After Pearl Harbor, Japanese submarines make their mark while US and allied subs retreat to safer waters. Meanwhile, a dramatic incident in the South Atlantic turns an already grim U-boat war even darker.
It’s early 1942 and Hitler has declared war on the United States.
Dönitz sends his U-boats to the mostly unprotected US east coast while slowly but surely the Allies start to implement new anti-submarine warfare technology.
December 1941. You know what that means.
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March to December 1941. US president Roosevelt wanted to help Britain against the U-boat scourge but had to do so secretly. The result was a confusing, undeclared war against Germany. Meanwhile, more U-boats are finally coming online and the Battle...
May 1940 – February 1941. Even with his small fleet of U-boats, Karl Dönitz is making an impact while Germay’s new Italian friends join the fray. Meanwhile, Norway and France fall to the Nazis, providing Dönitz more bases to operate from...
The Kriegsmarine was not ready and Karl Dönitz knew it. But there was no escaping Hitler’s war. The U-boats would have to make do.
We’re in the Interbellum. While one half of the world was done with war, the other half was gearing up for a new one.
It’s 1918 and the convoy system has dashed any remaining hope of the German empire winning the war by U-boat.
It’s 1917 and the German high command has realized that they can’t go on like this. Great Britain must be brought to its knees before the United States will inevitably join the allies. And so the Kaiser bets all his money on the U-boat...
It’s 1915. With the Imperial Navy locked safely inside its harbours, the Germans decide to unleash their U-boats in the first bout of unrestricted submarine warfare. It does not go well.