ISLE OF MAN D-DAY issues 2019

About D-Day 75
To mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the Isle of Man Post Office is privileged to issue a new set of stamps, a dedicated collection honouring all the Manx men and women involved in the historic landings. Our set is a special 'stamp on stamp' design and includes the artwork from our 1994 collection.
Codenamed Operation Overlord, the battle began on 6th June 1944, also known as D-Day, when some 156,000 American, British and Canadian forces landed on five beaches along a 50-mile stretch of the heavily fortified coast of France's Normandy region. The invasion was one of the largest amphibious military assaults in history the Normandy beach landings.
This stamp-on-stamp presentation, derived from our 50th Anniversary of D Day 1994 commemorative issue depicts the most prominent military leaders of the Allied Forces who formulated plans which marked the start of a long and costly campaign to liberate north-west Europe from German occupation.

The Commanders featured on the stamps are:
General Dwight D. Eisenhower, US Army, Supreme Commander Allied Expeditionary Forces (SHAEF).
Air Chief Marshall Sir Arthur Tedder RAF, Deputy Supreme Allied Commander.
Lt-Gen Omar Bradley, US Army, Commander 1st US Army.
General Sir Bernard Montgomery, British Army, Commander 21st Army Group.
Major General Walter Bedell Smith, US Army, Chief of Staff.
Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsey, Royal Navy, Commander Allied Naval Expeditionary Force.
Air Chief Marshall Sir Trafford Leigh-Mallory, Royal Air Force, Commander in Chief, Allied Expeditionary Air Force and also in command of the landing phase for Operation Overlord.
Lt-Gen Sir Miles Dempsey, Commander 2nd British Army.

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The ships depict which are also depicted on 1994 issues, on the 1st stamp are the:
The left stamp of the se-tenant stamp shows the BEN-MY-CHREE : viewtopic.php?f=2&t=7611
Also, are depict some landing craft in the foreground which are not identified.
The right stamp shows from the top the VICTORIA: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=10494
LADY OF MAN: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6022
HMS WARSPITE, shown on the bottom in the right corner: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=9921
The landing crafts have not been identified.
The EU stamp shows also on the right stamp landing craft and cargo vessels which have not been identified.

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She was mainly used in the nitrate trade between Hamburg and Chile. On November 5, 1910, she collided with the steamer Brighton the Newhaven-Dieppe cross-Channel vessel, which was able to return to Newhaven. The Preussen tried to reach Dover with the help of three tugs but failed to do so, the strong South-West gale drove her on to an underwater rock l'/2-miles East of the Port and the ship was lost on November 8. SG1820
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Re: Preussen

Postby john sefton » Thu Jul 23, 2009 6:12 pm

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A Five Masted Steel hulled Sail Ship built 1902 by J C Tecklenborg of Geestemund for F Laeisz of Hamburg. 5,081gtns. L. 407ft. Bm 53ft. . Dr.27ft. Five steel masts. 46 sails sail area 73,000 sq ft. Crew 48. Used on the nitrate trade Hamburg - Chile. She was the only 5 masted full rigged ship ever built.
Between 1902 & 1910 she made 13 round trips – the fastest - and still the record - was 57 days from the English Channel to Chile.
On 6th November 1910 she was in collision with the Newhaven to Dieppe Ferry SS BRIGHTON. In thick fog off Beachy Head. The ferry had ignored the rules of navigation in trying to pass in front of the Sailing Ship . The PREUSSEN lost her foremast and forward rigging. The SS BRIGHTON was able to return to Newhaven. PREUSSEN attempted to make it to Dover, but was unable to do so despite the aid of three tugs. Tow ropes parted and a strong South West gale drove her onto an underwater rock off St Margaret's Bay about a mile from Dover. She remained on the rocks for some weeks in the hope of salvage, but a violent gale that lasted from the 4th January to the 11th of January 1911 broke her in two.
STAMPS FALKLANDS 8p. SG. 574. PENRHYN ISLANDS 1981 10c. SG.182. and BHUTAN 1989 SG.804.Grenada SG3143
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Re: Preussen

Postby aukepalmhof » Wed Apr 07, 2010 9:37 pm

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Built as a five-mast steel rigged vessel under yard No 179 by J.C. Tecklenborg Werft, Geestemünde for the F. Laeisz, Hamburg.
07 May 1902 launched as the PREUSSEN. She was the second ship under that name by Laeisz.
Tonnage 5,081 grt, 4,765 net, dim. 133.19 x 16.3 x 9.90m, draught 8.3m. length bpp. 121.92m.
Sail area 6,806 m², speed under sail maximum 18.5 knots.
Crew 46.
Building cost 1,200,000.00 DM.

She was the largest five mast ship in the world without auxiliary engines ever to sail. She was special built for the nitrate trade from the west coast of South America for Europe.
31 July 1902 under command of Captain Richard Boyd Petersen of the island Föhr she left for her maiden voyage from Geestemünde bound for Iquique.
05 August she passed Cape Lizard, and on 08 October she dropt her anchor on the road of Iquique after a passage of 64 days after she left the English Channel.
Her homeward voyage she made in 79 days.
The second voyage was the fastest ever made to the west coast of South America.
05 March 1903 she passed the Lizard, and eight days and 11 hours later she passed the equator, 36 days after she left the Channel she was already in a position of 50 degree south, after rounding Cape Horn she arrived 57 days after she left the Channel in Iquique.
Spring 1908 was she chartered by Standard Oil Co. 11 March 1908 she left Cuxhaven bound for New York, where she loaded a full cargo of case oil.
27 May she left New York and around Cape of Good Hope to Yokohama, Japan, where she arrived after a passage of 112 days.
From Japan she sailed in 75 days to Taltal, Chile, where she arrived on 30 December 1908.
20 January 1909 she sailed from Tocopilla to Hamburg
After arrival Hamburg Capt Petersen was replaced by Captain Hinrich Nissen. Captain Petersen made 11 roundtrips on her to South America, and 1 voyage around the world. Capt. Petersen got a shore job as inspector by the company.

08 May 1909 she left again Hamburg for Taltal where she arrived on 26 July.

Her last voyage was still under Captain Nissen, she left Hamburg 31 October 1910 bound for Valparaiso, with coal and general cargo. The weather was not favourable and Capt. Nissen decided to let the PREUSSEN tow by the tug PRESIDENT LEEUW to the English Channel. During the night of 5/6 November the tow passed Strait Dover, where after the tug let go.
06 November 1910 she came in collision with the Newhaven-Dieppe cross-Channel ferry BRIGHTON, the weather was foggy and the BRIGHTON made 17 knots, while the PREUSSEN made around the 4 knots.
The BRIGHTON tried to cross the bow of the PREUSSEN but the ships bowsprit sheered off one of the funnels, the fore rigging of the PREUSSEN was damaged, and her bow got a crack, she was taken in tow by the tug ALERT.
About 18 miles off Dover in the lee of Dungeness Capt. Nissen let go his anchors, but during a squall her anchor chains parted, but before she grounded Capt. Nissen got his vessel under sail and sailed out from the coast.
The PREUSSEN needed repair and with assistance of three tugs, the ALERT, JOHN BULL and ALBATROSS she headed for Dover.
By nearing the port a heavy squall hit the vessel and JOHN BULL’s towing cable broke, the bow of the PREUSSEN hit a rock in Crab Bay where after the bow got stuck, the wind pushed the ship around and she came broadside stuck against the rocks.

For weeks Capt Nissen tried to get her refloated, even with the help of 12 tugs she was not refloated. During the week between 4 and 11 January 1911 there was a heavy storm, and high seas broke against the ship, which broke in two and she was lost.
Most of her cargo was salvaged, and she was lost without loss of live.

Even today parts of the wreck are visible during low water.

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Penrhyn 1983 18c on 10c sg299.
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Re: Preussen

Postby Arturo » Sat Feb 07, 2015 9:10 pm

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Re: Preussen

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