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Plan of AG Weser prior to the construction of the five slips, Bremen, Germany, circa 1901Plan of AG Weser, Bremen, Germany, circa 1905
Plan of AG Weser prior to the construction of the five slips, Bremen, Germany, circa 1901Plan of AG Weser, Bremen, Germany, circa 1905
Launching ceremony of SS Bremen, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 16 Aug 1928Launching ceremony of Seydlitz, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 19 Jan 1939
Launching ceremony of SS Bremen, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 16 Aug 1928Launching ceremony of Seydlitz, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 19 Jan 1939
Drydock I under construction, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, Jul 1939Lützow being prepared for launch, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 1 Jul 1939
Drydock I under construction, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, Jul 1939Lützow being prepared for launch, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 1 Jul 1939
Drydock I under construction, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, Nov 1939Plan of Deschimag indicating that each of the building ways could be a double slip as needed, Bremen, Germany, 1941
Drydock I under construction, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, Nov 1939Plan of Deschimag indicating that each of the building ways could be a double slip as needed, Bremen, Germany, 1941
Plan of Deschimag, Bremen, Germany, 1941Aerial view of Seydlitz, Z34, Z32, and Z33 in the Westhafen basin of Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 8 May 1942
Plan of Deschimag, Bremen, Germany, 1941Aerial view of Seydlitz, Z34, Z32, and Z33 in the Westhafen basin of Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 8 May 1942
Aerial view of Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, summer 1943Deschimag facilities, Bremen, Germany, 1943 or 1944
Aerial view of Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, summer 1943Deschimag 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