AT SEA: Churchill v. Chain Belt

Mass production of U-boats for Ger many was described last week in Berlin's authoritative Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung, with the implication that production would soon be one per day. "Every shipyard in Germany suitable for submarine building has been pressed into service," said the article. "Furthermore, only the hulls are constructed in yards, while all internal equipment, superstructure, armaments and the like are built in the interior of the country. The time required for construction, from keel-laying to commissioning, is therefore extremely short. . . . A sufficient number of reserve crews...

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