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14 May 2000
How do you get so much information?! Your site is the BEST for anything with U-Boats. Thank you very much for all the time you have put into this amazing website. I hope you continue to update uboat.net in the future so that everyone can experience such a huge amount of great information.
  Craig Daste
  USA

1 Oct 2000
our web pages were of invaluable assistance, helping me track down the history and provenance of Hensoldt binoculars identified 668 by someone aboard and saved from a scuttle operation many years ago. I now will cherish and preserve them as merits their historical significance.

Regards and continued success with uboat.net
  Herbert Morrison
  USA

26 Aug 1998
I have been a regular visitor to the Uboat site ever since I was first connected to the Internet. What you have done here is truly magnificent, and the best thing is, it keeps growing. And always with this wonderful scholarship. Even those who do not care about U-boats should visit your site just to learn what can be done, and how it should be done. As a classical scholar I only wish there was something as good on Classcal Antiquity...
  Hans Aili, PhD
  Sweden

8 Oct 1999
A Big Bravo Zulu
I have been a regular visitor to your site since I went on line 2 years ago. I have surfed through hundred, perhaps thousands of internet sites but never have I seen such attention to detail or effort put into a service such as yours.

In these cynical times the sacrifice of the fighting men of all nations of both sides in WW2 cannot and must not be forgotten. Your site performs a valuable service in this regard and although dedicated to those who were my ancestors enemies, makes me glad that we are now friends and allies.

I'm sure you're aware of the significance of the Bravo Zulu in the heading and for the service that you have provided the internet community, it is well earned.
  Christopher D. Comars
  Canada

4 Aug 1999
I just wanted to drop a line and say that I´m very impressed by this site. Being interested in the WW II era I browse a lot and when I found this site I was busy for days. Keep up the good work and good luck in the future. I will definitely keep visiting every now and then.
Best wishes.
  Toni Canfora
  Sweden

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