German U-156 with its decks crowded with survivors from the British RMS Laconia prior to the submarine being attacked by an American bomber, Sep 15, 1942.U-156 and U-507 with survivors of RMS Laconia in the Atlantic Ocean, 15 Sep 1942Korvettenkapit├Ąn Werner Hartenstein of U-156 addressing his crew somewhere in the Atlantic Theater, 1942-43.
German U-156 with its decks crowded with survivors from the British RMS Laconia prior to the submarine being attacked by an American bomber, Sep 15, 1942.U-156 and U-507 with survivors of RMS Laconia in the Atlantic Ocean, 15 Sep 1942Korvettenkapit├Ąn Werner Hartenstein of U-156 addressing his crew somewhere in the Atlantic Theater, 1942-43.
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