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Absolutely superb photo. My two favourite naval subjects in one photo, IJN and KM U-Boats. Great to see the Submarine School Graduation Badge being worn

Hello kunsho,

Hello Gordon,

the photo shows 3 crewmember of U 510, Cdr. Ritterkreuztr?ger Kapit?nleutnant Alfred Eick.

The photo was made 1944 in Kobe/Japan. The men on the left are the "Maschinenobergefreite Willi Zink", in the middle "Funkobergefreiter Martin Wagner" and on the right was the "Maschinenobergefreite Heinz Guyens".

Here are a monsunboat-foto from my collection. It shows another crewmember of U 510 with a rare "made in japan EK1"!

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Hi Wolfgang,

"monsun" that must be you! Warmest welcome to the most expierienced "monsun boat" collector I know in the western hemisphere :-)

... originally I thought I can still post your beautiful pictures here and earn the collectors admiration alone... :lol:

Matthias

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Hello Matthias,

yes you are right. Thank you for the big compliment "most expierienced monsun boat collector".

Hello Gordon,

nice photo! It shows on the left the chief engineer from U 532, Lieutenant Buggisch.

I have another photo from him in my collection, together with two sumo-wrestler in japan.

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Here are the original japan made EK 1 from Lieutenant Buggisch, together with his uboat cap emblem from U 532. Last year I get this two rare pieces together with photos and documents directly from Mr. Buggisch.

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Back to the begining of the post "Share yours! - U-Boat Badge Winners Photo Collection":

Here are one of the best photos in my collection. It shows a "Maschinenobermaat" from U 178 (yes, U 178 was also a monsun boat!) ;)

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