1 Oct 1902

Photo(s) dated 1 Oct 1902
Plan presented by shipbuilding engineer Hans Schultz to the committee for the founding of a shipyard in Emden, Germany, 1 Oct 1902
11 Mar 1903

Germany
  • Nordseewerke Emden Werft und Dock Aktiengesellschaft was declared in Emden, Germany. ww2dbase [Nordseewerke Emden | Emden | AG]
29 Sep 1903

Germany
  • Nordseewerke Emden Werft und Dock Aktiengesellschaft in Emden, Germany was entered in the Commercial Register. ww2dbase [Nordseewerke Emden | Emden | AG]
10 Jan 1905

Photo(s) dated 10 Jan 1905
Plan of Nordseewerke shipyard in Emden, Germany, 10 Jan 1905
1 Nov 1911

Germany
  • Hugo Stinnes purchased Nordseewerke Emden Werft und Dock Aktiengesellschaft in Emden, Germany. ww2dbase [Nordseewerke Emden | Emden | AG]
12 Dec 1913

Germany
  • Nordseewerke Emden Werft und Dock Aktiengesellschaft in Emden, Germany was renamed Deutsch-Luxemburgische Bergwerks- und Huttengesellschaft, Abteilung Nordseewerke. ww2dbase [Nordseewerke Emden | Emden | AG]
1 Jan 1934

Germany
  • Nordseewerke Emden Werft und Dock Aktiengesellschaft in Emden, Germany reopened after nearly 3 years of inactivity. ww2dbase [Nordseewerke Emden | Emden | AG]
28 Apr 1941

Germany
6 Jun 1942

Germany
  • 233 British bombers (124 Wellington, 40 Stirling, 27 Halifax, 20 Lancaster, 15 Hampden, 7 Manchester) attacked Emden, Germany, destroying 300 houses, killing 17 civilians, and wounding 49; 9 bombers were lost on this mission. ww2dbase [Bombing of Hamburg, Dresden, and Other Cities | Emden, Weser-Ems | CPC]
20 Jun 1942

Germany
22 Jun 1942

Germany
  • 227 British RAF aircraft (144 Wellington, 38 Stirling, 26 Halifax, 11 Lancaster, and 8 Hampden) attacked Emden, Germany, destroying 50 houses, damaging harbor facilities, and killing 6 civilians (further 40 were injured); 6 bombers were lost on this mission. ww2dbase [Bombing of Hamburg, Dresden, and Other Cities | Emden, Weser-Ems | CPC]

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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