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Book One World War Three 1946

Book One World War Three 1946
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Saturday, September 10, 2011

The Little Ones

North Sea
September 8th, 1946
Depth 100 meters
Conning Tower
Former Kriegsmarine U3041 Type XXI U-boat
Re-Named Soviet Naval Vessel B-30

I can’t believe they’ve turned this beautiful killing machine into an oil tanker and supply ship. How stupid can they be back at headquarters? We carry many more torpedoes than those little midgets. We could do so much more damage than those two fish the midget carries.

“Did you look at the condition of those crew men after they crawled out of that little sausage? I don’t think they will ever walk again. What a joke to expect them to ever get back in those death traps again. They are not meant to be out there so far from home.”

“Be quiet Number One. We only have 6 B subs and there are hundreds of those midgets. If we can extend their range by giving relief to their crews and resupply them to double their range that is a mission worth running. The Brits will never know what hit them. So many attacks from so many places yet no subs to sink. “

“I guess your correct comrade. Imagine their consternation when they finally catch one of those midgets and they are way past their normal cruising range. They will panic and with very good reason. Are we really expected to relieve those crews on the midgets? “

“The commissar has said we should call them the Little Ones.”

“Well Capitan… Midgets or Little Ones it makes no difference. They will not fare well in this kind of sea.”

“The joint attacks are set for tomorrow” Number One and the Little ones will create quite a splash especially way out there where the NATO fools will never expect them.” Imagine their surprise when they finally get a hold of one and try and figure out how they went so far on their limited fuel. As for a incentive… the crews get to go home as heroes if they complete their mission. Heroes with money in their pocket and from what I hear some of them will gain not only their hero’s welcome but also relieve from going back to prison or even an execution. A successful mission means a lot to these men and their families who are closely tied to their valor. No Number One I do not envy them but I do understand their motivation.”

“Tomorrow they should all be in position far out in areas never imagined by the NATO sub hunters. Then whoever is left tries to meet with us and our sisters to receive new supplies trade crews and get a well deserved welcome back home. Meanwhile new Little Ones are making their way to meeting areas far away from the prying eyes of NATO”

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