Seehund - the first miniature submarine relatively large range, designed for combat actions in the coastal strip of the enemy. From the order of 1000 units were built about 285 units, as Admiral Denitsa preferred project XXIII and the issue Seehund simply not enough resources
U-boats type XXIII belonged to the new generation of German WWII submarines. Designers paid the main attention to increase of speed and range in the submarine position. To the mid 1943 there have designed projects of “electric subs” – ocean type XXI and little coastal type XXIII.
During WWII, the legendary Studebaker US6, became the symbol of the American Lend-Lease program. This excellent vehicle was developed by the famous Studebaker company from an order placed by the US Government.