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U-boat (German: U-Boot) is a German military submarine of World War I and II.
U-boat or U-Boot may also refer to:
- U-Boot (beer cocktail), a cocktail made with vodka and beer.
- Das U-Boot, computer software, a GNU GPL boot loader.
- "U Boat", a song on the album Kasabian by the band of the same name
- U-8047 Submarine Museum, a floating museum at Clarence Dock (Leeds) UK.
- U-boat also refers to the "Universal Line" diesel locomotives built by General Electric; see List of GE locomotives.
- U-boat also refers to an Australian class of interurban railcars.
- U-Boats are also carts which are used in the retail industry to move boxes and supplies more quickly and safely through short passageways such as aisles of a retail store
- U-Boat was a term for Jews hiding as non-Jews in Nazi Germany. See Stella Kübler, a "U-Boat" catcher.
- The Southern Railway's U and U1 class locomotives were nicknamed "U-boats".
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