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Interior of the military submarine

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The interior to the electric powered military submarine P-913 Zeta, used by the Yugoslavian army. The crew consisted of 4 to 10 men, the range of the submarine was cca. 250 nautical miles. The submarine was recently renovated and is now diplayed in the museum/park of military history in Pivka, Slovenija.

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