Ship ClassAdmiral Hipper-class Heavy Cruiser
Builder NameDeutsche Schiff- und Maschinenbau AG
Yard Number940
Slip/Drydock NumberV
Ordered18 Jul 1936
Laid Down29 Dec 1936
Launched19 Jan 1939


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Launching ceremony of Seydlitz, Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 19 Jan 1939Aerial view of Seydlitz, Z34, Z32, and Z33 in the Westhafen basin of Deschimag shipyard, Bremen, Germany, 8 May 1942

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