The War Illustrated, No. 223, Vol. 9, January 4th 1946

/ I U -Boat i d J^o- i u t-ed a $16 A t l antic Ste U M-ON ITS LAST JOURNEY, ONE OF 110 SURRENDERED U-B OATS is towed by a British naval craft up the waters of Lough Foyle, near Londonderry, to be scuttlcd in “Operation Deadlight ”(see pages 552-553) in the North Atlantic. The submarines were sunk with engines and gear intact. Many were of the Mark 23 type, of 250 tons, specially designed for use against Allied shipping in the Thames estuary. Five .squadrons of U-boat- killers of R.A.F. Coastal Command took part in the Operation. Photo, Keystone rnnted in England and published every alternate Friday by the Proprietors, Tin: Amai.uamatkd I’RKSS, Lth.,,TIip Kleetway House, J^arringdon Street, l/inden. K.C.4. Registered for transmission by Canadian Magazine Post. Sole Agents for Australia and New-Zealand :Messrs. Gordon <V. Gotch, Ltd .and for South Africa :Central i>C c\vs Agency. Ltd.—January 4,1940. S.S. Editorial Address: john car pen te rho use, white fr ia rs, Lon don, e.c .4.
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