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German U boats wash up on the shore of an English beach after World War 1. The U-boats were being towed back to England when the storm struck, severing the tow lines. Three U-boats washed up on English beaches where they sat until the English navy and salvage crews pulled them free. They were later scrapped.

German U-Boat Submarine Washed ashore in Hastings-Sussex (England) Some or almost half, of the 380 U-boats used by the German navy in World War I were lost. Several U-boats with the German Imperial Navy are still considered missing today.

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The day a U-boat ran aground off Hastings: Haunting pictures show German warship washed onto beach after WWI as it sailed to France

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A beached German U-Boat in Hastings, England. U118 was being towed after the war (1919) when the towline broke. It was probably an eerie sight for beachgoers.

A German U-Boat, washes up on the shores of Hastings, England in 1919 after breaking loose from her moorings in a storm. She was already a surrendered war prize.

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