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U-889's Stern
U-889's Stern

With U-889 out of the water, the submarine's propellers, rudders, diving planes, and rearward-firing torpedo tubes are clearly visible.

The two propellers (centre bottom), each with three paddle-shaped blades, received power from U-889's diesel engines or its electric motors, and drove the submarine through the water. The rudders (twin vertical blades) and diving planes (twin horizontal blades) helped steer and control U-889. Caps covered the two rearward-firing torpedo tubes (centre), opening when a torpedo was to be fired.

George Metcalf Archival Collection
CWM 20010066-044_1



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Damage to HMCS Magog
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U-889's Crew
Inside U-889
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U-889's Aft Torpedo Room
U-889's Stern
U-889's Bridge Superstructure
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    Date created: October 29, 2010