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A section of the to-be-installed bomb-proof tunnel entrance doors, German V2 site at Wizernes, France, Sep 1944Narsarssuak Air Base, Greenland, 1956
A section of the to-be-installed bomb-proof tunnel entrance doors, German V2 site at Wizernes, France, Sep 1944Narsarssuak Air Base, Greenland, 1956
Earliest known shipyard plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1847Earliest known shipyard diagram of H. C. Stülcken Sohn of Hamburg, Germany, 1853
Earliest known shipyard plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1847Earliest known shipyard diagram of H. C. Stülcken Sohn of Hamburg, Germany, 1853
Drawing of the shipyard later known as Reiherstiegwerft, Hamburg, Germany, 1859Drawing of the shipyard later known as Reiherstiegwerft, Hamburg, Germany, date unknown
Drawing of the shipyard later known as Reiherstiegwerft, Hamburg, Germany, 1859Drawing of the shipyard later known as Reiherstiegwerft, Hamburg, Germany, date unknown
Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1860Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1862; note five longitudinal slips planned and without the horizontal slip
Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1860Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1862; note five longitudinal slips planned and without the horizontal slip
Fuzhou Arsenal under construction, Fujian Province, China, 1867-1871Drawing of the new dock at Grand Harbour, Malta as seen in the 24 Oct 1867 issue of publication Illustrated London News
Fuzhou Arsenal under construction, Fujian Province, China, 1867-1871Drawing of the new dock at Grand Harbour, Malta as seen in the 24 Oct 1867 issue of publication Illustrated London News
1873 United States Navy map of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii before any harbor improvements had been made. Note that it is labeled Pearl Lochs and the opening is called the mouth of a river.Plan of H. C. Stülcken Sohn shipyard of Hamburg, Germany, 1873; note enlarged water front
1873 United States Navy map of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii before any harbor improvements had been made. Note that it is labeled Pearl Lochs and the opening is called the mouth of a river.Plan of H. C. Stülcken Sohn shipyard of Hamburg, Germany, 1873; note enlarged water front
A warship near completion in the horizontal slip at F. Schichau Danzig shipyard, Danzig, 1874; the shipyard stopped using this slip sometime after WW1Flensburger Schiffbau ship list, 1876-1879
A warship near completion in the horizontal slip at F. Schichau Danzig shipyard, Danzig, 1874; the shipyard stopped using this slip sometime after WW1Flensburger Schiffbau ship list, 1876-1879
A building of Howaldtswerke shipyard, Kiel, Germany, 1877A building at the Blohm und Voss shipyard and machinery factory, Hamburg, Germany, late 1877
A building of Howaldtswerke shipyard, Kiel, Germany, 1877A building at the Blohm und Voss shipyard and machinery factory, Hamburg, Germany, late 1877
Flensburger Schiffbau ship list, 1878-1880Plan of Howaldtswerke Kiel shipyard, 1878
Flensburger Schiffbau ship list, 1878-1880Plan of Howaldtswerke Kiel shipyard, 1878
View of Howaldtswerke shipyard, Kiel, Germany, date unknownFlensburger Schiffbau ship list, 1881-1882
View of Howaldtswerke shipyard, Kiel, Germany, date unknownFlensburger Schiffbau ship list, 1881-1882

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