german Imperial German Navy - Kaiserliche Marine (1903-1919) V-45 [+1919]
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nationality german
purpose war
type torpedo boat
subtype/class Großes Torpedoboot (1913) - V-25 class (ger.)
Großes Torpedoboot (1913) - V-25 class (ger.) V-25 (+1915)
propulsion steam
date built 1915
status
dead (not found) dead (not found)
details
weight (tons) 890  disp (surf)
dimensions 82.2 x 8.3 x 3.7 m
material steel
engine 2 x steam turbines, dual shaft
armament 5 x 3.5" (8.8 cm) guns, 6 x 50 cm T.T. , 12~24 mines, 1~2 floatplanes
power 24900  s.h.p.
speed 35  knots
about the loss
cause lost scuttled
date lost 21/06/1919  [dd/mm/yyyy]
about people
builder
Vulcan A. G. (Stettin & Hamburg), Hamburg
owner
Imperial German Navy - Kaiserliche Marine (1903-1919)
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complement 87
about the wreck
depth (m.) 10 max. / -- min. (m)
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war grave
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entered 27/08/2008
last update Lettens Jan
last update 20/04/2011
 
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Lettens Jan16/04/2011SCUTTLING AT SCAPA FLOW

The scuttling of the German fleet took place at the Royal Navy's base at Scapa Flow, in Scotland, after the end of the First World War. The High Seas Fleet had been interned there under the terms of the Armistice whilst negotiations took place over the fate of the ships.

Fearing that all of the ships would be seized and divided amongst the allied powers, the German commander, Admiral Ludwig von Reuter, decided to scuttle the fleet. The scuttling was carried out on 21 June 1919. Intervening British guard ships were able to beach a number of the ships, but 52 of the 74 interned vessels sank.

Many of the wrecks were salvaged over the next few years and were towed away for scrapping. The few that remain are popular dive sites.
 
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Lettens Jan18/08/2010Scuttled at Scapa Flow on 21.06.1919, raised and scrapped in 1924.
Lettens Jan17/04/2011WARSHIPS SUNK/BEACHED AT SCAPA FLOW



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About Owners
 
Imperial German Navy - Kaiserliche Marine (1903-1919)

Kaiserliche Marine or the German Imperial Navy is the name for the German Navy between 1903 and 1919. Most of the ships had a prefix SMS, Seine Majestäts Schiff, which is the equivalent of HMS, Her/His Majesty's Ship.

This Navy should not be confused with Reichsmarine (1920-1935) or Kriegsmarine (1935-1945).
 
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 Vulcan A. G. (Stettin & Hamburg), Hamburg
Founded as Vulcan Werft in Stettin in 1851.

In 1857 the shipyard was renamed Stettiner Maschinenbau AG Vulcan.

As Stettin became too small, a new shipyard was built in Hamburg between 1907 - 1909.

In 1911 renamed Vulcan-Werke Hamburg und Stettin Actiengesellschaft.

In 1928 the Hamburg company merged with other companies to Deschimag concern. The Stettin company was taken over by Howaldtswerke AG.

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