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T27

CountryGermany
Ship Class1939-class Motor Torpedo Boat
BuilderF. Schichau Elbing
Yard Number1486
Ordered10 Nov 1939
Launched20 Aug 1942
Commissioned12 Apr 1943
Sunk6 May 1944

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T27 Operational Timeline

21 Mar 1944 Torpedo boats Jaguar, Möwe, Greif, Kondor, T27, and T29 began to lay mines off Le Havre and Fécamp, France.
22 Mar 1944 Torpedo boats Jaguar, Möwe, Greif, Kondor, T27, and T29 completed laying mines off Le Havre and Fécamp, France.
23 May 1944 Torpedo boats Jaguar, Möwe, Greif, Kondor, T27, and T29 departed Cherbourg for Le Havre, France.




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