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Photographer:Holger Jaschob [View profile]Title:FELLAAdded:Dec 13, 2005
Photo Category: Casualties
I found these photos in my father's assets. This vessel was sunk by her crew the same time when my father's crew sank their ship, the EISENACH, on 31.03.1941. The fate of this vessel is unknown.

Thanks to Carimar for information! She's the FELLA of Societa Italia.
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carimar on Dec 12, 2005 18:41 (12 years ago)
Hello Holger, this Italian freigther is the FELLA (6072/26) at the Puntarenas (Costa Rica)Roads.
Lanaud on Oct 01, 2005 20:24 (12 years ago)
This was highly done elsewhere also. The French did the same in the Port of Toulon, I believe. Sank their own war ships for obvious reasons. But, that was then, this is now! :-)
Holger Jaschob on Oct 01, 2005 19:39 (12 years ago)
You're right Lanaud!

That's what my father told me. They sank their ships so that the "enemies" shouldn't get the vessels.
Lanaud on Oct 01, 2005 20:22 (12 years ago)
Any idea why these ships were being detained? I'm sure they sank them so that the seizers wouldn't have them.... During the war?

Nice series of shots. Thanks for sharing.
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