[ The Final Resting Place ]
As mentioned earlier, my main aim in making the special feature on the Gustloff was to ensure more people would be made aware of this terrible tragedy and I am happy to report that the aim has been achieved. To date, over 65,000 people have visted the Gustloff site and, on November 15th, 1999, the History Channel aired a World Premiere of a documentary covering that very subject. I was honoured to have been asked by the Executive Producer to participate in the making of this documentary, which I did by contributing data for his research. My thanks go to all those who have helped me amass the vast amount of data which has made this feature possible and especially my friend, Mr Klas Horndahl. Check out the preamble to the S-13 story here.
A new feature has been added. It describes the finding of Soviet Submarine S-8. You can find it here
Do not miss this latest feature at Omega entitled Marauders of the Sea, the story of Atlantis and other German Armed Merchant Ships of WW II. Includes several photographs.
Summertime is Sailing Time! Visit Desolation Sound, British Columbia onboard Y-Knot....
Two brand-new features have been uploaded . One is called The Saga of Submarine W-137 and the other is a great addition to the Gustloff feature called Submarine S13 Story; aka Captain Marinesko's Story. Submarine W-137 is back! Check it out right here! Not to be missed!
I have just uploaded a new feature called `Ahoy! As I Saw It. Naval Reminiscences.' World War II at Sea as experienced by a very good friend of mine. Filled with goodies, including links to a working copy of the Enigma decipher machine! Check it out.
The Wilhelm Gustloff feature has a new Main Menu to help you better navigate the ever-increasing number of new features.
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