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Galahad wrote:--My mind is almost a blank, naval-wise, so I'm afraid this one is going to be pretty easy. What is the largest ship ever sunk by a German submarine?
Galahad wrote:--First, the answer I was looking for was the largest ship directly sunk by a German U-boat. I apologize if I was unclear.
Galahad wrote: And now it's Mischa's turn! Again, congradulations!
Polar bear wrote:hi, Mischa, Light cruiser KÖNIGSBERG btw, you are right about my answer being inappropriate as this thread is labeled KRIEGSMARINE greetings, the pb
Polar bear wrote:hello, Mischa, correct, of course. all yours again ! greetings, the pb
Polar bear wrote:hi, Mischa, it is/was the submarine supply ship PYTHON, with the crew of ATLANTIS aboard, sunk by DORSETSHIRE in the South Atlantic on December 1, 1941. The crews, 414 men in all, are first towed by submarines, then taken aboard, get all home. greetings, the pb
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