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Burial at sea for a casualty of the battle for Iwo Jima aboard troop transport USS Hansford while she was evacuating wounded men to Saipan 25-28 February 1945.

Burial at sea for a casualty of the battle for Iwo Jima aboard troop transport USS Hansford while she was evacuating wounded men to Saipan 25-28 February 1945.

An image of dead German soldiers, killed by a single shell. This photo was taken early on in the battle, in July 1917. By the time Canadians arrived in October, countless scenes like this had been repeated across the increasingly rain-sodden ground. Imperial War Museum/Wikimedia Commons

An image of dead German soldiers, killed by a single shell. This photo was taken early on in the battle, in July 1917. By the time Canadians arrived in October, countless scenes like this had been repeated across the increasingly rain-sodden ground. Imperial War Museum/Wikimedia Commons

Most successful WW1 U-boats

The U-boat War in World War Two (Kriegsmarine, and World War One (Kaiserliche Marine, and the Allied efforts to counter the threat. Over pages on the officers, the boats, technology and the Allied efforts to counter the U-boat threat.

On 9 May 1945, U-3017 surrendered at Horten, Norway, before participating in any war patrols. She was later transferred to Oslo on 18 May 1945, then moved to Lisahally, Northern Ireland, on 3 June 1945, arriving 7 June 1945. U-3017 would be spared, for a time, becoming a British N-class submarine, N41, used for testing and then in November 1949, broken up at Newport, Wales

On 9 May 1945, U-3017 surrendered at Horten, Norway, before participating in any war patrols. She was later transferred to Oslo on 18 May 1945, then moved to Lisahally, Northern Ireland, on 3 June 1945, arriving 7 June 1945. U-3017 would be spared, for a time, becoming a British N-class submarine, N41, used for testing and then in November 1949, broken up at Newport, Wales

Arizona in the East River New York City circa mid-1916.

Arizona in the East River New York City circa mid-1916.

A German U-Boat washes up on the shores of Hastings, England in 1919.

A German U-Boat, washes up on the shores of Hastings, England in 1919 after breaking loose from her moorings in a storm. She was already a surrendered war prize.

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