How did the small, outgunned German fleet manage to strike painful blows to the Great British Navy in WW2? The credit for this success belongs to the German flotilla of submarines: the Unterseeboots, or U-Boats. It's commander, Admiral Karl Doenitz, applied a once 'failed' tactic of 'Wolf Packs' attacks against allied merchant marine vessels, and dealt heavy blows to the British and American forces.
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