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Ship Class1935-class Motor Torpedo Boat
BuilderF. Schichau Elbing
Yard Number1383
Ordered16 Nov 1935
Laid Down29 Dec 1936
Launched15 Apr 1938
Commissioned27 May 1940


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T4 Operational Timeline

15 Aug 1942 Torpedo boats T4 and T10 escorted auxiliaries Uckermarck and Ermland as they sailed out of Royan, France.
16 Aug 1942 Torpedo boats T4 and T10 completed their escort mission for auxiliaries Uckermarck and Ermland to La Pallice, La Rochelle, France.

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