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The Story of U 87

The U 87 was a submarine of the German Imperial Navy commanded by KptLeut Rudolf von Speth-Schülzburg. On 25 December 1917, the submarine attacked a convoy in the Irish Sea, but was sunk 2 miles NW of Bardsey Island by the escort ships BUTTERCUP and PC 56. All 43 crew died.

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Photograph of Franz Wodrig in Uniform

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Obituary and Photograph of Franz Wodrig in Uniform

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Obituary and Photograph of Rudolf von Speth...

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Obituary and Photograph of Karl Heinrich...

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Photograph of Rudolf Schneider in Uniform

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Franz Wodrig: "Kapitänleutnant Schneiders...

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Letter from Carl Wodrig, Kiel, regarding the...

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