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By B. J. Long, Steve Ginter

Convair XF2Y-1 & YF2Y-1 Sea Dart КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Naval FightersСерия: Naval opponents 23Автор(ы): Billy Jack LongЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 1992Количество страниц: 76ISBN: 0-942612-23-XФормат: pdf (72 dpi) 1370x1800Размер: 17.2 mbRapid fifty one

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The operation order issued for The Knight’s Move by Admiral Schniewind from his flagship Tirpitz on the day before this Berchtesgaden conference had dealt with every likely contingency. ’3 The strategic purpose of the attack was the destruction of the enemy’s shipping capacity; the sinking of the actual cargoes carried was of secondary importance. Enemy escort vessels were to be neutralized only in so far as necessary for the achievement of this objective. According to the German Intelligence service, the convoy was due off Jan Mayen Island on about  June.

U- was already putting out from Narvik, and U- had left Trondheim on the previous day. On the th, he ordered U- to sail from Trondheim next day, and on the rd he ordered U- and U- to put out of Narvik and Bergen respectively. , had come and gone and still the convoy had not been sighted. The German Air Force had completely reversed its former attitude to- * Nine U-boats were now at sea: U- (Bohmann); U- (Timm); U- (Reche); U- (Siemon); U- (La Baume); U- (Marks); U- (von Hymmen); U- (Teichert); U- (Brandenburg).

Deportation camps. While at anchor in New York harbour one month before, the ship’s ammunition magazine had been deliberately flooded ‘by a person or persons unknown’. ’ In Iceland on  June, twenty members of Troubadour’s crew mutinied, having been told their ship was now bound for Russia; they sent a deputation up to their Master, the Norwegian Captain George Salvesen, and told him they refused to take the ship any farther. The Reykjavik port director ordered Salvesen to use his ship’s Armed Guard to quell the mutiny.

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