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Old 31st July 2005, 22:24
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Re: Luftwaffe data from ULTRA

Of the SG4

Thanks in advance, mr Beale. I'll monitor your great site - have been doing so all the time anyway.

As of the unit's actions in Baltic area, unfortunately in the material I have it is mostly impossible to sort out the individual SG units. And during July-August there was many of them in the Luftflotte 1 area: SG 3 and SG 4 in the whole plus I/SG5 and III/SG2 (the latter for a shorter time).


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Old 18th March 2006, 10:59
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Re: Luftwaffe data from ULTRA

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Air Scientific Intelligence - Report No. 83 - Recent Developments in German Route Tracking and RCM (dated 26.3.45)

Since report No. 73 (July 1944) new developments highlighted

Hi Rod

it´s very interesting for me to read about the Funkmeßbeobachtungsstelle KOMET near Duisburg-Huckingen in this report.
Do you know the report No. 73 from July 1944?
Maybe there are some more information about this German Route Tracking method.

Kind regards, Eric
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Old 19th March 2006, 09:48
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Re: Luftwaffe data from ULTRA

Hi

I´m not sure, if everybody knows this part of an american reconnaisance picture from May 1944.

First of all: On this picture you can see the junction of the B288 with the B8. The place is directly to the city limit Duisburg/Düsseldorf.
The so called Groß-Freya-Gerät is to be seen in the right top of the picture, in center of the partly finished and at that time so called Reichsstraße 288.

Hope we can discuss this topic a little again...

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