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  1. SS Holtenau sunken

    SS Holtenau sunken

    The German war transport Holtenau seen here resting in shallow waters off Calais in 1942 due to war causes. Holtenau was originally built as the British SS Dulwich (4036 grt / 2418 nrt) and launched on March 3rd, 1931 by the Smith’s Dock Company, Ltd., Stockton-on-Tees, yard number 923. Completed
  2. Holtenau ex Dulwich

    Holtenau ex Dulwich

    The German war transport Holtenau seen here resting in shallow waters off Calais in 1942 due to war causes. Holtenau was originally built as the British SS Dulwich (4036 grt / 2418 nrt) and launched on March 3rd, 1931 by the Smith’s Dock Company, Ltd., Stockton-on-Tees, yard number 923. Completed
  3. The burnt-out Dulwich

    The burnt-out Dulwich

    The British steamer Dulwich seen here gutted by fire in the Seine in 1940 after being cut off by German troops and abandoned by its crew. The Dulwich (4036 grt / 2418 nrt) was launched on March 3rd, 1931 by the Smith’s Dock Company, Ltd., Stockton-on-Tees, yard number 923, and completed in the end
  4. Linienschiffe, Kiel Canal --KAISER FRIEDRICH II

    Linienschiffe, Kiel Canal --KAISER FRIEDRICH II

    This picture is from an old postcard, it says that the Line ship is passing through the locks on the Kaiser Wilhelm Kanal (Kiel Canal) at Holtenau. The ships name is not mentioned, Does anybody out there recognize the ship? No other information. Frank
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