German U-boat Unterseeboot 35 (SM U-35) attacks ships in the Mediterranean Sea during World War I.
Mediterranean Sea Date:1917, April 17 Duration:3 min 26 sec Sound:Yes
Two German officers conferring on land. Views of German U boats in the Mediterranean Sea during World War 1. Men on deck of U-Boat SM U-35 underway in the Mediterranean Sea. Men on the bridge of the U boat look through binoculars. Views of attacks by SM U-35 on several ships, including one sailing vessel with all sails up. A ship sinks after being attacked by the U boat. Crew of SM U-35 review a typed piece of paper with information on all target ships in the area. After sinking a ship, they cross off the line on the list for the ship "Brisbane River", which is listed as a 4,989 grt ship. (War records indicate the Brisbane River was sunk 17 April 1917, 140 miles west of Gibraltar.) Captain of a sunken ship being transferred from a life boat to the U-boat as a prisoner. Unterseeboot 35 strafes and torpedoes 3 other ships and all are shown sinking, including one sailing vessel. Views of German crew inside the U boat as they work on controls, view through periscope, and ready torpedo tubes. Crew also shown operating deck gun to fire on a target ship.
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