You make a very good point. Competent at colour schemes, but he has gone completely overboard since he decided to beat Cernuschi at his game of making up fantasies about Royal Navy conspiracies.
Eine der letzten Granaten der "Hood", die als Weitschüsse in die See fuhren. Im Hintergrund die Breitseite feuernde Bismarck.
Foto: Lagemann, Papenburg
Eine der letzten Granaten der "Hood", die über Prinz Eugen hinwegheulend als Weitschüsse in die See fuhren. Im Hintergrund Bismarck.
Are described as "text that was on or with the picture". I expect the Bundesarchiv is quite meticulous about such matters. Antonio is happy to trust
Because it supports his contention this is the first salvo from Bismarck firing after PG has already started, but any caption which contradicts his fabricated timetable must be wrong. Even if it's the same source.Seegefecht des Schlachtschiffes "Bismark" unter Island. Schlachtschiff "Bismark" feuert seine erste Voll-Salve auf Hood.
As a German speaker do you think Bildberichter as opposed to foto credit makes any difference?
Remember the bad weather thing, and the wearing the turrets out by firing them for hours thing and the well we're running of fuel but she stopped firing ages ago because all guns are knocked out so need to bust a gut thing?FALSE !" She fired faster than KGV on May 27
Nice repro of NH 69723, but since you simplistically believe one splash can only mean one shot, and that can only mean PoW, since you can't see Bismarck in the NH 69723 frame, that can only mean this isn't Denmark Straits. Same daft logic. Tell me what Lagemann's ORIGINAL caption says.
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