German Submarines

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Brazilian Expeditionary Force - The Navy
... and 570 sailors of the military navy, a total of 36 ships sunk by the Germans, and more than 350 dead in 3 accidental sinkings ... navy conducted 574 operations that protected 3,164 merchant ships German submarines U-boats were only able to sink three ships ... In the fight against German submarines, Brazilian frigates and submarines used sea mines and depth charges ...
Army Air Forces Antisubmarine Command - Operations - AAF Antisubmarine Command
... The First Air Force had been engaged in anti submarine war for almost a year ... effective organization and made plans for a larger anti submarine force ... The principal mission of AAFAC was to be "the location and destruction of hostile submarines wherever they may be operating" ...
Axis Naval Activity In Australian Waters - Conclusions - Casualties
... A total of six German surface raiders, four Japanese aircraft carriers, seven Japanese cruisers, nine Japanese destroyers and twenty eight Japanese and German submarines operated ... In exchange, the Allies sank one German surface raider, one full-sized Japanese submarine and two midget submarines within Australian waters, resulting in the deaths ... A further two German submarines were sunk while en route to Australian waters with the loss of 81 sailors ...
Brazilian Navy - History - World Wars (1917-1945) - Second World War (1942-1945)
... In early 1942, German Submarines aimed to interdict supplies from reaching the Britain and the Soviet Union ... Enemy submarines managed to sink only three vessels ... According to German documentation the Brazilian Navy made over sixty-six attacks against German submarines ...

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