Plan of AG Weser prior to the construction of the five slips, Bremen, Germany, circa 1901

Caption   Plan of AG Weser prior to the construction of the five slips, Bremen, Germany, circa 1901 ww2dbase
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Added Date 28 Jul 2019

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Al Griffis says:
27 Jun 2019 09:56:18 AM

~1901 A.G. Weser shipyard plan before the five slips were built. The horizontal slip was the only
way of launching until ~1908. An old German marine engineering book indicated that the “Fehmarnbelt”, yard no. 369¸ was the last ship launched from the horizontal slip, although this can
not be verified.

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