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Re: Marineflak

Post by Sturm78 » 03 Aug 2017 15:48

Jopaerya wrote
M.K.B. von Schröder ( Helgoland ) 30.5 cm S.K.L/50
Ummhhhh.... Are you sure ? :? I think the gun seems very different....

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Re: Marineflak

Post by jopaerya » 03 Aug 2017 17:18

Yes 100% , there are several photo's of the gun with shield in the book "Hochseefestung Helgoland" Teil II

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Re: Marineflak

Post by jopaerya » 04 Aug 2017 08:33

Here one picture from that book, Sturm78
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Re: Marineflak

Post by Sturm78 » 04 Aug 2017 18:01

Jopaerya wrote
Yes 100% , there are several photo's of the gun with shield in the book "Hochseefestung Helgoland" Teil II
Thnak you very much for your help, Jopaerya.

Do you know when this batterie was constructed ??
Was it emplaced always in Helgoland ??

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Re: Marineflak

Post by jopaerya » 04 Aug 2017 18:37

Information from the same book .

(1) Three gun were taken in 1936 from the B. Friederich August ( 6 x 30.5 cm S.K.L/50 ) then .
(2) During 1937 the B. von Schröder was constructed on Helgoland . The 30 mm steel cover
was made in 1939.
(3) Far as I know the batterie was in service on Helgoland from 1937 till 1945 .

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Re: Marineflak

Post by Sturm78 » 14 Sep 2017 20:35

Jopaerya wrote
Information from the same book .

(1) Three gun were taken in 1936 from the B. Friederich August ( 6 x 30.5 cm S.K.L/50 ) then .
(2) During 1937 the B. von Schröder was constructed on Helgoland . The 30 mm steel cover
was made in 1939.
(3) Far as I know the batterie was in service on Helgoland from 1937 till 1945 .
Thanks a lot for the information and...sorry for delay.. :oops:

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Re: Marineflak

Post by jopaerya » 31 Oct 2017 09:33

A command post of a marine Flak batterie , Regards Jos (Ebay )
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Re: Marineflak

Post by tristan-gereon » 26 Nov 2017 16:18

Hi,
does anybody know, where are these fotos were taken ? All are from Ebay. They look like old postcards or fotos for a collecting album.
Regards Oliver
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Re: Marineflak

Post by jopaerya » 26 Nov 2017 20:01

Hello Oliver

The last photo is recognised as M.Fl.B. Delfszijl http://www.fortificatieforum.nl/viewtop ... o&start=45

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Re: Marineflak

Post by der bunkermann » 27 Nov 2017 08:45

Cool, the frame behind the entfernungsmesser looks like a loose camouflage "hood"?

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Re: Marineflak

Post by jbb20p7 » 28 Nov 2017 09:12

Hello

the second one (withe the crashed plane) looks like the entrance of Dunkerque harbourg

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Re: Marineflak

Post by der bunkermann » 28 Nov 2017 12:36

Nice detail in that photo: on the low right the boulder is a dug in (old) canon?

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Re: Marineflak

Post by jazote » 28 Nov 2017 16:04

der bunkermann wrote:Nice detail in that photo: on the low right the boulder is a dug in (old) canon?
it looks like a mooring cock....
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Re: Marineflak

Post by der bunkermann » 28 Nov 2017 16:23

Could be, i just say it looks like a re used old gun.. in Holland that's quite common

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Re: Marineflak

Post by jazote » 28 Nov 2017 18:19

der bunkermann wrote:Could be, i just say it looks like a re used old gun.. in Holland that's quite common
yes ! it could be....
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