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This article by Willard C. Frank Jr is from Warship International, #1, 1989. https://www.dropbox.com/s/6qiaua67yrpcbhg/1%20312.jpg?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/f9z78k2hegicx0t/1%20313.jpg?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/71rdn6j4nox1y68/1%20314.jpg?dl=0
This article is by dr. Ron van Maanen: welcome Ron! Please visit his interesting blog! The major Dutch submarine builder before the Second World War was the shipyard Kon. Mij. De Schelde established in 1875 at Vlissingen, Netherlands. She built the first Dutch submarine Hr.Ms. O1 (former Luctor et Emergo) in 1904-1906 using an American … Continue reading The never built Dutch Schelde – Gunning submarine minelayer of the 1930s
Preserved at the Central naval museum Saint Petersburg. Full info on this class .
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This model is preserved at the Dutch Navy Museum in Den Helder. Full info on this ship here.
100m depth, off Olbia. She struck a mine. Full article here (Italian), several pictures here.
On March 16th, 1916 a huge explosion was heard and a tall water column seen just outside the Taranto harbor. It was obvious that an enemy submarine, an Austro-Hungarian one, had hit the harbor mine defenses. On further examination, it became evident a mine layer vessel became victim of one of its weapons, it was found … Continue reading The Regia Marina, KuK and SMS submarine (UC-12, U.24, X1)