By LIEUTENANT COLONEL HAROLD A BIVINS
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S. Hans-Heinrich \\'urmbach) was lying in the Schillig Roads outside \\'ilhehllsha\'en with a great deal of machinery already dismantled for a major refit. The work went ahead as scheduled and consequently the ship was out of action for the next twelve months. However, keeping the anti-aircraft arn1ament operational paid dividends when a Vickers \\'ellington bomber was shot down during the first BI;tish air raid on the city. S. Theodor Krancke) was not released for raiding operations until tl1e projected ilwasion of the nited Kingdom had finally been cancelled.
Howe\'er, one important question must be answered: \Vh)' did it happen at all? ~~ ~ HI" HA~OBOOK 1939-1945 TIlE FLEET de,·ices. TOIlJedoes, for example, were hung from deck heads ·nose down· to blo\,' the intedor to pieces once the supporting ropes burned through. Ne\'enheless, despite these efforts, many important pieces of equipment remained in good order and British agents succeeded in remo\'ing Graf SjJee's secret radar, gi\~ng the Ro)'al Navy a valuable insight into its performance. He doesn'l seem terribly happy.
Some of these prisoners were later handed over to a neutral ship, ensuring that the news of Scheer's presence spread very quickly. At first glance it might be difficult to see the reason for such masquerading because e\'en experts had problems distinguishing between the two ships, while performance as well as fire power was more or less identical. However, the object of the exercise was to give the impression that there were two raiders in southern waters, 66 TilE FLEET Following tllis, Greif Spee was disguised as a British warship by co\'ering the large optical rangefinder.