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Maurice Laarman:
Ein wenig besprochenes Thema, ich mochte hier jetzt ein Anfang machen es zu beschreiben. Es ist ein aufmerksame Geschichte, und der Werdegang einzele Personen ist sicher auch interessant.

Im Kriege fand ein Austausch von verwundete Soldaten, medizinisches Personal und religiose statt zwischen u.a England und Deutschland.

Dazu gehorte auch einige bekannte Offizieren, wie Fregattenkapitän Victor Oehrn und 'Charlie' Müller, Flottillechef 10. Schnellbootsflottille. (Sein Bericht nach der Heimkehr liegt hier vor)

Anbei einige Seiten aus das Zeitschrift die Wehrmacht, 24 November 1943.

Mehr folgt,

Gruss,

Maurice

Koehl:
Wirklich ein gutes, jedoch kaum angesprochenes Thema. Gut auch Texte und Berichte aus jener Zeit lesen zu können, somit kann man ein Verständnis der jeweiligen Zeit aufbauen.

Urs Heßling:
moin,


--- Zitat von: Maurice Laarman am 13 August 2011, 20:31:01 ---'Charlie' Müller, Flottillechef 10. Schnellbootsflottille.
--- Ende Zitat ---

Karl Müller wurde schon wenige Wochen nach seiner Gefangennahme gegen den brit. Major Michael R. D. Foot (nicht der Labour-Politiker) ausgetauscht.

[Chronik] 18./19.9.1944 - Kanal / Normandie
In die seit 8.9. eingeschlossene »Festung« Dünkirchen, in der nun der Marine (VAdm. Frisius) das Kommando übertragen wird, bringt die dt. 10. S-Flottille (Kptlt. Müller) mit S 185, S 186, S 191 und S 192 Munition und Versorgungsgüter. Dabei wird die Sicherungsgruppe S 183, S 200 und S 702, mit dem Flottillenchef an Bord, von einer Patrouillen-Gruppe mit der brit. Fregatte Stayner (Lt. Turner) und MTB 724 und MTB 728 vor Ostende abgefangen. S 183 wird durch Beschuss der MTBs fahrunfähig gemacht und von der Stayner versenkt. Die anderen beiden Boote kollidieren daraufhin und müssen aufgegeben werden. Die britischen Schiffe retten rund 60 Überlebende, darunter den Chef der 10. S-Flottille.

Gruß, Urs

Maurice Laarman:
Das war weil Foot Kentiss über D-Day hatte. Da war mal ein interessantes Thema auf axishistory forum. Habe es damals ausgedruck, ist jetzt online nicht mehr zu finden.

Gruss,

Maurice

Maurice Laarman:
Ich fand zufälligerweise dieser übersicht mit Tauschen: (weiss aber nicht ob man von ein Site kopieren darf, wenn man die Quelle auch zeigt?)

http://books.stonebooks.com/record/1005172/

War Diary records for Allied-Axis prisoner exchanges

 24 July 1941
Portugal
US transport West Point delivers German and Italian diplomatic personnel and families to Lisbon

 26 July 1941
Portugal
US transport West Point embarks American diplomatic personnel and families from Italy, Germany, and Axis-occupied nations

 24 November 1941
Germany
Berlin proposes comprehensive exchange of interned civilian nationals with UK

 10 December 1941
Japan
Acting on request of the United States, Swiss embassy in Tokyo suggests an exchange of interned Japanese and American diplomatic personnel and civilians

 8 April 1942
Turkey
At Smyrna, 919 Italian POWs and internees exchanged for 128 British POWs and internees

 6 May 1942
United States
Axis diplomatic personnel and internees depart for exchange in Portugal aboard US-chartered Swedish vessel Drottningholm

 12 May 1942
Germany
American diplomatic personnel held in Germany depart by train for Portugal for exchange

 14 May 1942
Portugal
American diplomatic personnel in German hands arrive Lisbon by train for exchange

 16 May 1942
Portugal
US and Axis diplomatic personnal and internees exchanged in Lisbon

 30 May 1942
United States
US diplomatic personnel and internees exchanged in Lisbon arrive New York City aboard US-chartered Swedish vessel Drottningholm

 3 June 1942
United States
Second group of Axis diplomatic personnal and internees departs New York City aboard US-chartered Swedish vessel Drottningholm for exchange in Portugal

 18 June 1942
United States
Swedish vessel Gripsholm, chartered by US State Department, departs NY for Mozambique with Japanese diplomatic personnel and other citizens for exchange

 25 June 1942
Japan
Japanese vessel Asama Maru departs Yokohama with US diplomats and internees for exchange in Mozambique

 28 June 1942
China
Japanese-chartered vessel Conte Verde departs Shanghai with US diplomats and internees for exchange in Mozambique

 29 June 1942
Hong Kong
Japanese vessel Asama Maru arrives to embark more US diplomats and internees for exchange in Mozambique

 30 June 1942
United States
Second group of US diplomatic personnal and internees exchanged at Lisbon arrives New York City aboard US-chartered Swedish vessel Drottningholm

 1 July 1942
French Indochina
Japanese vessel Asama Maru arrives Saigon to embark more US diplomats and internees for exchange in Mozambique

 24 July 1942
Mozambique
Swedish vessel Gripsholm, chartered by US State Department, exchanges Japanese diplomats and internees for US diplomats and internees from Japan, China, and southeast Asia aboard Asama Maru and Conte Verde at Lourenco Marques

 29 July 1942
Mozambique
Swedish vessel Gripsholm, chartered by US State Department, departs Lourenco Marques for New York with Allied citizens after prisoner exchange

 30 July 1942
United Kingdom
British vessel El Nil departs Liverpool with Japanese internees for exchange in Mozambique

Japan
Japanese vessel Tatuta Maru departs Yokohama for Mozambique via Shanghai, Saigon, and Singapore with British internees for exchange

 13 August 1942
India
British vessel City of Paris departs Bombay with Japanese internees for exchange in Mozambique

 16 August 1942
Australia
British vessel City of Canterbury departs Melbourne with Japanese internees for exchange in Mozambique

 17 August 1942
China
Japanese vessel Kamakura Maru departs Shanghai for Mozambique via Singapore with British internees for exchange

 25 August 1942
United States
Swedish vessel Gripsholm, chartered by US State Department, arrives New York with Allied citizens exchanged in Mozambique

 27 August 1942
Mozambique
Japanese vessel Tatuta Maru arrives Lourenco Marques with British internees for exchange

 28 August 1942
Mozambique
British vessel City of Paris arrives Lourenco Marques with Japanese internees for exchange

Beginning of a series of exchanges of British and Japanese diplomatic personnel and internees involving six vessels over several days at Lourenco Marques

 31 August 1942
Mozambique
British vessel El Nil arrives Lourenco Marques with Japanese internees for exchange

 1 September 1942
Mozambique
British vessel Narkunda arrives Lourenco Marques with Japanese internees for exchange

 2 September 1942
Mozambique
Following exchange of internees, Japanese vessel Tatuta Maru departs Lourenco Marques for Singapore with 947 passengers

 8 September 1942
Mozambique
Japanese vessel Kamakura Maru arrives Lourenco Marques with British internees for exchange

 9 September 1942
Mozambique
British vessel City of Canterbury arrives Lourenco Marques with Japanese internees for exchange

 11 September 1942
Mozambique
Conclusion of a series of exchanges of British and Japanese diplomatic personnel and internees involving six vessels over several days at Lourenco Marques

Following exchange of internees, Japanese vessel Kamakura Maru departs Lourenco Marques for Singapore with 870 passengers

Following exchange of internees, British vessel El Nil departs Lourenco Marques for UK with 400 passengers, including former British ambassador to Tokyo, Sir Robert Craigie

 12 September 1942
Mozambique
Following exchange of internees, British vessel City of Paris departs Lourenco Marques for South Africa

 13 September 1942
Mozambique
Following exchange of internees, British vessel Narkunda departs Lourenco Marques for UK with 875 passengers

 16 September 1942
Mozambique
Following exchange of internees, British vessel City of Canterbury departs Lourenco Marques for South Africa

 20 March 1943
Turkey
At Mersin, Axis POWs and internees (mostly Italian sailors stranded in Saudi Arabia in 1941) exchanged for British POWs held in Italy

 19 April 1943
Turkey
At Smyrna, Italian POWs and internees exchanged for 1916 British POWs and internees, with balance of Italians delivered to Portugal in June

 3 June 1943
Portugal
Italian POWs and internees delivered to Lisbon to complete April exchange in Turkey for British POWs and internees

 9 August 1943
United Kingdom
London proposes comprehensive exchange of interned civilian nationals and sick and wounded POWs with Germany

 2 September 1943
United States
Swedish vessel Gripsholm, chartered by US State Department, departs New York with Japanese internees for exchange in Mormugao, Portuguese India

 16 September 1943
Japan
Japanese vessel Teia Maru departs Osaka with US internees for exchange in Portuguese India

 18 September 1943
China
Japanese vessel Teia Maru arrives Shanghai to embark more US internees for exchange in Portuguese India

 22 September 1943
Hong Kong
Japanese vessel Teia Maru arrives to embark more US internees for exchange in Portuguese India

 25 September 1943
Philippine Islands
Japanese vessel Teia Maru arrives San Fernando to embark more US internees for exchange in Portuguese India

 29 September 1943
French Indochina
Japanese vessel Teia Maru arrives Saigon to embark more US internees for exchange in Portuguese India

 15 October 1943
Portuguese India
Japanese vessel Teia Maru arrives Mormugao with US internees for exchange

 16 October 1943
Portuguese India
Swedish vessel Gripsholm, chartered by US State Department, arrives Murmugao with Japanese diplomats and internees for exchange

 19 October 1943
Portuguese India
Japanese and Allied internees exchanged aboard Gripsholm and Teia Maru at Mormugao

 20 October 1943
Sweden
At Goteborg, 4159 British internees and POWs exchanged for 832 German internees and POWs

Algeria
At Oran, 3876 German internees and POWs transferred to German vessels Gradisca, Sinaia (ex French), and Djenne (ex French) for repatriation

 21 October 1943
Portuguese India
Japanese vessel Teia Maru departs Mormugao for Japan with 1500 exchanged internees

 22 October 1943
Portuguese India
Swedish vessel Gripsholm, chartered by US State Department, departs Mormugao for New York with 1500 exchanged internees

 25 October 1943
United Kingdom
Vessels arrive with POWs exchanged from Germany via Sweden

 27 October 1943
Spain
At Barcelona, 1036 British internees and POWs exchanged for 1057 German internees and POWs

 1 December 1943
United States
Swedish vessel Gripsholm, chartered by US State Department, arrives New York with Allied citizens exchanged in Portuguese India

 18 May 1944
Spain
At Barcelona, 1043 British internees and POWs exchanged for 900 German internees and POWs

 9 September 1944
Sweden
At Goteborg, 2654 British internees and POWs exchanged for 2233 German internees and POWs

 8 March 1945
Sweden
At Goteborg, Allied and German POWs and internees exchanged for the last time as chartered Swedish vessel Drottninghold departs for UK, Portugal, Egypt, and Turkey on repatriation voyage

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