How many officers on board Type VII-C U-boat?

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As the topic states I am curious of how many offiers were on board a type VII-C U-boat during WW2. I know the crew size was typically 42 to 48, but what was the breakdown of the crew?

Bonus points for explanation of each officer's duty.


According to Grey Wolf: U-Boat Crewman of World War II, the officers of a typical crew consisted of…

  • Commander - a Kapitänleutnant or Oberleutnant
  • First Officer - Oberleutnant zur See or Leutnant zur See
  • Second Officer - Leutnant zur See
  • Engineering Officer - Leutnant or Oberleutnant zur See
  • Third Watch Officer - Held by a warrant officer, typically the Obersteuermann (Navigator)
  • Fourth Watch Officer - Non-commissioned held by the Oberbootsmaat (Bosun)

And there were various warrant and petty officers which made up the crew. A complete breakdown is in the book and available via Google Books.

So four commissioned officers for a crew of about 50.


UBOOT: The Board Game

U-BOOT: The Board Game is a fully cooperative, real-time tabletop game of WW2 submarine warfare.

It allows 1 to 4 players to assume the roles of the Captain, the First Officer, the Navigator, and the Chief Engineer on board of a type VIIC U-boat. The game is driven by a companion app, allowing for an unprecedented level of realism, as well as a challenging enemy A.I. which will push your skills to the limit. The action unfolds both on the strategic and the tactical scale, always demanding teamwork, efficient crew management, and quick situation assessment.

Each of the four roles requires unique responsibilities, encouraging the players to develop an efficient communication scheme and use genuine navy terminology. The Captain oversees the completion of mission objectives, supervises action point costs, and is responsible for the crew's morale. The First Officer operates the companion app, manages the flow of information, and takes care of the crew's health. The Navigator steers the submarine by setting its course and depth, but also updates all the essential information on the strategic, and the tactical map. Last, but not least, is the Chief Engineer, who is responsible for the engines, repairs, as well as other mechanical implements on board of the U-boat (such as the ballast tanks, weapon systems, etc.). At the same time, each of the four officers commands his own group of crew members by issuing orders within a worker placement system.

The idea behind the companion app is to deliver a real-time, realistic gameplay experience. To that end, the app features the most essential instruments of the u-boat (such as the periscope, the hydrophone, and the Enigma, among others). Rest assured, however, that the vast majority of gameplay traditionally takes place on the game board, with the instruments revealing otherwise hidden information, and the app requiring only certain data (such as the U-boat's course, speed, etc.) in order to generate an adequate A.I. response of the enemy force. It is also responsible for all the ambient sound effects, thus immersing the players even deeper into the claustrophobic interiors of the type VII C. But fear not! With open & play being a design priority, you will be launching torpedoes in no time, thanks to streamlined rules, video tutorials, and variable difficulty levels for each player.

From quick skirmishes, through full combat missions, to an all-out campaign, UBOOT: TBG will let you conduct submarine operations in all major naval theatres of the 2nd World War. Success of these missions hinges on the completion of various tasks delegated to the crew by the Oberkommando der Kriegsmarine (German Navy HQ), which include patrol duty, ambushing convoys, laying mines in enemy waters, and many more! Each mission will require the players to adopt various strategies and different play styles in order to successfully complete it, and the companion app will generate a detailed report at the end of each game session (evaluating player efforts, and possibly awarding decorations, promotions, etc.). That is, if the U-boat makes it back home.

The stage is set and the crew is awaiting your orders. Do you have what it takes to command the Kriegsmarine's finest? Hunt or be hunted, as you brave the stormy seas of the greatest conflict in history!


UBOOT: The Board Game

UBOOT: The Board Game is a fully cooperative, real-time tabletop game of WW2 submarine warfare. It allows 1 to 4 players to assume the roles of the Captain, the First Officer, the Navigator, and the Chief Engineer on board of a type VIIC U-boat. The game is enhanced by a companion app, allowing for an unprecedented level of realism, as well as a challenging enemy A.I. which will push your skills to the limit. The action unfolds both on the strategic and the tactical scale, always demanding teamwork, efficient crew management, and quick situation assessment.

Each of the four roles entails unique responsibilities, encouraging the players to develop an efficient communication scheme and use genuine navy terminology. The Captain oversees the completion of mission objectives, supervises action point costs, and is responsible for the crew's morale. The First Officer operates the companion app, manages the flow of information, and takes care of the crew's health. The Navigator steers the submarine by setting its course and depth, but also updates all the essential information on the strategic, and the tactical map. Last, but not least, is the Chief Engineer, who is responsible for the engines, repairs, as well as other mechanical implements on board of the U-boat (such as the ballast tanks, weapon systems, etc.). At the same time, each of the four officers commands his own group of crew members by issuing orders within a worker placement system.

The idea behind the companion app is to deliver a real-time, realistic gameplay experience. To that end, the app features the most essential instruments of the u-boat (such as the periscope, the hydrophone, and the Enigma, among others). Rest assured, however, that the vast majority of gameplay traditionally takes place on the game board, with the instruments revealing otherwise hidden information, and the app requiring only certain data (such as the U-boat's course, speed, etc.) in order to generate an adequate A.I. response of the enemy force. It is also responsible for all the ambient sound effects, thus immersing the players even deeper into the claustrophobic interiors of the type VII C. But fear not! With open & play being a design priority, you will be launching torpedoes in no time, thanks to streamlined rules, video tutorials, and variable difficulty levels for each player.

From quick skirmishes, through full combat missions, to an all-out campaign, UBOOT: TBG will let you conduct submarine operations in all major naval theatres of the 2nd World War. Success of these missions hinges on the completion of various tasks delegated to the crew by the Oberkommando der Kriegsmarine (German Navy HQ), which include patrol duty, ambushing convoys, laying mines in enemy waters, and many more! Each mission will require the players to adopt various strategies and playstyles in order to successfully complete it, and the companion app will generate a detailed report at the end of each game session (evaluating player efforts, and possibly awarding decorations, promotions, etc.). That is, if the U-boat makes it back home.

The stage is set and the crew is awaiting your orders. Do you have what it takes to command the Kriegsmarine's finest? Hunt or be hunted, as you brave the stormy seas of the greatest conflict in history!

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The wolf and the…

Much has been reported in newspapers and magazines about the many rescue operations by U-boats in 1945 for civilians from the threatened German Eastern Baltic areas of Memel and East Prussia. In most cases, the stories had only a short remark that reunions of the rescued and the saving U-boat crews long after the war was facilitated by the German U-boat Museum and Archive. Recently, we have published in our series “ Myths ” some compiled information about the contribution by U-boats to the evacuation of civilians from East Prussia across the Baltic Sea, among others also the story of U 999 and its Commanding Officer Wolfgang Heibges.

What was necessary and what detailed work had to be done by the archive to find out more long after the war about stories that came to light by inquiries from people which have been rescued at the end of the war. So, in March of 1984 a certain Mrs. Gisela Müller from Scheidegg-Lindenau wrote to me telling that she plus another women and a total of 7 children (two from Mrs. Müller, a young nice of her and four children from the other women) were rescued by an U-boat on 13 March 1945 from Hela, East Prussia, to the safe West.

Mrs. Müller was the wife of Commander (Eng.) Dipl.Ing. Hans Müller. He was the Chief Engineer of U 38 between October 1938 and June 1940, to then become Command Engineer of the 25th U-boat Flottilla, and eventually to be the desk officer submarines at the ship design commission. At the end of the war he and his family were living in East Prussia. Mrs. Müller asked me whether it would be possible to determine “her U-boat” she managed to reach safety with in the West in March 1945 based on the following, although rather faint data:

  • It has been a U-boat as being on display at the Navy Memorial Laboe (i.e. a Type VII C)
  • The Commanding Officer was called “Wolf” or so, and he was still very young
  • The U-boat departed from Hela, on board about 40 refugees.

She was not able to provide better information, therefore, my detailed research had to start:

  • What type VII C U-boats were in the sea areas of the Eastern Baltic and in East Prussia in March 1945?
  • Which Commanding Officer of such U-boat was called “Wolf”?

To solve the problem I went through our lists of names such as “Wolf”, “Wolff”, “Wulf”, “Wullf”, or so – but none suited, all Commanding Officers carrying those names had been somewhere else. I notified Mrs. Müller about my research.

Two weeks later a letter from Mrs. Müller arrived, telling me that she meanwhile had talked to her oldest daughter, which believed to remember the Commanding Officer used to have played with the seven children on board the brothers Grimm fairy tale “The wolf and the seven little goats”. Therefore, it could well be that the Commanding Officer´s forename was “Wolf” or similar.

CO of U 999 – OlzS d.R (Sub-Lieutenant). Wolfgang Heibges

PC´s were really not common use in 1984, where one simply had to select certain names under the search criteria “Forenames” in the main data bank of “Commanding Officers”. Therefore, I had to thumb through all our files searching for “Wolf”, “Wolff”, “Wulf”, “Wolfram”, “Wolfgang”, or similar, to cross-check whether Commanding Officers with such forename had been in the sea areas with their U-boats at that time. And, there was success in sight: The search criteria matched Wolfgang Heibges and his U-boat U 999. Also, we had a note in our archive´s files that U 999 had taken along refugees in March 1945 when sailing for the West.

I was in contact with Heibges for some time already. So, I called him and asked him whether he had played “The wolf and the seven little goats” with seven children he also had taken on board during his voyage rescuing civilians from East Prussia. He remembered straight away. What happened then was pure joy at all sides: I notified Mrs. Müller and gave her the address of Heibges, she wrote to him, contact was established, they met and became close friends.

This was a wonderful result of our work at the U-boat archive and by myself, namely to have brought together again people which have encountered one another before, although during the dark hours of war under rather different circumstances.

Since 1984, Mrs. Gisela Müller was a close friend of the U-boat archive. Sadly, she passed away on 01st of August 2009, to follow Wolfgang Heibges who died some years earlier on 04 April 2005.

Mrs. Müller´s daughter, who had helped so much to solve our name problem through her memories and who was just 8 years old in 1945, remains in close contact to us. Mrs. Anita Krenz and her husband, Dr. Reinhard Krenz, are members of the association of friends of the archive (FTU).

Text by Horst Bredow (28 August 2012) – Pictures: Deutsches U-Boot Museum


U-Boot: The Board Game

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U-BOOT: The Board Game is a fully cooperative, real-time tabletop game of WW2 submarine warfare, designed by Iron Wolf Studio. It allows 1 to 4 players to assume the roles of the Captain, the First Officer, the Navigator, and the Chief Engineer on board of a type VIIC U-boat. The game is driven by a companion app, allowing for an unprecedented level of realism, as well as a challenging enemy A.I. which will push your skills to the limit. The action unfolds both on the strategic and the tactical scale, always demanding teamwork, efficient crew management, and quick situation assessment.

Each of the four roles entails unique responsibilities, encouraging the players to develop an efficient communication scheme and use genuine navy terminology. The Captain oversees the completion of mission objectives, supervises action point costs, and is responsible for the crew's morale. The First Officer operates the companion app, manages the flow of information, and takes care of the crew's health. The Navigator steers the submarine by setting its course and depth, but also updates all the essential information on the strategic, and the tactical map. Last, but not least, is the Chief Engineer, who is responsible for the engines, repairs, as well as other mechanical implements on board of the U-boat (such as the ballast tanks, weapon systems, etc.). At the same time, each of the four officers commands his own group of crew members by issuing orders within a worker placement system.

The idea behind the companion app is to deliver a real-time, realistic gameplay experience. To that end, the app features the most essential instruments of the u-boat (such as the periscope, the hydrophone, and the Enigma, among others). Rest assured, however, that the vast majority of gameplay traditionally takes place on the game board, with the instruments revealing otherwise hidden information, and the app requiring only certain data (such as the U-boat's course, speed, etc.) in order to generate an adequate A.I. response of the enemy force. It is also responsible for all the ambient sound effects, thus immersing the players even deeper into the claustrophobic interiors of the type VII C. But fear not! With open & play being a design priority, you will be launching torpedoes in no time, thanks to streamlined rules, video tutorials, and variable difficulty levels for each player.

From quick skirmishes, through full combat missions, to an all-out campaign, UBOOT: TBG will let you conduct submarine operations in all major naval theatres of the 2nd World War. Success of these missions hinges on the completion of various tasks delegated to the crew by the Oberkommando der Kriegsmarine (German Navy HQ), which include patrol duty, ambushing convoys, laying mines in enemy waters, and many more! Each mission will require the players to adopt various strategies and different play styles in order to successfully complete it, and the companion app will generate a detailed report at the end of each game session (evaluating player efforts, and possibly awarding decorations, promotions, etc.). That is, if the U-boat makes it back home.

The stage is set and the crew is awaiting your orders. Do you have what it takes to command the Kriegsmarine's finest? Hunt or be hunted, as you brave the stormy seas of the greatest conflict in history!

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U-Boot: The Board Game

U-BOOT: The Board Game is a fully cooperative, real-time tabletop game of WW2 submarine warfare. It allows 1 to 4 players to assume the roles of the Captain, the First Officer, the Navigator, and the Chief Engineer on board of a type VIIC U-boat. The game is driven by a companion app, allowing for an unprecedented level of realism, as well as a challenging enemy A.I. which will push your skills to the limit. The action unfolds both on the strategic and the tactical scale, always demanding teamwork, efficient crew management, and quick situation assessment.

Each of the four roles requires unique responsibilities, encouraging the players to develop an efficient communication scheme and use genuine navy terminology. The Captain oversees the completion of mission objectives, supervises action point costs, and is responsible for the crew's morale. The First Officer operates the companion app, manages the flow of information, and takes care of the crew's health. The Navigator steers the submarine by setting its course and depth, but also updates all the essential information on the strategic, and the tactical map. Last, but not least, is the Chief Engineer, who is responsible for the engines, repairs, as well as other mechanical implements on board of the U-boat (such as the ballast tanks, weapon systems, etc.). At the same time, each of the four officers commands his own group of crew members by issuing orders within a worker placement system.

The idea behind the companion app is to deliver a real-time, realistic gameplay experience. To that end, the app features the most essential instruments of the u-boat (such as the periscope, the hydrophone, and the Enigma, among others). Rest assured, however, that the vast majority of gameplay traditionally takes place on the game board, with the instruments revealing otherwise hidden information, and the app requiring only certain data (such as the U-boat's course, speed, etc.) in order to generate an adequate A.I. response of the enemy force. It is also responsible for all the ambient sound effects, thus immersing the players even deeper into the claustrophobic interiors of the type VII C. But fear not! With open & play being a design priority, you will be launching torpedoes in no time, thanks to streamlined rules, video tutorials, and variable difficulty levels for each player.

From quick skirmishes, through full combat missions, to an all-out campaign, UBOOT: TBG will let you conduct submarine operations in all major naval theatres of the 2nd World War. Success of these missions hinges on the completion of various tasks delegated to the crew by the Oberkommando der Kriegsmarine (German Navy HQ), which include patrol duty, ambushing convoys, laying mines in enemy waters, and many more! Each mission will require the players to adopt various strategies and different play styles in order to successfully complete it, and the companion app will generate a detailed report at the end of each game session (evaluating player efforts, and possibly awarding decorations, promotions, etc.). That is, if the U-boat makes it back home.

The stage is set and the crew is awaiting your orders. Do you have what it takes to command the Kriegsmarine's finest? Hunt or be hunted, as you brave the stormy seas of the greatest conflict in history!

Contents:
Cardboard U-BOOT model
16 plastic crew miniatures
1 plastic 88mm gun miniature
1 plastic 20mm gun miniature
1 plastic conning tower equipment
1 Rulebook
1 Tactical Guide
4 cardboard player boards
4 cardboard watch tiles
97 cards
219 tokens
Cardboard Attack disk
Cardboard ruler and protractor
Navigation maps chart
Captain’s log chart
Allied vessel identification chart
Enigma messages code sheet
Cloth bag
Pencil
10 zip bags


U-Boot The Board Game

U-BOOT: The Board Game is a fully cooperative, real-time tabletop game of WW2 submarine warfare. It allows 1 to 4 players to assume the roles of the Captain, the First Officer, the Navigator, and the Chief Engineer on board of a type VIIC U-boat. The game is driven by a companion app, allowing for an unprecedented level of realism, as well as a challenging enemy A.I. which will push your skills to the limit. The action unfolds both on the strategic and the tactical scale, always demanding teamwork, efficient crew management, and quick situation assessment.

Each of the four roles requires unique responsibilities, encouraging the players to develop an efficient communication scheme and use genuine navy terminology. The Captain oversees the completion of mission objectives, supervises action point costs, and is responsible for the crew’s morale. The First Officer operates the companion app, manages the flow of information, and takes care of the crew’s health. The Navigator steers the submarine by setting its course and depth, but also updates all the essential information on the strategic, and the tactical map. Last, but not least, is the Chief Engineer, who is responsible for the engines, repairs, as well as other mechanical implements on board of the U-boat (such as the ballast tanks, weapon systems, etc.). At the same time, each of the four officers commands his own group of crew members by issuing orders within a worker placement system.

The idea behind the companion app is to deliver a real-time, realistic gameplay experience. To that end, the app features the most essential instruments of the u-boat (such as the periscope, the hydrophone, and the Enigma, among others). Rest assured, however, that the vast majority of gameplay traditionally takes place on the game board, with the instruments revealing otherwise hidden information, and the app requiring only certain data (such as the U-boat’s course, speed, etc.) in order to generate an adequate A.I. response of the enemy force. It is also responsible for all the ambient sound effects, thus immersing the players even deeper into the claustrophobic interiors of the type VII C. But fear not! With open & play being a design priority, you will be launching torpedoes in no time, thanks to streamlined rules, video tutorials, and variable difficulty levels for each player.

From quick skirmishes, through full combat missions, to an all-out campaign, UBOOT: TBG will let you conduct submarine operations in all major naval theatres of the 2nd World War. Success of these missions hinges on the completion of various tasks delegated to the crew by the Oberkommando der Kriegsmarine (German Navy HQ), which include patrol duty, ambushing convoys, laying mines in enemy waters, and many more! Each mission will require the players to adopt various strategies and different play styles in order to successfully complete it, and the companion app will generate a detailed report at the end of each game session (evaluating player efforts, and possibly awarding decorations, promotions, etc.). That is, if the U-boat makes it back home…

The stage is set and the crew is awaiting your orders. Do you have what it takes to command the Kriegsmarine’s finest? Hunt or be hunted, as you brave the stormy seas of the greatest conflict in history!


Evolution of U-Boat types

However when WW2 broke out, the Kriegsmarine had only about 53 operational submarines in service. Under Albert Speer, the production was rationalized (prefab modules & sections), simplified and extended to many suppliers to dodge allied bombings, culminating in a bunkerized factory for the Type XXI in 1945. Germany also devised the most innovative submarine type during the war, using the close-circuit Walter propulsion, although still largely experimental when the war ended. Compromises were found for two 1944 types that could have changed ASW warfare completely and decisively. We can also add the numerous German midget-submarines that were devised in these last years. So this article is about the U-Boat types, the operational ones and prototypes, up to paper projects, all 26 German submarine types registered in the nomenclature.


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Feb 17, 2018 - The WWII era U-Boat model from Jasmine is the smallest of all its models and is the perfect kit for an experienced modeler. Tweezers are suggested for this one, as well as a magnifier as parts are very small. The U-Boat by Jasmine is the perfect rainy day project. Use fast setting CA glue only Late War Type VIIC & VIIC/41 Configurations (1.0Mb) Intended to help modellers choose a late war VIIC or VIIC/41 U-boat, this discusses the Atlantic bow, planked deck, Askania magnetic compass fairing and other late war features. A table which lists all of the VIICs and VIIC/41s in order of launch date is included . TYPE VII-C -U-BOAT KIT . 1/32 Scale 82.5 x 7.5 x 6 Fittings and contents List for kit continued: 1 x detailed 88mm deck cannon SKC35 on LC35 mount 1 x 20mm MGC30 A.A. Gun on LC30 mount. 1 x Anchor Main diagram plan sheet (half scale size ) showing elevation of boat, and deck plan layout

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Regular price $18.60. 1/72 DKM Uboot KDB (Kristalldrehbasisgerat) Regular price $12.30. 1/72 DKM Uboot Bow Anchor. Regular price $13.40. 1/72 DKM U-Boot VIIC Conning Tower Detail KIT. Regular price $56.30. 1/72 DKM U-Boot VII/C Conning Tower. Regular price $87.00 I am wanting to do a type VIIB or VIIc german U boat. my problem is 1) I dont do kits to me most are a waste of money as I usually have to replace tons of contents because they are inferior quality 2) I am a designer and scratch builder I only like to build from a set of plans or of my own design (it is just the satisfaction I get plus the best way to learn stuff via trial and error

The design of the Type I was further used in the development of the Type VII and Type IX. Type VII submarines were the most widely used U-boats of the war and were the most produced submarine class in history, with 703 built. The type had several modifications. The Type VII was the most numerous U-boat type to be involved in the Battle of the Atlantic. Crew quarters. Crew quarters. Crew quarters. The galley. The bog, again. Engine roo March 20th, 2015. U-Boat type VII C Project. Team project modeling. Basic level CATIA V5R20 File Upper Pressure Hull for Revell Type VII/C U-Boat Blue Ridge Models 1:72 BRM-72001 2012 | New tool. Revell Type VII 1:72 PE Brass Upgrade Kit Modelbrass Metalworking 1:72 7201 2011 | New tool. U-Boot VIIC White Ensign Models 1:72 PE 7203 2004 | New tool. U-Boot VII C Torpedo sectio The type VIIC was a slightly modified version of the successful VIIB. They had basically the same engine layout and power, but were slightly larger and heavier which made them not quite as fast as the VIIB. 5 torpedo tubes (4 at the bow and one at the stern) were installed in all but the following boats only two bow tubes (U-72, U-78, U-80, U-554 and U-555) and no stern tube (U-203, U-331, U.

Andrea's 1/32 scale Type VIIC U-Boat Conning Tower is available online from Squadron Introduction Andrea Miniatures of Spain has a series of 54 mm submarine-themed products ranging from a full 32nd scale 6 foot monster to sections of the UVII-C reproduced This is not an old blueprint but a real blueprint made from an original drawing on typical blueprint type paper. German submarine U-94 was a type VII-C of Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine during WW2. She was laid down in September 1939 at the F. Krupp Germaniawerft in Kiel as 'werk 599' and launched on 12 June 1940

Ubåtsklass Typ VII (tyska: U-boot-klasse VII eller U-boot Typ VII) var under andra världskriget den vanligaste typen av ubåtar i Tysklands Kriegsmarine och tillverkades i ett flertal olika underklasser.. Fler än 700 producerades och ytterligare 160 hade planerats, men avbröts i och med de nya Typ XXI-ubåtarnas lansering. En berömd ubåt av den här typen är U-96 som Lothar-Günther. . The 7C U-boats (VII C), introduced in 1940, had a further increase in displacement and fuel capacity, more torpedo reloads, and a better AA armament. Contracts were placed for 688 submarines of this type, though later some of these were cancelled and others were destroyed by enemy action during construction.-4 Revell U-Boat Type VII C/41 Atlantic Version 1:144 Scale. Price: £19.99 (Including VAT) Part No: RV05100. Quantity: Temporarily Unavailable. Buy any selected plastic kit and get a 10% discount off the price shown, buy 4 or more and get a 15% discount off each model Allied Plane (Probably Mustang) The working redstone engine can be heard through the whole boat via redstone magic. U-Boats were one of the most dangerous submarines during WWI and WWII. They are regarded as the most succsessful submarine of World War II. This boat is based on the VII C version Untersee Boot Type VIIC (U-Boat Type VIIC) Spotlighting lets you share this airplane with all of your followers. This is a great way to help new players get the recognition they deserve for their work. Click the Spotlight button below and all of your followers will receive a notification

Type VII U Boat Model, Type VII Submarine, Type VIIC U-Boat, U-Boat Model Kits, German Type VII U-Boat, Revell 1 72 U-Boat, U-Boat 1 72 Scale Revell, U-Boat Type VIIC 41, Type 23 U-Boat, Type-7 U-Boat, Type 9 U-Boat, Model U-Boat Dioramas, U-Boat Type VII C, U-Boat Cutaway, Type VII U-Boat Interior, U-Boat 3D Model, Type VII U-Boat Blueprints. I have not seen a type VII in person, however these kits build into a realistic running model with a little time and effort. Good luck, wish I had more info on the VII kit for you. If it is anything like the u-25 it shoud be fine. On another note, these are a basic type of kit Dkm U Boat Type Vii U 47 Prien dkm u boat type vii f dkm u boat type viic Blueprint category: submarines-germany. Home - Naval Ships, All Eras 3Views and Blueprints - submarines-germany - dkm u boat type vii u 47 prie Type VIIc U-Boat 3D, available formats MAX, FBX, LWO, LW, LWS, 7c boat boot, ready for 3D animation and other 3D project Jun 25, 2020 - The WWII era U-Boat model from Jasmine is the smallest of all its models and is the perfect kit for an experienced modeler. Tweezers are suggested for this one, as well as a magnifier as parts are very small. The U-Boat by Jasmine is the perfect rainy day project. Use fast setting CA glue only

The Type VII U-Boats were one of the most successful submarine types of World War Two. They were built in a number of variations and saw widespread service with the Kriegsmarine. This latest Classic Warships book arrives just as the new Revell Type VIIc U-Boats are getting into the hands of modelers Pontos have turned their attention to the somewhat venerable 1:72 Revell MK V11 U-boat. I have had this kit in my stash for years now, its big box languishing, unwanted, on my shelves - Pontos has reactivated my interest in it. The instructions, 6 pages of them, are the usual coloured A3 sizes pages and are clear and comprehensive

A german WW2 submarine can be toured in Kiel. Come join me when I go inside and experience history through the lense of my camera.You wanna support me direct.. German submarine U-995 is a Type VIIC/41 U-boat of Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine and it was the workhorse of the German submarine fleet during World War Two. She was laid down on 25 November 1942 by Blohm & Voss in Hamburg, Germany, and commissioned on 16 September 1943 with Oberleutnant zur See Walter Köhntopp in command

It gives overall informations of the type VII- especially VIIC- german u-boat workhorse of the WW2 u-boat war. Photographs, facts and very detailed and easy read drawings ( worked out from the original plans )gives the reader unpayable knowledge of the class. Everyone interested in the history of u-boats will benefit from this book U-Boat Type VIIC - U 82 built by Karl Pesek (1:72) Despite the fact that I build military vehicles in 1:72 scale, I could not resist the temptation to buy this U-boat kit Developed in consultation with Friedrich Grade, ex chief-engineer of U-96 (the boat famously portrayed in the book 'Das Boot', and the 1981 film by the same name), and by working closely with Blueprint Archive, Bundesarchiv, the Nation Archive (NARA), the Technisches Museum U-995 and many other sources, we've managed to re-create the type VII U-Boat to a never before seen level of depth and.

U-Boat Type VIIC 3D model. 1 / 25. U-Boat Type VIIC 3D model. Add to wish list Remove from wish list. Description Comments (6) Reviews (0) The German submarine U 69 was launched 2 November 1940. On 17 February 1943 the ship was sunk by the British destroyer 'Viscount' when attacking a convoy east of Newfoundland The Type XXI U-boat series began with U-2501 and ended with the U-3530. Two major variants were ultimately proposed in the Type XXIB and Type XXIC models with the former having an increased number of torpedo tubes to twelve while the latter would have seen its torpedo tubes increased to a an optimistic eighteen U-boat Owners Workshop Manual: 1936-45 Type Viia, B, C and Viic/41, an Insight into the History, Development, Production and Role of the German Submarine Fleet Alan Gallop 4,5 sur 5 étoiles 11 Hey there U-boat lovers! Lately i've been reading a lot on uboat.net(amazing website i discovered recently).Also played a lot of silent hunter III.I observed that the type IX(and the type VII to some degree) was able to carry aditional external torpedoes.In the actual game to reload this external torpedoes takes a few hours in witch the crew and the submarine are very vulnerable.My question is. Illustrator files are made with Adobe Illustrator CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6 and CC if you work in an earlier, older version of Illustrator, I can export the file as a legacy format for you. Dimensions on the car vector drawings are in SI units and thus in millimeters. U-boat Type VII Type 7 outlines. U-boat Type VII Type 7 templates

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Aug 9, 2018 - Type VIIC U-Boat by Frank Dargies (Revell 1/72 VII y IX en Trondheim color.jpg 343 × 331 128 KB VIIC vector.svg 978 × 222 662 KB Whaler from HMCS Chilliwack alongside captured German submarine U-744 - A140824.jpg 482 × 480 39 K

U-BOAT TYPE VIIC GERMAN SUBMARINE DETAILED PLAN KRIEGSMARINE UNTERSEEBOOT 1939. MEASUREMENT : 14 X 8 1/2 . LABELS ARE NOT LEGIBLE. AFTER WATCHING THE MOVIE DAS BOOT I STARTED SEARCHING FOR THE PLAN OF THE SUBMARINE. WHEN I FOUND IT I WAS AMAZED HOW SMALL THE INSIDE WAS The Type VII B U-boats came into service during peace time, but after war broke-out in 1939, they proved their outstanding utility as a prefect front-line submarine. They fulfilled all requirements completely. Nevertheless, even before war time there were attempts to make some other improvements, which eventually led to the Type VII C U-boat: 1 U-Boat Warfare: The Evolution of U-Boat Wolf Packs by Jak P. Mallman-Showell. The U-Boat: The Evolution and Technical History of German Submarines by Eberhard Rossler. Das Boot - Director's Cut (Superbit Collection) (1982) The U Boat Commanders Handbook by The High Command of the German Navy. Return to to 1/72 U-BOOT Type VII C Detail Up Set Composed of 60 Scribed Brass / 2 Photo Etching sheets / Resin 1 Part / Stained Wooden Deck for one kit Recommended kits: 1/72 Revell U-Boot VII C (05015) Manual : Page1 Page2 Page3 Page4 Page5 Page6. Package Label. Scribed Brass 60 parts : Photo Etching 2 sheets Resin 1 part. Polished Brass Screw

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U-boat 94 sank 26 ships in ten patrols and was a member of six wolfpacks but was herself sunk by a US aircraft and a Canadian warship in August 1942. Plan measures 20 x 22 and is produced on standard type blueprint paper. I.D. #21 u-boat type viic german submarine detailed kriegsmarine unterseeboot 1938photocopied plan. after watching the movie das boot i started searching for the plan of the submarine. when i found it i was amazed how small the inside was The Krick Type 7 U-Boat is a highly detailed kit complete with: ABS plastic hull halves, deck moulding, conning tower and internal structures. Detailed surface deck moulding. Two Cast white metal gun kits. Ballast tank pump. Twin drive motors, couplings, shafts and props. All R/C linkages and connectors

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German Type VII U-Boat Basic Kit (Krick 1:60) Description. Reviews. Description. Details. The Type VII was the most famous WWII submarine built, with1000 built in different versions. This type of submarine is characterized by its particularly harmonious line shape that resembles more a ship, than that of modern submarines Apr 9, 2019 - The WWII era U-Boat model from Jasmine is the smallest of all its models and is the perfect kit for an experienced modeler. Tweezers are suggested for this one, as well as a magnifier as parts are very small. The U-Boat by Jasmine is the perfect rainy day project. Use fast setting CA glue only Dkm U Boat Type Vii C dkm u boat type vii b dkm u boat type vii c 1940 Blueprint category: submarines-germany. Home - Naval Ships, All Eras 3Views and Blueprints - submarines-germany - dkm u boat type vii c Jul 23, 2016 - Kriegsmarine - U-564 - Was a (220.2') Type VIIC U-Boat - Commissioned 3 April 1941 - Damaged by Bombs During a Battle with a RAF Short Sunderland off Cape Finisterre on 13 June 1943. The Sunderland was Shot Down with No Survivors. Unable to Dive U-564 was Returning to Bordeaux When it was Spotted by a RAF Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Bomber Crush Depth: U-Boat Simulator is a world-scale World War II naval simulator with unparalleled depth and realism the definitive submarine simulation experience. Operate and maintain the U-Boat's complex machinery, engage enemy against enemy naval, land, and air assets, navigate by the stars, sustain your physical well-being, and enjoy the lighter.

Feb 14, 2021 - U-96, Type VIIC U-boat. Model airplanes ships aircraft aviation. Custom limited edition airplane aircraft model. Space ship models and spacecraft models too Typical curve deck on a type VIIC U-Boat (U 427, photo Carl-Gabriel von Gudenus). 1429x2101 px, 600 dpi, 401 Kb. Port diesel engine in a type VIIC U-Boat (U995, photo Daniel Schinnerl). The Schnorchel permitted to sale in immersion with the diesel engines and to recharge the batteries. 1016x1522 px, 300 dpi, 248 Kb A walk-through of a u-boat built in Brickadia, by user Rothary. Create . Make social videos in an instant: use custom templates to tell the right story for your business Tarnung U-480.jpg 558 × 422 32 KB. Type VIIC U-boat schematic drawing.jpg 6,238 × 2,750 2.86 MB. Type VIIC U-boat schematic drawing.png 6,238 × 2,750 1.55 MB. Type VIIC's Balcongerät Inner.png 2,913 × 526 292 KB. Type VIIC's Balcongerät Outer.png 6,180 × 1,330 4.25 MB

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U-995 Typ VIIC/41 1/72 Scale Model. Saved by Modelwork Scale Model Store. 167. People also love these ideas. Dec 24, 2015 - U-Boat Type VII C by Chris Wauchop (Revell 1/72 Jan 5, 2016 - U-Boat Type VII C by Chris Wauchop (Revell 1/72 Oct 9, 2017 - Revell 1/72 scale Type VIIC U-Boat by Frank Dargies: Imag

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Three dimensional cutaway model of a Type VII-C U-Boat. This Type 7C U-Boat, cutaway was designed using original blueprints, plans and drawings The Type XXI was a bigger boat than the Type VII it was well designed and resembled in no way a stopgap construction. The new boat's hull was designed for high underwater speeds its shape reflected a change in design: All earlier submarines had essentially been surface vessels that submerged for short spells - this would be a real submarine for the first time


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