U-3052

CountryGermany
Ship ClassType XXI-class Submarine
BuilderDeutsche Schiff- und Maschinenbau AG
Yard Number1211
Slip/Drydock NumberV
Ordered6 Nov 1943
Laid Down22 Jan 1945

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ww2dbaseThe German Navy issued the order to Deschimag for the construction of submarine U-3052 in Nov 1943. Her keel was laid down on Slip V of the AG Weser yard in Bremen, Germany in Feb 1945, but the construction would not be completed before the end of the war. She was ultimately broken up on the building slips.

ww2dbaseSource: Uboat.net

Last Major Revision: Sep 2021

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U-3052 Operational Timeline

6 Nov 1943 The order for the construction of U-3052 was issued.
22 Jan 1945 The keel of U-3052 was laid down on Slip V of AG Weser shipyard in Bremen, Germany.




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