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Ship ClassH-class Battleship
Planned BuilderBlohm und Voss
Planned Yard Number526
Planned Slip/Drydock NumberDryDocks IV & V
Ordered25 May 1939
Projected Keel Laying1 Oct 1940
Projected Launch1 Oct 1942
Projected Completion1 Apr 1944


This article refers to a planned ship that was not actually built.

ww2dbaseBattleship M, ordered in May 1939, was one of the six H-class battleships according to the German Navy Plan Z. She was originally projected to be completed in Apr 1944, though the work never started on this ship.

Last Major Revision: Sep 2023

M Operational Timeline

2 May 1939 The construction order of battleships K was issued to Deutsche Werke Kiel, battleship L to Kriegsmarinewerft, battleship M to Blohm und Voss, and battleship N to Deschimag. Due to war demands, none of these keels would be laid down.

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