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~ WW2 German U-702 U-Boat Soup Bowl ~
The ceramic bowl has two handles.
The underside of the bowl bears the Kreigsmarine eagle and letter 'M'. It was made by Bauscher of Widen.
The submarines name is declared as
"Underseeboot Bremerhaven and U702"
~ U-702 ~
German submarine U-702 was a Type VIIC U-boat built for the Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine for service during World War II. She was under the command of Kapitänleutnant Wolf-Rüdiger von Rabenau (Crew 30).
Originally serving with 5th U-Boat Flotilla a training vessel from 3 September 1941 to 28 February 1942, U-702 was transferred to the 7th U-Boat Flotilla for her official war-time service. On 21 March, twenty-one days after her transfer, she set sail from Hamburg on a two-day voyage to the Heligoland island chain to prepare for her first assignment. She left port on the twenty-ninth, and began her patrol of the North Sea. On the 3 April 1942, U-702 struck a Northern Barrage mine in position 59°55.8′N 2°23.3′E.
~ Condition ~
All in good order, free from chips and cracks.
~ Dimensions ~
The bowls cup diameter is 11 cm (4.25 inches).
~ Postage ~
UK postage is £10, international at cost or it can be inspected in our shop....Read full description