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EUVEHAVEN 1936 op de werf van Niehuis van den Berg

EUVEHAVEN 1936 op de werf van Niehuis van den Berg

s.s. Karsik ter rede van Pine Island, 1942.

s.s. Karsik ter rede van Pine Island, 1942.

T2 tanker

T2 tanker

S/S Visby 1924-1963

S/S Visby 1924-1963

Nielsen, Merchant Marine Ships, Oil on Canvas 1937

Nielsen, Merchant Marine Ships, Oil on Canvas 1937

cargo steamer

cargo steamer

German Liner Wilhelm Gustloff, 1945  Date of Ship Wreck:  1945.  Place of Wreck: The Wreckage took place near the northern Poland.  Goods carried: It was war ship, armed and loaded with highly powerful and deadly weapons of its time.  Cause of Wreck: The Russian Submarine was the slayer of the German liner Wilhelm Gustloff.  Loss of Human Life: 10,000 people were jammed onboard the ship, with a mere 900 or so rescued from the frigid waters, making it the greatest loss of human life in…

German Liner Wilhelm Gustloff, 1945 Date of Ship Wreck: 1945. Place of Wreck: The Wreckage took place near the northern Poland. Goods carried: It was war ship, armed and loaded with highly powerful and deadly weapons of its time. Cause of Wreck: The Russian Submarine was the slayer of the German liner Wilhelm Gustloff. Loss of Human Life: 10,000 people were jammed onboard the ship, with a mere 900 or so rescued from the frigid waters, making it the greatest loss of human life in…

Port of London - Rowland Hilder. As a student Hilder excelled in line drawings of Thames-side rivercraft.

Port of London - Rowland Hilder. As a student Hilder excelled in line drawings of Thames-side rivercraft.

November 15, 1939: The Africa Shell seen from the Admiral Graf Spee. The launch from the Admiral Graf Spee is alongside and the crew can be seen gathered at the stern. (Photo courtesy of Hugo R. Sochi from the private collection of Ana Marcela Halupczok, daughter of Maschinengefreiter Erich Halupczok, Division 9, Admiral Graf Spee). MaritimeQuest

November 15, 1939: The Africa Shell seen from the Admiral Graf Spee. The launch from the Admiral Graf Spee is alongside and the crew can be seen gathered at the stern. (Photo courtesy of Hugo R. Sochi from the private collection of Ana Marcela Halupczok, daughter of Maschinengefreiter Erich Halupczok, Division 9, Admiral Graf Spee). MaritimeQuest

HMS Venomous (D75). Builder: John Brown & Company, Clydebank. Laid down: as HMS Venom. Renamed: HMS Venomous, 24 April 1919 Launched: 21 December 1918. Completed: 24 August 1919. Commissioned: 24 August 1919. Decommissioned: 1945. Fate: Sold for scrapping 4 March 1947. Class & type: Admiralty Modified W-class destroyer. Displacement: 1,550 tons. Length: 300 ft. Beam: 29.5 feet (9.0 m). Draught: 11.25 feet (3.43 m). Speed: 34 knots.

HMS Venomous (D75). Builder: John Brown & Company, Clydebank. Laid down: as HMS Venom. Renamed: HMS Venomous, 24 April 1919 Launched: 21 December 1918. Completed: 24 August 1919. Commissioned: 24 August 1919. Decommissioned: 1945. Fate: Sold for scrapping 4 March 1947. Class & type: Admiralty Modified W-class destroyer. Displacement: 1,550 tons. Length: 300 ft. Beam: 29.5 feet (9.0 m). Draught: 11.25 feet (3.43 m). Speed: 34 knots.

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