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S38b and S100 E-boats class were german fast attack craft (Schnellboot in german) built for the Kriegsmarine during World War Two. The E-boats (a British designation using the letter E for Enemy) were defined by many naval experts as the best carrying out of their category. Initially these units were called Unterseebot Zerstörer (Hunting Submarine) and Anti-Submmarine Motorboats or Armored Motorboats, as they had an important anti-submarine mission. Later the Kaiserliche Marine (imperial german navy) adopted the designation of Luftschiffmotorenboot (boat with an airship engine) or L-Boote and, therefore, from November 1917, the units became LM-Boote, with the same meaning, but their use, especially in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, was not particularly successful.
After the defeat in the First World War, Germany was subject to heavy military restrictions, sanctioned by the Treaty of Versailles, but the Winning Powers did not consider to put particular attention to the torpedo boats, leaving the Reichsmarine free hand.
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