature of both World Wars I ...

U-boats - History Learning Site


Either way, by 1939, Germany had nearly 50 operational U-boats for the war. Ten more had been built but were not fully operational in September 1939.

BBC iWonder - Was the WW1 U-boat a death trap?


How dangerous was it to be in a U-boat in World War One? ... 1916 the depth charge (known as the wasserbombe by the Germans) was invented and deployed.

The U-boat War in World War One (WWI) - Kaiserliche Marine ...


The U-boat proved its worth as a serious fighting machine right at the beginning of WWI when Kptlt. Otto Weddigen in his small U-9 sank 3 British cruisers in less  ...

A rare glance into the heart of a WWI German U-boat - Business ...


Feb 11, 2016 ... During WWII, Germany built 1162 destructive "U-boats," which is short for the German word "Unterseeboot," or undersea boat. ... SEE ALSO: Hitler created the largest gun ever, and it was a total disaster. More: World War I ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Who Invented The U Boat&v=RCrzaC4aLPg
Aug 10, 2009 ... U Boats, and how they were used in WWI. ... U-BOATS: The Most Feared Fighting Ships Of The Battle - World Documentary Films HD ...

How WWI's U-Boats Launched the Age of Unrestricted Warfare - Wired


Sep 22, 2014 ... The German navy used the Unterseeboot, or U-boat, to sink 5,000 ships measuring more than 13 million gross register tons during the war.

The U-Boat Campaign That Almost Broke Britain | Imperial War ...


This left U-boats vulnerable to attack, especially after the British introduced 'Q- ships' ... In November 1916, Admiral Jellicoe created an Admiralty Anti- Submarine ...