Operation Caesar

Operation Caesar

Operation Caesar was a secret mission carried out by Germany in World War II to supply Germany's faltering ally, Japan, with advanced technology to fuel their war machine. The operation was a complete failure.

The engagement that ended the mission is the only known instance in history of one submerged submarine sinking another submerged submarine.

Read more about Operation Caesar:  The Operation, Action of 9 February 1945, Aftermath, Environmental Impact

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