German U-Boat U9
You have a page on the German sub U-9 on your website that I found while looking for some info:
I've got a photo of U-9 that I scanned from a Collier's book published during WWI:
I believe it's out of copyright but am not 100% legally sure. I posted it for it's historical value.
BTW, I also have some other WWI pics up there, including one of the Australian battleship Sydney that sank the Emden off the Cocos Islands:
All photos can be seen at http://www.flickr.com/photos/mattzcoz/
I just thought you might be interested.
Thank you for your email.
Although the caption lists HMAS Sydney as a Battleship, she was but a light cruiser. See below:
HMAS Sydney (1913-1928)
In its long history, the Commonwealth Naval Forces from 1901/1911 and the Royal Australian Navy from July 10, 1911 have never manned a battleship,the nearest we came to that was the Battlecruiser HMAS Australia 1 in WW1, sunk off Sydney heads through the Washington Naval Treaty which limited naval ship tonnage to 10,000 tons, which she exceded.
You have some lovely photographs on your site, congratulations, and I will use the U 9 photo. if that is OK with you, of course acknowledging your site.
Again, my thanks for taking the time and effort to contact me.