War movies show the picture of conflicts between people and at the same time show the picture of all of us. Some of the war movies present the soldiers on the front, sometime the civilians that suffer during the war. Although sometimes the war movies can be awfully brutal, you have to remember that the war is not an adventure, it causes damages to people bodies and minds.
Submarines in military service were used for the first time as early as 1775, but until 20th century they were merely novelties, the technology testers that had not much value for the navy. Of course their capability of stealth movement were perfect for reconnaisance missions - they could have just enter the enemy port and leave it without being spotted, but early submarines had very limited range, very limited speed, which made them barely useful for anything. Although even in late 19th century some submarines were armed with torpedoes, guns or machine guns, their construction and lack of power sources other than steam made them hard to build, operate, not to mention using it in combat. World War I changed the situation - German U-Boats were able to cruise through the waters around United Kingdom and attack British merchant navy, which had influence on the war (although not as much as during World War 2). The use of submarines against warships was still beyond technological reach - while lacking any support in calculating the torpedo track the effectiveness of attacks on moving targets was marginal. The most dynamic progress in submarine warfare was during World War II, when again Germany tried to cut Britain from supplies using their flotillas of U-Boats, this time with devastating effect. Improvement in submarine construction (diesel and electic power, multiple torpedo tubes, sonar, calculators) made them a deadly weapon, but at the same time started the arms race and improvement of anti-sub warfare. On Pacific American US Navy was down after attack on Pearl Harbor, until the power of Pacific Fleet was restored the submarine crews were slowing down the expansion of Japan over the area. First homing torpedoes were invented during World War II, although limited by technology and resources they did not make much change. After World War II nuclear power and nuclear weapons made the submarines one of the most important warships in any navy. Powered by nuclear reactors they can stay submerged for long time and travel around the world without need to resupply. The ballistic missiles with nuclear warheads made the modern submarines weapons that can attack any place in the world without being detected until they fire the weapons.
The life on board of U-Boot during the patrol of U-96 on Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea.
Based on true events surrounding the escape of Polish submarine ORP Orzel to England after Poland was invaded.
American merchant navy crew takes part in the large convoy to Murmansk and faces German submarines and planes.
American nuclear submarine is sent on a secret mission towards the Arctic glacier.
Tension raises in Italian Navy submarine base when the loses are getting higher. Filmed during the war on board of active submarine.
British troop ship is torpedoed on Atlantic Ocean, but when German captain realizes that there were prisoners and women on board he decides to start a rescue mission. The problem is he can’t rescue them all by himself.
During Cold War American destroyer is hunting Russian submarine in the Arctic area.
Experienced captain in charge of newest Russian submarine is obviously trying to defect to United States.
American destroyer detects the German U-Boot. Each of the ships has experienced captain that knows all the tricks - the battle of the wits begins.
British submarine sent on a special mission to intercept the German battleship.
Eccentric submarine commander that doesn’t get along with his superiors, is given the command over old submarine to take part in the excercise to check if United States are ready to stop enemies using diesel-powered submarines.
Captain of submarine is given the task to find the way to solve the problem of dud torpedoes.
Based on true ride of German U-Boat that sneaked into biggest port of Royal Navy.
Clash of characters aboard American nuclear submarine when they receive unconfirmed order to fire the ballistic missiles.
British submarine that disappeared in 1943 suddenly turns up 40 years later fully funcional, but without crew.
At the end of World War 2 Japanese navy is hoping to use submarine with experimental sonar system to stop Allies from dropping any more atomic bombs.
American submarine commander takes up the mission to sink the Japanese destroyer that guards the Bungo Straits.
American submarine picks up survivors from lifeboat in the middle of Atlantic Ocean and strange thing begin to happen.
Young cadets join the pride of German navy, the submarines, to get the chance to be the attacking side for once.
After nuclear war Australia is one of the last places on Earth where radiation is still bearable. Navy sends a submarine to northern hemisphere to check if there are any survivors.
The submarine commander mourning after his family wants to take revenge by sinking the new Japanese aircraft carrier.
HMS Britannic, sister ship of RMS Titanic, enters service as hospital ship, but the red cross just won’t keep the war away.
Terrorists from former Yugoslavia take over the American ballistic missile submarine and threaten to launch nuclear missiles on Washington. James Carter, constructor of the sub, sets out to stop them.
American submarine is sent on a patrol mission to spot Japanese fleet heading for Coral Sea.
Incident in the middle of Atlantic Ocean brings together the unlikely companions - crews of German and American submarines.
Soon after attack on Pearl Harbor Japanese submarine surfaces near the coast of California. They are here to attack Hollywood... if they can find it.
Americans send their submarine to intercept damaged U-571 and the Enigma machine that, in their minds, will change the face of the war.