german German Navy (Kriegsmarine) 1935-1945 V-209 (Gauleiter Telchow) (+1939)
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nationality german
purpose war
type patrol boat
subtype/class vorpostenboot (ger.)
propulsion motor vessel (diesel)
date built 1937
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weight (tons) 428 
dimensions 54.6 x -- x -- m
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cause lost torpedo
date lost 20/11/1939  [dd/mm/yyyy]
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entered by Claes Johnny
entered 06/12/2007
last update Janssen Wil
last update 20/04/2008
 
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Claes Johnny07/12/2007
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Novocastrian1313/06/2010This was the first British submarine ´kill´ of the Second World War
Claes Johnny07/12/2007HMS Sturgeon (Lt. G.D.A. Gregory) torpedoes and sinks the German armed trawler V-209 / Gauleiter Telschow (428 GRT) about 100 nautical miles west of Helgoland
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German Navy (Kriegsmarine) 1935-1945

Kriegsmarine is the name of the Navy of Germany during WWII, not to be confused with Imperial German Navy, which is the German Navy during WWI and before.
 
 
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