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This is an example of a Russian diesel powered submarine, (and not a very well maintained one) There is little information inside which is cramped and awkward to walk through. Unless you are really keen I wouldn't bother going inside as it's expensive and rather...More
This museum was an energy factory for Germany during World War II. Slave laborers, concentration camp inmates, and prisoners of war did all the work under in humane conditions. Rockets were developed and launched here, and many people died. That the technology led to productive...More
I have never been inside a submarine before and the U-Boot museum gave some insight into the oppressive claustrophobic living conditions. However, we were told that the full crew would have been about 80 people. With about a dozen or so manikins around I don't...More
In past, we have seen Uboot in Selinn and Speyer. This one in Peenemunde is the biggest submarine what we have seen. It is Russian privenience and the overall atmosphare is made via dummies of soldiers. This Uboot is ib two floors (access provided to...More
It's true that in something what is called "U Boot museum" we expected something different and especially more than just a single Soviet submarine. If it were anywhere else but right at Peenemunde I'd rather expected something from German history. Well, but anyway - when...More
Well I have to say that my respect for my late Uncle Keith, who did submarine service in the Royal Navy at the end of WW2, has been further emphasised by the visit here. Sure this is a later, ex Soviet submarine, but to be...More