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Construction of dry dock V or VI, Kaiserliche Werft Kiel, Germany, circa 1902Construction of dry docks V and VI, Kaiserliche Werke Kiel, Germany, circa 1902
Construction of dry dock V or VI, Kaiserliche Werft Kiel, Germany, circa 1902Construction of dry docks V and VI, Kaiserliche Werke Kiel, Germany, circa 1902
1903 plan of auxiliary equipment for dry docks I to IV of Kaiserliche Werke Kiel, Germany1903 plan of enclosure for dry docks of Kaiserliche Werke Kiel, Germany
1903 plan of auxiliary equipment for dry docks I to IV of Kaiserliche Werke Kiel, Germany1903 plan of enclosure for dry docks of Kaiserliche Werke Kiel, Germany
1905 plan of auxiliary equipment for dry dock VI of Kaiserliche Werke Kiel, Germany1905 plan of dry docks of Kaiserliche Werke Kiel, Germany
1905 plan of auxiliary equipment for dry dock VI of Kaiserliche Werke Kiel, Germany1905 plan of dry docks of Kaiserliche Werke Kiel, Germany
Aerial view of Germaniawerft yard in Kiel, Germany, early 1900s; note battleship Deutschland or Schleswig-Holstein under construction, 4 torpedo boat slips ahead of the battleship, and building slips V through VIIILaunching of an unidentified vessel from the old shipyard
Aerial view of Germaniawerft yard in Kiel, Germany, early 1900s; note battleship Deutschland or Schleswig-Holstein under construction, 4 torpedo boat slips ahead of the battleship, and building slips V through VIIILaunching of an unidentified vessel from the old shipyard's slip II, Germaniawerft yard, Kiel, Germany, date unknown
Drawing of GermaniawerftMerchant ships under construction, Howaldtswerke shipyard, Kiel, Germany, date unknown
Drawing of Germaniawerft's slips I through IV, looking from Kiel harbor, Germany; note crane arrangement, size of vessel of each, and the building difference of slip IIMerchant ships under construction, Howaldtswerke shipyard, Kiel, Germany, date unknown
Torpedo boat slips, Germaniawerft yard, Kiel, Germany, date unknown; note downtown Kiel in backgroundView of Germaniawerft yard of Kiel, Germany, date unknown
Torpedo boat slips, Germaniawerft yard, Kiel, Germany, date unknown; note downtown Kiel in backgroundView of Germaniawerft yard of Kiel, Germany, date unknown
View of Howaldtswerke shipyard from the opposite bank of the Schwentine River, Kiel, Germany, date unknown; note how little room there was to launch vessels from the slipsView of Howaldtswerke shipyard, Kiel, Germany, circa 1920s
View of Howaldtswerke shipyard from the opposite bank of the Schwentine River, Kiel, Germany, date unknown; note how little room there was to launch vessels from the slipsView of Howaldtswerke shipyard, Kiel, Germany, circa 1920s
View of Germaniawerft yard of Kiel, Germany from the land side, 1921; note slips I through VII and the very end of slip VIIIConstruction of the 40K floating dry dock, Deutsche Werke Kiel, Germany, Sep 1921
View of Germaniawerft yard of Kiel, Germany from the land side, 1921; note slips I through VII and the very end of slip VIIIConstruction of the 40K floating dry dock, Deutsche Werke Kiel, Germany, Sep 1921
View of Germaniawerft yard of Kiel, Germany, looking northwest, Sep 1921Aerial view of Germaniawerft yard in Kiel, Germany, 1920s; note that the torpedo boat slips had been removed
View of Germaniawerft yard of Kiel, Germany, looking northwest, Sep 1921Aerial view of Germaniawerft yard in Kiel, Germany, 1920s; note that the torpedo boat slips had been removed
Launching of an unidentified vessel from the new shipyardView of Howaldtswerke Kiel shipyard, Kiel, Germany, date unknown
Launching of an unidentified vessel from the new shipyard's slip III, Germaniawerft yard, Kiel, Germany, date unknownView of Howaldtswerke Kiel shipyard, Kiel, Germany, date unknown

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