29 items in this album on 2 pages.

US Navy photo of the diesel engines aboard the captured U-505, 14 Jun 1944Air operations continue aboard USS Guadalcanal as the ship tows the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505 across the Atlantic, 17 Jun 1944.The after decks of the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505 after several days of pumping the bilges finally evened the trim of the U-Boat, 17 Jun 1944.A deck level view of the back of the conning tower of captured German submarine U-505 shortly after arrival at Bermuda, 19 to 29 Jun 1944. Fleet tug USS Abnaki is at left and covered lighter YFN-275 is at right.
US Navy photo of the diesel engines aboard the captured U-505, 14 Jun 1944Air operations continue aboard USS Guadalcanal as the ship tows the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505 across the Atlantic, 17 Jun 1944.The after decks of the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505 after several days of pumping the bilges finally evened the trim of the U-Boat, 17 Jun 1944.A deck level view of the back of the conning tower of captured German submarine U-505 shortly after arrival at Bermuda, 19 to 29 Jun 1944. Fleet tug USS Abnaki is at left and covered lighter YFN-275 is at right.
The captain’s compartment aboard the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505, Jun 1944.The electric motor control panel aboard the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505, Jun 1944.The forward torpedo room aboard the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505, Jun 1944.At the United States Naval Academy’s centennial exhibition, the captured U-505 and torpedo boat T35 are on display as war trophies, Annapolis, Maryland, United States, Oct 1945
The captain’s compartment aboard the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505, Jun 1944.The electric motor control panel aboard the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505, Jun 1944.The forward torpedo room aboard the captured German Type IXC submarine U-505, Jun 1944.At the United States Naval Academy’s centennial exhibition, the captured U-505 and torpedo boat T35 are on display as war trophies, Annapolis, Maryland, United States, Oct 1945
Chronometer from the German U-505 at the National Museum of the United States Navy in Washington DC, 20 Dec 2018.
Chronometer from the German U-505 at the National Museum of the United States Navy in Washington DC, 20 Dec 2018.

29 items in this album on 2 pages.

Further Reading

Read more about U-505



Search WW2DB & Partner Sites


Famous WW2 Quote
"All that silly talk about the advance of science and such leaves me cold. Give me peace and a retarded science."

Thomas Dodd, late 1945