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Foca-class submarine

The Foca class were a group of three minelaying submarines built for the Regia Marina during the 1930s. All three sister ships played minor roles during the Second World War. One was lost to unknown causes while trying to lay a minefield off Brit ...


Italian 600 Series submarines

The 600 Series were sea-going submarines, though designated as coastal-type submarines, built for service in the Mediterranean. They were built to conform to the interwar naval treaties arising from the 1922 Washington and 1930 London conferences ...


Italian submarines of World War II

TheItalian submarine fleet of World War II With 116 submarines, it was The largest in the world at the time. It saw action during the Second World War, serving mainly in the Mediterranean. During the conflict 88 submarines, some two-thirds of its ...


Type 3 submergence transport vehicle

The Type 3 submergence transport vehicle was a class of transport submarines built for the Imperial Japanese Army during the Second World War. The IJA planned to build over 400 boats, however only 38 boats were completed until the end of war. The ...


HNLMS Dolfijn (1942)






HNLMS Zeehond (N73)


Orzel-class submarines


United States S-class submarines of the Polish Navy


Pravda-class submarine

The Pravda class or P-class submarines were built for the Soviet Navy in the mid-1930s. They originally served as training ships, then later served in World War II for mainly transport duties. They were intended to operate with the surface fleet ...


Soviet K-class submarine

The design was approved in 1936 as a long range "cruiser submarine" with a heavy torpedo and gun armament. The boats could operate as a "fleet submarine" working with the battle fleet or as long range commerce raiders. They were a significantly i ...


Dekabrist-class submarine

The Dekabrist -class were the first class of submarines built for the Soviet Navy after the October Revolution. They were authorized in the Soviet Naval Shipbuilding Program of 1926. Operational-tactical requirements and design concepts were form ...


Leninets-class submarine

The Leninets or L class were the second class of submarines to be built for the Soviet Navy. They were minelaying submarines and were based on the British L-class submarine, HMS L55, which was sunk during the British intervention in the Russian C ...


Soviet M-class submarine

The M-class submarines, also Malyutka class, were a class of small, single-, or 1½-hulled submarines built in the Soviet Union and used during World War II. The submarines were built in sections so they could easily be transported by rail. The pr ...


Soviet submarine V-2


Soviet submarine V-3


Soviet submarine V-4


HMS P511


HMS P512


HMS P514


HMS P551


HMS P552


HMS P553


HMS P554


HMS P555


British S-class submarine (1931)

The S-class submarines of the Royal Navy were originally designed and built during the modernisation of the submarine force in the early 1930s to meet the need for smaller boats to patrol the restricted waters of the North Sea and the Mediterrane ...


Grampus-class submarines


Odin-class submarines of the Royal Navy


Parthian-class submarines


British U-class submarines


British V-class submarines


Gato-class submarine

The Gato -class was a class of submarines built for the United States Navy and launched in 1941–1943; they were the first mass-production U.S. submarine class of World War II. Together with their near-sisters the Balao and Tench classes, their de ...


Mackerel-class submarine

The Mackerel -class submarines were a pair of experimental prototype submarines built just prior to World War II and launched in 1940 and 1941. The two submarines were similar in size and capability to the S-class submarines built at the end of W ...


United States O-class submarine

The United States Navys sixteen O-class submarines were created out of the lessons learned from the L class. The O class were about 80 tons larger than the L class, with greater power and endurance for ocean patrols. Due to the American entry int ...


United States Porpoise-class submarine

The Porpoise class were submarines built for the United States Navy in the late 1930s, and incorporated a number of modern features that would make them the basis for subsequent Salmon, Sargo, Tambor, Gato, Balao, and Tench classes. Based on the ...


United States S-class submarine

The United States S-class submarines, often simply called S-boats, were the first class of submarines with a significant number built to United States Navy designs. Others of this class were built to contractor designs. The United States Navy com ...


Salmon-class submarine

The United States Navy Salmon -class submarines were an important developmental step in the design of the "fleet submarine" concept during the 1930s. An incremental improvement over the previous Porpoise class, they were the first US submarine cl ...


Sargo-class submarine

The Sargo -class submarines were among the first US submarines to be sent into action after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, starting war patrols the day after the attack, having been deployed to the Philippines in late 1941. Similar to the p ...


Tambor-class submarine

The Tambor -class submarine was a United States Navy submarine design, used primarily during World War II. It was the USNs first fully successful fleet submarine, and began the war close to the fighting. Six of the class were in Hawaiian waters o ...



The V-boats were a group of nine United States Navy submarines built between World War I and World War II from 1921 to 1934. These were not a ship class in the usual sense of a series of nearly identical ships built from the same design, but shar ...


German torpedo boat Lowe (1938)


German torpedo boat Panther (1940)


German torpedo boat TA32


German torpedo boat Tiger (1940)


Type 35 torpedo boat

The Type 35 torpedo boat was a class of a dozen torpedo boats built for Nazi Germanys Kriegsmarine in the late 1930s. Although the first boats were completed a few months after the start of World War II in September 1939, none of them were able t ...


Type 37 torpedo boat

The Type 37 torpedo boat was a class of nine torpedo boats built for Nazi Germanys Kriegsmarine during World War II. Completed in 1941–1942, one boat helped to escort a commerce raider passing through the English Channel into the Atlantic Ocean i ...


Type 35 torpedo boats


Type 37 torpedo boats


Type 39 torpedo boats

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