again a bit too many different topics thrown randomly on the table, instead of raising one observation at a time....
..the only very disappointing evasive observations here are these attempts to avoid to acknowledge the set of evidences provided by Antonio (I hope the moderator will admonish this forum member no to accuse anybody anymore).Wadinga wrote: "There are also disappointingly evasive observations..."
Please stay to what has been identified (already shared) as reliable info and proposed as a starting set of evidences by Antonio: they are more than enough for the time being (viewtopic.php?f=1&t=8335&hilit=set+of+e ... 105#p81418).
No, they were not as 195° (reciprocal of 15°) was never communicated by Suffolk. It is not even present on PG battlemap... Please do provide evidence of the contrary, before changing argument once again.He also wrote: "They were given to Busch by Brinkmann in an astonishing breach of security, giving information about B-Dienst's ability to read the enemy's coded signals in real time"
Thus 15° bearing, 176 hm distance and the Suffolk "mast" are original info from German side (as well as the others, most presumably).
All the other bearings simply match perfectly with the British ones (from NF and PoW) at the same time, without need to speculate about "security breaches" and "disguising counter-measures" or whatsoever else.
In case they come from NF or PoW intercepted messages and not from direct observations (that needs to be proven), they would have been surely carefully checked through PG optical and RDF equipment, before communicating wrong or even fake info to Lutjens....
Regarding Jasper report, I agree it gives us many useful info, but I agree no bearing can be used from him, based on what we all have at hand here. Luckily there are bearings that can be picked up from PG KTB and battlemap.