I'm not certain about the rest of you but a few of the images in this German language magazine centerfold offering appear to be new ones to me
GERMAN U-BOAT DEUTSCHLAND WWI SUBMARINE 1916 PAUL KO (02/24/2011)...
Please let me know if the links will open for you and enjoy if they do.
The links work! Neat paperweight. That's a new one to me. Thanks for posting these, Walt.
It would be great if we could see those images a wee bit larger and maybe read the text too, wouldn't it? I don't think the name of the magazine was indicated in the link blurb but perhaps
one of our fellow posters might well have a copy of that two-page spread. Claas? Dwight? Anyone?
The images are small. Between Dwight, Claas, and Steve I think the chances are good one of them might have this. Hopefully they will be along shortly.
Another plate full of decorative wall-hanger art work... when will it ever end? NEVAH!!!!!!
Hank and Walt: Good posts, especially Hank’s Beer Drivers paper weight. Both the United States Brewers Association and the Beer Drivers Union locals produced commemorative souvenirs of the U-Deutschland’s first visit. Mostly they were Biergarten-size beer trays and calendars, but there were apparently others products too, such as the paper weight. There is probably a huge collector’s market out there that we know little or nothing about. One of my huge regrets is that when I had the opportunity twenty years ago to buy them at bargain prices, I didn’t. As for the center photo spread that Walt posted the three photos on the left are postcards, which collectively, we have. The two photos to the right are Paul König and next to it is a photo of Paul König, Graf von Zeppelin, and Alfred Lohmann. I’m pretty sure that photo was taken on the steps of the Bremen Ratshaus. The photo directly below those two is a postcard which I’m pretty sure that Claas has, showing the crew. The upper right photo and the three below it might not be a part of the U-Deutschland spread. The upper photo is of three NDL captains, one of which might be Paul König but I can’t be sure. I have seen that photo among the Bundesarchiv collection, but for the life of me, I can’t find it again. The bottom two photos are unrecognized, and I doubt they have anything to do with the U-Deutschland, especially the uniformed sailor, since he doesn’t look like any of the crewmen and is obviously a serving enlisted man. I’ll keep looking for those photos. Dwight