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J.B. First |
I have already sent my request for possible information as to KLt Joachim Knecht and anything that any crewmembers may know about him.
As I stated, he finished the war as a training skipper, but was also slated to command a type XXI
but the war ended before he could.
I am trying to find a possible blood relationship with Pauline Knecht, my Great Grandmother.
I admire the tenacity and dedication of all submariners from all nations. They lived without the comforts and understanding at times they deserved. Keep your site going and God bless you.
November 29, 2008 - Oklahoma City, OK.
Harry Rubin |
I could not open the guestbook.cgi at the end of the 12 part newsletters so I am answering it here. Terrific information. I used some of it in my novel U-Boat Secret Mission where I created a fictional U-724 that tried the same snorkel feat of U-977. Look at my web site www.bardofhinesville.com and you may see the cover where I used a photo of a U-Boat from PHOTOVAULT. Thank you for an interesting 12 weeks with your letters. You provide a great service for writers. Thank you again.
November 22, 2008 - Georgia, USA
Peter Stadon |
November 21, 2008 - Bristol UK
As a great fan of the U-boats, probably due to the film Das Boot (countless times I've watched it), also I have a 1:40 scale model completely radio controlled, your regular e-mails, with stories and info has been very entertaining. I have your CD already, with info, and Kriegsmarine old war time songs. Very good !!
November 7, 2008 - Le Mans, France
Denmark Cristobal |
I totally appreciate the newsletter. It was very useful and I actually printed it and compiled it so that I'll have reference in the future.
I hope that a newsletter featuring the biographies of Doenitz's top U-Boat corsairs will be issued in this same format.
Thanks David! God bless you my friend!
November 5, 2008 - Paco, Manila, Philippines
jacqueline radbourne |
Sadley My Grandad Went down with the Royal Oak. So my Mum never got to know her dad as my mum was only four. When my grandad went to war, I wish I got to meet him I hope my grandad knows how Proud we are of him and all is ship mates We love you Grandad.rest in peace, god bless.
October 31, 2008 - england
R.F. de Bruijn |
Enjoyed the newsletter very much. Thank you!
My father was aboard the Laertes and torpedoed by the U109 nearby Florida Cape Canaveral.
He was lucky and survived.
It astonished me that I found a book of the attack of the Laertes by the U109.
I'm gong to miss the newsletter!
October 20, 2008 - Netherlands
Tristan Shillinglaw |
Brilliant site, enjoyed every minute. Have your DVD, great purchase, thank you.
October 10, 2008 - Pretoria, South Africa
Steve Messenger |
Good work, David.
September 28, 2008 - Michigan, USA
Great pages!! THANKS!!
September 22, 2008 - Karlovac, Croatia
JOE WOJKOWSKI |
I WILL TELL OTHERS ABOUT U
September 20, 2008 - STREATOR,ILLINOIS,USA
David H. Hudson |
I enjoyed every message I received from this site. Like so many others here, I have a deep admiration for the courage and sacrifice of the uboat crews.
September 16, 2008 - Seattle, WA, USA
Kindly explain on what happened to the Rassian U-Boat that drownd in the resend years.
September 5, 2008 - South Africa, Mafikeng, Ramatlabama
Harry Rubin |
David, as I told you earlier I think this is one of the best web sites I have seen for good information. Someone in your organization did a lot of work on it to make it so useful. Look at my web site at
www.bardofhinesville.com and you will see that I am in the middle of writing the 4th novel in a series that puts a small US Navy Crew into harms way and the cruise of a fictional U-Boat in 1945 is important to the story. Again, a web site well done. Thank you for the knowledge you passsed on to me.
July 26, 2008 - Georgia, USA
The U-boats were ultimately defeated by a combination of technology and sheer industrial might, but the bravery, determination and professionalism of their crews deserves the recognition that your website provides. Please keep up the good work for their sakes as well as ours.
July 14, 2008 - Ely, England
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