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English: German submarines at Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, on 17 February 1914. Identifiable are: U 22, U 20, U 19, and U 21 (first row, left-right); U 14, U 15, U 12, U 16, U 18, U-17, and U 13 (second row, left-right); U-11, U-9, U-6, U-7, U-8, and U-5 (third row, left-right). As U 22 (the newest boat) was commissioned in November 1913, the photo was taken in 1914. Caption says: "Our submarine boats in the harbour" (in German).
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frame removed. This is the same view as the German Federal Archive photo File:Bundesarchiv DVM 10 Bild-23-61-20, Kiel, U-Boothafen.jpg but of much better quality.

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17:43, 28 January 2009Thumbnail for version as of 17:43, 28 January 2009899 × 629 (216 KB)Cobatfor== Summary == {{Information |Description=German submarines at Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, in 1914. Identifiable are: ''U 22'', ''U 20'', ''U 19'', and ''U 21'' (first row, l-r); ''U 14'', ''U 15'', ''U 11'', ''U 16'', ''U 18'', and ''U ??'' (second row, l-r
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