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Fascinating Photo of German U-Boats in Port Around 1915

Take a peek into the past with this fascinating photo of German U-boats in port around 1915. Click on the image for a more detailed version. Don't forget to also check out the photo of the Lusitania.
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It’s hard to apply the adjective “cool” to machines of war, but this 100-year-old photo is fascinating. It shows a number of German U-boats in port around 1915. Click on the image for a more detailed version.

Photograph shows German submarines in a harbor. Front row (left to right): U-22, U-20 (sank the Lusitania), U-19 and U-21. Back row (left to right): U-14, U-10 and U-12.

Source: Library of Congress

Also, don’t forget to check out this great photo of the Lusitania.

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