German WWII Ship Classes

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  23. Reblogged this on battleoftheatlantic19391945 and commented:

    76TH BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC/1939-1945…SUNDAY, MAY 02, 2021@17:44-BRAVO ZULU, OUR HEROIC ALLIED NAVIES, ALLIED AIR FORCES, ALLIED MERCHANT MARINES, ALLIED SUBMARINES, AND ALLIED ALLIED BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC VESSELS/AIR CRAFT; THIS WAS THEIR ADVERSARY…THE MIGHTY GERMAN KRIEGSMARINE, MINUS THEIR SEA WOLVES-U-BOATS, and THEIR MIGHTY LUFTWAFFE!!!

    Note: THE AMERICAN U.S.N., OBVIOUSLY WAS THE LARGEST NAVAL FORCE DURING W.W.II/1939-1945, AND I GUESS IT MAY HAVE BEEN A PRETTY CLOSE TIE…WITH BRITAIN-ROYAL NAVY and THE KRIEGSMARINE-GERMAN NAVY, THOUGH ANYWAYS, THESE GERMAN WARSHIPS COULD PACK A SON OF A BITCH-FRAULINE PUNCH…and THEN SOME. THEIR CORVETTES, and ESCORT VESSELS/GERMANY…ALL HAD TWO STACKS, LIKE AN ALLIED BLOODY DESTROYER, WOW!!! EVEN THEIR TORPEDO BOATS, LOOK AS SOMETHING WITH A BLOODY BONE IN ITS TEETH, and THAT AIN’T NO LYING!!!

    WOW, GREAT BLOG, and A VERY EXCITING RESEARCH is the REWARD of READING and STORING INFORMATION UPSTAIRS!!!

    BLOG CREDIT: Viking Life Blog.

    ENJOY, and THEN SOME…Yours Aye: Brian Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.

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  25. Viking Life Blog · September 18, 2021

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  26. Viking Life Blog · September 10

    WW2 Ship Class Guide – Deep Version

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  27. Viking Life Blog · December 3

    Thousands of smaller warships and auxiliaries served in the Kriegsmarine, including minelayers, minesweepers, mine transports, netlayers, floating AA and torpedo batteries, command ships, decoy ships (small merchantmen with hidden weaponry), gunboats, monitors, escorts, patrol boats, sub-chasers, landing craft, landing support ships, training ships, test ships, torpedo recovery boats, dispatch boats, aviso, fishery protection ships, survey ships, harbor defense boats, target ships and their radio control vessels, motor explosive boats, weather ships, tankers, colliers, tenders, supply ships, tugs, barges, icebreakers, hospital and accommodation ships, floating cranes and docks, and many others. The Kriegsmarine employed hundreds of auxiliary Vorpostenboote during the war, mostly civilian ships that were drafted and fitted with military equipment, for use in coastal operations.

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