Gneisenau

The Gneisenau was a German Scharnhorst Class battleship of 26000 tons displacement launched in 1936, completed in 1938 and seriously damaged in April 1940 during the invasion of Norway. Contemporary reports claimed that the Gneisenau had been sunk, but she was only heavily damaged and was subsequently repaired. The Gneisenau was armed with nine 11-
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Gneisenau

[1935] The Gneisenau was a passenger ship of the Norddeutscher Lloyd, which began its duty as an East Asia liner in 1935. Like several other German ships, the Gneisenau was named after August Neidhardt von Gneisenau, a Prussian Generalfeldmarschall and military reformer. ==Literature== ...
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