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Launching ceremony of SS Bremen, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 16 Aug 1928Launching of cargo ship Kybfels, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 24 Mar 1937, photo 1 of 2
Launching ceremony of SS Bremen, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 16 Aug 1928Launching of cargo ship Kybfels, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 24 Mar 1937, photo 1 of 2
Launching of cargo ship Kybfels, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 24 Mar 1937, photo 2 of 2Launching ceremony of Seydlitz, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 19 Jan 1939
Launching of cargo ship Kybfels, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 24 Mar 1937, photo 2 of 2Launching ceremony of Seydlitz, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 19 Jan 1939
Drydock I under construction, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, Jul 1939L├╝tzow being prepared for launch, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 1 Jul 1939
Drydock I under construction, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, Jul 1939L├╝tzow being prepared for launch, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 1 Jul 1939
Drydock I under construction, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, Nov 1939Launching of passenger-cargo ship Moltkefels, Bremer Vulkan shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 1940
Drydock I under construction, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, Nov 1939Launching of passenger-cargo ship Moltkefels, Bremer Vulkan shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 1940
Aerial view of Seydlitz, Z34, Z32, and Z33 in the Westhafen basin of Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 8 May 1942Aerial view of Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, summer 1943
Aerial view of Seydlitz, Z34, Z32, and Z33 in the Westhafen basin of Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 8 May 1942Aerial view of Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, summer 1943
Deschimag facilities, Bremen, Germany, 1943 or 1944
Deschimag facilities, Bremen, Germany, 1943 or 1944


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"No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. You win the war by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country!"

George Patton, 31 May 1944


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