The fishing vessel Cabo de São Vicente was sunk on March 10, 1942 by a German FW200 - Condor bomber off the Cabo da Roca.
In a conversation with Richard Souza, grandson of the fishing boat commander, and Günther Ott, historian of the KG40, the unit responsible for the sinking, we will learn more about what happened that evening, name the authors of the attack and find out the reasons that led the Germans to condemn the Cabo de São Vicente.
This Podcast is in Portuguese.
Powered by RedCircle
Pictures from José Ethelredo Morais (yielded by Richard Souza)
Biblioteca Central e Arquivo Histórico da Marinha
- Arquivo Histórico e Diplomático