Wreck of Rare Kriegsmarine B-boat Found near the Coasts of Denmark

In April this year (2018), during a project mapping sunken vessels in the North Sea and Skagerrak, the Sea War Museum in Thyborøn made a sensational discovery.

Lying 123 metres down, ten nautical miles north of Skagen, was the wreck of the most advanced type of Kriegsmarine u-boat produced: a type XXI.

After the war, Britain, France and Russia all built a number of ex-Nazi type-XXI submarines in order to study the technology.

In Russia they became known as the Whiskey-class boats and were used right up into the 1980s. One memorably ended up stranded in the Swedish skerries

Read more here

12 comments

  1. tonytran2015 · May 6, 2018

    It looks like the victors want to take the inventions, products then destroy the culture by mass migration.

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    • vikinglifeblog · May 6, 2018

      I was thinking the same, there are so many examples of the allies stealing German technology or just stealing in general. There can be no doubt about Germany deserving their good brand “Made in Germany”.

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