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|9k||Port side view of U-2513, circa 1945.||Courtesy of u552.de.|
|174k||U-boats at New London: U-2513, U-3008 & possibly U-505, circa 1945.||Photo i.d. courtesy of John Hart, Ric Hedman , Gudmundur Helgason, John Hummel & Robert Morqan.|
USN photo courtesy of Scott Koen & ussnewyork.com
|98k||U-2513, off the Key West Naval Station, Florida, 30 October 1946.||Official USN photo, # 80-G-705562, now in the collections of the National Archives.|
|136k||Port side view of the U-2513 underway off the Key West Naval Station, Florida, possibly on 30 October 1946.||Photograph courtesy of Skip Riser. His father was stationed in Key West, serving on the Chivo 341, Corporal 346 and the U-2513.|
|63k||View of the U-2513's sail, taken at an Atlantic Coast port on 5 November 1946, during a visit by Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, the Chief of Naval Operations. Nimitz is in the right center, with his back to a "whip" radio antenna. Vice Admiral Forrest P. Sherman, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, is in the center, just to the left of FAdm. Nimitz. Note the submarine's insignia, at left.||Collection of Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, USN. Official USN photo, # NH 58138, now in the collections of the National Archives.|
|261k||President Harry S. Truman (second from right, white hat) watches the exercises conducted by the Jack W. Wilke (DE-800) while on board submarine U-2513 on 21 November 1946. Also present is Chief Yeoman Charles Langello (foreground, right), tasked with recording the events of President Truman's vacation trip to Key West, Florida. Others are unidentified. From the album The President's Vacation Trip to Key West, 17-23 November 1946.||Photo # 63-1373-33 courtesy of trumanlibrary.org.|
Photo added 04/08/15.
|120k||President Harry S. Truman tries out a pair of German-made binoculars aboard the submarine U-2513. Photo from the President's vacation trip to Key West, Florida.||Photo # 66-1403 courtesy of trumanlibrary.org.|
|180k||Admiral William Leahy atop the conning tower of submarine U-2513, & Admiral Charles W. Styer, (foreground) Assistant Chief of Naval Operations, while on vacation in Key West, Florida with President Harry S. Truman. From the album The President's Vacation Trip to Key West, 17-23 November 1946. Also visible are Special Counsel to the President Clark Clifford (in white, left) and General Wallace Graham (seated, second from left) take a seat up forward to the top of the submarine.||Source: USN Photos # 63-1373-40: 63-1373-39 & 63-1373-35 are (inserts), courtesy of trumanlibrary.org.|
Photos added 04/08/15.
|87k||President Harry S. Truman (right center, in light cap) leaves U-2513, after visiting the former German submarine on 5 December 1947, probably at Key West Naval Station, Florida. Fleet Admiral William D. Leahy is at the far right. Photographed by MacAfee.||Official USN photo, # NH 99322, now in the collections of the National Archives. Collection of Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, USN.|
|525k||President Harry S. Truman at a ceremony aboard U-2513 on 5 December 1947.
The submarines Sea Leopard (SS-483) and what looks to be the Requin (SS-481) are moored alongside as well as their unidentified tender.
|Source: USN Photos # 59-1330-3 & 59-1330-1 (insert) courtesy of trumanlibrary.org. |
Photo by Bettmann/Getty Images, courtesy of gettyimages.com.
|232k||President Harry S. Truman (in white cap), with Admiral James H. Foskett to his left, receives a bronze plaque and scroll from Lieutenant Commander J. B. Casler aboard the U-2513, declaring President Truman a "Qualified Submariner" after going on board the captured German submarine. Also present is Admiral William D. Leahy (foreground, left). Other sailors and officers are unidentified.||Photo # 63-1379-19 courtesy of trumanlibrary.org.|
Photo added 04/08/15.
|471k||President Harry S. Truman at a ceremony aboard U-2513 on 5 December 1947.||Source: USN Photo # 59-1330-4 courtesy of trumanlibrary.org.|
|338k||President Harry S. Truman showing off his new submarine tie clasp on 5 December 1947. The officers and crew of the submarine U-2513 presented the clasp to President Truman when he visited them while on vacation in Key West, Florida.||Photo # 59-1329 courtesy of trumanlibrary.org.|
|149k||German sub U-2513 with snorkel (fore) US fleet type submarine Cobbler (SS-344) in the center and Cubera (SS-347), with snorkle off the coast of Florida, September 1948.||Photographer: Ralph Morse, courtesy of life.time.com|
|119k||German sub U-2513 with snorkel, September 1948.||Photographer: Ralph Morse, courtesy of life.time.com|
|125k||Men on U-2513 checking out snokel device.||Photographer: Ralph Morse, courtesy of life.time.com|
|100k||Snorkeling intake seen through periscope of U-2513.||Photographer: Ralph Morse, courtesy of life.time.com|
|132k||Snorkling device on top of water.||Photographer: Ralph Morse, courtesy of life.time.com|
|138k||Men checking out equipment on board of submarine U-2513.||Photographer: Ralph Morse, courtesy of life.time.com|
|138k||German snorkle submarine U-2513 that the USA got at the end of the war.||Photographer: Ralph Morse, courtesy of life.time.com|
|624k||Interview with Bill Tebo, former U.S. crewmember of the U-2513.||PDF courtesy of Arnold A. Putnam.|
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