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The Bismarck in the Baltic Sea    The Bismarck in the Baltic Sea in October 1940. At this time the battleship was still missing all three rangefinders as well as half of the anti-aircraft battery.

KMS Bismarck in the Baltic Sea The Bismarck in the Baltic Sea in October At this time the battleship was still missing all three rangefinders as well as half of the anti-aircraft battery.

kms Bismarck in the Baltic sea may1941

German battleship Bismarck from heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen in the Baltic Sea, May

U-Boot Typ XXI U-2540 ("Wilhelm Bauer") - The last floating German WWII U-Boat

U-Boot Typ XXI U-2540 ("Wilhelm Bauer") - The last floating German WWII U-Boat

A Massive Operation – Raising A U-Boat To Recover Her Precious Cargo (Watch)

A Massive Operation - Raising A U-Boat To Recover Her Precious Cargo (Watch)

In a German submarine was hoisted from the depths of the Kattegat Bay between the North and Baltic Seas off the coast of Sweden. The U-boat had been

Scharnhorst's forward guns frozen in ice, Baltic Sea, circa Jan 1940

[Photo] Scharnhorst's forward guns frozen in ice, Baltic Sea, circa Jan 1940

Who wants the real winter? Photo: Scharnhorst’s forward guns frozen in ice, Baltic Sea, circa January

Submarine Vesikko was built in Finland in May 1933. She took part in WWII with other Finnish Submarines in the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland. In July 1941 she torpedoed the Russian 4100-ton transport ship "Vyborg". During the last years of the war Vesikko was mostly employed on escort duties.  In the Paris peace treaty of 1947 Finland was forbidden to have submarines and in 1953 all of them except Vesikko were sold for scrap.  After an extensive and time-consuming restoration Vesikko…

Submarine Vesikko was built in Finland in May She took part in WWII, with other Finnish Submarines, in the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland. In July she torpedoed the Russian

KMS Schleisen, one of 5 pre dreadnought Deutchesland class battleships she was commissioned in 1908. She was retained after WW I by Germany and saw limited service in WW II during the invasion of Norway and in the Baltic, eventually sunk after hitting a mine on 03/05/45.

KMS Schleisen, one of 5 pre dreadnought Deutchesland class battleships she was commissioned in She was retained after WW I by Germany and saw limited service in WW II during the invasion of Norway and in the Baltic, eventually sunk after hitting a mine on

5.9 in light cruiser Leipzig - she was torpedoed by a British submarine in December 1939, repairs taking a year, and then served mainly in the Baltic theatre till critically damaged in a collusion with heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen in October 1944, effectively ending her operational career.  She served as a barracks ship thereafter.

in light cruiser Leipzig - she was torpedoed by a British submarine in…

historywars: “ WWII German battleship “Bismarck” in her final resting place.

German battlecruiser "Scharnhorst" (1939-1943), with a baltic camouflage scheme, and turret tops painted red, on November/December 1940.

DKM Scharnhorst-class battleship/battlecruiser* 'Scharnhorst' with a baltic camouflage scheme, and turret tops painted red, on November/December (*alternatively described as a battleship and battlecruiser)

KMS Tirpitz was the second of two Bismarck-class battleships built for Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine (navy) during World War II. After a series of wartime modifications she was 2,000 metric tons (2,000 long tons; 2,200 short tons) heavier than Bismarck, making her the heaviest battleship ever built by a European navy. After completing sea trials in early 1941, Tirpitz briefly served as the centrepiece of the Baltic Fleet to prevent a possible break-out attempt by the Soviet Baltic Fleet.

KMS Tirpitz was the second of two Bismarck-class battleships built for Nazi…

German aircraft carrier Graf Zeppelin was the lead ship in a class of two carriers ordered by the Kriegsmarine. She was the only aircraft carrier launched by Germany in an effort to allow German naval projection beyond the narrow confines of the Baltic and the North Seas. She was never completed and was sunk after the war as the Soviets tried to move her to Leningrad. Her wreck was not discovered until 2006.

German aircraft carrier Graf Zeppelin was the lead ship in a class of two carriers ordered by the Kriegsmarine.

At the 14th Baltic Military Fair BALT-MILITARY-EXPO 2016 held in June in Gdansk, Poland, MMC Ship Design & Marine Consulting Ltd (MMC) & Remontowa Shipbuilding (Remontowa) unveiled a novel concept: A Stealth Logistic Support Vessel. MMC is an independent design company specializing in ships for the offshore industry and specialist ships. Remontowa is a member of Remontowa holding and a leading shipyard in Poland.

MMC & Remontowa Shipbuilding Unveiled a Stealth Logistic Support Vessel Project

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