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O lodiach, ktoré okolo seba nesú prívlastok "prekliate" vieme už od čias Vikingov. Krížnik Scharnhorst bol spustený na vodu roku 1936. Táto loď sa stala prekliatou však už pred tým, ako bola dostavaná. Počas výstavby sa z neznámych príčin prevrátila a zabila 60 robotníkov.

O lodiach, ktoré okolo seba nesú prívlastok "prekliate" vieme už od čias Vikingov. Krížnik Scharnhorst bol spustený na vodu roku 1936. Táto loď sa stala prekliatou však už pred tým, ako bola dostavaná. Počas výstavby sa z neznámych príčin prevrátila a zabila 60 robotníkov.

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Scharnhorst in 1939

Scharnhorst in 1939

German Battleship Bismarck, 1941  Date The massive German Dreadnaught sank in the year 1941.  Place of Wreck: The great battle ship Bismarck for whom the Sir Winston Churchill said, “a master piece of naval construction” in the year 1941 during the World War II.  Cause of Wreck: The British battleships King George V and Rodney, gave the ultimate fight to the heavily armed German battle ship the fight lasted for many hours ultimately Bismarck surrendered and slipped to the bottom of the…

German Battleship Bismarck, 1941 Date The massive German Dreadnaught sank in the year 1941. Place of Wreck: The great battle ship Bismarck for whom the Sir Winston Churchill said, “a master piece of naval construction” in the year 1941 during the World War II. Cause of Wreck: The British battleships King George V and Rodney, gave the ultimate fight to the heavily armed German battle ship the fight lasted for many hours ultimately Bismarck surrendered and slipped to the bottom of the…

5.9 in light cruiser Koln pictured pre-war alongside 11 in pocket battleship Admiral Scheer ('panzerschiffe' / armoured ship or the Germans; later re-classified as a heavy cruiser).  Both ships survived almost till the end of WW2 until their 1945 destruction by allied air attack in Wilhelmshaven and Kiel respectively.

5.9 in light cruiser Koln pictured pre-war alongside 11 in pocket battleship Admiral Scheer ('panzerschiffe' / armoured ship or the Germans; later re-classified as a heavy cruiser). Both ships survived almost till the end of WW2 until their 1945 destruction by allied air attack in Wilhelmshaven and Kiel respectively.

German Battleship Bismarck in Altafjord! 1.16 New

German Battleship Bismarck in Altafjord! 1.16 New

Battleship Scharnhorst and heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen photographed during Operation Cerberus, also known as "The Channel Dash". In February 1942, a German Navy squadron under the command of Admiral Otto Ciliax sailed from Brest, in France, hoping to reach the safety of German ports. Unbelievably, in broad daylight the squadron sailed the English Channel, suffering very little damage from the late and disordered British reaction.

Battleship Scharnhorst and heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen photographed during Operation Cerberus, also known as "The Channel Dash". In February 1942, a German Navy squadron under the command of Admiral Otto Ciliax sailed from Brest, in France, hoping to reach the safety of German ports. Unbelievably, in broad daylight the squadron sailed the English Channel, suffering very little damage from the late and disordered British reaction.

MaritimeQuest - Gneisenau Page 3

MaritimeQuest - Gneisenau Page 3

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