Germany undertakes U-boat campaign to break Allied blockade in World War I
Atlantic Ocean Date:1916 Duration:3 min 44 sec Sound:NO SOUND
German World War 1 U-boat campaign accelerates in 1915. A three-masted schooner slowly sinks after being attacked by a German submarine. A German UB-III class submarine underway on the surface emitting smoke from a stack on the stern deck. A small one-stack merchantman sinking after U-boat attack. Slate refers to German food shortages due to allied blockade, and states U-boat warfare is Germany's answer. Another view of the German UB (coastal torpedo attack boat) submarine. Captain of a U-boat at his periscope. View from periscope of several Allied warships. A submarine slowly submerging to periscope depth. Naval guns in triple turrets of a British dreadnaught fire salvos. Explosion from depth charge raises large column of water. A torpedo leaving a bubble trail as it moves through the water. Starboard aft view of British battle cruiser underway. She has two turrets of heavy guns mounted on her aft deck and two smaller ones in sponsons on her aft starboard side. A British 4-stacker destroyer underway. (WWI; WW1)
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