Aerial view of Blohm und Voss shipyard, Hamburg, Germany, 1922; photo taken from a dirigible at altitude of 120 meters

Caption   Aerial view of Blohm und Voss shipyard, Hamburg, Germany, 1922; photo taken from a dirigible at altitude of 120 meters ww2dbase
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Added By Al Griffis
Added Date 19 Jun 2019

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Al Griffis says:
11 Jun 2019 11:22:53 AM

Interesting features include slips II, III and IV to the middle left and slips VI, VII, VIII, IX and X in the center of picture. There are vessels in two of the seven floating dry docks, and a few ships at the equipping pier. Where the Elbe curves to the right the shipyards of Reiherstieg and H.C. Stulcken are located.

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