Deutsche Line battleships

Deck 40-97 mm Towers 50-280 mm Citadel 170 mm Casemates 170 mm Front wheelhouse 30-300 mm Shields 70 mm
Specifications
Power plant for 12 boilers: 3 × 3-cylinder steam engines
Screws for 2 three-blade ⌀ 4,8 m 1 four-blade ∅ 4,5 m - Power - 17000 hp 12503 kW - Speed - max 18,5 knots 34 km / h
Crew of 743 Persons - Weapons and Artillery
4 × 280 mm L / 40 340 bullets
14 × 170 mm L / 40 1820 Nab 20 × 88 mm L / 35 2800 Nab
Torpedo Mine
6 × ∅ 450 mm 16 Torpedoes - Deutschland-Klasse Linear Deutschland-Klasse Linears - German battleships, five-armored 1903-1904 series of the WWII, which were an outdated pre-dreadnought type of heavy ships at the time of the descent. Due to the Treaty of Versailles, they moved to the Reichsmarine and after the modernization became battleships. Krigsmarine. took part in World War II SMS battleships shooter Schleswig-Holstein on Westerplatte1 started the war It was used until January 1945, and SMS Schlesien until May 1945 - Contents
1 History
11 World War I 12 Interbelum
13 WWII
2 Lee Deutscheland warships - 3 Sources - 4 Notes - 5 See also Historyline - Deutschland armor shells in the 1908 column.
They were an extension of the Braunschweig class with a displacement of 14,000 tons. smaller than the armor of other fleets at that time. The main caliber was 4 280 mm guns in two towers. The average artillery consisted of 14 × 170 mm guns in casemates. 20 × 88 mm guns 6 were used for protection against torpedo boats. = 2-1 - World War I - SMS Pommern 1916 - Due to outdated construction and low chances in battles of their name used in the 2nd squadron for guard and as outposts. Along with similar ships of the classes Hessen and Braunschweig under the command of Rear Admiral Franz Mauve took part in the Jutland battle. attacked by torpedo boats and ships of the 12 flotilla As a result of the impact of the torpedo Pommern exploded and sank with 839 sailors Since 1917 four battleships of this class were withdrawn from the military service, using as barracks for living, training, a hundred horns
Interbelumred
Schlesien in Panama 1938
Hannover, Schlesien, Schleswig-Holstein returned to military service, enlisting in Reismarine, where Schleswig-Holstein was the flagship of 1926-1935 Performed mainly educational functions, several times upgraded in 1926 , 1936 Initially, 170 mm guns were replaced by 150 mm In 1937 4 × 150 mm guns were removed, and in 1939 old 88 mm guns were replaced by 88 mm anti-aircraft guns, to which were added 6 × 105 mm, then 37 mm and 20 -mm Hanover anti-aircraft guns used since 1935 as a target for aviation - World War II
Schleswig Holstein launches Westerplatte 3 September 1939
Schlesien, Schleswig-Holstein Almost Ended All War, Used for Ground Attack Used to Capture Poland, Denmark
Schleswig-Holstein was a training ship from 1941 to 1944, after being rebuilt on the Kiel by an anti-aircraft convoy 1944 On December 19, 1944 Gothengafen was flooded at a depth of 12 m due to the hit of 3 bombs. December 20, all superstructures burnt Attempts to lift failed and on January 25, 1945 he was expelled from the fleet, and on March 21, 1945 he was blown up Raised to Tallinn. to Borodino In 1948, flooded off the island near the Estonian island of Osmussaar2 and used as an aviation target until the 1960s The remains of the ship remain to this day
Schlesien 1940 participated in Operation Weserübung in Norway In April 1942, together with the damaged battleship Genisauen Geniisen In the end, actively fired at ground targets in Pomerania May 3, 1945, exploded on a British mine off the island of Greifswalder Oy3 The bow of the ship was damaged on May 4 near Svinomunde and was shortly damaged by air bombs HSK Orion auxiliary cruiser carrying his crew was sunk the same day Subsequently, the crew was blown up and torpedoed by a class 19394 torpedo boat. From 1949, the dismantling of battleships began







br> Bookmark Date - Date of launching - Date of joining the fleet - Dates of withdrawal from the fleet - History - SMS Deutschland - Germaniawerft, Kiel - 1903 - 19111904 Page 3 August1906
1917
Brought to the Fleet, Cut to Scrap
SMS Hannover
Kaiserliche Werft, Wilhelmshaven
1904
29091905
October 1 1 907 - 1946 - Disarmed 1935, scrap metal 1946 - SMS Pommern
AG Vulcan Stettin, Stettin
1904
2121905
6 August 1907
1 June 1916
Flooded by torpedoes in the Battle of Jutland
SMS Schlesien
Schichau-Werke, Danzig - 1904 - 2851906 - May 5, 1908 - May 4, 1945 - Damaged ship blown up by SMS crew Schleswig-Holstein
Germaniawerft, Kiel
1905
7121906 - July 6, 1908 - December 18, 1944
Flooded by Air


Breyer, Siegfried: Schlachtschiffe und Schlachtkreuzer 1905— 1970 Manfred Pawlak Verlagsgesellschaft, Herrsching, ISBN 3-88199-474-2 German - Gröner, Erich / Dieter Jung / Martin Maass: Die deutschen Kriegsschiffe 1815—1945 Band 1: Panzerschiffe, Linienschiffe, Schlachtschiffe, Flugzeugträger, Kreuzote, Kreuzote, Kreuzote, Kreuzote, Kreuzer, Kreuzer B ernard & amp; Graefe Verlag, Munich 1982, ISBN 3-7637-4800-8 by Hildebrand, Hans H / Albert Röhr / Hans-Otto Steinmetz: Die deutschen Kriegsschiffe Biographien - ein Spiegel der Marinegeschichte von 1815 bis zur Gegenwart 10 Bände, Mundus Verlag , Ratingen o J Genehmigte Lizenzausgabe Koehlers Verlagsgesellschaft, Hamburg, ca 1990 by
Jane's Battleships of the 20th Century, Harper Collins Publishers, London 1996, ISBN 0-004-70997-7
Breyer, Siegfried: Die Linienschiffe der Deutschland -Klasse, Podzun-Pallas, Wölfersheim-Berstadt 1999, Marine-Arsenal Band 45, ISBN 3-790-90682-4 German - Breyer, Siegfried: Die Linienschiffe SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN und SCHLESIEN, Podzun-Pallas, Wölfersheim-Berstadt 1992 , Marine-Arsenal Band 21, ISBN 3-790-90463-5 German - NotesArticle
↑ Westerplatte polish
↑ Osmussaar eats
↑ Greifswalder Oie German
↑ Flottentorpedoboot 1939 German
See also Admiral Hipper heavy cruisers
Deutschland Heavy Cruisers - Bismark Battleships
Kaiser-Friedrich-III Linear Vessels




Krigsmarine
Commanders
Gross Admiral Erich Roeder Gross Admiral Carl Denitz Hans-Georg von Friedburg Walter Wartzach - Large surface ships in battleships
Bismarck Type: Bismarck Tirpitz
Scharnhorst Type: Scharnhorst " Gneisenau "
Deutscheland" Armadillo Type: Schlesien "Schleswig-Holstein"
Carrier
Type "Zeppelin": "Zeppelin" "Carrier B" "De Grass" "Seidelitz" from Cruiser
Heavy cruisers
Deutschland Pocket battleships : Deutscheland Lyuttsov Admiral Earl Spey Admiral Scheer
Admiral Hyper Type: Admiral Hyper Blucher Prince Eugen Seidlitz Lutzov
Light Cruisers
Emden Type: Emden
K Type: Königsberg Karlsruhe Cologne
Leipzig Type: Leipzig Nuremberg
Auxiliary Cruisers
Orion Atlantis Otder Thor Penguin Styria Comet Cormorant Michel Michel Coronel Hansa
Destroyers
Types:
1934 1934A 1936 1936A 1936A Mob 1936B
Flotillas:
1 2 3 4 5 6 8
Destroyers
Types:
1923 / Raubvogel 1924 / Raubtier 1935 1937 1939 / Elbing 1941 / Ausland

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10
Torpedo boats - Types:
S 26 S 30 S 38 / S 38b S 100 S 151 Typ 700
Flotilla:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 21 22 24 1 training 2 training 3 training
Artillery
Bremze Brummer
Submarines List
Projects
Type I Type II Type VII Type IX Type X Type XIV Type XVII Type XXI Type XXIII | Unfinished projects in the Flotilla:
Combat:
1 2 3 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 23 29 30 33
Educational:
4 5 8 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 31 32


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