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    WWII German submarine "Biber"

    I bumped into this large well made model at the Allentown Forks of Delaware gun show https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biber_(submarine), it was sold right after I took pictures.
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    I will bet the real one had to fire both torpedoes as a salvo - rather hard to maneuver with just one attached.

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    They have midget Jap and German submarines at the Groton Museum.
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