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Zwar war an Bord alles für die Aufnahme von Schiffbrüchigen vorbereitet worden, aufgrund einer eingehenden U-Boot-Warnung musste die Admiral Hipper die Unglücksstelle jedoch unmittelbar nach dem Eintreffen unverrichteter Dinge wieder verlassen.
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Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Schiffsdaten Flagge. Schwerer Kreuzer. Admiral-Hipper -Klasse. Standard : Konstruktion: Lützow was ordered by the Kriegsmarine from the Deschimag shipyard in Bremen.
The Kriegsmarine decided, however, to complete the ship identically to Admiral Hipper on 14 November In October , the Soviet Union approached Germany with a request to purchase the then unfinished Admiral Hipper -class cruisers Lützow , Seydlitz , and Prinz Eugen , along with plans for German capital ships, naval artillery, and other naval technology.
Eighty percent of the material was to be provided within twelve months of the transfer, with the remainder to be provided within fifteen months.
In February , when the agreement was concluded, Lützow was fitting-out in Bremen. Her main battery guns had been transferred to the German army and placed on railway mountings; they had to be dismantled and returned to Bremen.
The ship was then towed to Leningrad on 15 April by a private German towing company. Rear Admiral Otto Feige was placed in command of the operation.
At the time the ship arrived in Leningrad, only the two forward gun turrets had been installed and the bridge superstructure was incomplete.
The only secondary guns installed were the 3. The vessel's design provided the basis for a planned heavy cruiser, designated Projekt 82 , although this ship was canceled before work began.
Language barriers and inexperience with international training missions also hampered the training effort. Ten minutes later, Berwick reappeared off Admiral Hipper ' s port bow;   the German cruiser fired several salvos from her forward turrets and scored hits on the British cruiser's rear turrets, waterline, and forward superstructure.
Admiral Hipper then disengaged, to prevent the British destroyers from closing to launch a torpedo attack. By now, the ship was running low on fuel, and so she put into Brest in occupied France on 27 December.
On 1 February , Admiral Hipper embarked on her second Atlantic sortie. The following morning, Admiral Hipper closed in and sank several of the ships.
She therefore returned to Brest on 15 February. British bombers were regularly attacking the port, however, and the Kriegsmarine therefore decided Admiral Hipper should return to Germany, where she could be better protected.
Before the ship could leave, damage caused to the ship's hull by wrecks in the harbor had to be repaired. After completion of the refit, Admiral Hipper conducted sea trials in the Baltic before putting into Gotenhafen on 21 December for some minor refitting.
By March, the ship was again fully operational. Several British submarines were patrolling the area, but failed to intercept the German flotilla.
Admiral Hipper and her escorts reached their destination on 21 March. Swedish intelligence had meanwhile reported the German departures to the British Admiralty , which ordered the convoy to disperse.
Aware that they had been detected, the Germans aborted the operation and turned over the attack to U-boats and the Luftwaffe.
The scattered vessels could no longer be protected by the convoy escorts, and the Germans sank 21 of the 34 isolated transports.
The British submarine Tigris unsuccessfully attempted to torpedo Admiral Hipper on 10 September, while the ship was patrolling with Admiral Scheer and the light cruiser Köln.
After her return to port, Admiral Hipper was transferred to Bogen Bay near Narvik for repairs to her propulsion system.
Vizeadmiral Oskar Kummetz commanded the squadron from Admiral Hipper. Kummetz dispatched the destroyer Z27 to sink the two Soviet ships.
In December , convoy traffic to the Soviet Union resumed. Raeder ordered the forces assigned to Operation Regenbogen into action.
Kummetz's plan was to divide his force in half; he would take Admiral Hipper and three destroyers north of the convoy to attack it and draw away the escorts.
Lützow and the remaining three destroyers would then attack the undefended convoy from the south. At on the 31st, the British destroyer Obdurate spotted the three destroyers screening for Admiral Hipper ; the Germans opened fire first.
At the time the divers removed the oil, they also recovered one of her Ar floatplanes, which is preserved in Stavanger.
Prinz Eugen saw extensive action during Operation Rheinübung , an attempted breakout into the Atlantic Ocean with the battleship Bismarck in May The two ships engaged the British battlecruiser Hood and battleship Prince of Wales in the Battle of Denmark Strait , during which Hood was destroyed and Prince of Wales was severely damaged.
Prinz Eugen was detached from Bismarck during the operation to raid Allied merchant shipping, but this was cut short due to engine troubles.
The torpedo severely damaged the ship's stern, which necessitated repairs in Germany. Upon returning to active service, the ship spent several months training new officer cadets in the Baltic before serving as artillery support to the retreating German Army on the Eastern Front.
After surviving both atomic blasts, Prinz Eugen was towed to Kwajalein Atoll where she ultimately capsized and sank in December The unfinished ship remained inactive until March , when the Kriegsmarine decided to pursue aircraft carriers over surface combatants.
Seydlitz was among the vessels chosen for conversion into auxiliary aircraft carriers. As a carrier, the ship was to have had a complement of ten Bf fighters and ten Ju 87 dive-bombers.
She would have been armed with an anti-aircraft battery of ten Conversion work was halted in June , however, and the incomplete vessel was towed to Königsberg where she was eventually scuttled on 29 January The ship was seized by the advancing Soviet Army and was briefly considered for cannibalization for spare parts to complete her sister ship Lützow , which had been purchased by the Soviet Navy before the war.
This plan was also abandoned, and the ship was broken up for scrap. In October , the Soviet Union requested the purchase of the incomplete Lützow.
The vessel was still incomplete when sold to the Soviet Union, with only half of her main battery of eight Still unfinished when Germany invaded the Soviet Union in June , the ship briefly took part in the defense of Leningrad by providing artillery support to the Soviet defenders.
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