Lot 569: Denmark Strait, Battle Of The

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Lot 569: Denmark Strait Battle Of The: Robert E. Tilburn (1921-1995) British Able Seaman, One Of Three Survivors Of The Battleship Hms Hood Following The Battle Of Denmark Strait, 24Th May 1941. A.L.S., R. E. Tilburn, One Page, 4To, Thornaby, Teesside, N.D. ('Sunday 6Th', 1971), To Mr. Holland. Tilburn Thanks His Correspondent For Their Letter And Remarks 'I Hope That You Found The Programme Interesting. I Know That I Did Although I Am Possibly Biased'. In Concluding He Apologises For Not Being Able To Send His Correspondent A Photograph; Burkard Von Mullenheim-Rechberg (1910-2003) German Naval Officer Of World War Ii, The Highest Ranking Survivor Of The German Battleship Bismarck Following The Battle Of Denmark Strait, 24Th May 1941. T.L.S., B Mullenheim, One Page, 4To, Dar-Es-Salaam, 6Th July 1971, To William Holland, On The Printed Stationery Of The Embassy Of The Federal Republic Of Germany. Mullenheim-Rechberg States That His Correspondent'S Letter Has Been Forwarded By Ludovic Kennedy And Continues To Comment 'The Bbc Programme Has, Meanwhile, Been Televised….Unfortunately, I Myself Could Not See It, But Mr. Kennedy Told Me That He Has Received Favourable Comments…I Hope That You Have Also Liked The Programme'. In Concluding He Apologises For Not Being Able To Send His Correspondent A Photograph. Vg, 2 Ludovic Kennedy (1919-2009) British Journalist, Broadcaster & Author. Kennedy Served In The British Navy During World War Ii And Was A Crew Member Of Hms Tartar, One Of The Destroyers Which Pursued The Bismarck Following The Battle Of Denmark Strait.] International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction September 2015 Saturday, 26th September 2015 Estimate: £100-120
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