Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby nordfriese » 25 Jun 2014 22:44

Hi!

The remains of the U-Adcock-"bunker" at MPHS Neusiedl (Austria) still exsist.
There are 4cm thick porcelain-blocks or another ceramic.

Thanks to "Geist" from unterirdisch-forum.de (austrian section)!

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby jopaerya » 26 Jun 2014 08:50

Great work that we can compare the same bunkers from all county's , you can see
the ceramic items on the Luftwaffe Adcock antenna poles .

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby nordfriese » 26 Jun 2014 14:26

Hi Jos!

Sorry, but the "ceramic" stuff doesn't belong to the antenna pole foundation.
It belonged to the "bunker". Here is another picture from Neusiedl.
In the moment, I don't have a clue, for what the ceramic was good for...

Thanks again to "Geist"...

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby jopaerya » 26 Jun 2014 14:46

Thanks Rolf

The ceramic had to have a isolation function , in the bunker and in the pole's .

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Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby MPHS Flandern » 26 Jun 2014 19:27

excellent research, thank you Rolf and Geist!!

this is a picture of the MPHS Brügge ceramic brick, taken of with a hammer (not by me 8O ) some 30 years ago, so some parts are missing; dimensions of one complete brick are: Length: 36,3cm - Height: 11 cm - Thickness: 4 cm; both sides (front and back) covered with brownish lacquer
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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby SES » 29 Jun 2014 10:26

Hi,
Since this has turned into a general discussion on MHPS I might as well contribute with my new page on MHPS Hjörring, Skibsby:
http://www.gyges.dk/kriegsmarine_signal ... igenc2.htm
red link at the bottom of the page.
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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby jopaerya » 18 Aug 2014 09:26

Found in a document the new place of the Marine Peil Haupt Stelle Brugge as on the map from Stril ( page 6 ).

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby nordfriese » 19 Aug 2014 10:46

Hi Jos!

Very interesting that MPNS Julianadorp had their own Fernschreibstelle (radio-teletype-post) as well!
Is it possible that you post part c of this list? Just to know, where the navy had their Peilstellen at
that time, when MPHS Groningen was established...

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby SES » 18 Oct 2014 15:23

Hi,
Based on some recent field work by a friend of mine I have updated the page on MPHS Hjörring:
http://www.gyges.dk/MPHS%20Hjoerring,%20Skibsby.htm
I would still love to see German documentation/photos of a KW 8 U 80.
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Re: MPHS Marine Peil Hauptstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby MPHS Flandern » 26 Oct 2014 22:33

[quote="MPHS Flandern"]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
thanks
Joe[/quote]

here is the link to this meeting:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdWJzYu ... HBRf2Wa5qw

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby jopaerya » 28 Jan 2015 18:30

Found a document with the place of Peilstelle Ludwig, please see page 2 .( Ockenburg )

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby stril » 20 Mar 2015 21:01

Hello
Added a picture from a album for sale at ebay. MPHS Neumünster is mentioned. Is this the crest for MPHS Neumünster ?
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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby nordfriese » 20 Mar 2015 22:26

Hi!

Yes, it is!

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby MPHS Flandern » 20 Mar 2015 22:56

Well done Rolf!!

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Re: Marine Peilstelle Ter Linden Brugge

Postby nordfriese » 21 Mar 2015 21:39

Hi!

The crest is quite simple explained.

The anchor stands of course for the navy. The flash is a SIGINT-flash.
Opposite to the "normal" flash for "radio-units" (from upper left to
lower right) is this flash from the upper right to lower left.

The swan is a part of the crest of the city of Neumünster. Note the
crest here: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neum%C3%BCnster

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