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Offline t-geronimo

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Neues Projekt: Dünkirchen
« am: 13 August 2011, 13:26:28 »
Heute habe ich die Freude, ein neues Datenbank-Projekt im Historischen MarineArchiv anzukündigen:

 --/>/> Wracks und Beuteschiffe 1940 in Dünkirchen

Der Name ist ja eigentlich selbstredend. Auch hier haben die Projekt-Mitarbeiter wieder jede Menge Daten, Fakten und Fotos zu den einzelnen Schiffen und Booten gesammelt.
Und auch hier gilt wieder, dass die Arbeit noch längst nicht abgeschlossen und das Team für jede Information dankbar ist.
Fotos werden ganz besonders gern genommen, selbstverständlich unter Nennung des Besitzers!

Für Diskussionen über die einzelnen Schiffe dieses Projekts ist im HMA-Forum ein eigener Bereich eröffnet worden:
 --/>/> http://forum-marinearchiv.de/smf/index.php/board,272.0.html
« Letzte Änderung: 13 August 2011, 13:43:50 von t-geronimo »
Gruß, Thorsten

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Offline Leandros

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Re: Neues Projekt: Dünkirchen
« Antwort #1 am: 13 August 2011, 17:42:05 »
Heute habe ich die Freude, ein neues Datenbank-Projekt im Historischen MarineArchiv anzukündigen:

 --/>/> Wracks und Beuteschiffe 1940 in Dünkirchen

Für Diskussionen über die einzelnen Schiffe dieses Projekts ist im HMA-Forum ein eigener Bereich eröffnet worden:
 --/>/> http://forum-marinearchiv.de/smf/index.php/board,272.0.html

This is an interesting theme. Particularly when considering that more than 230 ships were sunk during the Dunkirk evacuation, of which 72 (my info) were vessels in regular RN service, the others being of various categories. Therefore, when discussing, say, the Luftwaffe efforts, it is quite usual to not to credit the balance (160 vessels) to any specific German weapons branch. Of the 72 a  few were sunk by U-boats or S-boats. These are well documented.

Is this project also to document the way the various vessels were sunk? Or is the subject German vessels bombed in Dunkirk by the RAF?

Fred
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Offline Darius

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Re: Neues Projekt: Dünkirchen
« Antwort #2 am: 16 August 2011, 10:56:08 »
Hallo zusammen,

prima - ein spannendes Thema. Ein grosser Dank an die Verantwortlichen.

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Darius

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Re: Neues Projekt: Dünkirchen
« Antwort #3 am: 22 August 2011, 15:11:18 »
Leandros,
we want to document the Allied vessels lost during the evacuation of Dunkirk, if possible with cause of loss.

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Re: Neues Projekt: Dünkirchen
« Antwort #4 am: 22 August 2011, 16:33:14 »
Leandros,
we want to document the Allied vessels lost during the evacuation of Dunkirk, if possible with cause of loss.

Here is a contribution - please note these are vessels under RN command. Civilian vessels are not on this list (I believe..?).

Ships sunk at Dunkirk - http://naval-history.net/WW2BritishLossesbyDate1.htm

May 28 - Drifter BOY ROY (R, 95t, 1911), bombed, beached and abandoned in Dunkirk Harbour.
May 28 - Drifter OCEAN REWARD (R, 93t, 1912), sunk in collision off Dover.
May 28 - Drifter PAXTON (R, 92t, 1911), damaged by aircraft, and beached at Dunkirk.
May 28 - Minesweeper BRIGHTON BELLE (R, 396t, 1900), collision with submerged wreck, The Downs, English Channel
May 28 - Trawler THOMAS BARTLETT (R, 290t, 1913), sunk by British mine off Calais
May 29 - Auxiliary anti-aircraft ship CRESTED EAGLE (R, 1,110t, 1925), German aircraft, off Dunkirk, N France
May 29 - Destroyer GRAFTON (1,335t, 1936), sunk by E-boat torpedo off Dunkirk, France
May 29 - Destroyer GRENADE (1,335t, 1936), sunk by aircraft bombs, in Dunkirk Harbour, France
May 29 - Destroyer WAKEFUL (1,100t, 1917), sunk by E-boat torpedo off Dunkirk, France
May 29 - Drifter COMFORT (R, 60t), rammed and sunk by accident off Dover.
May 29 - Drifter GIRL PAMELA (R, 93t, 1912), sunk in collision off Dunkirk.
May 29 - Drifter NAUTILUS (R, 64t, 1929), sunk at Dunkirk.
May 29 - Landing craft assault LCA No.4, 18 (total 2, 11-13.5t each), lost in SS Clan Macalister, sunk by aircraft at Dunkirk
May 29 - Landing craft assault LCA No.16 (11-13.5t), sunk by aircraft at Dunkirk
May 29 - Minesweeper WAVERLEY (R, 537t, 1899), sunk by German bombers off Dunkirk, N France
May 29 - Minesweeper GRACIE FIELDS (R, 393t, 1936), sunk by German bombers off Dunkirk, N France
May 29 - Trawler CALVI (R, 363t, 1930), sunk by aircraft bombs off Dunkirk
May 29 - Trawler POLLY JOHNSON (R, 290t, 1918), sunk by aircraft bombs off Dunkirk
May 30 - Armed boarding vessel KING ORRY (R, 1,877t, 1913), German aircraft attack, Dunkirk, N France
May 30 - Motor canal boat AMBLEVE. Ran aground Dunkirk.
May 30 - Motor canal boat YSER. Ran aground Dunkirk.
May 31 - Landing craft assault LCA No.8, 15 (total 2, 11-13.5t each), lost at Dunkirk
May 31 - Minesweeper DEVONIA (R, 622t, 1905), damaged by German bombers, beached and abandoned, off Dunkirk
May 31 - Trawler ST. ACHILLEUS (R, 484t, 1934), sunk by mine, Dunkirk area

June 1940
 
June 1 - Destroyer BASILISK (1,360t, 1931), sunk by aircraft bombs off Dunkirk, France
June 1 - Destroyer HAVANT (1,400t, 1939), sunk by aircraft bombs off Dunkirk, France
June 1 - Destroyer KEITH (Leader, 1,400t, 1931), sunk by aircraft bombs off Dunkirk, France
June 1 - Drifter FAIR BREEZE (R, 93t, 1925) Struck wreck off Dunkirk.
June 1 - Minesweeper BRIGHTON QUEEN (R, 807t, 1905), lost by gunfire off Dunkirk
June 1 - Minesweeper SKIPJACK (815t, 1934), German bombers off Dunkirk
June 1 - Motor canal boat ESCAUT. Lost at Dunkirk. Date approximate
June 1 - Motor canal boat SEMOIS. Lost at Dunkirk. Date approximate
June 1 - River gun boat MOSQUITO (585t, April 1940), German aircraft off Dunkirk, while withdrawing from Dunkirk
June 1 - Trawler ARGYLLSHIRE (R, 540t, 1938), sunk by E-boat during evacuation from Dunkirk
June 1 - Trawler STELLA DORADO (550t, 1935), sunk by E-boat during evacuation from Dunkirk
June 1 - Tug ST. ABBS (550t, 1919), sunk by aircraft at Dunkirk.
June 1 - Tug ST. FAGAN (550t, 1919), sunk by aircraft at Dunkirk.
June 1 - Yacht GRIVE (R, 687t, 1903), sunk by aircraft during withdrawal from Dunkirk.
June 2 - Drifter LORD CAVAN (R, 96t, 1915), sunk by gunfire off Dunkirk. Date given as 1st-2nd
June 2 - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.12, 22 (total 2, 30-37t each), abandoned at Dunkirk
June 2 - Trawler WESTELLA (550t, 1934), torpedoed or mined off Dunkirk.
June 3 - Landing craft mechanised (MkI) LCM No.17 (30-37t), abandoned at Dunkirk
June 3 - Special service vessel EDV. NISSAN (R, 2,062t, 1921), sunk as blockship
June 3 - Special service vessel HOLLAND (R, 1,251t, 1919), sunk as blockship
June 3 - Special service vessel WESTCOVE (2,735t, 1912), sunk as blockship at Dunkirk.
June 4 - Special service vessel GOURKO (1,975t, 1911), mined off Dunkirk.
June 4 - Special service vessel PACIFIC0 (687t, 1905), sunk as blockship at Dunkirk.
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Offline MarkusL

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Re: Neues Projekt: Dünkirchen
« Antwort #5 am: 12 Juni 2020, 22:16:49 »
... zum nicht mehr ganz neuen Projekt ein Zufallsfund, vielleicht schon bekannt

http://www.archiv-akh.de/filme?utf-8=%E2%9C%93&q=D%C3%BCnkirchen#2

Teilweise bewegte Bilder der Dünkirchen-Wracks (jau, Wracks und bewegte Bilder, Kalauer, merk ich selbst).
Ach, kgvm, Du fehlst  :MG:

Gruß
Markus

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Re: Neues Projekt: Dünkirchen
« Antwort #6 am: 13 Juni 2020, 01:05:02 »
Schöner Fund!  :TU:)

Ach, kgvm, Du fehlst  :MG:

 :MG: :cry:
Gruß, Thorsten

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Offline Leandros

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Re: Neues Projekt: Dünkirchen
« Antwort #7 am: 13 Juni 2020, 09:35:58 »
... zum nicht mehr ganz neuen Projekt ein Zufallsfund, vielleicht schon bekannt

http://www.archiv-akh.de/filme?utf-8=%E2%9C%93&q=D%C3%BCnkirchen#2

Teilweise bewegte Bilder der Dünkirchen-Wracks (jau, Wracks und bewegte Bilder, Kalauer, merk ich selbst).
Ach, kgvm, Du fehlst  :MG:

Gruß
Markus

Seems to me that the French prisoners have taken good care of their personal equipment.

Fred

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