Launching of Horst Wessel, Blohm und Voss shipyard, Hamburg, Germany, 13 Jun 1936Horst Wessel, late 1936Horst Wessel at the Mürwik Naval School, Flensburg, Germany, 1937Officers and men aboard Horst Wessel, 1937
Launching of Horst Wessel, Blohm und Voss shipyard, Hamburg, Germany, 13 Jun 1936Horst Wessel, late 1936Horst Wessel at the Mürwik Naval School, Flensburg, Germany, 1937Officers and men aboard Horst Wessel, 1937
Field Marshal Werner von Blomberg (center) and his adjutant Captain Lieutenant Hubert von Wangenheim aboard Horst Wessel, Germany, 1 May 1937Field Marshal Werner von Blomberg inspecting the crew of Horst Wessel, accompanied by Captain Thiele and another officer, Germany, 1 May 1937Horst Wessel in the Baltic Sea while sailing from Pillau, Germany (now Baltijsk, Russia) to Sassnitz, Rügen island, Germany, 23 Jul 1937Rear Admiral Walter Warzecha (right), Hitler Youth leader Artur Axmann (front row, next to Warzecha) aboard Horst Wessel, Germany, Aug 1940
Field Marshal Werner von Blomberg (center) and his adjutant Captain Lieutenant Hubert von Wangenheim aboard Horst Wessel, Germany, 1 May 1937Field Marshal Werner von Blomberg inspecting the crew of Horst Wessel, accompanied by Captain Thiele and another officer, Germany, 1 May 1937Horst Wessel in the Baltic Sea while sailing from Pillau, Germany (now Baltijsk, Russia) to Sassnitz, Rügen island, Germany, 23 Jul 1937Rear Admiral Walter Warzecha (right), Hitler Youth leader Artur Axmann (front row, next to Warzecha) aboard Horst Wessel, Germany, Aug 1940
Horst Wessel at Bremerhaven, Germany, 1946USCGC Eagle off Castillo San Felipe del Morro, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 21 May 2014
Horst Wessel at Bremerhaven, Germany, 1946USCGC Eagle off Castillo San Felipe del Morro, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 21 May 2014
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