Operators of the Museum of Kiel Machines in Germany “resurrected” the engine of a Nazi submarine used in World War II.
Workers ‘ Museum of the machines in Kiel, Germany, videotaped the process that led them to run a diesel engine of a submarine that was used in World War II.
In the video, you can see how people start the engine that model RS 34 S 6 cylinders and 850 revolutions per minute.
This engine to diesel, has 576 horsepower and equipped a submersible type XXIII Nazi Germany.
Source: Puente Libre MX