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Stuttgart C

Hospital Ship




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Service Data

In Service: 4 January 1924 to 9 October 1943

Production Data

Ordered:
Builder: AG Vulcan, Stettin
Construction No:
Laid down:
Launched: 31 July 1923
Commissioned: 4 January 1924

Technical Data

Type: Hospital ship / Lazarettschiffe
Class:

Displacement: 20,500 tons
Length: waterline 167.80 m overall
Beam: 24 m
Draft: 7.56 m
Propulsion: 2 × 3 cylinder. triple acting expansion engines, 2 × shafts, 4 × boilers producing up to 8500 hp
Propellers: 2
Speed: 15.5 knots
Range:
Crew: 297 men and officers
Armament: none
Armour
Aircraft:
Electronics:
Operators: Kriegsmarine
Variants:

Other: Hospital ships
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History



Career

4 January 1924
The Hospital ship Stuttgart C is commissioned.

9 October 1943
The Hospital ship Stuttgart C is sunk.

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Sources

German Warships, 1815-1945: Major Surface Vessels.
ISBN-10: 0851775330

German Warships, 1815-1945: U-boats and Mine Warfare Vessels.
ISBN-10: 155750301X

German warships of the Second World War.
ISBN-10: 0668040378

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