Woerth, German Brandenburg Class pre Dreadnought battleship. Commissioned 1893, stricken 1919. Seems to have survived WW 1 as accommodation ship. But earlier maybe to have been slightly involved in the Boxer rebellion.
Fine picture, These ships were the first true ocean going German battleships and were quite unusual in that they had a strong main gun armament of six 11 inch guns but of two different calibres, four C40 and two C35 all in twin turrets, the shorter barrelled guns were placed between the funnels and after mast.
The strong main battery was countered by a weak secondary battery of eight 4.1 inch , eight 3.4 inch and eight 1 inch guns.
She also had three 17.7 inch torpedo tubes