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German destroyer Z17 Type 1936 Diether von Roeder. (google.image) 8.17

German destroyer Z17 Type 1936 Diether von Roeder. (google.image) 8.17

German destroyer Z19 Type 1936-class Hermann Künne built for the Kriegsmarine in the late 1930's. (google.image) 8.17 #50A

German destroyer Z19 Type 1936-class Hermann Künne built for the Kriegsmarine in the late 1930's. (google.image) 8.17 #50A

German destroyer Z9 Type 1934A-class Wolfgang Zenker built for Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine in the mid-1930's.

German destroyer Type Wolfgang Zenker built for Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine in the

German destroyer Dieter von Roeder (Z-17)

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Zerstörer 1936A "Narvik". Despite reusing earlier ship designs as a basis, with modifications to improve seaworthiness, the ships were wet in heavy seas, especially fitted with heavy turrets. After much effort, the problem was traced to a newly designed stern.

Despite reusing earlier ship designs as a basis, with modifications to improve seaworthiness, the ships were wet in heavy seas, especially fitted with heavy turrets. After much effort, the problem was traced to a newly designed stern.

German destroyer Z6 Type 1934A-classTheodor Riedel built for the Kriegsmarine during the mid-1930's.

German destroyer Type Riedel built for the Kriegsmarine during the

HMS ARK ROYAL tied up at Norfolk Naval Station’s Pier 14 next to USS NIMITZ in August 1978

HMS ARK ROYAL tied up at Norfolk Naval Station’s Pier 14 next to USS NIMITZ in August 1978

German destroyer Z18 Type 1936-class Hans Lüdemann built for the Kriegsmarine in the late 1930's. (google.image) 8.17

German destroyer Z18 Type 1936-class Hans Lüdemann built for the Kriegsmarine in the late 1930's. (google.image) 8.17

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