Die Kaleuns.

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Re: Die Kaleuns.

Post by Tic Tac » 05 Jan 2020 18:48

Kapitänleutnant Hubert Nordheimer
Kdt. U 990,U 2512
Source: own collection
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Re: Die Kaleuns.

Post by tigre » 15 Jan 2020 19:09

Hello to all :D; more. Lorient 1940!

In an effort to train the Italian submarine crews, the Germans claim that Italian commanders set to sea on German U-boat war patrols and conducted training exercises as integral members of U-boat crews. Italian Commander Primo Longobardo was one of few examples of the occurrence of such cross training. It should be noted that Longobardo, as captain of the submarine Torelli, was one of the most successful captains in the Atlantic fleet, accounting for four allied ships sunk in just one patrol (January 1941).

Source: THE ITALIAN SUBMARINE FORCE IN THE BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC: LEFT IN THE DARK. KEVIN M. MOELLER, LCDR, USN
The German U-Boat Base at Lorient, France, Vol. II: July 1941-July 1942. Luc Braeuer
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Re: Die Kaleuns.

Post by oldhoweboy » 16 Jan 2020 16:00

Good image! Thanks
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Re: Die Kaleuns.

Post by tigre » 23 Jan 2020 12:13

Hello to all :D; more. Moehle and the "Laconia Order"!
Written declaration of Karl-Heinz Moehle on the order of Laconia, June 17, 1945.
"Each rescue measure contradicts the most primitive demand for war on the destruction of ships and crews," said Moehle's order on shipwrecked men. As Flotille Cmdr, Moehle transmitted it orally to submarine commanders.
Two weeks after the sentence was pronounced against Dönitz in Nuremberg, the trial against Moehle began in Hamburg. The prosecution argued that according to the agreement signed by Germany to apply the Hague Land War Act of 1907 in maritime warfare, all parties at war were required to protect the shipwrecked. The court handed down Moehle's conviction based on the argument that his transmission of the "Laconia order" violated international law.
On October 16, 1946, after a two-day trial, a British military court in Hamburg sentenced him to five years in prison. In 1949, Moehle was released a little earlier.
Source: Verbrechen an Kriegsgefangenen. Befehle zur Tötung Schiffbrüchiger – Der Prozess gegen Karl-Heinz Moehle.

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Re: Die Kaleuns.

Post by tigre » 26 Mar 2020 00:46

Hello to all :D; more: Knight's Cross!
Source: https://www.pictokon.net/bilder/10-bild ... lmann.html

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Re: Die Kaleuns.

Post by tigre » 16 Apr 2020 19:41

Hello to all :D; more: Hellmut Kurrer (1916 - 1943).

12.05.1941 - 00.06.1942 IWO with U 128.
15.08.1942 - 23.04.1943 Kapitänleutnant U 189.
Died April 23, 1943 in the North Atlantic east of Cape Farewell, when his boat U 189 was sank.

Source: https://kriegsmarine-shop.de/Original-K ... 9-ww2-part
http://www.ubootarchiv.de/ubootwiki/ind ... mut_Kurrer

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Re: Die Kaleuns.

Post by docarchiv » 20 Apr 2020 05:12

Hello,
new in my collection! is Günther Lorentz correct? Which boat?
Thank you!
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Re: Die Kaleuns.

Post by tigre » 09 May 2020 03:51

Hello to all :D; more: Herbert A. Werner (1920 - 2013).

00.04.1941 - 00.11.1941 WO-Schüler U 557.
00.05.1942 - 00.08.1942 IWO U 612.
00.10.1942 - 00.12.1943 IWO U 230.
17.04.1944 - 14.07.1944 CO U 415.
00.08.1944 - 00.04.1945 CO U 953.

Source: http://www.ebay.de/itm/U-Boot-Kommandan ... 7675.l2557
http://www.ubootarchiv.de/ubootwiki/ind ... _A._Werner

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Re: Die Kaleuns.

Post by tigre » 10 May 2020 00:26

Hello to all :D; more: Siegfried Freiherr von Forstner.
Source: http://www.wlb-stuttgart.de/seekrieg/43-02.htm
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Re: Die Kaleuns.

Post by tigre » 05 Jun 2020 01:41

Hello to all :D; I need some help here: Hermann Michahelles.
Source: https://www.ebay.de/itm/DA215-TOP-Foto- ... SwbF1aTc-X
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Re: Die Kaleuns.

Post by tigre » 30 Jun 2020 04:54

Hello to all :D; more: Hans-Jürgen Hellriegel.

With the rank of Oberleutnant zur See, he was the commander of U 96 from 03/28/1942 to 03/15/1943. He had previously served as commander of U 140 (07.04.1941 - 09.12.1941)

Source: https://www.emedals.com/a-kriegsmarine- ... hoto-album

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