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A nice stern view of Admiral Graf Spee. Notice the eagle and the Swastika on the hull. The Germans removed these symbols from their ships at the outbreak of the war, except Admiral Graf Spee that still had it when it was scuttled. This because it left Germany 21. August 1939, 12 days before the war broke out.

In December the German battleship Admiral Graff Spee sailed into the Rio…

34 The German pocket battleship Admiral Graf Spee, in flames off Montevideo, Uruguay on December 19, 1939. The crew of the Admiral Graf Spee had just engaged in the Battle of the River Plate, after three Royal Navy cruisers hunted it down and attacked. The damage from the attack did not sink the German battleship, but sent it to a harbor in Montevideo for repairs. Unable to stay long enough for repairs, and unwilling to run a waiting blockade, the crew of the Admiral Graf Spee sailed a short…

The German pocket battleship Admiral Graf Spee, in flames off Montevideo, Uruguay on December The crew of the Admiral Graf Spee had just engaged in the Battle of the River Plate, after three Royal Navy cruisers hunted it down and attacked.

✠ The eagle from the stern of WW2 German battleship Admiral Graf Spee, scuttled on December 17, 1939 off the coast of Montevideo after a fierce battle with three British battlecruisers in what is known as “The battle of the River Plate”, is recovered from the depths of the estuary in 2006 ✠

What should Uruguay do with its Nazi eagle?

The eagle from the stern of German pocket battleship Admiral Graf Spee, scuttled on December 1939 off the coast of Montevideo - recovered from the depths of the River Plate estuary in

Admiral Graf Spee

Enclosed control tower of German 11 in pocket battleship Admiral Graf Spee in…

DKM Deutschland-class heavy cruiser 'Admiral Graf Spee'

Panzerschiffe ('armoured ship') Admiral Graf Spee, date unknown: these 11 in…

Last Nazi symbol of the 3rd Reich. Montevideo, Uruguay.

The bronze Eagle from the stern of the battleship-of-Pocket KMS Admiral Graf Spee being raised from the bottom of the Rio de la Plata in Montevideo, Uruguay, February

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Pre-war 1939 photo of 8 in German heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper.

Fine and relatively unknown view of 15 in Tirpitz (sister to Bismarck) in the Norwegian setting typical of her war.

German battleship “Tirpitz” while parked in one of the Norwegian fiords. At the side of the battleship is the ship-power “Karl Junge” which were supplied with electricity on the “Tirpitz”, after his.

Admiral Graf Spee - Deutschland class Heavy Cruiser / Pocket Battleship

KMS Admiral Graf Spee - The Admiral Graf Spee was scuttled off the coast of Montevideo in the 1939 Battle of the River Plate

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