Bismarck

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  1. reddragon

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    This is the anniversary of another tragic loss, the sinking of the Bismarck. While I don't agree with what the Germans did, I have to believe these young men died fighting for each other and for their loved ones. Many German families suffered this day, just as the families of others who were killed or injured in the war.
     
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    A bit of a late post but I will agree with you on this. I have a moving called the Search for the Bismark. Survivors of both the Hood and the Bismark come together and meet up and they all say that there is a bond between sailors and (at least for the surface warfare) it is a more civilized way of combat. My heart goes to the crews of both ships.
     
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