Looking for WW2 German auxiliary ship photos

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Re: Looking for WW2 German auxiliary ship photos

Post by Edward L. Hsiao » 02 May 2014 22:31

Dear Peter,

I never have seen these pictures of German river monitors before. Now I have! I still don't know what river battles they were in during WWII.

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Re: Looking for WW2 German auxiliary ship photos

Post by RandJS » 23 May 2014 10:13

Hi Bertamingo and all,

Could you possibly post pictures (or details) of the floating power plant ships? I am especially interested in Karl Junge and Watt, which were with Tirpitz in Kaa fjord.

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Re: Looking for WW2 German auxiliary ship photos

Post by bertamingo » 08 Jun 2014 18:21

RandJS wrote:Hi Bertamingo and all,

Could you possibly post pictures (or details) of the floating power plant ships? I am especially interested in Karl Junge and Watt, which were with Tirpitz in Kaa fjord.

Regards,
Rand
Hi, just saw ur message, sorry for being late. Please refer to the following site (in Russian):
http://tsushima.su/forums/viewtopic.php?pid=824642
The pictures of floating powerplants Karl Junge and Watt are in floor #997.

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Re: Looking for WW2 German auxiliary ship photos

Post by RandJS » 08 Jun 2014 23:32

bertamingo,

Many thanks!

Rand

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Re: Looking for WW2 German auxiliary ship photos

Post by Skyderick » 11 Jun 2014 16:33

I should've placed my request for a picture of the DS Monte Rosa here. I'm looking for a picture of the ship in the period of 1941-1945, when it was recolored with a disruptive pattern. Any help?

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Re: Looking for WW2 German auxiliary ship photos

Post by Edward L. Hsiao » 04 Jul 2019 13:22

Interesting topic!

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Re: Looking for WW2 German auxiliary ship photos

Post by Edward L. Hsiao » 14 Jul 2019 08:02

From the source Marinearchiv forum,I read that the H-27 was a German auxiliary ship used by the German naval small battle units to carry sturmboots. I barely was able to understand a little meaning of German. How many German merchant ships were converted to carry sturmboots or maybe Linse explosive speed boats?

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Re: Looking for WW2 German auxiliary ship photos

Post by Larrister » 15 Jul 2019 10:01

Hi, there's a nice photo up for auction on Ebay. It shows MT1 and 2 together. See here: www.ebay.de/itm/Orig-Foto-Kriegsmarine- ... SwI5Jc7SDB

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Re: Looking for WW2 German auxiliary ship photos

Post by Larrister » 09 Feb 2020 03:17

Lightship Elbe 1.

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Looking for WW2 German auxiliary ship photos

Post by Jeromewaf » 19 Mar 2020 09:55

Thanks for your answer 29navy & mikieTo Kammo, wow what a niiiiiice visit in this famous ship Thanks for sharing the picsdid you took pics of theships store if it was displayed ?Thanks
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