WARSHIP WEDNESDAY, June 2/2021@23:57-WELL, THIS IS A BIT DIFFERENT, FOR U-190 BEING A GERMAN KRIEGSMARINE U-BOAT, THOUGH, TO SOME A SUBMARINE AND NOT A WARSHIP…WELL IF Y’ALL WERE SERVING IN WARSHIP IN W.W.II/1939-1945, AND THE U-BOAT SUNK YOUR WARSHIP; YOU MAY THINK DIFFERENTLY!!!
ANYWAYS, RESEARCH U.BOAT.NET ON U-190; AND ALSO WHEN U-190 ATTACKED H.M.C.S. CARLPLACE K 664…IN SOCIAL MEDIAS FLICR/H.M.C.S. CARLPLACE.
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Yours Aye: Brian Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
Here at LSOZI, we are going to take off every Wednesday for a look at the old steam/diesel navies of the 1833-1946 time period and will profile a different ship each week. These ships have a life, a tale all their own, which sometimes takes them to the strangest places.- Christopher Eger
Warship Wednesday, April 17, 2018: Canadian Snorkel Power
Here we see IXC/40-class submarine U-190 of the German Kriegsmarine sailing to Bay Bulls, Newfoundland in May 1945, under escort by Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) vessels including the Fairmile-type motor launch seen in the distance. If you note, she is flying the RCN’s White Ensign and had just become the country’s first post-WWII submarine.
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