Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

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Re: Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

Post by Natter » 26 Oct 2019 04:15

...even more:
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Re: Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

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..last:
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Re: Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

Post by Dili » 30 Oct 2019 23:22

Thanks but at this scale is almost illegible for those not versed into them.

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Re: Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

Post by Natter » 31 Oct 2019 00:25

Dili wrote:Thanks but at this scale is almost illegible for those not versed into them.
Well... It is what it is, and there's probably no point complaining to the germans for the condition of the material they left by, and the quality of the US post-war photographs 70 years ago?
Of the 20 images, I can read all just fine though - with exeption of some parts on couple of those in the last post. I thought someone might find it useful despite the quality being far from "mint".
Anyway: Your feedback is noted, and of course I'll consider wether to post more stuff like this.

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Re: Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

Post by AW » 31 Oct 2019 08:21

the quality are excelent for these kind of docs!
thx a lot, Natter... sadly I dont did any rework on Crete right now :)

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Re: Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

Post by Kreta » 17 Nov 2019 10:11

Kreta bunker
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Re: Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

Post by herring » 28 Nov 2019 22:20

Proto-Tobruk, not from Festung Tobruk, but from Crete
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Re: Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

Post by acesfakia » 28 Dec 2019 14:11

Natter wrote:
31 Oct 2019 00:25
Dili wrote:Thanks but at this scale is almost illegible for those not versed into them.
Well... It is what it is, and there's probably no point complaining to the germans for the condition of the material they left by, and the quality of the US post-war photographs 70 years ago?
Of the 20 images, I can read all just fine though - with exeption of some parts on couple of those in the last post. I thought someone might find it useful despite the quality being far from "mint".
Anyway: Your feedback is noted, and of course I'll consider wether to post more stuff like this.
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THANK YOU very much Natter !!!! I DO find it useful !!!!!

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Re: Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

Post by acesfakia » 28 Dec 2019 14:33

herring wrote:
28 Nov 2019 22:20
Proto-Tobruk, not from Festung Tobruk, but from Crete
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Place ...? Chania or Ierapetra....? If is Ierapetra..then is Italian........ -
Where is the top of tobruk ...?

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Re: Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

Post by Kreta » 28 Dec 2019 18:42

It,s her🙂 Malia
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Re: Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

Post by acesfakia » 29 Apr 2020 08:54

Here is some photo's from Dimitrios Z. Androulakis , place .. Heraklion Crete
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Re: Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

Post by philbobutler » 10 May 2020 10:35

Hello from sunny Crete Island.

I am a journalist working with archaeologists who are trying to create a history and preservation effort for these World War II monuments. Please, any help you guys can offer as to locations and histories will be greatly appreciated. I will be sure to credit each of you for any contributions if it is at all possible. This part of European history is eroding away, so before it's too late, it would be great to at least create a resource for referencing these sites. I will be heading to the south coast next week to shoot some photos and to talk to people.

Thanks very much for what you guys have already contributed. The trail of breadcrumbs is much easier thanks to you. :D

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Re: Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

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Re: Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

Post by philbobutler » 03 Jun 2020 17:49

Thanks so much for this. I am sorry to respond late, I just got the chance to return. Much appreciated.

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Re: Batterie Kolimvari on Crete

Post by wimve » 04 Jun 2020 09:44

philbobutler wrote:
10 May 2020 10:35
I am a journalist working with archaeologists who are trying to create a history and preservation effort for these World War II monuments.
What did you already discover and share with us ?
How many years do you investigate already ?
Thanks,

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3D : http://www.petromax.nl/Hanstholm.html
http://www.petromax.nl/DeBeer.html

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