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U-35 crew member Theodor Schütt
Theodor Schütt was born on 14 August 1916.
U-35 on New Year's
Day, 1939, in Spain
(probably El Ferrol)
during the Spanish Civil War. On the dock: Gottlob Wilhelm Fischer,
Arnaschus, Johannes Martin. On board U-35:
Theodor Schütt, unknown, Ernst
Wensorra, Peter Schwarz, Johann van der Pütten, Paul
Fichte, Helmut Parthum, Erich
The crew of U-35, including Theodor Schütt, in Spain. 
On 12 October
1939, Theodor Schütt was awarded an Iron Cross
(second class) with the Chief Engineer Gerhard Stamer
for making successful repairs to U-35 on 21 September 1939 while sitting at the
bottom of the sea at 115 meters (377 feet). A British destroyer had dropped only one depth charge
(because, said the escort captain, contact was doubtful). That depth charge was so accurately placed that it knocked out one of U-35's periscopes and put the blower system out of action. |
Crewmembers of U-35 as Prisoners of War in the Espanola POW Camp
in Canada. Standing, left to right: Gerhard Marx, Heinz Küfner, Stefan Döbele, Theodor Schütt, Walter Roloff.|
Sitting, left to right: Peter von der Helm, Gerhard Oppermann, Richard Friedrich Lüneburg, Fritz Pietsch, Ernst Weber. 
Another photo of POWs at Bowmanville. Standing, left to right: [not identified], [not identified], [not identified], Paul Fichte, [not identified], [not identified].
Seated, left to right: Siegfried Kienast, [not identified], Gerhard Marx, Theodor Schütt. 
Another photo of POWs at Bowmanville. Standing, left to right: [not identified], [not identified], Kurt Grosser, Theodor Schütt, Siegfried Bruse.
Seated, left to right: Paul Fichte, Walter Konradt, [not identified], [not identified], Peter Schwarz. 
Theodor Schütt and his wife Ilse at a reunion of the U-35 crew. 
Theodor and Ilse
Schütt have passed away, and are survived by their daughter and
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