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U 35 in 1918
Posted by: Nom Anor ()
Date: March 04, 2018 09:48AM

Hi. I have a small question. U-35 is obviously the most successful U-boat of all time. But she sank no more ships after March 1918, after von Arnauld de la Perière left her. I wonder why that was so. Did she go out on any more patrols? Was she simply too worn out for further active service? I know that U-boats stationed in Austro-Hungarian bases suffered from severe logistical problems by 1918, with repairs and maintenance taking longer than before. Is it something to do with that?

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