Friday, December 30, 2011

Herbert Boy, Ciudadano Colombiano

The New York Times
Herbert Boy
23 abril 1939








Coronel Herbert Boy
(era lindísimo)

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18 de septiembre de 2018

Publicación 1933 
La Voz Católica

Gentilmente suministrado por Manuel Lucho Berggrun residente en Cali, Colombia. 




(No, el de la foto no es el Coronel Boy)











Sunday, December 25, 2011

German Freighter Helgoland, 1940

5 octubre 1940
30 octubre 1940


20 pilots and various mechanics from Scadta

Shipping circles have received a report that the German freighter Helgoland has been cornered in the Caribbean by British warships and sunk.

The Helgoland escaped from Puerto Colombia on October 30 [1940], and was believed to be making for Germany. She was sighted later in company with an unidentified warship. She carried 30 Germans, including 20 pilots and mechanics of the defunct Scadta airline, and most of her crew consisted of sailors from the freighter Hannover, which had been captured by a British warship. It was feared that the Helgoland might make for Martinique, and that her airmen might try to fly the 100 aeroplanes unloaded from the French aircraft carrier Beam.

The Argus (Melbourne)
18 November 1940
FATE OF GERMAN FREIGHTER
Reported Sunk
NEW YORK, Sunday (A.A.P.)



SCADTA










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18 de septiembre de 2018

Fotografías de sobres cortesía de Manuel Lucho Berggrun, residente de Cali, Colombia




La viuda del Coronel Herbert Boy, Isabel Castaño de Boy (1904-1984), escribió carta a Karl Freese, residente de Bensheim, Auerbach, en 1968. "I l s e" es la traducción del nombre de Isabel en alemán.




1940 - Sobre dirigido por Stuart Hosie a Transmares Corporation en New York.

Scadta - empleados salen de Colombia

The New York Times
8 agosto 1940