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Nice pics of these (old) torpedoboats, thanks for sharing Morten.

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Hello Gentlemen!

 

 

I need help on this thread.Please post You Narvik items,thanks for help and interest!

 

 

Best from Norway.

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Hello All Gentlemen!

 

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL MEMBERS.

 

Here is a Photo showing men from Zerstörer Anton Schmitt.

 

 

Best from Norway,Morten.wwwq.thumb.jpg.eb5f011a60ec2f492628d25a9

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17 hours ago, Martin W said:

Merry Christmas Morten.

Cheers,Martin.

Thanks my friend!

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Hello!

 

 

I hope some can Post their Narvik pic on this thread.Thanks for interest...

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Nice photo Morten.

Probably one of the best I have seen with the shield in wear.

Thanks for posting this one.

 

Regards,Martin.

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On 19.3.2016 at 02:52, Martin W said:

Nice photo Morten.

Probably one of the best I have seen with the shield in wear.

Thanks for posting this one.

 

Regards,Martin.

I agree,nice Narvik Photo!

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On 18. november 2013 at 17:46, nesredep said:

Hello!

 

 

 

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Zerstörer Georg Thiele at Sildvik in the middle of Rombakenfjord with its bow off the waterline.

On 26. november 2013 at 13:44, nesredep said:

Helllo!

 

 

More pic from Narvik.

 

 

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HMS Hardy

On 5. oktober 2014 at 12:54, nesredep said:

Hello!

 

 

Photo from the submarine bunker in Narvik.

 

 

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Regards Morten.

As there were NO Uboat-bunkers in Narvik this must be from somewhere else - if its a picture from Norway it must be from Trondheim or Bergen.

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On 6. oktober 2014 at 17:47, nesredep said:

Gentleman!

 

 

 

Photo taken outside the bunker.

 

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Regards Morten.

As stated earlier there where NO bunkers in Narvik.

This is a rather well known photo showing German uboats coming alongside the former Schnellbootbegleitschiff Tanga in 1942. The Tanga was stationed in Narvik from October 1941 until October 1942 and serving as the Stabsschiff for the Admiral Nordmeer. I have a complete Photo-album from a crewmember from the Tanga - with almost 215 photos and several of these are from the homecoming of several German uboats that operated against the Allied Convoy PQ-17. The operations against PQ-17 took place from June 27th until July 10th 1942 so its more than probably that the photos shows the return of the among others U-255 which under the command of Kapitänleutnant Reinhart Reche returned to Narvik July 15th 1942.

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On 28.4.2016 at 13:35, Rombak said:

As stated earlier there where NO bunkers in Narvik.

This is a rather well known photo showing German uboats coming alongside the former Schnellbootbegleitschiff Tanga in 1942. The Tanga was stationed in Narvik from October 1941 until October 1942 and serving as the Stabsschiff for the Admiral Nordmeer. I have a complete Photo-album from a crewmember from the Tanga - with almost 215 photos and several of these are from the homecoming of several German uboats that operated against the Allied Convoy PQ-17. The operations against PQ-17 took place from June 27th until July 10th 1942 so its more than probably that the photos shows the return of the among others U-255 which under the command of Kapitänleutnant Reinhart Reche returned to Narvik July 15th 1942.

Thanks for Your information on this thread.You have one of the Best Narvik Collection in the World.Please post some PHOTOS....

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On 28.4.2016 at 13:35, Rombak said:

As stated earlier there where NO bunkers in Narvik.

This is a rather well known photo showing German uboats coming alongside the former Schnellbootbegleitschiff Tanga in 1942. The Tanga was stationed in Narvik from October 1941 until October 1942 and serving as the Stabsschiff for the Admiral Nordmeer. I have a complete Photo-album from a crewmember from the Tanga - with almost 215 photos and several of these are from the homecoming of several German uboats that operated against the Allied Convoy PQ-17. The operations against PQ-17 took place from June 27th until July 10th 1942 so its more than probably that the photos shows the return of the among others U-255 which under the command of Kapitänleutnant Reinhart Reche returned to Narvik July 15th 1942.

Rombak post from your best Narvik Colllection ever!

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