Possible U-Boat Find in Labrador River

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  1. Crimea_River

    Crimea_River Well-Known Member

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    Wow! Great find. Thanks for posting!
     
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    Not sure how to read that image, but an amazing find if it is a U-boat!
    Cheers for posting Andy.
     
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    Interesting indeed, sort of hopefull, sort of repectful with curiosity too, hopefully one way or another, time underwater archeaologists will reveal something.
     
  6. Aaron Brooks Wolters

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    VERY interesting Andy! Thanks for sharing sir! Would be a heck of a find if it actually is a German U-boat.:cool:
     
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    Cool find! Amazing if it is a U-boat!
     
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    very close to Goose Bay could have caused grief with fake signals in radio comms or navaids .Goose Bay was a major ferry departure point for Ferry Command both US and others , the next radio signals would been Greenland 800nm away and not all the crews crossing were experts . Major known example would be Glacier Gal
     
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    100 km inland? WOW!
     
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    Interesting stuff Andy.
     
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    Fantastic...interesting. Now I gotta wait for info on this AND the Spitfires...lol
     
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    What a cool find :D I was about to crack up some joke about our submarines but I won't go there :D hehehe
     
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    That's like discovering a british submarine in the Elbe river past Hamburg - very strange indeed.
     
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    Yeah....
     
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