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Jurgen Jurs


Jürgen Jürs 193x (2)
Max Jürgen Heinrich Jürs (1881 Elmshorn - 1945) was the last Captain to have all his career on sailships, as of 1904 for the nitrate transport for Laeisz.

From 1904 to 1938, he has driven most of the Laiesz's four-masts out of 6 of the 8 sisters (*) :
  • Pisagua (1904-1905),
  • Preussen (1905),
  • Peiho (1906-1907),
  • Pirna (1907-1909),
  • Pangani (1909-1910) (*),
  • Pampa (1911-1913),
  • Pamir (1914-1919) (*),
  • Priwall (1920-1921 ; 1935-1936) (*),
  • Pinnas (1922-1925),
  • Peking (1928-1931) (*),
  • Passat (1931) (*),

  • Max Jürgen Heinrich Jürs
  • Padua (1933-1935 ; 1938) (*).


  • Jürgen Jürs 191x at Santa Cruz (4)


    Between 1914 and 1920, he was consigned at Santa Cruz de la Palma with the Pamir ().


    Jürgen Jürs 193x aboard the Padua (3) (8)


    His birthplace gave his name to a bridge (2).

    Photos


    Jürgen Jürs 1914 aboard the Pamir (4)

    J. Jürs, museum of Valparaiso, (6)

    Jürgen Jürs 1928 (8)

    Jürgen Jürs 1914 aboard the Pamir (10)

    Jürgen Jürs 1914 aboard the Pamir with the sailmaker (10)

    Jürgen Jürs 1920 aboard the Priwall (11)

    Jürgen Jürs 1920 aboard the Priwall (11)

    J. Jürs 1928 aboard the Peking (11)

    Mit der "Peking" rund Kap Hoorn


    Jürgen Jürs, 1929, aboard the Peking (7)

    Jürgen Jürs, 1929, aboard the Peking (7)

    Jürgen Jürs, 1929, aboard the Peking (7)

    Jürgen Jürs, 1929, aboard the Peking (7)

    Jürgen Jürs, 1929, aboard the Peking (7)

    Jürgen Jürs, 1929, aboard the Peking (7)

    References

    (1) Max Jürgen Heinrich Jürs

    (2) Elmshorn

    (3) Elmshorn (a)

    (4) Viermastbark Pamir, Karl-Otto Dummer

    (5) Map

    (6) Flickr

    (7) Mit der "Peking" rund Kap Hoorn

    (8) Stadt Elmshorn

    (9) Jürs Brucke

    (10) Pamir, Eigel Wiese

    (11) Die letzten Flying P-Liner, Andreas Gondesen

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