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|Friedrich-Karl Paul (deceased)|
As Captain of the Kriegsmarine torpedo-boat Jaguar, Paul took part as an escort in the Channel Dash breakthrough of February 1942 and shot down 3 aircraft on the mission. In March he successfully captured a Royal Navy launch and in October his torpedo-boat sank the British cruiser Charybdis in the English Channel. He later served in the Baltic, his ship shooting down 7 Russian planes and sinking 1 submarine. He was awarded the Knights Cross in 1945. He died 1st May 1998.
Items Signed by Friedrich-Karl Paul (deceased)
|The Channel Dash by Robert Taylor.|
|Mesherschmitt ME109s of JG 2 fly close escort as the German capital Ships Scharnhorst, Gneisenau and Prinz Eugen, accompanied by a naval flotilla, round the tip of the Cherbourg Peninsula at dawn, February 12th 1942.......||NOT|
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