Additional Information on this photograph which appeared in my post of 3 April 2014 titled:
Nemesis: Admiral Sir Max Horton and the Defeat of the U-Bootwaffe, Part One
you can find the entire post at the link below:
Thanks to sharp-eyed reader, Hans Saris, from the Netherlands, who sent me the email which I have copied and placed below the photograph. His email supplies lots of detail about the photograph for which I am indebted.
In my original post I had captioned the photograph above: 14 May 1945 German U-boat U-2326 surrenders to Naval Officer in Charge (NOIC) at Dundee.
Writes Hans Saris:
In your article Nemesis, etc, there is a photo with a Dutch naval officer, an interpreter, leading German U-Boat officers down the gangway.
The sailor to the left is Dutch too. On his cap you can see the first letters of “Koninklijke Marine ” which means ; Royal Dutch Navy.
The Dutch naval officer is : Ltz.1 J.F. van Dulm. From 10.05.1940 – 21.03.1944 he was Commanding Officer Hr.Ms. O 21 ( in command of this Dutch submarine, at the time stationed at Gibraltar, he sank the German U-95, commanded by Klt. Gert Schreiber, who became a p.o.w. )
From 04.09.1944 – 23.02.1946 J.F. van Dulm was the Senior Officer Dutch Submarines (Dundee).
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