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Das U-Boot von Peral

Das erste Torpedo U-Boot der Welt. Der Ingenieur und Offizier aus Cartagena Isaac Peral bautet es 1885 (achtzehnhundert fünfundachtzig). Heute liegt das U-Boot beim Arsenal in Cartagena.

Die Studenten vom Polytechnischen Institut Cartagenas stellen das U-Boot wieder, und 2013 König Philipp VI. kommt zur Eröffnung.

Das Vereinigte Königreich und andere europäische Länder wollen das U-Boot nicht. Isaac Peral ist böse und er zerstört die U-Bootplänen, dann verlässt er die Marine.

Später, als Bauingenieur, bringt er das Lichtsystem nach Madrid. Und 1898 verliert Spanien den Krieg gegen die Vereinigten Staaten. Die Amerikaner benutzen U-Boote wie Perals U-Boot. Das Grab von Peral liegt am Los Remedios Friedhof in Cartagena.

Abb. 1: Das U-Boot im Ausstellungsraum.
Abb. 2: Links, das Austellungsraum des U-Bootes. Rechts, die Fakultät für Betriebswirtschaftslehre
Abb. 3: Mausoleum von Isaac Peral


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