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- Title - U.S. Coast Guard Sinks Nazi U-Boat, 1943
- Description - Sinking of U-175. Coast Guardsmen on the deck of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter 'Spencer' watch the explosion of a depth charge which blasted a Nazi U-boat's hope of breaking into the center of a large convoy.
- Description Source - Library of Congress
- Year - April 17, 1943
- SKU - WW-0043
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