Greetings to all of you ...
nice catch my friend ! ... a good quality version but running a bit too fast ... we need to evaulate it on this quality but with more possibility to stop a single pic/fragment of it ... I know I must go to Potsdam ( Berlin ) one day to search for that film, ... and hopefully find the full DS battle film if ever preserved ... and given back to Bundesarchiv.
Here an extract from you film version of what I assume is your new finding :
Here some more of it from a different film were you can clearly see the HMS PoW forward and aft turret firing :
and after we can see the beginning of what you have found now on better quality :
Moving on " The Plot ", ... which is the Norfolk and Suffolk battle tracks reproduced on a map for the Hood Second Board of Inquiry on August 12th, 1941, ... the one that was used to save RearAdm F. Wake Walker, ... I think you would agree that it is clearly NOT the result of what both Norfolk and Suffolk were communicating being their own positions on the radio messages sent that day, since it was a lot different that the one plotted.
The Plot correct name is : ADM 116/4352 Exhibit A
- Drew for Hood Second Board of Inquiry ( Adm Walker ) on August 12th, 1941 http://hmshood.com/history/denmarkstrait/S&Nplot.gif
After having made clear this point which is irrefutable and so easy to be demonstrated at any time, we can explain what has been done.
Suffolk had an error factor on more than 20 sea miles overall, ... Norfolk of only 5 sea miles.
Who drew that plot simply executed on graphic form what somebody was dictating him, and placed with the correction factor introduced the Norfolk and Suffolk tracks were they wanted to end up being each others.
Than with a "magic touch" thay placed the enemy track were they needed to, so in the middle of them and always at the distance they wanted them to be.
This is the truth, and I can demonstate it at any time to everybody.
But since I will be in Kew ( London ) at the Public Record Office ( PRO ) from January 18th, until January 24th, 2014, just looking for more of the original documents hidden for more than 70 years, I can be more precise after my trip about it.
What I need to find out is if also the track itself has been wrongly drew or only the positioning of it on the map for both cruisers.
In order to honor a soldier, we have to tell the truth about what happened over there. The whole, hard, cold truth. And until we do that, we dishonor her and every soldier who died, who gave their life for their country. ( Courage Under Fire )