Yes, A German U-Boat sunk The Lusitania, eventually causing The United States to join the war, I'd say that's a huge impact.
Undoubtedly. The submarine came of age in World War 1, but its success was less than it could have been because admirals preferred to fight with massive fleets of surface ships. Navies had submarines in earlier wars (late 1800's, early 1900's), but they were held out of action. In World War 1, the submarine proved itself a warship that could no longer be ignored. As evidence that submarines were not taken seriously before the war, no anti-submarine weapons were invented until after submarines began sinking enemy ships.
The most famous submarines of WWI were the German U-Boats (U standing for Untersee, the German word for underwater)
A U-boat was a submarine used by Germany in World War 1 and World War 2.
United States Submarine Operations in World War II was created in 1949.
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United States Submarine Operations in World War II has 577 pages.
World War 1
It was a submarine in world war 1 or 2
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The first submarine wasn't invented in World War 1 but was invented in 1773 in the Revolutionary War by David Bushnell. It was called the Turtle.
Yes. The Chicagoans(or the United States Navy) have captured the World War two German submarine and it was brought into Chicago in the year 1956 but now that kind of real World War two combat submarine is for display.
Germany's submarine warfare was unrestricted. These attacks led to World War I.
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A submarine sunk the liner 'Lusitania'. Many Americans died. USA was horrified, declared war on Germany.
it wass Germany i pretty sure but i cloud be wrong but take my word for it. __ When the war started in 1914, England had the largest submarine fleet in the world.
submarine are important because it help alot of people doring world war 1.
Only one US submarine sank in World War One.
Submarines changed war. They played a big part of World War I and II.