Table des matières/Table of Contents/Inhaltsverzeichnis

Wilhelm Küllertz

Version française

Les souvenirs de guerre de Wilhelm Küllertz

Les souvenirs de guerre d’un marin allemand – Chapitre un

Les souvenirs de guerre d’un marin allemand – Chapitre deux

Les souvenirs de guerre d’un marin allemand – Chapitre trois

Les souvenirs de guerre d’un marin allemand – Chapitre quatre: 24 août 1944, la fin du Z24 et du T24

Intermission – Pause

Intermission – L’homme qui a sauvé le port de Bordeaux

Les souvenirs de guerre d’un marin allemand – Chapitre cinq

Les souvenirs de guerre d’un marin allemand – Chapitre six

Intermission – Témoignage du fils d’un marin du Z24

Epilogue/Épilogue/Epilog (Willi Küllertz)


English version

Wilhelm Küllertz’s Journey Begins

A German Sailor’s Story – Chapter One

A German Sailor’s Story – Chapter Two

A German Sailor’s Story – Chapter Three

A German Sailor’s Story – Chapter Four: August 24, 1944, the end of the Z24 and T24

Intermission – Pause

Intermission – The man who saved the port of Bordeaux

A German Sailor’s Story – Chapter Five

A German Sailor’s Story – Chapter Six

Intermission – Personal account from the son of a sailor on Z24

Epilogue/Épilogue/Epilog (Willi Küllertz)


Deutsche Version

Wilhelm Küllertz’ Reise Startet

Erinnerungen an den Krieg eines Matrosen – Kapitel Erstes

Erinnerungen an den Krieg eines Matrosen – Kapitel Zwei

Erinnerungen an den Krieg eines Matrosen – Kapitel Drei

Erinnerungen an den Krieg eines Matrosen – Viertes Kapitel: 24. August 1944, das Ende von Z24 und T24

Intermission – Pause

Pause – Der Mann, der den Hafen von Bordeaux gerettet hat.

Erinnerungen an den Krieg eines Matrosen – Fünftes Kapitel

Erinnerungen an den Krieg eines Matrosen – Sechs Kapitel

Pause – Zeugnis des Sohnes eines deutschen Matrosen von der Z24

Epilogue/Épilogue/Epilog (Willi Küllertz)


Alfred Kühn

Marin Kühn Alfred

Version française

Le voyage dans le passé d’Alfred Kühn commence…

Le voyage dans le passé d’Alfred Kühn commence ici… Chapitre 1

Photos de la collection d’Alfred Kühn

Photos de la collection d’Alfred Kühn – Visite de l’amiral Karl Dönitz

Cartes postales de la collection d’Alfred Kühn

Le voyage dans le passé d’Alfred Kühn – Chapitre 2

Le rapport de Georg Freiherr von Maltzahn

Dossier secret – Occupation allemande de la pointe de Grave – Gironde

Les souvenirs de guerre d’Alfred Kühn

Le voyage dans le passé d’Alfred Kühn – Chapitre 3

Le voyage dans le passé d’Alfred Kühn – Chapitre 4

De la collection personnelle d’Alfred Kühn

Le voyage dans le passé d’Alfred Kühn – Chapitre 5

Le voyage dans le passé d’Alfred Kühn – Chapitre 6

LE RÉCAPITULATIF DES DIFFÉRENTES COMMÉMORATIONS ET RETROUVAILLES DU TORPILLEUR T24

Collection Alfred Kühn – Rudolf Decker

Collection Alfred Kühn

Souvenir de la première rencontre après-guerre entre deux marins – Hans Offizier et Alfred Kuhn

1973 – Première rencontre des marins du T24

1974 – 30ème anniversaire du naufrage du destroyer canadien HMCS Athabaskan GO7

1977 – Commémoration au cimetière militaire de Berneuil

1979 – Première rencontre des marins du T24 pour une commémoration

1979 – Le 24 août 1979: commémoration au cimetière militaire de Berneuil (Charente-Maritime) avec la présence de 14 marins du T24

L’HISTORIQUE DE LA CLOCHE DU TORPILLEUR T24

Collection Alfred Kühn – 20 septembre 1980

Collection Alfred Kühn – Amiral Hans MICHAHELLES

Collection Alfred Kühn – YMCA


English version

The Journey into the Past of Alfred Kühn Begins…

The Journey into the past of Alfred Kühn begins here…Chapter 1

Photos from the collection of Alfred Kühn

Postcards from the collection of Alfred Kühn

The Journey into the Past of Alfred Kühn – Chapter 2

Georg Freiherr von Maltzahn’s report

Resume of 40th Anniversary Commemorative Escorted Tour to England and France  

The Journey into the Past of Alfred Kühn – Chapter 3

The Journey into the Past of Alfred Kühn – Chapter 4

From the personal collection of Alfred Kühn

The Journey into the Past of Alfred Kühn – Chapter 5

The Journey into the Past of Alfred Kühn – Chapter 6

A SUMMARY OF THE VARIOUS COMMEMORATIONS AND REUNIONS OF THE T24 TORPEDO BOAT  

Collection Alfred Kühn – Rudolf Decker

Collection Alfred Kühn

Recollection of the first post-war meeting between two sailors – Hans Offizier and Alfred Kühn

1973 – First initiative for meetings of T24 sailors

1974 – 30th anniversary of the sinking of the Canadian destroyer HMCS Athabaskan GO7

1977 – Commemoration at the Berneuil military cemetery

1979 – First meeting of T24 sailors for a commemoration

1979 – 24th August 1979: commemoration at the military cemetery of Berneuil (Charente-Maritime) with the presence of 14 sailors of the T24.

Collection Alfred Kühn – 20 September 1980

 


Deutsche Version

Als Erinnerung in die Vergangenheit  von Alfred Kühn

Als Erinnerung in die Vergangenheit von Alfred Kühn beginnt hier… Kapitel 1

Fotos aus der Sammlung von Alfred Kühn

Postkarten aus der Sammlung Alfred Kühn

Der Bericht des Georg Freiherr von Maltzahn

Die Reise in die Vergangenheit von Alfred Kühn – Kapitel 2

Matrosenbericht über den Zerstörer Z24

Die Reise in die Vergangenheit von Alfred Kühn – Kapitel 3

Die Reise in die Vergangenheit von Alfred Kühn – Kapitel 4

Die Reise in die Vergangenheit von Alfred Kühn – Kapitel 5

Die Reise in die Vergangenheit von Alfred Kühn – Kapitel 6

EINE ZUSAMMENFASSUNG DER VERSCHIEDENEN GEDENKFEIERN UND WIEDERVEREINIGUNGEN DES TORPEDOBOOTES T24  

Collection Alfred Kühn – Rudolf Decker

Collection Alfred Kühn

Erinnerung an das erste Treffen zwischen zwei Matrosen nach dem Krieg – Hans Offizier und Alfred Kühn

1973 – Erstes Treffen der T24-Matrosen

1974 – 30. Jahrestag der Versenkung des kanadischen Zerstörers HMCS Athabaskan GO7

1977 – Gedenkfeier auf dem Soldatenfriedhof in Berneuil

1979 – Erstes Treffen der T24-Segler zu einer Gedenkveranstaltung

1979 – 24. August 1979: Gedenkfeier auf dem Soldatenfriedhof von Berneuil (Charente-Maritime) mit der Anwesenheit von 14 Matrosen der T24.

GESCHICHTE DER T24 TORPEDOGLOCKE

Sammlung Alfred Kühn – 20. September 1980

 


Pour nous contacter… To contact us… Um uns zu kontaktieren…

One thought on “Table des matières/Table of Contents/Inhaltsverzeichnis

  1. Site où on mentionne le Battalion naval Narvik

    https://christiebooks.co.uk/2018/05/anarchists-and-basques-in-the-second-world-war-3-the-medoc-front-cazafortines-2016-translated-by-paul-sharkey/

    Extrait
    And the same Asociacion notes that the units defending the fortified redoubts in Royan and Pointe de Grave: “… were manned by so-called FESTA (short for Festung ..) units … It fell to these to mount a defence (…) on 18 April 1945 when , having forced a passage through the outer rim, the Carnot Brigade arrived at the anti-tank ditch in Soulac-sur-mer.”

    In the sector where the Libertad and Gernika battalions would operating, Captain Fuchs’s Soulac-sur-Mer-based Festa LXXX was dug in. South of it there was Captain Portzold’s battalion of fusiliers with its command post in Grayan and there was also the ‘Narvik’ naval battalion based in Saint-Vivien-de-Medoc.

    The Asociación’s Facebook page also states that the latter were regarded by French historians as “elite troops always placed in the forward positions and who fought to the bitter end.” Their core was made up of the 536 survivors from the Z24 destroyer and T24 torpedo boat sunk on 24 August 1944 by Allied aircraft while setting out from Verdon-sur-Mer port. Those troops became the Narvik battalion which deployed two companies and a reserve unit made up of young sailors under the command of corvette Captain Birnbacher.

    Birnbacher refused to surrender – even though he had had a message from his superior, Colonel Prahl, asking for an end to the fighting and he kept up dogged resistance from bunker S305 into which he had retreated with his men. In the end he surrendered after heroic fighting.

    The commanders of the German garrison were, one after the other, General Fritz Meyer, a Russian Front veteran an knight of the iron cross with oak leaf cluster; when he took ill, he was replaced in November 1944 by Colonel Christian Sonntag who would die in March the following year when a grenade blew him up; his replacement was Colonel Prahl, commander of the 582nd Grenadiers Regiment (Jersey) who was in charge of the fortress right up until operations ceased.

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.