Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby jopaerya » 26 Nov 2008 09:59

Hello

Think that I found a new one MNPS Odessa in Russia tranferred to Burgas .

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby SES » 26 Nov 2008 10:26

Hi Jos,
Thanks a lot. Seems like an amendment to GYGES would be in order.
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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby jopaerya » 25 Jan 2009 19:19

Hello All

I think I have found M.P.N.S. Sovlac it must be Soulac ( Stril is right ) looking at the some
maps and information it must be at Wn.321 ( Sorau ) there was a Marine Peilstelle .

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby SES » 25 Jan 2009 19:38

Hi Jos,
Thanks a lot and interesting to see the symbol from the Gliederung.
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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby stril » 26 Jan 2009 11:01

Hello
Nice to see that new info pops up :-)
Added a link that might be of interest.
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http://www.uefuest.de/

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby SES » 26 Jan 2009 12:58

Hi stril,
Thanks a lot. Any change to get the map in a readable resolution?
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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby stril » 26 Jan 2009 14:14

Hello
Perhaps this is better.
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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby SES » 26 Jan 2009 14:34

That helped, thanks.
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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby jopaerya » 11 Jul 2010 16:24

Hello

Here a part from the K.T.B. from the Admiral Kanalkuste from 02-08-1944
as you can see the M.P.H.S. Brugge is transferred to to Brussel .

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby nordfriese » 31 Mar 2013 17:13

Hello!

The last posting was a while ago, but maybe this is still interesting.

After the invasion of the Netherlands the ancestor of "MPHS Flandern" was build up in
Vlissingen in "Bomvreij"-baracks. In the administrative building was the receiving post
of this "B(Beobachtungs)-Stelle" (SIGINT-post). NNW of Vlissingen near the village
Koudekerke, they build up the Direction Finders (DF). In november 1940 the whole unit
moved to Ter Linden. After the unit moved to Ter Linden a new DF-post was build up in
Middelkerke, not far from the "Admiralitäts-Bunker".
The 1st company was the SIGINT-personnel of Ter Linden, 2nd company were the MPNS,
which belonged to MPHS Flandern and the 3rd company was the staff company. The
Felpostnummer was 22661.


A few answers...
SES wrote:Has anyone got an idea about the location of the exploitation center?

Just a few of the experienced personnel of all MPHS were ordered to serve in the
"Auswertung" of "OKM 4. SKL III" (Oberkommando der Marine 4. Seekriegsleitung III ?).
They were ordered to the adress "Tirpitzufer 80" in Berlin. Today the German Ministry
of Defence at Reichspietschufer 80.
stril wrote:When it comes to the locations one should have in mind that sometimes its
just the city close by that its named., not the location of the MPHS/MPS. In Norway one
should have in mind what happened at Hammerfest/Kirkenes.

MPHS Kirkenes was build up 11.May 1942 in Björnevatn. The baracks were next to the old
ski-jump.
stril wrote:Taking MPHS Stavanger as an example, its not located in Stavanger, but at
Viste aprox 10 km from Stavanger.

The first B-Stelle was build up near Bergen at Flöyn mountain. It was in a former Norwegian
radio-post. In fall 1940 the unit moved to "Stavanger", into Seehotel Viste near Randsberg.
The longwave-DF was build up 2km in direction to Randsberg.
stril wrote:While looking at this something called a Bord-B.Dienstgruppe pops up, and from earlier the
B.Dienstgruppe is mentioned. B-Stelle is mentioned also. Anyone who know the difference with
these ?l

B-Stelle was explained above. A Bord-B-Dienstgruppe were a couple of SIGINT-soldiers from
a MPHS, who had to serve from time to time on German warships as a "mobile SIGNIT-group".
One of the baracks in Ter Linden had the name "Fritz Stute Baracke" after a soldier, who
died during a "Bord-Einsatz" in the English Channel.
jopaerya wrote:This photo could be taken in Brest , nice antennna's .

Sorry, I don't know which one, but in one of the baracks was the "Auswertung" (analysis) and
underneath one of the other baracks was the bunker for the teletype-personnel, who sended
the results of the Auswertung" twice a day (?) to Berlin. This means, that the MPHS had also
transmitting-personnel.
jopaerya wrote:Maybe the M.H.P.S. Brest was dervided on more than one place ??
Br 301 = M.N.O. Brest - 17 persons
Br 304 = Peilstelle Le Trez-Hir - over the 200 persons

Please read above for another examples. The LW-DF from MPHS Stavanger was 2km from the post,
Koudekerke round about 4km.
jopaerya wrote:Here a part from the K.T.B. from the Admiral Kanalkuste from 02-08-1944
as you can see the M.P.H.S. Brugge is transferred to to Brussel.

After the air raid, the personnel of MPHS Flandern moved to an already prepared "Ausweich-
stellung" in Chateau Groenenberg near Vlezenbeek.

From an unpublished "dairy"...

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby SES » 31 Mar 2013 17:20

Hi Rolf,
I think a lot of people will be happy that you joined, and the new material you recently got your hands on :wink:
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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby jopaerya » 31 Mar 2013 17:31

Hi Rolf

Thank you for the information on the Bomvrije Kaserne at Flushing and Koudekerke , very interesting .

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MPHS Marine Peil Hauptstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby MPHS Flandern » 31 Mar 2013 17:48

Thanks Rolf for the info about what happened before they moved to Brugge.

Yesterday, saturday 30 march 2013, two persons met in Brügge, one was a German Obergefreiter of the Kriegsmarine that worked in the MPHS, the other one a Belgian woman that did mandatory work in the MPHS and served meals in the wooden baracks. Both were present at the time of the air attack on 28 mai 1944, survived and are aged 90 today!! :milwink:

Last winter we discovered the exact spot of one of the 3 antennas!

I am interested to find out more about MPHS Flandern, anybody can contact me at uboot1221@hotmail.com
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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby jopaerya » 25 Apr 2013 14:51

From the M.H.P.S. Brest some E Bay picture's
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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby MPHS Flandern » 25 Jun 2014 20:17

The is a picture of one of the two adcock stations in MPHS Brügge, taken in 1972. Can anybody identify the rectangular forms on top op the concrete walls, they look like some kinds of bricks? Purpose?
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