Z4 Richard Beitzen

CountryGermany
Ship Class1934-class Destroyer
BuilderDeutsche Werke Kiel
Yard Number245
Slip/Drydock NumberDrydock IV
Ordered7 Apr 1934
Laid Down7 Jan 1935
Launched30 Nov 1935
Commissioned13 May 1937

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Z4 Richard Beitzen Operational Timeline

27 Apr 1943 Jaguar, Greif, and Z4 Richard Beitzen escorted light cruiser Nürnberg out of Harstad, Norway toward Kiel, Germany.
3 May 1943 Light cruiser Nürnberg arrived at Kiel, Germany; Jaguar, Greif, and Z4 Richard Beitzen had escorted her to Kiel from Norway. Later that day, Jaguar, Greif, and Möwe escorted minelayers out of Kiel for the North Sea.




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