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Sea War Museum, Kystcentervej 11, DK7680 Thyborøn

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Første verdenskrig


Sea War Museum udstillingen - af Knud Jakobsen (DK) (UK) (DE)

Pris   30,00

Jyllandsslaget og Første Verdenskrig i Nordsøen - af Knud Jakobsen (DK)

Pris 300.00

Angrebene på Tønderbasen - af Knud Jakobsen (DK)

Pris   75,00

Kejserens sidste luftskib – af Knud Jakobsen (DK) (DE)

    Pris   75,00

Jutland -  the unfinished battle - af Nick Jellicoe (UK)

Pris 250,00

The last days of the High Seas Fleet - af Nick Jellicoe (UK)

Pris 250,00

Scuttle to salvage - Scapa 1919+100 years - af Nick Jellicoe (UK)

Pris 250,00

Jutland 1916 - af Innes McCartney (UK)

Pris 300,00

Scapa 1919 - af Innes McCartney (UK)

Pris 300,00

Krigen til søs 1914-18 - af Niels Holland (DK)

Pris 350,00

Dykninger og skibsvrag


Et dykker eventyr – af Knud Jakobsen ( DK)

Pris 200,00

Skibsvrag ved Vestkysten - af Gert Normann Andersen (DK) (DE)

Pris 100,00

Skibsvragenes kyst - af Gert Normann Andersen (DK) (UK) (DE)

Pris   30,00

Anden verdenskrig


U 3523 Krigens sidste offer - (DK) (DE)

Pris   30,00

Fra Vestkysten til Østfronten – af Suzi Apelgren (DK) (DE)

Pris 300,00

En tysker fortæller – af Bent Anthonisen (DK)(DE)

Pris 100,00

Thyborøn-Fæstningen - af Peter Anthonisen (DK) (DE)

Pris 100,00

Fæstningsværker - af Bent Anthonisen (DK)(DE)

Pris 150,00

Libertyskibene - af Holger Munchaus Petersen (DK)

Pris   30,00

Stillehavskrigen 1941-45 - af Mogens Lund (DK)

Pris 400,00

Det tyske kystforsvar ved Lillebælt 1944-45 af Poul Erik Pedersen (DK)

Pris 250,00

Gode miner til slet spil - af Frank Weber (DK)

Pris 300,00

Lokal historie


Paketten og rederiet – af Benny Boysen (DK)

Pris 125,00

Thyborønfortællinger/Christian Winkel Olesen – af Jens Erik Villadsen (DK)

Pris 200,00

Bønder og badegæster - af Mikael Bramsen (DK)

Pris 400,00

Fisk kan ikke tale - af Jens Østergaard og Flemming Højgaard Madsen (DK)

Pris 300,00

Dengang var der Fiskere til - af Kaare Kristensen (DK)

Pris   35,00



Hækbølgen Sea War Museum Jutlans S/I - årbog 2015-2017

Pris   60,00

Paul M. Cederdorff om kunstneren bag Mindeparken (DK)

Pris 100,00

Modermordet i Fjaltring- af Jens Kristian Links  (DK)

Pris 250,00

NEW! Scapa 1919

The Archaeology of a Scuttled

by Innes McCartney

The German High Seas Fleet was one of the most powerful naval forces in the world, and had fought the pride of the Royal Navy to a stalemate at the battle of Jutland in 1916. After the armistice was signed, ending fighting in World War I, it surrendered to the British and was interned in Scapa Flow pending the outcome of the Treaty of Versailles. In June 1919, the entire fleet attempted to sink itself in the Flow to prevent it being broken up as war prizes. Of the 74 ships present, 52 sunk and 22 were prevented from doing so by circumstance and British intervention.

Marine archaeologist and historian Dr Innes McCartney reveals for the first time what became of the warships that were scuttled, examining the circumstances behind the loss of each ship and reconciling what was known at the time to what the archaeology is telling us today. This fascinating study reveals a fleet lost for nearly a century beneath the waves.

pris 300kr









NEW! The Last Days of the High Seas Fleet

From Mutiny to Scapa Flow Hardcover

by Nicholas C Jellicoe

On 21 June 1919 the ships of the German High Seas Fleet - interned at Scapa Flow since the Armistice - began to founder, taking their British custodians completely by surprise. In breach of agreed terms, the fleet dramatically scuttled itself, in a well-planned operation that consigned nearly half a million tons, and 54 of 72 ships, to the bottom of the sheltered anchorage in a gesture of Wagnerian proportions. This much is well-known, but even a century after the Grand Scuttle' many questions remain. Was von Reuter, the fleet's commander, acting under orders or was it his own initiative? Why was 21 June chosen? Did the British connive in, or even encourage the action? Could more have been done to save the ships? Was it legally justified? And what were the international ramifications? This new book analyses all these issues, beginning with the fleet mutiny in the last months of the War that precipitated a social revolution in Germany and the eventual collapse of the will to fight. The Armistice terms imposed the humiliation of virtual surrender on the High Seas Fleet, and the conditions under which it was interned are described in detail. Meanwhile the victorious Allies wrangled over the fate of the ships, an issue that threatened the whole peace process. Using much new material from German sources and a host of eye-witness testimonies, the circumstances of the scuttling itself are meticulously reconstructed, while the aftermath for all parties is clearly laid out. The story concludes with the biggest salvage operation in history' and a chapter on the significance of the scuttling to the post-war balance of naval power. Published to coincide with the centenary, this book is an important reassessment of the last great action of the First World War

pris: 250kr



Jyllandsslaget og Første Verdenskrig i Nordsøen af Knud Jakobsen

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"Skibsvragenes kyst" af Gert Normann Andersen

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