Tiger

CountryGermany
Ship Class1924-class Motor Torpedo Boat
BuilderKriegsmarinewerft
Yard Number111
Slip/Drydock NumberDrydock III
Ordered6 Apr 1925
Laid Down2 Apr 1927
Launched15 Mar 1928
Commissioned15 Jan 1929

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Launching ceremony of torpedo boats Tiger, Luchs, Jaguar, and Leopard at the Reichsmarinewerft facility in Wilhelmshaven, Germany, 15 Mar 1928Tiger, Luchs, Jaguar, and Iltis at anchor, 1934-1940




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Launching ceremony of torpedo boats Tiger, Luchs, Jaguar, and Leopard at the Reichsmarinewerft facility in Wilhelmshaven, Germany, 15 Mar 1928
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