U-64, a Type IX submarine. Part of the 2nd U-Boat Flotilla. Interesting conning tower insignia of a swimming cow issuing torpedoes from both ends.
Lost in April 1940 to British air raid in Narvik, 8 dead. Remaining 38 crew rescued by gebirgsjägers.
Crew fought for a short time as “gebirgsmarine” but were returned to active duty on U-124 shortly after.
U-124 was a type IXB u-boat, the crew of which was made up of the 38 U-64 survivors. Notable is the edelweiss tower art - a nod to the mountain troops at Narvik.
U-124 was also a part of the 2nd U-Boat flotilla, serving from August 1940 until April 1943. Her career was rather successful, sinking 46 ships (219,862 tons) and two warships (5,775 tons), before being sunk off the coast of Portugal on 2 April 1943.