Boat Captain Admiral Graf Spee

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Boat Captain Admiral Graf Spee

Post by gonzadkwc1 » 25 Jun 2021 15:24

Good morning. I introduce myself. I am from Argentina and I own one of the boats of the Battleship Graf Spee. More precisely that of the captain. I want to know what is known about this boat since here it was given as lost but it is not like that. I appreciate his attention.
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Re: Boat Captain Admiral Graf Spee

Post by Hans1906 » 26 Jun 2021 12:19

gonzadkwc1, welcome to the AHF :welcome:

Just one question, why let such a historical artifact rot away for decades in the midst of undergrowth next to a warehouse, that unfortunately does not make sense to me ? :?


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* Der letzte Abschied / Panzerschiff “ADMIRAL GRAF SPEE” https://www.dmkn.de/der-letzte-abschied ... graf-spee/
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Re: Boat Captain Admiral Graf Spee

Post by gonzadkwc1 » 26 Jun 2021 13:47

Hi Hans .. Thanks .. I do not understand your question .. My intention is to restore it ..

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Re: Boat Captain Admiral Graf Spee

Post by Hans1906 » 26 Jun 2021 14:06

gonzadkwc1,

I would leave a possible restoration to professionals, if it really should be the dinghy of the then captain Hans Langsdorff.
(Beiboot / Verkehrsboot)

Hans Langsdorff https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans_Langsdorff

The historical "value" I would like to please not even estimate, not even rudimentary.


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P.S. Keep your hands off the boat, you're only doing yourself a favor, absolutely nothing to restore yourself....

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Source: https://www.panzerschiffadmiralgrafspee ... delskrieg/
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Re: Boat Captain Admiral Graf Spee

Post by gonzadkwc1 » 26 Jun 2021 14:28

write me here. gonza.bsso.09@live.com
I need to know more. Thanks.



Hans1906 wrote:
26 Jun 2021 14:06
gonzadkwc1,

I would leave a possible restoration to professionals, if it really should be the dinghy of the then captain Hans Langsdorff.

Hans Langsdorff https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans_Langsdorff

The historical "value" I would like to please not even estimate, not even rudimentary.


Hans

P.S. Keep your hands off the boat, you're only doing yourself a favor, absolutely nothing to restore yourself....

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Re: Boat Captain Admiral Graf Spee

Post by Hans1906 » 26 Jun 2021 16:46

No, I am not interested to message you about this.

Personally, it is completely incomprehensible to me, to let such a historical artifact rot away for decades.
I don't understand that, please.

The "Carin II" https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carin_II

Movie: "Schtonk", watch for the "Carin II".



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Re: Boat Captain Admiral Graf Spee

Post by gonzadkwc1 » 26 Jun 2021 17:00

What I want you to understand, is that that boat I did not have it, pepperled. I got it now, so that it is not followed by destroying.

Hans1906 wrote:
26 Jun 2021 16:46
No, I am not interested to message you about this.

Personally, it is completely incomprehensible to me, to let such a historical artifact rot away for decades.
I don't understand that, please.

The "Carin II" https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carin_II

Movie: "Schtonk", watch for the "Carin II".



Hans

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