German U-Boats in Argentina 1945 – U-977

On 17 August 1945, over 3 months after Germany’s surrender, the submarine U-977 suddenly appeared in Argentina. She was the second U-Boat to surrender at Mar del Plata in mysterious circumstances. Where had U-977 been since leaving Norway and what was her mission? Was there an organised U-Boat mission to Argentina involving several vessels at the end of the war?

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