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M5

CountryGermany
Ship ClassM-class Minesweeper
BuilderOderwerke AG
Yard Number788
Ordered22 Nov 1935
Laid Down31 Aug 1936
Launched16 Oct 1937
Commissioned10 Jan 1939
Sunk18 Jun 1940

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ww2dbaseGerman minesweeper M5 was completed in Jan 1939. She was lost off Norway in Jun 1940.

Last Major Revision: Jun 2019

Minesweeper M5 Interactive Map

M5 Operational Timeline

17 Jan 1941 Harry Hopkins, while at a private dinner party with Scottish officials at the North British Railway Hotel in Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, pledged American support for Britain.




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