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Original launch invitation from FPN 14971, Kommando der 7. U-Flottille for the launch of the U-Boat "G619" -- this must be a code number for another boat, since the U-619 wasn't laid down until 1942. Not sure with the "G" signifies. The Oberleutnant zur See Siegfried Atzinger did command two vessels, but neither match the date of this launch, so it must of been one of the boats where he served but didn't command.
US$99
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail to WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-765. Bears the boats Dienstsiegel / Service cachet with its FPN52665. From Wikipedia: the ship was sunk May 6, 1944 in the North Atlantic by depth charges from two Swordfish aircraft of 825th Naval Air Squadron from the British Escort Carrier HMS Vindex.
US$94
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail to WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-703. From Wikipedia: the ship was sunk May 6, 1944 in the North Atlantic by depth charges from two Swordfish aircraft of 825th Naval Air Squadron from the British Escort Carrier HMS Vindex.
US$59
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail to WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-38. Served in five wolfpacks, most notable the Prien group, headed by RKT-winner Gunther Prien.
US$70
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail in reused cover to WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-1168. Sent late in the War, Feb 1945.
US$59
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-1003. Served out of Norway, and was scuttled off of the coast of Ireland.) / submarine U-.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-630. to FPN 44550, 2nd Admiral's Office of the Aegean. Sunk with all hands May 6, 1943 (two months after this letter) by the HMS Vidette. Took part in four wolfpacks.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-2506, one of the advanced Type XXI 'Elektroboote', of which only 118 were constructed. Served out of Bergen, Norway, where it surrendered in 1945. With long contents.
US$349
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-1277. The crew of this sub either didn't get the surrender notice or ignored it, continuing their patrol until June 3, 1945, when they scuttled their ship off of Portugal. With typewritten contents "On Board... we feel fresh and sprightly...my motto for 1945 is: humor is laughing despite everything. It will take more than this to finish me off [Unkraut geht nicht]"
US$259
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U- 1001, servng out of Kristiansand, Norway. Sunk with all crew by the British frigates Fitzroy and Byron. With contents.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-633. From Wikipedia: sunk with all hands March 10, 1943 after being rammed by British freighter SS Scorton. Took part in two wolfpacks.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-991. Served out of Bergen, Norway. With contents, sent to Luftwaffe Panzer Art Regimet Hermann Goering
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-555. With contents.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-751.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-994. Letter is open on three sides and has file punches at right. Served out of Trondheim, Norway.
US$81
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-669 out of St Nazaire, France. With contents.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-2329, one of the advanced Type XXIII coastal 'Elektroboote', of which only 61(!) entered service and only 6 became operational and conducted actual sorties (sinking over 14000 GRT). No contents. Sent by the Commander, Oberleutnant zur See Schlott, with Dienstsiegel / service cachet of 8th UBoot HQ. [Notes courtesy Wikipedia and UBootarchiv] A very rare Feldpost.
US$819
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-505. Most famous (and sought after in the USA) due to being the boat displayed in the Chicago Museum of Science, her capture was a coup for the USA, since her Enigma machine was still on board.
US$259
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-1226, serving out of Horten Naval Base in Norway. With long contents.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-979. Served in several wolfpacks. With long contents.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-679. With contents. Sunk by Soviet mine with all hands in the Baltic.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-2324, one of the advanced Type XXIII coastal 'Elektroboote', of which only 61(!) entered service. With long contents front and back from the commander of the boat, Oberleutnant zur See Wolf-Harald Schueer, just a month after commissioning. Based out of Kristiansand, Norway.
US$349
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-271. Wikipedia: sunk with all hands near Limerick, Ireland by a US Navy PB4Y-1 Liberator of VB-103. Took part in two wolfpacks
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-1165, serving out of Narvik, Norway.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-973. From Wikipedia: Served in three wolfpacks. Disabled by British escort carrier HMS Chaser. With long contents.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-704, serving out of Saint Nazaire and La Pallice. From Wikipedia: took part in seven wolfpacks. With long contents.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-966. Scuttled in the Bay of Biscay, the sailors were interned in Spain.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-38. Served in five wolfpacks, most notable the Prien group, headed by RKT-winner Gunther Prien.
US$259
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-1063. From Wikipedia: sunk in the English Channel east of Land's End by depth charges from the British frigate HMS Loch Killin.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-620. From wikipedia: Sunk [two months after this cover] Feb 13, 1943 with all hands in March 1944 by Royal Air Force (RAF) Catalina of 207th Squadron RAF. Took part in five wolfpacks.
US$229