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Type UA "Batiray"

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Type UA "Batiray"

Postby PPoS on 25 Dec 2004 16:33

What happend to the Type UA submarine built by Germania Werft for export to Turkey, but it was never delivered to Turkey.

It stayed in the Kriegsmarine, but what is its history? I know it was first launched in 1938.
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Postby Jan-Hendrik on 25 Dec 2004 17:06

Spend most time as training sub ....

http://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Waf ... ote/UA.htm


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Postby Königstiger on 07 Jan 2005 20:51

But not all the time...

http://uboat.net/boats/ua.htm

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Postby Igor Geiller on 08 Jan 2005 11:52

Hi

If you understand french, you can read here the history of this submarine:

http://perso.wanadoo.fr/sous.marin/u-a.htm

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Postby Temren on 13 Feb 2006 19:10

"Saldýray" and "Batýray" names was given by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. Saldýray means "Attacker Moon" Batýray means "Sinker Moon"...

Just a photo from a Janes war ships book(sorry i don't have a scanner)..
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Postby zmija on 25 Mar 2006 21:11

From Die deutschen Kriegsschiffe by Heinz Ciupa.
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Postby PPoS on 27 Mar 2006 17:08

Thx for the great pics!
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http://www.u-historia.com/ History of UBootwaffe in Spanish
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Re: Type UA "Batiray"

Postby Bruce7506 on 05 Jun 2010 21:26

Hello

U-A Batiray : Somes pictures
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Re: Type UA "Batiray"

Postby Mischa on 06 Jun 2010 07:45

Hello Pascal,
thank You very much for those pictures. UA (Der Optimist) is my one of the "best" boats in the UBootwaffe and Kriegsmarine :D
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Re: Type UA "Batiray"

Postby Bruce7506 on 06 Jun 2010 14:45

Thanks Mischa

Now, Batiray emblems and somes kaleuns !!
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Hans Cohausz
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Re: Type UA "Batiray"

Postby Mischa on 06 Jun 2010 15:29

Hello Bruce7506,

lovely pictures, thank You very much.
I will complete that the lucky man in his black hat (Optimist) to choose as symbol from "UA" was an idea of her commandant, Cohausz. The whale was "met" on the 2. patrol near the equator, when UA rammed under water a big whale. Here You all can read more abou this lucky UBoot: http://www.uk-muenchen.de/ueber_uns/web_inhalt.htm, but it is in German and here in English http://www.uk-muenchen.de/english/eng_index.htm
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Re: Type UA "Batiray"

Postby Jan7 on 06 Jun 2010 18:22

Thanks, Pascal for your photos!

Thanks, Mischa for your information about the name of the submersible.....I don't known until today!




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Re: Type UA "Batiray"

Postby vladalex on 16 May 2013 16:56

Bruce7506 wrote:Hello

U-A Batiray : Somes pictures

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Hello Pascal,
Are you able and have enough time to detail something about 10,5 cm L/? C/? gun of ex. turkish Batiray ? :)
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