Very Rare German WWII WW2 Navy U-Boat Binoculars and 28 Letters and Post Cards.
This binoculars belonged to Oberleutnant Karl Nielsen and was bought from Nielsen's family.
Oberleutnant Karl Nielsen since November 19, 1943 and until May 5, 1945 was a commander of U-370 U-Boat. For that period he made 12 patrols 146 days.
For sell on this lot are also 28 items belonged to the same Nielsen's family. Please note: last image is for sample only.
Estimate price: $5000 - $5500.
Recently German WW2 U-Boat binoculars was sold on eBay for $4695 (only Binoculars without any documents !!!). More over one postcard from U-Boat commander was sold on Live Auctioneer for $1430 (only one - not 28 like on this auction) - please see the screenshots.
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WIKIPEDIA: During World War II, U-boat warfare was the major component of the Battle of the Atlantic, which lasted the duration of the war. Germany had the largest submarine fleet of the revived German War Navy (Kriegsmarine) from 1935 into World War II (1939-1945), since the Armistice of November 11th, 1918 scuttled most of the old Imperial German Navy from the First World War and the following Treaty of Versailles of 1919. This limited the surface navy of Germany's new Weimar Republic to only six battleships (of less than 10,000 tons each), six cruisers, and 12 destroyers. British Prime Minister Winston Churchill later wrote 'The only thing that really frightened me during the war was the U-boat peril.'