|Ship Class||M-class Light Cruiser|
|Planned Yard Number||607|
|Planned Slip/Drydock Number||II|
|Ordered||1 Dec 1941|
|Projected Keel Laying||1 Jun 1944|
|Projected Launch||1 Dec 1945|
|Projected Completion||1 Dec 1946|
|Displacement||8,500 tons standard|
|Range||8,000nm at 19 knots|
|Armament||4x2x15cm guns, 2x2x8.8cm anti-aicraft guns, 4x2x3.7cm anti-aicraft guns, 4x2cm anti-aicraft guns, 8x53cm torpedo tubes, 60 mines|
|Armor||50mm belt, 20mm deck, 20-35mm turret roof, 80mm turret face, 25mm turret sides, 50mm conning tower roof, 100mm conning tower sides|
|Aircraft||2x Arado 196 seaplanes|
Contributor: C. Peter Chen
This article refers to a planned ship that was not actually built.
ww2dbaseP was one of the 6 M1-class light cruisers that the German Navy planned but never built. Like her five sisters, she was intended to be used as a fast merchant raider. No work ever started on her.
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