the Germans' launhced the 1st U boat in 1906 and from the German word- U boat-meaning (underseaboot) the meaning explains what type of ship the U boat was like. like a submarine, but even bigger, it's modified karp was 139 feet long, displaced 239 tons, and had a range of 2,000 miles, a surface speed of 11 knots, and a submerged speed of 9 knots, and was joined by it's twin- U-2, in 1908.
Yes the Germans created uboats, they have had them since the dawn of time, litterally
The Allies sunk German Uboats. Uboat, not you-boat. Uboats stand for Unterseeboot - undersea boat.
they were used to kill
The submarines attacked Pearl Harbor
a group of German uboats that hunted Allied and US ships
the u boat is a submarine. it was made to hit and sink British ships
It sank up to 2,779 ships in world war 2
Yeah I actually think the lusitania was one of the first boats sunk from a Uboat
The invention of radar helped the Allies to locate and sink the German U Boats.
the Germans used uboats and kept torpedoing cargo ships so the inhabitants didn't get the supplies they needed
The Germans then threatened to use only Uboats for war and blew up a few ships.