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Old 18th January 2024, 19:42
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Hello from Germany

Hello,
I'm Karl-Josef Hagenkötter from Germany. My specialty is the history of the Deutsche Dampfschifffahrts-Gesellschaft “Hansa” (DDG Hansa), which unfortunately went bankrupt in 1980. I have lots of slides and photos of DDG Hansa ships and other ships that I would like to post.
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Old 18th January 2024, 19:49
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Hi ,Karl .

Welcome aboard .

Yes ,please do post your photo,s up on the site .

Your fellow Shipmates on here will be very pleased to
see them .
Some might even be able to add imput and information .

All the best , Karl
Happy New Year .

Tony
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Old 18th January 2024, 21:01
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Welcome to the site Karl.
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Old 18th January 2024, 23:36
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Welcome to the site K-J.
Photo posting is easy here and the 'search' function works well.
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Old 19th January 2024, 00:20
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Welcome on board Karl. New members with new interests are always very welcome.
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Old 19th January 2024, 07:21
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In the 1970's there was a Hansa Line ship in nearly every port in the Persian Gulf and many of them had heavy lift capabilities. I would like to see photographs of them.
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Old 19th January 2024, 09:11
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Greetings Karl and welcome to SH. Bon voyage.
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Old 19th January 2024, 13:53
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Karl-Josef,

Welcome to SH. We look forward to seeing your photos.

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Old 20th January 2024, 09:43
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Moin moin Karl-Josef, Welcome to this friendly community. I'm very curious about the photos you are going to present.
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