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Ships sunk by German U-boats from February 1917 to February 1918 by Peio Elissalde

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Mar 27, 2016
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It is obviously published by some sort of German Imperial office.
In the very bottom left, a "Prof. Dr. J. [?] Keßler" (I think? bad resolution) is marked as the author from what I can tell.
It is 1:500000 (with the exception of the set-in of the African coast, which is 1:22,500,000) and was given out by the "Carl Flemming AG" in Berlin and Glogau.
The map shows sinkings from the 1st of Feb, 1917, to the 1st of Feb, 1918.
Red Dots mark the position of sunken ships.
Crossed sabres mark sea battles.
The light blue part shows the "See-Sperrgebiet", the territory actively 'defended' by German submarines, as of the 11th of Jan, 1918.
The thick red lines show the fronts established by the fighting armies on land, as of the 31st of Jan, 1918.
The thick black lines mark the borders at the outbreak of the war.
pink territory is Central Powers territory controlled by the Central Powers.
light green territory is Entente territory controlled by the Entente.
white territory are neutral countries.
Dark Green territory is "enemy territory controlled by the Central Powers", which means Entente territory controlled by the CP.
Dark Red territory is CP territory controlled by the Entente.


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  1. goiserer

    goiserer (March 27, 2016, 06:56PM )

    www.amazon.co.uk/J.-I.-Kettler/e/B 00JPPKW9A/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1 Will open in
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  2. goiserer

    goiserer (March 27, 2016, 06:54PM )

    www.amazon.co.uk/Flemmings-Schiffs versenkungen-unserer-U-Boote-Herausgegeben/dp/B001 4NO3O6/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1459 119240&sr=1-2 Will open in
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  3. goiserer

    goiserer (March 27, 2016, 06:53PM )

    www.amazon.co.uk/Books-J-I-Kettler /s?ie=UTF8&page=1&rh=n%3A266239%2Cp_27%3AJ .%20I.%20Kettler Will open in
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  4. goiserer

    goiserer (March 27, 2016, 06:34PM )

    The Name kann also be J.L.Kettler, but I think, the scanner read the point as part of the letter.

  5. goiserer

    goiserer (March 27, 2016, 06:20PM )

    archive.org/details/zeitschriftfrw i23unkngoog Will open in
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  6. goiserer

    goiserer (March 27, 2016, 06:17PM )

    The Name is Professor Dr. J.I. Kettler. May be You will find something usefull. I found this Google-Scan whith unbelievable many errors - but the Name of KETTLER is right whithout any doubt : www.archive.org/stream/zeitschrift frwi23unkngoog/zeitschriftfrwi23unkngoog_djvu.txt& nbsp;Will open in a new tab or window

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