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|View of the submarine wharf in Kiel, Germany with three submarines, one in build||06/28/2006||583|
|The Photograph did not match exactly, because of the angle of the plane.|
You can see USS Nevada passing the docks and the burning destroyers in Dry Dock 1.
The second wave's dive bomber attack on Pearl Harbor focused on the ships around the docks. The USS Pennsylvania and the USS Cassin and USS Downs were in Dry Dock 1 and came under heavy attack. The USS Nevada makes a r...
|You can see some Auxilary Ships from the German Navy in the harbor of Kiel.||05/02/2006||490|
|From: Honolulu (Okuda)|
To: Tokyo (Gaimudaijin)
16 January, 1941
#011 (2 parts, complete)
Re my #008*.
1. The capital ships returned to Pearl Harbor immediately. The Pennsylvania arrived on the 14th.
2. The number of vessels seen in the harbor on the morning of the 16th was as follows: 5 battleships (Mississippi, New Mex...
|Near Edinburough, Scotland. Maybe one more in a dry dock.||09/12/2005||580|
|Another air photograph of the Deutsche Werke in Kiel. The Gneisenau can be seen badly damaged to the left of the photograph.|
Additional file: http://www.googleearthhacks.com/dlfile9987/BB-Scharnhorst,-Kiel.htm
|The Stadt Kiel is a traditional boat with home port of Kiel and a technical cultural monument of the Land Schleswig-Holstein. It has a length of 28.13 m, a width of 7.30 m and is measured with 253 tons. They had an original 400 seats, is now but designed only for up to 100 passengers.|
The Stadt Kiel ran on 26 ran May 1934 off from the Germania shipyard and was launched in the yea...
|The Kiel Canal (in German Nord-Ostsee-Kanal, formerly Kaiser-Wilhelm-Kanal) is a 98 kilometre long waterway linking the North Sea at Brunsbüttel to the Baltic Sea at Kiel-Holtenau. An average of 280 nautical miles is saved by using the Kiel Canal instead of going around Jutland. This not only saves time, it avoids potentially dangerous storm-prone seas. It is the world's busiest artificial wate...||07/31/2005||639|
|The Kiel Canal (in German Nord-Ostsee-Kanal, formerly Kaiser-Wilhelm-Kanal) is a 98 kilometre long waterway linking the North Sea at Brunsbüttel to the Baltic Sea at Kiel-Holtenau. An average of 280 nautical miles is saved by using the Kiel Canal instead of going around Jutland. This not only saves time, it avoids potentially dangerous storm-prone seas. It is the world's busiest artificial wate...||07/31/2005||524|
|Floating drydock YFD-2 is at left, with USS Alywin (DD-355) inside. Small drydock in center holds USS Growler (SS-215) and USS Nautilus (SS-168). USS Litchfield (DD-336) and an ARD floating drydock are in Drydock # 2, in right center. Drydock # 1, at right, contains USS West Virginia (BB-48). Submarines partially visible alongside 1010 Dock, in the extreme upper right, are Trout (SS-202) an...||02/24/2010||728|
|A submarine in a dry dock at HDW in Kiel/Germany
Small non-nuclear submarine actually designed for operating in littoral waters like the North Sea these subs also crossed the Atlantic Ocean and sailed into New York City.
The first boats of the 206-class were built in the early / mid 60's and 'upgraded' to 206A in the late 80's. The first boats were decommissioned in the late 90's and will...||03/28/2006||562|
|This is the entree to the Kiel-Canal (Nord-Ostsee-Kanal) near Kiel.||11/15/2005||413|