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Kalin Dimitrov |
Excellent Site. I learned much more with you and your information. Thank you for the real transmitted spirit of the U boat sailors life and their duties , the love of the fatherland and the examples how to be leaded in our real contemporary lives. This site really gives much energy and charges historically supported force and fighter´s spirit and human´s honor. Thank you very much , and please follow developing this excellent site
June 8, 2010 - Shumen , Bulgaria
Great series, look forward to the next
May 27, 2010 - Devon, UK
I didn't know much about U boats before reading these news letters, Now I can say with confidence, I DO
May 21, 2010 - Oxfordshire, England
Thanks for all the information,it was a great learning experience.
May 8, 2010 - Alberta Canada
Bernal Herrera |
Thanks a lot for the e-mails. I enjoyed and shared them with my family. There is an unproved history about a u-boat that was sunk near the Amatique bay in the Atlantic coast off Guatemala in 1944 by attack by a patrol plane based in Panama. Local fishermen say it is true, but there isn't any real fact, so this is maybe a fake.
May 6, 2010 - Guatemala, Guatemala.
Mike Sella |
Thank You for your informative letters. It was very enjoyable learning about u-boat warfare.
April 15, 2010 - Wisconsin , USA
Edward J. Moriarty |
I was a UH-1H Huey army helicopter pilot in Vietnam from July 1969 through July 1970. I certainly experienced my share of fear, and I could "appear" as courageous as any other army helicopter pilot in my troop. However, I cannot understand how these brave men of the World War II German U-Boat service could possibly summon the courage necessary to conduct combat operations from under the waves. 30,000 dead German submariners out of a total of 40,000 sub sailors who went to sea leads me to one conclusion. I conclude that from 1942 through May of 1945, U-Boats service was nearly a certain death assignment.
April 8, 2010 - Massachusetts, USA
Brad Dellwoo |
Very informative site. I especially liked the parts on the convoy attacks. And thanks for the terrific newsletters.
April 2, 2010 - UK
Edo Tijan |
I was enjoying this site. Maybe I can suggest you, that as site for the Japanese submarines, you will give type of the submarine, ext to its number. Like M/V BOR was torpedoed by U 137. which type it was ?.
Anyhow I consider this site as a source of data for the people not taking part in WW2, and as memory for those who died in it, regardless of their nationality, and political orientation.
Once again congratulations for this site.
March 30, 2010 - Rijeka, Croatia
John Duff |
Thank you for the informative articles. I found it very interesting..
March 29, 2010 - Bangkok
Brian Waxham |
I woner what would happen if you asked todays youth to do a patrol in a U Boat without a computior
March 18, 2010 - Port Elizabeth S Africa
Rupam Jana |
Thank you,for the info which u shared with me about the U-Boats.Its intresting but sometimes I think they r deadly weapon yet an engineering marvel the mankind has ever built...
February 28, 2010 - Bangalore, INDIA
Hassel Bruno |
Thank you for this site, very interesting and I hope I will go sometimes to the still existing U-boat.
February 25, 2010 - Romania
Michael Craddock |
February 22, 2010 - USA
TOM BRIZZI |
February 17, 2010 - Long Island, NY,USA
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