Captain Christian August Max Ahlmann Valentiner (December 15, 1883 – July 19, 1949) was a German U-boat commander during World War I.He was the third highest-scoring U-boat commander of the war, and was awarded the Pour le Mérite for his achievements. He was also branded a war criminal by the Allies, for killing hundreds of civilians by sinking the Persia without warning on December 30, 1915, contrary to international law.

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  • Christian August Max Ahlmann Valentiner (* 15. Dezember 1883 in Tønder; † 19. Juli 1949 in Sønderborg) war ein hochdekorierter deutscher Marineoffizier und U-Boot-Kommandant im Ersten Weltkrieg. (de)
  • Christian August Max Ahlmann Valentiner (° 15 décembre 1883 - † 19 juillet 1949) était un commandant allemand d'U-Boot pendant la Première Guerre mondiale. On lui attribue l'ordre militaire Prussien le plus haut pour ses faits d'armes, la médaille Pour le mérite. Il est responsable de la destruction sans avertissement du SS Persia (de) le 30 décembre 1915, il viola, en accomplissant cet acte, le droit international et des règles de la guerre. Le bateau coula en cinq à dix minutes, tuant 343 des 519 passagers. (fr)
  • Captain Christian August Max Ahlmann Valentiner (December 15, 1883 – July 19, 1949) was a German U-boat commander during World War I.He was the third highest-scoring U-boat commander of the war, and was awarded the Pour le Mérite for his achievements. He was also branded a war criminal by the Allies, for killing hundreds of civilians by sinking the Persia without warning on December 30, 1915, contrary to international law. (en)
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  • , August 3, 1914 – October 27, 1914
  • , December 5, 1914 – September 15, 1917
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  • , September 22, 1917 – July 20, 1918
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  • Christian August Max Ahlmann Valentiner (* 15. Dezember 1883 in Tønder; † 19. Juli 1949 in Sønderborg) war ein hochdekorierter deutscher Marineoffizier und U-Boot-Kommandant im Ersten Weltkrieg. (de)
  • Christian August Max Ahlmann Valentiner (° 15 décembre 1883 - † 19 juillet 1949) était un commandant allemand d'U-Boot pendant la Première Guerre mondiale. On lui attribue l'ordre militaire Prussien le plus haut pour ses faits d'armes, la médaille Pour le mérite. Il est responsable de la destruction sans avertissement du SS Persia (de) le 30 décembre 1915, il viola, en accomplissant cet acte, le droit international et des règles de la guerre. Le bateau coula en cinq à dix minutes, tuant 343 des 519 passagers. (fr)
  • Captain Christian August Max Ahlmann Valentiner (December 15, 1883 – July 19, 1949) was a German U-boat commander during World War I.He was the third highest-scoring U-boat commander of the war, and was awarded the Pour le Mérite for his achievements. He was also branded a war criminal by the Allies, for killing hundreds of civilians by sinking the Persia without warning on December 30, 1915, contrary to international law. (en)
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