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.
On February 23, 1919, U-boat SM U-118 of the Imperial German Navy (Reichsmarine) washed up on the beach of Hastings, on the eastern shore of England. The submarine was being towed to a French harbour following cessation of hostilities when cables...
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.