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For those of you who'd love to have a girl in every port, wear swanky navy uniforms and live a life on the ocean wave courtesy of GrossAdmiral Doenitz? Well, we could be the group for you! :D

Seriously though, this is a portrayal that's often neglected amongst re-enactment circles and one that we'd love to put firmly on the map.

Please take a look at our new website. We have lots more to add to it and lots of new and interesting events to attend as well (and the only group best equipped for the Beltring wash-out! :lol: )

So come on, accept the Fuhrer's schilling!

http://www.theuboatsociety.com

Oh, and any SBG lads looking in (Warren) no, you haven't got rid of me yet :twisted: (Not yet, Kameraden, not yet! :wink: )
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Cool will be watching that web space " " :lol: :mrgreen:
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Looks good 8) nice and easy to navigate, shall keep an eye as it progresses, though I think your models a bit wooden ... or is he fibre glass :lol:

Well done fella :D
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dink wrote:Looks good 8) nice and easy to navigate, shall keep an eye as it progresses, though I think your models a bit wooden ... or is he fibre glass :lol:

Well done fella :D


That's me! :wink:

Seriously though, the group's Elektro-mechaniker (Chris Goetze) had the expertise to put all this together. I believe he has done an excellent job, if you don't mind me saying so.
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There is a few bob been sunk into uniforms there.
Nice selection of tunes at the end too. Good work.

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Thanks Sean, see you on board soon?

Kev.
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Stiriling job by Chris then 8) when you doing your members page :lol: need some new target practises for the k98 :lol: note I'm joking - about the pictures not needing more practise :lol:
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SMASHING web site! thanks for the email BTW!
A very innovative new venture Kev. I'll be having ten pennorth... They tell me dark colours are slimming!!!!! hahahahaha!

Let's get this boat underway!!!!

you'll have a crew in NO TIME!

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Schäfer wrote:Oh, and any SBG lads looking in (Warren) no, you haven't got rid of me yet :twisted: (Not yet, Kameraden, not yet! :wink: )


Damn und blast!

So how many sheets of ply do you need for a type v11?

I wish you all the best with the venture - i don't think even the legendary "Mr Benn" has as many 'costumes' as you do Kev.

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warren wrote:
Schäfer wrote:Oh, and any SBG lads looking in (Warren) no, you haven't got rid of me yet :twisted: (Not yet, Kameraden, not yet! :wink: )


Damn und blast!

So how many sheets of ply do you need for a type v11?

I wish you all the best with the venture - i don't think even the legendary "Mr Benn" has as many 'costumes' as you do Kev.


Hi Warren, well.... funny you mention that. Some of us are planning a trip to Conning-Towers-R-US in the near future! :wink:
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Hoffman Grink wrote: They tell me dark colours are slimming!!!!! hahahahaha!


Well Paul, here's hoping! :D
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ALARM!!!!

lol nice site there!

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Thanks for your comments, it's been a pleasure doing the site! :D

Maybe i'll meet some of you soon!

Chris

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I have an idea for where we could meet and possibly a display.....

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As usual old smartasche has it field away in the memory vaults.....

Now I wonder how much it woudl cost to get THAT on a low loader to a show near you?????

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Be great just for a lark about and getting piccies, I've only got a wooden hand crafted sub, and if I stood on it, it would be broken :( :lol:
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