SAT., MAY 8/2021, 76 TH ANNIVERSARY OF VICTORY IN EUROPE DAY, MAY 8, 1945…@21:50-WELL, U-190, U-889/SURRENDER TO THE ROYAL CANADIAN NAVY, SEVERAL U-BOATS TO THE AMERICANS/U.S.N., U-541 IN GIBRALTAR TO THE ROYAL NAVY/MAY 12-14, etc., NUMEROUS U-BOATS SURRENDER TO ALLIED NAVAL UNITS, R.N., R.C.N., ETC., IN SCOTLAND, IRELAND, U.K., WATERS, THOUGH, THESE TWO U-BOATS WERE STEAMING DOWN TO ARGENTINA; U-530 and U-977…SURRENDERED JULY-AUGUST, 1945.
Blog Credit: Naval Matters.
Yours Aye: Brian Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
German submarines at sea on this day 7 June during the Battle of the Atlantic:
The two U-Boats still at sea on 7 June 1945, 30-days after VE Day, were U-530 (Oblt. Otto Wermuth) and U-977 (Oblt. Heinz Schaeffer). Both submarines were heading for Argentina.