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Agustín,

Great photo and ..... new to me.

Thanks for posting my friend.

Again, eagles gone, awards still present.

Best regards

Eric-Jan

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On 17/11/2013 at 5:45 PM, Eric JB said:

The photos do also show Otto Kretschmer.

My friend, I haven't see this photo of Kretschmer in captivity at Camp 30, Bowmanville. 

Despite not the best quality, it's a good picture

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Siegfried Schultze, from U-228. 

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On 11/13/2013 at 4:47 PM, Eric JB said:

Eagles gone, awards still present.

POWs Officer Camp in Mulsanne - Le Mans, France.

Signatures of three Knights Cross winners.

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Kapitänleutnant Horts von Schroeter, CO of U-123 and U-2506.
Kapitänleutnant Karl-Heinz Marbach, CO of U-101, U-29, U-28, U-953 and U-3014.
Kapitänleutnant Alfred Eick, CO of U-510.

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Howdy
I have a copy of this image that is going in to my next book about Luftwaffe maritime operations.The man I'm trying to identify is on the left. Do you have any idea who he is? He was a Bordflieger on the Tirpitz and I have a feeling he may be Hubert Eissing, but am unsure.
Cheers

Larry

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