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From innumerable records of German ruthlessness, it is pleasant to turn aside and read again these stories of two u-boat commanders who, while carrying out their stern duty, treated with humanity and kindness the crew of the little British trawlers … Continue reading
Here is their story of the Skipper of the Greek steamer ‘Diamantes’ to the ‘Daily Telegraph’ of how on October 4th, 1939, he and his men were landed in Ireland after 34 hours hospitality in a German submarine. Watched by … Continue reading
The article is a copy originally run by the “Daily Telegraph” in September 1939. It is a joint account of the rescue of the crew of the ‘Kensington Court’ told first by the Master, Captain J Schofield, and then by … Continue reading
This article is taken from The War Illustrated of October 7th 1939. It is a personal account from the “Eye Witness Stories of Episodes and Adventures in the Second Great War”. I jumped from the sinking “Courageous” Exclusive to the … Continue reading