Creating a new exhibit is a process which requires a lot of research as well as a luck, which the following example will demonstrate. By sheer coincidence we happened to find an object of significant value for this summers exhibit. This object bears silent witness to the dramatic events that took place on the waves of the Baltic Sea during the fall of 1944.
|The Galeass Linnea.|
|U-958 was a submarine in the VII C -class. the most common type of sub used by the Germans during WW2 with 568 subs in service. The submarine was commandered by Captain-liutenant Gerhard Groth. ( U-1206 in the picture).|
The story of Linnea and her crew will be inluded in to the summer exhibit in Nagu 2015.
|The name sign float ashore at Hangö (Fin. Hankoo).|