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Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-624. From Wikipedia: sunk with all hands February 7, 1943 (one month after this cover) by RAF B-17 Flying fortress. She took part in five wolfpacks
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-3521, one of the advanced Type XXI 'Elektroboote', of which only 118 were constructed. Reverse dated 4/12/1945.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-958. RPPC of ship's guns, with content.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-1016.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-628. With long contents on a postcard inside showing a happy couple. Sunk with all hands July 3, 1943 by RAF Liberator aircraft of 224/J Squadron out of St Eval in Cornwall. Took part in six wolf packs.
US$229
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-3506, one of the advanced Type XXI 'Elektroboote', of which only 118 were constructed.
US$289
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U-858, which has the dubious distinction of being the first German sub to surrender in WWII. Sent through Danzig, with Feldpost Tarnstempel of that city.
US$229
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
..then we go against England! German WWII UBoot / Submarine + Luftwaffe airplanes naval propaganda card in excellent condition, franked with Helgoland Mi750, used as a First Day Cover.
US$57
..then we go against England! German WWII UBoot / Submarine + Luftwaffe airplanes naval propaganda card in very good unused condition.
US$34
1939 Artist's patriotic Wehrmachts-Postkarten Serie 4 U-Boot / Submarine. Used in Vienna. Slightly worn, very good condition.
US$41
Haus der Deutschen Kunst HDK card #241. Slightly worn, very good condition.
US$41
Original, period WWI patriotic Real Photo RPPC boasting of the army's Dum-Dum bullets. Excellent condition.
US$41
German WWI naval patriotic donation postcard (Proceeds towards the naval wounded) showing a U-Boot / submarine crew rescuing English steamer crew.
US$34
An original, WWI-era artist-signed postcard of the Austrian Navy showing the sinking of the Italian curiser Leom Gambetta by U-boot / U-Boar / submarine U5, captained by the famous Georg Ritter von Trapp . A bit worn, as per scan.
US$34
Worthersee, Austria card used as a Marineschiffspost (MSP) - Feldpost from German WWI Imperial Navy Unterseeboot / UBoot / submarine command in the Mediterranean, with Marineschiffspost MSP20 cancel. Not having their own on-board post offices, the submarines used the Untereseeboot Kommando for their mail. This is from the Unterseeboot U21. Before transferring to the Mediterranean to support the Turkish front, the U-21 became the 1st sub to sink a ship (the cruiser HMS Pathfinder) with a self-propelled torpedo. [see Wikipedia]/
US$119
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Marine Marine Kleinkampfverband Gruppe GA / small submarine battle group HQ during the development phase, shortly before the first deployment in the late spring of 1944. A very rare cover, especially with contents, from the development of the German 'Kleinverband' boats.
US$579
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Marine Kleinkampfverband Unterseeboot (K-Verband U-Boot) Kampflot 265 / midget submarine with the Biber 265th Battle Fleet in Westfjord/Lofoten, Norway. With contents. The Biber (German for 'beaver') were tiny, single occupant subs that could be equipped with two torpedoes, on either side of the hull. Only 324 of these subs were delivered, and if they actually were able to start on their mission, most didn't return. I believe only one ship was sunk by the entire 'fleet'. A very rare cover, especially with contents, from a German 'Kleinverband' boat.
US$1599
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Marine Kleinkampfverband Unterseeboot (K-Verband U-Boot) Kampflot 265 / midget submarine with the Biber 265th Battle Fleet in Westfjord/Lofoten, Norway. With contents. The Biber (German for 'beaver') were tiny, single occupant subs that could be equipped with two torpedoes, on either side of the hull. Only 324 of these subs were delivered, and if they actually were able to start on their mission, most didn't return. I believe only one ship was sunk by the entire 'fleet'. This cover was written in March and somehow made it to Hamburg where it was finally postmarked on April 10, 1945. A very rare cover, especially with contents, from a German 'Kleinverband' boat.
US$1799
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Marine Kleinkampfverband Unterseeboot (K-Verband U-Boot) 5. Molch Flottille, Kampflot 415 / midget submarine with the Molch 415th Battle Fleet in Stavanger, Norway. With contents. The Molch (German for 'salamander' or 'newt') were tiny, single occupant subs (basically large torpedoes) that could be equipped with two actual torpedoes, on either side of the hull. Only 363 (or 393, sources vary) of these subs were delivered, and if they actually were able to start on their mission, most didn't return. An illustration of the sub is attached at front left. A very rare cover from a German 'Kleinverband' boat.
US$1599
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Marine Kleinkampfverband Unterseeboot (K-Verband U-Boot) 5. Marder Flottille, Kampflot 365 / midget submarine (actually a torpedo modified to hold a human) with the Marder 365th Battle Fleet in Skagen, Norway. With contents. The Marder (German for 'martin') were tiny, single occupant 'subs' (converted torpedoes) that could be equipped with a live torpedo slung underneath. If they actually were able to start on their mission, only a handful managed to return. An illustration of the sub is attached at front left. A very rare cover from a German 'Kleinverband' suicide boat.
US$1799
Feldpost from Deutsche Kriegsmarine U-Boots Begleitschiff "Erwin Wassner" / German Navy submarine aid ship Erwin Wassner. With Deutsche Rote Kreuz / German Red Cross machine slogan cancel.
US$46
Feldpost cover from FP23300, U-Boots Begleitschiff "Wilhelm Bauer" / Submarine support ship Wilhelm Bauer. With long typewritten contents.
US$41
Unused Real Photo RPPC German Empire WWI Unterseeboot (UBoot) / WWI submarine U9, commanded by Capt Weddigen.
US$41
Unused Real Photo RPPC German Empire WWI Unterseeboot (UBoot) / WWI submarines
US$34
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from UBoot Beischiff "Hamburg" / Submarine Aid Ship Hamburg.
US$57
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from Unterseeboot (U-Boot) / submarine U46 with contents on postcard.
US$169