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2nd World War, 1941: The crew of the U-boat U 96 runs on Hitler's orders to sea to sink British merchant ships. There are also some obstacles to overcome, even the opponents are well equipped! Then they received orders to pass through Gibraltar to enter a new port, which seems to be impossible ...
|S01E01||Operation Atlantic||24/02/1985||Autumn 1941: The crew of the U 96 celebrates its last day on land in La Rochelle, France. The exuberance of the men is nothing more than the fear of the next mission, which could be the last. War correspondent Lieutenant Werner does not understand the apparent cheerfulness, as he does not yet know the pitiless harshness of the war in a cramped submarine. But this changes very quickly, the first aircraft attack is not long in coming...|
|S01E02||On patrol||24/02/1985||The U 96 crew has been running on patrol south-west of Ireland for days. Monotony, inactivity, and boredom on board are transformed into aggression. A message about a convoy changes the mood of the crew. The "old man" risks a periscope attack. Surprisingly, a destroyer emerges, which hunts the submarine with depth charges...|
|S01E03||The first attack||27/02/1985||For almost four weeks, the submarine is traveling south-west of Ireland and is held underwater by a destroyer during its first attack on an English convoy. Exploding depth charges hurl the crew and submarine into chaos. But the "old man" succeeds in maneuvering U 96 out of the danger zone. Subsequently, the submarine gets into a storm period lasting more than three weeks. The crew is at the end of their capacity...|
|S01E04||Suicide squad||27/02/1985||The U 96 encounters a convoy and sinks three cargo ships with its torpedoes. Then a 24-hour pursuit of the submarine begins with two destroyers dropping depth charges. The "old man" tries to escape in 230 meters of water depth. The end for U 96 seems to have come. Hours later, the boat can re-appear and sink a burning tanker. On the return voyage, the "old man" is ordered to cross the Strait of Gibraltar and head for the port of La Spezia in Italy...|
|S01E05||Run aground||03/03/1985||The U 96 has been dispatched to the Mediterranean. After picking up supplies in the Spanish town of Vigo, the journey to Gibraltar begins. An aviation attack during the nightly crawl and cruising British ships force U 96 to a neck breaking dive - at 280 meters depth the submarine hits the bottom of the ocean ..|
|S01E06||In the homeland||03/03/1985||The submarine is heavily damaged, lying on the ocean floor in a depth of 280 meters. Despite the seemingly hopeless situation, the crew starts with repair work and dares an attempt to emerge. After tormented tension the U 96 finally breaks off from the ocean floor and takes course to the home town of La Rochelle. Finally in the harbor the crew is surprised by an attack by enemy bombers ...|
Jürgen Prochnow (Der Alte) Herbert Grönemeyer (Leutnant Werner) Uwe Ochsenknecht (Bootsmann Lamprecht) Bernd Tauber (Obersteuermann Kriechbaum) Erwin Leder (Johan) Martin Hemme (Brückenwilli) Martin May (Fähnrich Ullmann) Konrad Becker (Bockstiegel) Martin Semmelrogge (Zweiter Wachoffizier) Claude-Oliver Rudolph (Ario) Klaus Wennemann (Leitender Ingenieur) Ralph Richter (Frenssen) Heinz Hoenig (Hinrich) Jan Fedder (Pilgrim) Hubertus Bengsch (Erster Wachoffizier)