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  • On 18 February 1940, German submarine U-23 sinks the British HMS Daring, killing 157. While many think the ‘Phoney’ war was quiet and boring, German submarines were already very active during the first months of the war. The commander of the U-23 is Otto Kretschmer who *SPOILERS* would become the most successful German U-boat commander of World War Two. He entered  service back in 1936,  and commanded the U-35 from July 1937 onwards.
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He became commander of the U-23, a Type IIB coastal U-Boat in September 1939. In the first eight months of the war were limited because of the limited capabilities of the Type II submarine. Besides the HMS Daring, he sank a tanker in January and nothing Major besides that. He would take command of a Type VII U-Boat in April with which he would gain his fame, but that lies in the future.
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The Type II U-boat, of which 50 were made, is quite small compared to other submarines. However, since Germany had to rebuilt its submarine fleet and its training program after being abolished after World War One, these were quite useful for preparing new commanders and crewmen for the future, as well as helping to establish new and modern submarine tactics. The Type II has three torpedo tubes, a crew of 25  and a speed of 13 knots (24 kmph) surfaced and 7 knots (13 kmph) submerged. They are strictly ‘coastal’, as they  are not seaworthy enough for the Atlantic. Instead, they mainly patrolled the Baltic Sea and the North Sea.
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Photo: Photo of the German Type II U-boat U-9, which was a similar type as the U-23 (of which there are no available photos).
Source: Imperial War Museums, no. HU 1012.
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#1940 #WorldWarTwo #WW2 #WWII #WorldWar2 #History #War #TimeGhost #OnThisDay #OTD #military #Submarine #Uboat #Sub #Captain #commander #Navy #HMS #Daring #Ace #TypeII #knots #Submerge #Periscope #WorldWarOne #TheGreatWar #BalticSea #Norway #Patrol #Northsea
  • On 18 February 1940, German submarine U-23 sinks the British HMS Daring, killing 157. While many think the ‘Phoney’ war was quiet and boring, German submarines were already very active during the first months of the war. The commander of the U-23 is Otto Kretschmer who *SPOILERS* would become the most successful German U-boat commander of World War Two. He entered service back in 1936, and commanded the U-35 from July 1937 onwards.
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    He became commander of the U-23, a Type IIB coastal U-Boat in September 1939. In the first eight months of the war were limited because of the limited capabilities of the Type II submarine. Besides the HMS Daring, he sank a tanker in January and nothing Major besides that. He would take command of a Type VII U-Boat in April with which he would gain his fame, but that lies in the future.
    .
    The Type II U-boat, of which 50 were made, is quite small compared to other submarines. However, since Germany had to rebuilt its submarine fleet and its training program after being abolished after World War One, these were quite useful for preparing new commanders and crewmen for the future, as well as helping to establish new and modern submarine tactics. The Type II has three torpedo tubes, a crew of 25 and a speed of 13 knots (24 kmph) surfaced and 7 knots (13 kmph) submerged. They are strictly ‘coastal’, as they are not seaworthy enough for the Atlantic. Instead, they mainly patrolled the Baltic Sea and the North Sea.
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    Photo: Photo of the German Type II U-boat U-9, which was a similar type as the U-23 (of which there are no available photos).
    Source: Imperial War Museums, no. HU 1012.
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    #1940 #WorldWarTwo #WW2 #WWII #WorldWar2 #History #War #TimeGhost #OnThisDay #OTD #military #Submarine #Uboat #Sub #Captain #commander #Navy #HMS #Daring #Ace #TypeII #knots #Submerge #Periscope #WorldWarOne #TheGreatWar #BalticSea #Norway #Patrol #Northsea
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  • In every woman there is a Goddess who comes to light through her clothing. That's a great statement to make on a Sunday and one sustained by Malaga's designer @maykasantosmodaflamenca throughout her new collection "Mis Diosas" shown at the Simof this year
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📷 2019/Mickaël Chavet/Rex
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  • In every woman there is a Goddess who comes to light through her clothing. That's a great statement to make on a Sunday and one sustained by Malaga's designer @maykasantosmodaflamenca throughout her new collection "Mis Diosas" shown at the Simof this year
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    📷 2019/Mickaël Chavet/Rex
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    https://www.shutterstock.com/editorial/entertainment/mayka-santos-show%2C-runway%2C-simof%2C-seville-2019-02-10
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How dare you walk tall when they’re so much on your ever drooping shoulders.
How dare you?!
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How dare you run when they’re telling you to crawl.
How dare you beat on the chest of the Creator of the world and question His ways. 
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How dare you soar?
How dare you not listen to the statistics and the voices trying to make white noise over the REAL voice that you crave? 
How dare you see the beauty in the moments, no matter how small. Or realize what’s really important and chase that. 
And learn to rest and not to quit. 
And drive back the darkness that threatens to choke out all joy.
How DARE YOU?! I DARE YOU.
Fly.
Soar.
Scream.
Hear my babies’ laughter bubbling out of a heart twisted up with fear AND tenacity.
Have the audacity to see Grace in the mundane and Peace in the seething hurricane.
I DARE YOU.
It’s all there at the threshold of your greatest jump. 
I’m standing there too, friends. 
Wanna jump together? 
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  • How dare you.
    How dare you walk tall when they’re so much on your ever drooping shoulders.
    How dare you?!
    How dare you trust God when you’ve been pushed under the rolling waves of pain and disease.
    How dare you have that audacious laugh that blinds the fear and makes the anxiety shatter.
    How dare you run when they’re telling you to crawl.
    How dare you beat on the chest of the Creator of the world and question His ways.
    How dare you step out of the boat of comfort and complacency towards that man from Galilee and try to walk on water?! How dare you fly?
    How dare you soar?
    How dare you not listen to the statistics and the voices trying to make white noise over the REAL voice that you crave?
    How dare you see the beauty in the moments, no matter how small. Or realize what’s really important and chase that.
    And learn to rest and not to quit.
    And drive back the darkness that threatens to choke out all joy.
    How DARE YOU?! I DARE YOU.
    Fly.
    Soar.
    Scream.
    Hear my babies’ laughter bubbling out of a heart twisted up with fear AND tenacity.
    Have the audacity to see Grace in the mundane and Peace in the seething hurricane.
    I DARE YOU.
    It’s all there at the threshold of your greatest jump.
    I’m standing there too, friends.
    Wanna jump together?
    I DARE YOU.
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    Have you been to the Edna Mode experience as part of the Incredible Celebration at Hollywood Studios? Not only can you meet the greatest designer of all time {her words not mine} but you can see some of her 💥incredible💥 designs on display including Frozone’s ever elusive super suit.

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  • On 18 February 1940, German submarine U-23 sinks the British HMS Daring, killing 157. While many think the ‘Phoney’ war was quiet and boring, German submarines were already very active during the first months of the war. The commander of the U-23 is Otto Kretschmer who *SPOILERS* would become the most successful German U-boat commander of World War Two. He entered  service back in 1936,  and commanded the U-35 from July 1937 onwards.
.
He became commander of the U-23, a Type IIB coastal U-Boat in September 1939. In the first eight months of the war were limited because of the limited capabilities of the Type II submarine. Besides the HMS Daring, he sank a tanker in January and nothing Major besides that. He would take command of a Type VII U-Boat in April with which he would gain his fame, but that lies in the future.
.
The Type II U-boat, of which 50 were made, is quite small compared to other submarines. However, since Germany had to rebuilt its submarine fleet and its training program after being abolished after World War One, these were quite useful for preparing new commanders and crewmen for the future, as well as helping to establish new and modern submarine tactics. The Type II has three torpedo tubes, a crew of 25  and a speed of 13 knots (24 kmph) surfaced and 7 knots (13 kmph) submerged. They are strictly ‘coastal’, as they  are not seaworthy enough for the Atlantic. Instead, they mainly patrolled the Baltic Sea and the North Sea.
.
Photo: Photo of the German Type II U-boat U-9, which was a similar type as the U-23 (of which there are no available photos).
Source: Imperial War Museums, no. HU 1012.
.
#1940 #WorldWarTwo #WW2 #WWII #WorldWar2 #History #War #TimeGhost #OnThisDay #OTD #military #Submarine #Uboat #Sub #Captain #commander #Navy #HMS #Daring #Ace #TypeII #knots #Submerge #Periscope #WorldWarOne #TheGreatWar #BalticSea #Norway #Patrol #Northsea
  • On 18 February 1940, German submarine U-23 sinks the British HMS Daring, killing 157. While many think the ‘Phoney’ war was quiet and boring, German submarines were already very active during the first months of the war. The commander of the U-23 is Otto Kretschmer who *SPOILERS* would become the most successful German U-boat commander of World War Two. He entered service back in 1936, and commanded the U-35 from July 1937 onwards.
    .
    He became commander of the U-23, a Type IIB coastal U-Boat in September 1939. In the first eight months of the war were limited because of the limited capabilities of the Type II submarine. Besides the HMS Daring, he sank a tanker in January and nothing Major besides that. He would take command of a Type VII U-Boat in April with which he would gain his fame, but that lies in the future.
    .
    The Type II U-boat, of which 50 were made, is quite small compared to other submarines. However, since Germany had to rebuilt its submarine fleet and its training program after being abolished after World War One, these were quite useful for preparing new commanders and crewmen for the future, as well as helping to establish new and modern submarine tactics. The Type II has three torpedo tubes, a crew of 25 and a speed of 13 knots (24 kmph) surfaced and 7 knots (13 kmph) submerged. They are strictly ‘coastal’, as they are not seaworthy enough for the Atlantic. Instead, they mainly patrolled the Baltic Sea and the North Sea.
    .
    Photo: Photo of the German Type II U-boat U-9, which was a similar type as the U-23 (of which there are no available photos).
    Source: Imperial War Museums, no. HU 1012.
    .
    #1940 #WorldWarTwo #WW2 #WWII #WorldWar2 #History #War #TimeGhost #OnThisDay #OTD #military #Submarine #Uboat #Sub #Captain #commander #Navy #HMS #Daring #Ace #TypeII #knots #Submerge #Periscope #WorldWarOne #TheGreatWar #BalticSea #Norway #Patrol #Northsea
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