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The Seeberufsfachschule was in Essen Werden. There a technical training took place.

# 404
The list of Kiel Jung is unusable for the reason that tapes were recorded there that never existed.
Other bands that give information about the time of the formation (2 points or 3 points behind the numbers) are not taken into account.
He has been propagating this nonsense for many years and has thus contributed much to the uncertainty among the collectors.

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15 minutes ago, LarryT said:

Hi Morten,

Very nice photo showing cap tally I have not seen before in a photo. Please show more.

Cheers,

Larry

Have not seen this before I either. Thanks for enjoying my new picture and want to see more. Post a
image for the same seller.
 

Cheer, Morten.

Hi!

 

      KRIEGSMARINEDIENSTELLE HAMBURG.

 

 

      Cheers,Morten.

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Hi!
 Thank you my friends Martin and Larry for comments and interest in the KM Threads at the GMIC Forum. I'm looking forward to good KM pictures but have come to the goal with some wishes. It is also a pleasure for me to follow their purchases and interest for Kriegsmarine.
Had the hope that the moderators and others in here could show more interest in Threads.
Cheers, Morten.
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I always keep an eye on threads, even if I don't comment on them, including threads that interest me as an 'outsider' (as in I don't collect such photos etc) such as this one.

Every addition is welcomed and appreciated.

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Hi Morten,

Kreuzer Admiral Hipper cap tally photo.

Cheers,

Larry

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Hi Larry,
 Wow, this was a clear picture that shows the name of the boat absolutely beautiful. Congratulations on your new picture and thanks for sharing it and continuing the activity on the thread.
Cheers, Morten.
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