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Friedrich Wilhelm Freiherr von Seydlitz-Kurzbach (* 3. Februar in Kalkar; † 8. November in Ohlau) war ein preußischer Kavalleriegeneral und gilt als. nen des Kranken lebhaft beklagte: „ Nicht so laut! nicht so laut! denn wo Seydlitz es in feiner Stube Hårt, so holt der Teufel Ihn und mich! " Seyd: like hatte der. Wir planen und liefern Einrichtungen für Privat- und Businesskunden. Lichtplanung inbegriffen. Funktionalität, Nachhaltigkeit und ein hohes Maß an.

During the Weimar Republic he remained a professional officer in the Reichswehr ; from he commanded the 12th Infantry Division of the German Army.

When the division was encircled in the Demyansk Pocket , Seydlitz was responsible for breaking the Soviet cordon and enabling German units to escape from encirclement; for this action, he was promoted to General of the Artillery and appointed commander of the LI Corps.

The corps was subordinated to the Sixth Army during the Battle of Stalingrad. Friedrich Paulus immediately relieved him of command of his three divisions the th, 71st and th Infantry Divisions.

A few days later Seydlitz fled the German lines under fire from his own side with a group of other officers.

Nikolay Dyatlenko. In August he was taken with two other generals to a political re-education center at Lunovo. Seydlitz was a leader in the forming, under Soviet supervision, of an anti- Nazi organization, the League of German Officers , and was made a member of the National Committee for a Free Germany.

He was condemned by many of his fellow generals for his collaboration with the Soviet Union. He was sentenced to death in absentia by Hitler's government.

His idea of creating an anti-Nazi force of some 40, German POWs to be airlifted into Germany was never seriously considered, while in Germany his family was taken into Sippenhaft , detention for the crimes of a family member.

Seydlitz was ultimately exploited by both Soviet and German propaganda : he was used by the former in broadcasts and literature to encourage German soldiers to surrender, while the latter cultivated the idea of "Seydlitz troops" German : Seydlitztruppen.

In he was charged with war crimes. He was put on trial for responsibility for actions against Soviet POWs and the civilian population while in Wehrmacht service.

Seydlitz died on 28 April in Bremen. On 23 April a posthumous pardon was issued by Russian authorities. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Beevor, Antony Viking, London. Scherzer, Veit Jena, Germany: Scherzers Militaer-Verlag. Each set consisted of a high-pressure outboard turbine which exhausted into a low-pressure inboard turbine.

Each turbine drove a 3-bladed screw propeller that was 3. Steam for the turbines was provided by twenty-seven small-tube Schulz- Thornycroft boilers that had two fire boxes per boiler.

The boilers were divided into three boiler rooms , and they were ducted into a pair of widely-spaced funnels. The ship carried up to 3, tonnes 3, long tons of coal.

Steering was controlled by a pair of side-by-side rudders. The guns were arranged similarly as well, with one turret fore, two staggered wing turrets amidships , and two super-firing turrets aft.

At Training and elevation was controlled hydraulically. Seydlitz carried a similar secondary battery to the preceding Moltke -class design.

The guns were manually elevated and trained. For defense against torpedo boats , the ship was also armed with twelve 8. These guns fired 7. The gun mounts were manually operated.

As was customary for all German capital ships of the time, Seydlitz was equipped with four submerged torpedo tubes. The ship mounted one tube in the bow, one in the stern, and one was on each side of the vessel.

As was standard for German warships of the period, Seydlitz used Krupp cemented and nickel steel for her armor plating. The deck armor ranged in thickness, depending on the area being protected.

The portions of the barbettes that were behind the main belt were thinner to save weight, which was a practice employed on most German and British ships of the period.

On 22 May the ship was commissioned into the German fleet, manned by the crew of the old armored cruiser Yorck , which had been recently transferred to the reserve fleet.

The ship served as Hipper's flagship until 26 October Shortly after the outbreak of World War I, a brief engagement between German light cruisers and a raiding force of British cruisers and battlecruisers took place on 28 August During the morning, British cruisers from the Harwich Force attacked the German destroyers patrolling the Heligoland Bight.

Six German light cruisers— Cöln , Strassburg , Stettin , Frauenlob , Stralsund , and Ariadne —responded to the attack and inflicted serious damage to the British raiders.

The arrival at approximately of the British 1st Battlecruiser Squadron, under the command of Vice Admiral David Beatty , quickly put the German ships at a disadvantage.

Along with the rest of the I Scouting Group battlecruisers, Seydlitz was stationed in the Wilhelmshaven Roads on the morning of the battle.

By , Hipper had requested permission from Admiral Friedrich von Ingenohl , the commander in chief of the High Seas Fleet, to send his ships to relieve the beleaguered German cruisers.

At , Moltke and Von der Tann were able to cross the Jade bar; Hipper ordered the German light cruisers to fall back to his ships, while Hipper himself was about an hour behind in Seydlitz.

At , the remaining light cruisers— Strassburg , Stettin , Frauenlob , Stralsund , and Ariadne —rendezvoused with the battlecruisers. Hipper ventured forth cautiously to search for the two missing light cruisers, Mainz and Cöln , which had already sunk.

By , the German flotilla turned around to return to the Jade Estuary, arriving at approximately On 2 November , Seydlitz , followed by Moltke , Von der Tann , and the armored cruiser Blücher , along with four light cruisers , left the Jade Estuary and steamed towards the English coast.

The British submarine D5 responded to the bombardment, but struck one of the mines laid by Stralsund and sank.

Shortly thereafter, Hipper ordered his ships to turn back to German waters. While Hipper's ships were returning to German waters, a heavy fog covered the Heligoland Bight, so the ships were ordered to halt until visibility improved so they could safely navigate the defensive minefields.

The armored cruiser Yorck made a navigational error that led the ship into one of the German minefields. Yorck struck two mines and quickly sank; the coastal defense ship Hagen was able to save men of the crew.

Ingenohl decided that another raid on the English coast should to be carried out in the hopes of luring a portion of the Grand Fleet into combat where it could be destroyed.

Twelve hours after Hipper left the Jade, the High Seas Fleet, consisting of 14 dreadnoughts and 8 pre-dreadnoughts and a screening force of 2 armored cruisers, 7 light cruisers, and 54 torpedo boats, departed to provide distant cover.

On 26 August , the German light cruiser Magdeburg had run aground in the Gulf of Finland ; the wreck was captured by the Russian navy, which found code books used by the German navy, along with navigational charts for the North Sea.

These documents were then passed on to the Royal Navy. Room 40 began decrypting German signals, and on 14 December, intercepted messages relating to the plan to bombard Scarborough.

Beatty's four battlecruisers, supported by the 3rd Cruiser Squadron and the 1st Light Cruiser Squadron , along with the 2nd Battle Squadron 's six dreadnoughts, were to ambush Hipper's battlecruisers.

During the night of 15 December, the main body of the High Seas Fleet encountered British destroyers. Fearing the prospect of a nighttime torpedo attack, Ingenohl ordered the ships to retreat.

Upon reaching the British coast, Hipper's battlecruisers split into two groups. Seydlitz suffered only minimal damage, and no casualties. By this time, Beatty's battlecruisers were in position to block Hipper's chosen egress route, while other forces were en route to complete the encirclement.

At , Beatty turned his battlecruisers towards the German ships. The German battlecruisers wheeled to the northeast of the British forces and made good their escape.

Both the British and the Germans were disappointed that they failed to effectively engage their opponents. Ingenohl's reputation suffered greatly as a result of his timidity.

The captain of the Moltke was furious; he stated that Ingenohl had turned back "because he was afraid of eleven British destroyers which could have been eliminated In early January , it became known that British ships were conducting reconnaissance in the Dogger Bank area.

Ingenohl was initially reluctant to attempt to destroy these forces, because I Scouting Group was temporarily weakened while Von der Tann was in drydock for periodic maintenance.

Graudenz and Stralsund were assigned to the forward screen, while Kolberg and Rostock were assigned to the starboard and port, respectively.

Each light cruiser had a half-flotilla of torpedo boats attached. Again, interception and decryption of German wireless signals played an important role.

Although they were unaware of the exact plans, the cryptographers of Room 40 were able to deduce that Hipper would be conducting an operation in the Dogger Bank area.

Aurora returned fire and scored two hits on Kolberg in retaliation. Hipper immediately turned his battlecruisers towards the gunfire, when, almost simultaneously, Stralsund spotted a large amount of smoke to the northwest of her position.

This was identified as a number of large British warships steaming towards Hipper's ships. At , Lion was struck on the waterline, which tore a hole in the side of the ship and flooded a coal bunker.

Beatty ordered his battlecruisers to engage their German counterparts. Seydlitz was struck in her forecastle at , by a At , Lion hit Seydlitz with another The shell itself failed to enter the barbette, but the explosion flashed into the working chamber and detonated the propellant charges inside.

In the reloading chamber, where the shell penetrated, part of the charge in readiness for loading was set on fire. The flames rose high up into the turret and down into the ammunition chamber, and thence through a connecting door, usually kept shut, through which men from the ammunition chamber tried to escape into the fore turret.

The flames thus made their way through to the other ammunition chamber and thence up to the second turret, and from this cause the entire guns' crews of both turrets perished very quickly.

The flames rose above the turrets as high as a house. The explosion killed men, and destroyed both of the rear turrets. The fire was prevented from spreading to the shell magazines, which could have destroyed the ship, by the quick action of the executive officer, who ordered both magazines be flooded.

Shortly thereafter, a pair of The penetration allowed water to enter the port feed tank—this hit eventually crippled Lion , the sea water contamination forced the ship's crew to shut down the port engine.

By this time, Blücher was severely damaged after having been pounded by heavy shells. The chase ended when there were several reports of U-boats ahead of the British ships; Beatty quickly ordered evasive maneuvers, which allowed the German ships to increase the distance to their pursuers.

Beatty, in the stricken Lion , ordered the remaining battlecruisers to "Engage the enemy's rear," but signal confusion caused the ships to solely target Blücher , allowing Moltke , Seydlitz , and Derfflinger to escape.

Seydlitz was repaired at the Kaiserliche Werft Imperial Dockyard in Wilhelmshaven from 25 January to 31 March , after which she rejoined the fleet.

The intention was to destroy the Russian naval forces in the area, including the pre-dreadnought Slava , and to use the minelayer Deutschland to block the entrance to Moon Sound with naval mines.

The German forces, under the command of Hipper, included the four Nassau and four Helgoland -class battleships, the battlecruisers Seydlitz , Moltke , and Von der Tann , and a number of smaller craft.

On 24 November, the ship ran aground in the Kaiser Wilhelm Canal , but was quickly refloated. On 4 December, while exiting the Kaiser Wilhelm Canal, Seydlitz became entangled in one of the net barriers.

Divers had to remove the tangled nets from the starboard screws. Hipper was on sick leave, so the German ships were under the command of Konteradmiral Friedrich Boedicker , who flew his flag in Seydlitz.

The German battlecruisers Derfflinger , Lützow , Moltke , Seydlitz and Von der Tann left the Jade Estuary at on 24 April, and were supported by a screening force of 6 light cruisers and two torpedo boat flotillas.

The British Admiralty was made aware of the German sortie through the interception of German wireless signals, and deployed the Grand Fleet at By , Boedicker's ships had reached a position off Norderney , at which point he turned his ships northward to avoid the Dutch observers on the island of Terschelling.

The ship's draft increased 1. The four remaining battlecruisers turned south immediately in the direction of Norderney to avoid further mine damage.

By , Seydlitz was clear of imminent danger, so the ship stopped to allow Boedicker to disembark. The torpedo boat V28 brought Boedicker to Lützow , and the operation continued as planned.

After Boedicker departed the ship, Seydlitz , escorted by a pair of torpedo boats, withdrew southward to the Jade. He had initially intended to launch the operation in mid-May, but the mine damage to Seydlitz had proved difficult to repair—Scheer was unwilling to embark on a major raid without his battlecruiser forces at full strength.

On 22 May, the Wilhelmshaven dockyard reported the ship to be fit for duty, but tests carried out that night showed that the broadside torpedo flat that had been damaged by the mine was still not watertight, and there were still leaks in the fore and aft transverse bulkheads.

Further repairs were necessary, and so the operation was postponed another week, by which time the Wilhelmshaven dockyard assured Scheer that the ship would be ready.

At noon on 28 May, the repairs to Seydlitz were finally completed, and the ship returned to I Scouting Group. On the night of 30 May , Seydlitz and the other four battlecruisers of I Scouting Group lay in anchor in the Jade roadstead.

By this time, Hipper had transferred his flag from Seydlitz to the newer battlecruiser Lützow. Seydlitz took her place in the center of the line, to the rear of Derfflinger and ahead of Moltke.

An hour and a half later, the High Seas Fleet under the command of Scheer left the Jade; the force was composed of 16 dreadnoughts.

The six pre-dreadnoughts of II Battle Squadron had departed from the Elbe roads at , and rendezvoused with the battle fleet at Shortly before , Hipper's force encountered Beatty's battlecruiser squadron.

As the two lines of battlecruisers deployed to engage each other, Seydlitz began to duel with her opposite in the British line, Queen Mary.

She was close enough to the ships of the British 9th and 10th Destroyer Flotillas that her secondary guns could effectively engage them.

The other four German battlecruisers employed their secondary battery against the British battlecruisers. Between and , Seydlitz was struck by two heavy caliber shells from Queen Mary.

The first shell penetrated the side of the ship five feet above the main battery deck, and caused a number of small fires.

The second shell penetrated the barbette of the aft superfiring turret. Four propellant charges were ignited in the working chamber; the resulting fire flashed up into the turret and down to the magazine.

The anti-flash precautions that had been put in place after the explosion at Dogger Bank prevented any further propellant explosions.

Regardless, the turret was destroyed and most of the gun crew had been killed in the blaze. By , the British battlecruisers were taking a severe battering from their German opponents.

Indefatigable had been destroyed by a salvo from Von der Tann approximately 20 minutes before, and Beatty sought to turn his ships away by 2 points in order to regroup, while the Queen Elizabeth -class battleships of the 5th Battle Squadron arrived on the scene and provided covering fire.

As the British battlecruisers began to turn away, Seydlitz and Derfflinger were able to concentrate their fire on Queen Mary. Witnesses reported at least 5 shells from two salvos hit the ship, which caused an intense explosion that ripped the Queen Mary in half.

Shortly after the destruction of Queen Mary , both British and German destroyers attempted to make torpedo attacks on the opposing lines.

One British torpedo struck Seydlitz at The torpedo hit the ship directly below the fore turret, slightly aft of where she had been mined the month before.

Despite the damage, the ship was still able to maintain her top speed, and kept position in the line. The leading ships of the German battle fleet had by come within effective range of the British ships, and had begun trading shots with the British battlecruisers and Queen Elizabeth -class battleships.

This shell struck the face of the port wing turret and disabled the guns. As the evening wore on, visibility steadily decreased for the German ships.

Seydlitz ' s commander, Kapitän zur See von Egidy, later remarked:. There was a dense mist, so that as a rule only the flashes of the enemy's guns, but not the ships themselves, could be seen.

Our distance had been reduced from 18, to 13, yards. From north-west to north-east we had before us a hostile line firing its guns, though in the mist we could only glimpse the flashes from time to time.

It was a mighty and terrible spectacle. At around , Beatty's forces were nearing the main body of the Grand Fleet, and to delay the discovery of the Grand Fleet's location by the German fleet, he turned his ships towards the German line, in order to force them to turn as well.

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Our distance had been reduced from 18, to 13, yards. From north-west to north-east we had before us a hostile line firing its guns, though in the mist we could only glimpse the flashes from time to time.

It was a mighty and terrible spectacle. At around , Beatty's forces were nearing the main body of the Grand Fleet, and to delay the discovery of the Grand Fleet's location by the German fleet, he turned his ships towards the German line, in order to force them to turn as well.

Visibility continued to favor the British, and the German battlecruisers paid the price. Over the next several minutes, Seydlitz was hit six times, primarily on the forward section of the ship.

A fire started under the ship's forecastle. The smothering fire from Beatty's ships forced Hipper to temporarily withdraw his battlecruisers to the southwest.

As the ships withdrew, Seydlitz began taking on more water, and the list to starboard worsened. The ship was thoroughly flooded above the middle deck in the fore compartments, and had nearly lost all buoyancy.

By , the High Seas Fleet, which was by that point pursuing the British battlecruisers, had not yet encountered the Grand Fleet. Scheer had been considering retiring his forces before darkness exposed his ships to torpedo boat attack.

He had not yet made a decision when his leading battleships encountered the main body of the Grand Fleet.

This development made it impossible for Scheer to retreat, for doing so would have sacrificed the slower pre-dreadnought battleships of II Battle Squadron, while using his dreadnoughts and battlecruisers to cover their retreat would have subjected his strongest ships to overwhelming British fire.

Instead, Scheer ordered his ships to turn 16 points to starboard, which would bring the pre-dreadnoughts to the relative safety of the disengaged side of the German battle line.

Seydlitz and the other battlecruisers followed the move, which put them astern of König. Hipper's badly battered ships gained a temporary moment of respite, and uncertainty over the exact location and course of Scheer's ships led Admiral Jellicoe to turn his ships eastward, towards what he thought was the likely path of the German retreat.

The German fleet was instead sailing west, but Scheer ordered a second point turn, which reversed course and pointed his ships at the center of the British fleet.

The German fleet came under intense fire from the British line, and Scheer sent Seydlitz , Von der Tann , Moltke , and Derfflinger at high speed towards the British fleet, in an attempt to disrupt their formation and gain time for his main force to retreat.

Seydlitz managed to hit Colossus once, but caused only minor damage to the ship's superstructure. Three minutes later, the German battlecruisers turned in retreat, covered by a torpedo boat attack.

A pause in the battle at dusk allowed Seydlitz and the other German battlecruisers to cut away wreckage that interfered with the main guns, extinguish fires, repair the fire control and signal equipment, and ready the searchlights for nighttime action.

During this period, the German fleet reorganized into a well-ordered formation in reverse order, when the German light forces encountered the British screen shortly after The renewed gunfire gained Beatty's attention, so he turned his battlecruisers westward.

In the ensuing melee, Seydlitz was hit several times; one shell struck the rear gun turret and other hit the ship's bridge. The entire bridge crew was killed and several men in the conning tower were wounded.

The German ships returned fire with every gun available, and at hit both Lion and Princess Royal in the darkness. The maneuvering of the German battlecruisers forced the leading I Battle Squadron to turn westward to avoid collision.

This brought the pre-dreadnoughts of II Battle Squadron directly behind the battlecruisers, and prevented the British ships from pursuing the German battlecruisers when they turned southward.

The British battlecruisers opened fire on the old battleships; the German ships turned southwest to bring all of their guns to bear against the British ships.

Seydlitz and Moltke were in the process of steaming to the front of the line when the ships passed close to Stettin , which forced the ship to drastically slow down to avoid collision.

Konteradmiral Ludwig von Reuter decided to attempt to lure the British cruisers towards Moltke and Seydlitz. Nearly simultaneously, the heavily damaged British cruisers broke off the attack.

As the light cruisers were disengaging, a torpedo fired by Southampton struck Frauenlob , and the ship exploded. The German formation fell into disarray, and in the confusion, Seydlitz lost sight of Moltke.

At , Seydlitz was attempting to thread her way through the British fleet, but was sighted by the dreadnought Agincourt and noted as a "ship or Destroyer".

Agincourt ' s captain did not want to risk giving away his ship's position, and so allowed her to pass. Both of the ship's gyro-compasses had failed, so the light cruiser Pillau was sent to guide the ship home.

By on 1 June, Seydlitz was in critical condition; the bow was nearly completely submerged, and the only buoyancy that remained in the forward section of the ship was the broadside torpedo room.

Preparations were being made to evacuate the wounded crew when a pair of pump steamers arrived on the scene.

The ships were able to stabilize Seydlitz ' s flooding, and the ship managed to limp back to port. At most, Seydlitz had been flooded by 5, tonnes 5, long tons of water.

Close to the end of the battle, at , Hipper transmitted a report to Scheer informing him of the tremendous damage his ships had suffered. Hipper reported: "I Scouting Group was therefore no longer of any value for a serious engagement, and was consequently directed to return to harbor by the Commander-in-Chief, while he himself determined to await developments off Horns Reef with the battlefleet.

The ship suffered a total of 98 of her crew killed and 55 wounded. On 15 June , repair work to Seydlitz began in the Imperial Dockyard in Wilhelmshaven, and continued until 1 October.

The ship then underwent individual training, and rejoined the fleet in November. With his previous flagship Lützow at the bottom of the North Sea, Hipper again raised his flag in Seydlitz.

Scheer had begun to use light surface forces to attack British convoys to Norway beginning in late As a result, the Royal Navy attached a squadron of battleships to protect the convoys, which presented Scheer with the possibility of destroying a detached squadron of the Grand Fleet.

Scheer remarked that "A successful attack on such a convoy would not only result in the sinking of much tonnage, but would be a great military success, and would This denied the British the ability to intercept and decrypt German signals, which had previously been a significant advantage.

The operation called for Hipper's battlecruisers to attack the convoy and its escorts on 23 April while the battleships of the High Seas Fleet stood by in support.

Despite the success in reaching the convoy route undetected, the operation failed due to faulty intelligence. Reports from U-boats indicated to Scheer that the convoys sailed at the start and middle of each week, but a west-bound convoy had left Bergen on Tuesday the 22nd and an east-bound group left Methil , Scotland, on the 24th, a Thursday.

As a result, there was no convoy for Hipper to attack. The same day, one of Moltke 's screws slipped off, which caused serious damage to the power plant and allowed 2, metric tons 2, long tons; 2, short tons of water into the ship.

Moltke was forced to break radio silence in order to inform Scheer of the ship's condition, which alerted the Royal Navy to the High Seas Fleet's activities.

Beatty sortied with a force of 31 battleships and four battlecruisers, but was too late to intercept the retreating Germans. Seydlitz was to have taken part in what would have amounted to the "death ride" of the High Seas Fleet shortly before the end of World War I.

As Von der Tann and Derfflinger passed through the locks that separated Wilhelmshaven's inner harbor and roadstead, some men from both ships climbed over the side and disappeared ashore.

On 24 October , the order was given to sail from Wilhelmshaven. Many of the war-weary sailors felt the operation would disrupt the peace process and prolong the war.

The unrest ultimately forced Hipper and Scheer to cancel the operation. Germany's military position was hopeless, and so Generals Paul von Hindenburg and Erich Ludendorff convinced the government to sign the Armistice to end the war.

Following the capitulation of Germany in November , most of the High Seas Fleet, under the command of Reuter, were interned in the British naval base in Scapa Flow.

The fleet rendezvoused with the British light cruiser Cardiff , which led the ships to the Allied fleet that was to escort the Germans to Scapa Flow.

The massive flotilla consisted of some British, American, and French warships. Once the ships were interned, their guns were disabled through the removal of their breech blocks, and their crews were reduced to officers and men.

The fleet remained in captivity during the negotiations that ultimately produced the Treaty of Versailles. Reuter believed that the British intended to seize the German ships on 21 June , which was the deadline for Germany to have signed the peace treaty.

Unaware that the deadline had been extended by two days, Reuter ordered the ships to be sunk at the next opportunity. On the morning of 21 June, the British fleet left Scapa Flow to conduct training maneuvers, and at Reuter transmitted the order to his ships.

On her side and on the bottom in twelve fathoms of water the wreck was frequently mistaken for a small island, and was sold in this condition as scrap to the salvage firm of Cox and Danks, led by Ernest Cox , along with a battleship and twenty-six destroyers.

Salvaging Seydlitz also proved difficult, as the ship sank again during the first attempt to raise her, wrecking most of the salvage equipment.

Undaunted, Cox tried again, ordering that when she was next raised, news cameras would be there to capture him witnessing the moment.

The plan nearly backfired when Seydlitz was accidentally refloated while Cox was holidaying in Switzerland. Cox told the workers to sink her again, then returned to Britain to be present as Seydlitz was duly refloated a third time.

Seydlitz ' s bell is on display at the Laboe Naval Memorial. See also : List of ships of the Imperial German Navy.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. German battlecruiser. Main article: Battle of Heligoland Main article: Raid on Yarmouth.

Main article: Raid on Scarborough, Hartlepool and Whitby. Main article: Battle of Dogger Bank The appointments of these vessels were characterized by a light and distinguished style, special regard had been given to the conditions of a voyage in the tropics.

Each ship had two quadruple expansion engines of an approximate total of 5, indicated horse power. For loading and discharging there were 6 steam winches and 4 steam cranes.

The speed of the steamers was about 14 knots. The crew numbered about The steamers were provided with all modern improvements, thus securing the greatest possible degree of safety.

They were fitted throughout with electric light, and every provision was made for passengers' comfort and welfare.

Emigrant Ships. Emigrant ship Arrivals Trond Austheim's database of emigrant ship arrivals around the world, Norwegian departures Years of Emigrant Ships from Norway - indexed by year Thomas, Franz Osnabrück, Germany: Biblio-Verlag.

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He was put on trial for responsibility for actions against Soviet POWs and the Seydlitz population while in Wehrmacht service. Voyages This section contains articles describing the transatlantic voyage, the condition of Cinemaxx Augsburg steerage accommodations and the experience of an ocean travel on an emigrant Teuerste Autos Der Welt. It was a mighty and terrible spectacle. Panzer Avengers Filme 14th 16th 17th 22nd 24th. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Main article: Battle of the Gulf of Riga.

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