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German Kriegsmarine Minelayer JUMINDA
German Kriegsmarine Minelayer JUMINDA
Ex Italian naval ship ELBANO GASPERI.
Karl-Heinz Waack (I14262) was one of the 63 crew members who lost life when ship was torpedoed on 22.10.1943 near Porto Santo Stefano/Monte Argentario. More details on www.manfred-krellenberg.de 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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SS Assyria, 1898-1928
SS Assyria, 1898-1928
Built 1898 at Geestemünde by J. C. Tecklenborg for Hamburg America Line; 420.7 x 54.4 ft  
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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SS Celtic, 1901-1928
SS Celtic, 1901-1928
Built 1901 at Belfast by Harland & Wolff for White Star Line; 700 x 75.4 x 44.1 ft.  
 
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SS Chemnitz, 1901-1923
SS Chemnitz, 1901-1923
Built by J.C. Tecklenborg, Geestemunde, Germany, 1901 for North German Lloyd; scrapped in 1923. 
 
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SS Columbus, 1922-
SS Columbus, 1922-
Built in 1922 at Danzig by F. Schichau for Norddeutscher Lloyd, Bremen, Germany; 749.6 x 83.1 ft  
 
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SS Friedrich der Grosse, 1896-
SS Friedrich der Grosse, 1896-
Built in Stettin, 1896 for Norddeutscher Lloyd; 523ft x 60ft  
 
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SS Grosser Kurfurst, 1899-1937
SS Grosser Kurfurst, 1899-1937
Built in Danzig, 1899 for Norddeutscher Lloyd; 560.6 x 62.3 ft  
 
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SS Hansa, 1922>1979
SS Hansa, 1922>1979
Built 1922 at Hamburg by Blohm & Voss for Hamburg America Line; 602.4 x 78.7 ft  
 
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SS Imperator, 1912-1938
SS Imperator, 1912-1938
Built 1912 at Hamburg by AG Vulcan for Hamburg America Line; 879 x 98 x 62 ft  
 
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SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 1897-1914
SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 1897-1914
Built in Stettin, 1897 for Norddeutscher Lloyd; 649 x 66 x 39 ft  
 
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SS Kaiser Wilhelm II, 1889
SS Kaiser Wilhelm II, 1889
Built in Stettin, 1889 for Norddeutscher Lloyd; 649 x 66 x 39 ft  
 
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SS Kronprinzessin Cecilie, 1906-1940
SS Kronprinzessin Cecilie, 1906-1940
Built in Stettin, 1906 for Norddeutscher Lloyd; 685.4 x 72.2 ft  
 
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SS Kronprinzessin Cecilie, 1906-1940
SS Kronprinzessin Cecilie, 1906-1940
Built in Stettin, 1906 for Norddeutscher Lloyd; 685.4 x 72.2 ft  
 
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SS Main, 1900-1925
SS Main, 1900-1925
Built 1900 at Hamburg by Blohm & Voss, Norddeutscher Lloyd, Bremen, Germany; 501 x 58.1 ft  
 
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SS Moltke; 1901-1925
SS Moltke; 1901-1925
 
 
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SS Nieuw Amsterdam, 1905-1932
SS Nieuw Amsterdam, 1905-1932
Built in Belfast, 1905 for Holland America Line; 600.3 x 68.9 ft  
 
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SS Noordam, 1901-1928
SS Noordam, 1901-1928
Built in Belfast, 1901 for Holland America Line; 550.3 x 62.3 x 34 ft 
 
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SS Pennsylvania, 1897-1924
SS Pennsylvania, 1897-1924
Built in Belfast, 1896 for Holland America Line; 557.5 x 62 ft  
 
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SS Phoenicia, 1894-1937.
SS Phoenicia, 1894-1937.
Built at Hamburg by Blohm & Voss, 1894 for the Hamburg America Line; 460 x 52 ft.  
 
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SS Rijndam (Ryndam), 1901-1929
SS Rijndam (Ryndam), 1901-1929
Built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast in 1901 for the Holland America Line; 550.3 x beam 62.3 ft. 
 
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SS Seydlitz,1902-1933
SS Seydlitz,1902-1933
Built by F. Schichau, Danzig, Germany, 1903 for North German Lloyd. Various services including Bremerhaven-New York service. Interned in Argentina 1914-19. Resumed New York sailings in 1922. Scrapped in Germany in 1933. 
 
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SS Sierra Ventana, 1923-1936
SS Sierra Ventana, 1923-1936
Built at Vegesack by Bremer Vulcan, 1923 for Norddeutscher Lloyd, Bremen, Germany; 490.8 x 61.8 ft

 
 
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SS Smolensk, 1901-1922
SS Smolensk, 1901-1922
Built in Hebburn-on-Tyne, England, 1901 for the Russian Volunteer Fleet; 486 x 58 ft. Transferred to Russian Navy in 1904 and renamed Rion. Transferred to Russian Volunteer Fleet in 1906 and reverted to Smolensk. Libau-New York (1907-08) service. Scrapped in Italy in 1922. 
 
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SS United states, 1903-1935
SS United states, 1903-1935
Built 1903 at Glasgow by Alexander Stephen & Sons for Scandinavian America Line; 500.8 x 58.3 x 29.4 ft  
 
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Stuttgart II; 1924-1943;
Stuttgart II; 1924-1943;
Built by Vulcan of Stettin in 1924168 m loa; 15 kts; 1105 passengers in three classes; burned out in Gdingen during WW II when used as a hospital ship.