REFERENCE No:1695
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Subject: The Pier - Zeebrugge, Belgium - with the funnel & mast of the the Steamer "SMS Brugge" which was scuttled by the Germans when retreating from Belgium. The 'Brugge' was originally the "Brussels" a British ship which in 1916 rammed a Germany submarine. In 1918 the ship was arrested by the Germans and Captain Fryatt was executed for his "crime", The Germans commandeered the ship and re-named it Brugge". In 1920 the Brugge was salvaged and re-fitted, and presented to the Admiralty. It was used as an Irish ferry until being scrapped in 1929.
Date: 1916
Size: approx 140 x 88 mm - Standard Size
Publisher: NELS the well known Belgian photographers & publishers - Photograhers Editions J Revyn, 14 rue du Canada, Bruxelles
Publisher's Card No: not numbered
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Stamp Box: none
Condition: Excellent condition
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