U208 at Culmore Point

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German U-boat U-208 sailing past Culmore Point, Derry, to Lisahally docks where it is to be surrendered to Allied forces. In the background, other U-boats can be seen, with an RAF Spitfire and Liberator flying overhead.

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U208 at Culmore Point




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H 60 x W 100 cm

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