Nazi submarines being disposed of off the coast of Ireland after World War II, during Operation Deadlight
Loch Ryan Scotland Date:1945, November 27 Duration:43 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A newsreel titled "Captured Nazi subs are sunk" shows British and Polish Navy Destroyers disposing of Nazi German submarines off the coast of Ireland soon after the end of World War 2 during Operation Deadlight. View of captured submarines at dock in Loch Ryan, Scotland, including U-1271, U-1301, and a third submarine awaiting scuttling operations. In the next scene, in the North Atlantic off the west coast of Scotland and northwest of Ireland, allied British and Polish sailors from HMS Onslow and ORP Blyskawica destroyers take aim at U-2324 and then fire naval guns at the submarine. Naval guns fire several shots and U-2324 sinks in the North Atlantic.
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