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Photos of HMS Exeter Vs Graf Spee

Article about: Hi friends, just picked these photos up and wanted to share them. The first 6 photos of HMS Exeter are taken before the Battle of River Plate The next 3 shots shows Graf Spee burning during

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    Hi friends,

    just picked these photos up and wanted to share them.

    The first 6 photos of HMS Exeter are taken before the Battle of River Plate

    Photos of HMS Exeter Vs Graf Spee

    Photos of HMS Exeter Vs Graf Spee

    Photos of HMS Exeter Vs Graf Spee

    Photos of HMS Exeter Vs Graf Spee

    Photos of HMS Exeter Vs Graf Spee

    Photos of HMS Exeter Vs Graf Spee

    The next 3 shots shows Graf Spee burning during the Battle of River Plate

    Photos of HMS Exeter Vs Graf Spee

    Photos of HMS Exeter Vs Graf Spee

    Photos of HMS Exeter Vs Graf Spee

    Burial at sea

    Photos of HMS Exeter Vs Graf Spee

    On the last photo its possible to see some of the damages to the hull of HMS Exeter

    Photos of HMS Exeter Vs Graf Spee

    btw. HMS Exeter was later sunk by the Japanese near Java.

    Cheers, Mads

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    Great photos! Nice find!

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    echo that.

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    Found these old British newsreels while searching the web, and there are many more.

    1940 HMS Exeter returns Home - YouTube

    1940 End of the Graf Spee II - YouTube

    Actually Im suprised how much video footage of the battle that exist.

    Cheers, Mads

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    Hi folks, just posted this pic in another post but here goes again. Stewy
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture Photos of HMS Exeter Vs Graf Spee   Photos of HMS Exeter Vs Graf Spee  


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    The Photos of the Graf Spee burning were taken when Langsdorff, her Commander set her on fire and sank her after she had to leave the Harbour.
    As far as I know, no German Sailor was Buried at sea, I have seen several photos of the Flag Covered bodies still aboard ship when she arrived at the harbor after the Battle.
    Just My Thoughts.

    Dean O
    Ajax Canada

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