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Ship Danzig under construction on Slip I of Nordseewerke shipyard, Emden, Germany, 1920 or 1921Ships Danzig and Theben under construction on Slip I of Nordseewerke shipyard, Emden, Germany, 1920 or 1921
Ship Danzig under construction on Slip I of Nordseewerke shipyard, Emden, Germany, 1920 or 1921Ships Danzig and Theben under construction on Slip I of Nordseewerke shipyard, Emden, Germany, 1920 or 1921
The King George double dry dock of Tecklenborg shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, date unknownTorpedo boat slips, Germaniawerft yard, Kiel, Germany, date unknown; note downtown Kiel in background
The King George double dry dock of Tecklenborg shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, date unknownTorpedo boat slips, Germaniawerft yard, Kiel, Germany, date unknown; note downtown Kiel in background
View of facilities at AG Vulcan Stettin shipyard, Germany, date unknownView of Germaniawerft yard of Kiel, Germany, date unknown
View of facilities at AG Vulcan Stettin shipyard, Germany, date unknownView 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 Vulcan shipyard (later Howaldtswerke), Hamburg, Germany, 1920sTanker Baltic nearing completion, Nordseewerke shipyard, Emden, Germany, Sep 1920
View of Vulcan shipyard (later Howaldtswerke), Hamburg, Germany, 1920sTanker Baltic nearing completion, Nordseewerke shipyard, Emden, Germany, Sep 1920
Cargo ship Stad Vlaardingen under construction by Flensburger Schiffbau, Flensburg, Germany, circa Dec 1920Preparing the RC Rickmers for launch, Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1921
Cargo ship Stad Vlaardingen under construction by Flensburger Schiffbau, Flensburg, Germany, circa Dec 1920Preparing the RC Rickmers for launch, Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, 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 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 Blohm und Voss shipyard, Hamburg, Germany, 1922; photo taken from a dirigible at altitude of 120 meters
View of Germaniawerft yard of Kiel, Germany, looking northwest, Sep 1921Aerial view of Blohm und Voss shipyard, Hamburg, Germany, 1922; photo taken from a dirigible at altitude of 120 meters
AG Vulcan Stettin shipyard, Germany, date unknownConstruction of slipways, AG Vulcan Stettin shipyard, Germany, date unknown
AG Vulcan Stettin shipyard, Germany, date unknownConstruction of slipways, AG Vulcan Stettin shipyard, Germany, date unknown
View of Tecklenborg shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1920s; note two merchant ships tied up in the equipping peir (middle right) and shipyard administration building (white building, bottom center)Workshops of Tecklenborg shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1925
View of Tecklenborg shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1920s; note two merchant ships tied up in the equipping peir (middle right) and shipyard administration building (white building, bottom center)Workshops of Tecklenborg shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1925

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