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WW II U-Boat . During WWII the U-boat was Germany's main naval attack. This is an example of the type IX U-boat. These had an elongated second level that had an anti-aircraft machine gun. On the main part of the bridge is the entrance hatch and movable up/down periscope. The main deck forward the bridge is a 5 inch deck gun and anti-sub net cutter. Behind the bridge is sometimes another machine gun. There are four torpedo tubes forward and two aft along with a mine layer. The name U-701 does not have anything to do with the real U-boat, its just my address number. Believe it or not I was intending to build a plane, when an idea popped in my head( when I was smaller I was always attempting to create a U-boat, but only had "blocks" and never liked the way they looked) I could use these pieces to build a U-Boat! And instantly became excited! .


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