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80-G-41304: German U-boat, U-352, May 1942

<p>80-G-41304: German U-boat, U-352, May 1942. 33 German prisoners were brought ashore at the Navy Yard, Charleston, South Carolina, by US Coast Guard cutter Icarus (WPC-110) after sinking of German submarine, U-352, off the Atlantic coast on 9 May 1942. The Executive Officer of the German submarine repeats in German the instructions given to him by US Navy officers as the crew eat “chow”. Photograph released 2 May 1943.&nbsp;</p>
Caption: German U-boat, U-352, May 1942. 33 German prisoners were brought ashore at the Navy Yard, Charleston, South Carolina, by US Coast Guard cutter Icarus (WPC-110) after sinking of German submarine, U-352, off the Atlantic coast on 9 May 1942. The Executive Officer of the German submarine repeats in German the instructions given to him by US Navy officers as the crew eat “chow”. Photograph released 2 May 1943. Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives. (2014/6/12).
Accession #: 80-G-41304
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