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On this page you will find links to WWII related pages that are located in the other sections of this site.

Instead of having to check all sections you now have most WWII related pages in one place.

 

From the specials section

The story of Submarine O 20
As told by Sub Lt Anne Willem Huidekoper

 The Walrus and the Sub / I've never heard that before
Unique story of a Dutch submarine towing an aircraft.

Submarine against Submarine
North Sea, 1940, by Eric R. Schwarz

 K plaque launch
K-IX remembered at Seal Rocks.

The towing of K IX by Hr.Ms. Abraham Crijnssen
Written by Josephus van den Haak.

Dutch Submarine Attacks in/post WWII

Dutch Submarine Special & Mine laying operations in WWII

Did the Polish submarine Wilk ram the Dutch submarine O 13 ?
Compiled by: Miltiades Varvounis , Saiva Ziogaite and Bob Baird.

Battle by Moonlight: The Dutch O 21 versus the German U 95.
By Ton Biesemaat, son of submariner Jan Biesemaat.

Historic submarine K IX found
Several newspaper articles about the discovery of K IX.

The K IX Club, the vicissitudes of a Dutch submarine in the Australian Navy.
By James Ritchie Grant. From Sea Breezes Vol. 70 1996.

Dutch Officers Find Their Fathers' Lost Submarines.
From: The Submarine Review Jan-1999. By CDR Alden USN (Ret).

The story of Cor de Wolf, sole survivor of O 16.
By A.P. Bussemaker, son of O 16's CO Ltz. I  A.J. Bussemaker.

Locating the Hr.Ms. Submarine O 16, which was lost in 1941.
By A.P. Bussemaker, son of O 16's CO Ltz. I  A.J. Bussemaker.

Fatal war patrol of Her Majesty Dutch mine-laying submarine O 19 in 1945
By Siem Spruijt, crewmember of the Dutch Submarine O 19.

Third war patrol of Royal Netherlands Submarine O 19 from Fremantle.
By Siem Spruijt, crewmember of the Dutch Submarine O 19.

Royal Netherlands Navy Submarines in World War II.
From Navies of the second world war: Royal Netherlands Navy. 1967

Vice Admiral J.M. Mansfield (Head RN Submarine Branch) about
the Dutch Submarine Force in World War II.

By Vice Admiral J.M. Mansfield, Head of R.N. Submarine Branch (1946).

Vice Admiral C.A. Lockwood (ComSubPac) about the
Dutch Submarine Force in World War II.

By Vice Admiral C.A. Lockwood, ComSubPac (1945-1946).

 

From the men section

Lost Dutch Submarine Service Personnel

An overview of the Dutch Submarines related memorials

 The Fremantle Memorial

Most successful Dutch Submarine commanders in World War II 

Dutch submarines and commanders of the British submarine flotillas in WWII

Flag Officer Submarines (FOS) in World War II

Dodenherdenking at the Dutch Submarine Service War Memorial

 

From the pictures section

K XV in WWII
Photos from the collections of A. Freen / R. Visser, Aart Hopman and P van Dierendonck.

 O 24: With unique colour photos.
Photos from the collections of J.J. Kragten and H. Sannes.

O 20: Photos of the diving operation, 2002
Photos: Roy Leenderts.

K XVII: Impressive photos of the wreck, 1999
Photos: John S Moderate.

K XVII: Impressive photos of the wreck, 2000
Photos: B&J Diving Centre.

K IX: including photos of the beached boat
Photos: N. Peters.

K IX: The wreck revealed
Beautiful photos of the revealed wreck.

 

From the multi-media section

Various Dutch language interviews

 

The Submarines

They are all listed in the boat section, just check the listed dates to find out whether a boat served during WWII or not.

 

The Tenders and support vessels

They are all listed in the tenders section, just check the listed dates to find out whether a boat served during WWII or not.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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