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RE: Navigation and the Wolf Pack tactic
Posted by: Steve Borgianini ()
Date: September 05, 2000 01:22AM

Robert,

I was reading your conversation Mr. Hetherington (sorry for the bit of voyuerism)and see that our interests are Similar. I am a collector of mareine navigational instruments. Of particular interest to me are plotting tools (protractors, parallel rules, dividers, etc.) used by a Kriegsmarine Obersteurerman. I have several pieces in my colection but am always looking to expand (isn't everyone!). I have been trying to conduct research into what types of instruments and tools were used by u-boat navigators buring WW II but have not found a reliable source, expert or written. What I've found I have uncovered from other collectors. Unfortunenately, they, like me are hardly experts. Would you know of a reference that could help me in my information search? Any help you could offer would be greatly appreciated.

Steve Borgianini

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Subject Written By Posted
Navigation Andrew Hetherington 08/18/2000 08:09AM
RE: Navigation Robert Eno 08/18/2000 11:38AM
RE: Navigation Jay Baker 08/19/2000 02:55PM
RE: Navigation Rbbert Eno 08/19/2000 03:20PM
RE: Navigation and the Wolf Pack tactic Andrew Hetherington 08/21/2000 10:12AM
RE: Navigation and the Wolf Pack tactic Robert Eno 08/21/2000 05:29PM
RE: Navigation and the Wolf Pack tactic Steve Borgianini 09/05/2000 01:22AM
RE: Navigation and the Wolf Pack tactic Robert Eno 09/05/2000 11:42PM


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