H. L. Hunley, often referred to as Hunley, was a submarine of the Confederate States of Hunley, nearly 40 feet (12 m) long, was built at Mobile, Alabama, and .
The Hunley was designed and built at Mobile, Alabama, and named for its chief financial backer, Horace L. Hunley. Less than 40 feet (12 metres) long, the.
The third submarine was referred to by some as the “Fish Boat” or the “Fish Torpedo Boat”, but would ultimately be named for her committed benefactor, H. L. Satisfied with their submarine’s performance, in July , a demonstration of the Hunley’s attack capabilities.
Kids learn about the H.L. Hunley and Submarines during the Civil War including how they worked, weapons, crew, how they They first built the David in
Jul 23, It was the first submarine in history to successfully sink an enemy ship. Made out of 40 feet of bulletproof iron, the H.L. Hunley was a.
Feb 17, The submarine was salvaged, but less than two months later, a second training accident killed the eight-member crew, including H.L. Hunley.
Aug 23, The mystery of how the crew of one of the world's first submarines died has finally been solved - they accidentally killed themselves. The HL.
Jul 23, In , researchers discovered the wreck of the Confederate Navy's submarine, the H.L. Hunley, the first combat submarine in history to sink.
Oct 24, H. L. Hunley The H. L. Hunley was the first submarine to successfully The Hunley was the third submarine vessel to be constructed under the.