North Korea also employs the much larger, man Sang-O class of midget subs. The only other damage to Sydney Harbour was caused by shells from defending warships landing on shore installations. Whether or not these vessels were indeed its targets may never be definitively ascertained; however, the evidence cited for identification of the wreck as being Itou seems to be compelling. However, on D-Day, the American ships and landing craft headed for "Utah" beach were sent westward by the current and its assault troops waded ashore at the wrong location. X was towed for a considerable distance, but finally had to be scuttled when the weather deteriorated to a stage where the lives of the passage crew commanded by Lt Peter Philip of the South African Naval Forces were becoming endangered.
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Only two transport ships were sunk and the Bibers were withdrawn to Rotterdam. Expected to deal a much heavier blow to the unsuspecting Americans than would the aircraft, the submarine attack came to nothing with all five midgets being destroyed and the large boats failing completely in their task of sealing off the entrance of the harbour. These men were patriots of the highest order. Both members of the submarine's crew committed suicide.
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Since the Americans guarding the bridges had orders to fire at anything in the river, the periscopes of the Bibers were disguised with grass and weeds to look like clumps of vegetation floating naturally down river. Check it out on Amazon Another possibility is that the lack of a sail combined with short overall length points to a novel propulsion arrangement. In the chapter of comedies that followed, the unfortunate Italians were first believed and then disbelieved and finally forced to stay on board the ship until their charges went off and they were able to escape in the subsequent confusion. The craft was half submerged and taking on water when the decision was made to abandon her through the single escape hatch.