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    The battle of Dogger Bank

    I wants the S.M.S. Blücher in this Game. PLEASE!
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    What we know about Ships: Updated 05/04/2017

    CL Almaz this ship?
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    What we know about Ships: Updated 05/04/2017

    Ah, The Kaiserliche German Highsea-Fleet with the Nassau and Deutschland Class Linienships
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    What we know about Ships: Updated 05/04/2017

    Yes i am in favour.
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    What we know about Ships: Updated 05/04/2017

    Pillau a Prem? for Tier 3-4?, a higher tier make this ship UP. SMS Pillau Schiffsdaten Flagge Deutsches Reich Italien Schiffstyp Kleiner Kreuzer Klasse Pillau-Klasse Bauwerft F. Schichau, Danzig Baunummer 893 Stapellauf 11. April 1914 Indienststellung 5. August 1914 Verbleib Am 28. Juni 1943 versenkt Schiffsmaße und Besatzung Länge 135,3 m (Lüa) 134,3 m (KWL) Breite 13,6 m Tiefgang max. 5,98 m Verdrängung Konstruktion: 4.390 t Maximal: 5.252 t Besatzung 442 Mann Maschine Maschine 10 Yarrow-Kessel 2 Dampfturbinen Maschinen- leistung 30.000 PS (22.065 kW) Geschwindigkeit max. 27,5 kn (51 km/h) Propeller 2 dreiflügelig ∅ 3,5 m Bewaffnung 8 × 15 cm SK L/45 (1.024 Schuss) 4 × 5,2 cm SK L/55 Flak 2 Torpedorohre ∅ 50 cm (an Deck) 120 Seeminen Panzerung Deck: 20–80 mm Kommandoturm: 50–75 mm Schilde: 50 mm
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    What we know about Ships: Updated 05/04/2017

    Could it not be that, the German Heavycruizer Tree start with the T2 Graudenz class, - T3 Pillau class, - T4 Cöln class ->? This make my sense, the CA Chikuma 1911 is them similar.
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    What we know about Ships: Updated 05/04/2017

    German Heavycruiser/Panzercruiser proposal: T2 - Prinz Heinrich class, T3 - Prinz-Adelbert class, T4 - Scharnhorst 1907 class, T5 - Blücher 1909 class, T6 - ? , T7 - ? , T8 - Admiral-Hipper class, T9 - ? , T10 - ?
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    What we know about Ships: Updated 05/04/2017

    Well the tier 6 Nürnberg CL is a Leipzig class Kreuzer, you see: -> Leipzig-Klasse Übersicht Typ: Leichter Kreuzer Einheiten: LeipzigNürnberg Technische Daten Verdrängung: Entwurf: 6750 t Standard: 7150 ts (6756 t) Einsatz: 8060 ts (8260 t) Länge: über alles: 181 m Konstruktionswasserlinie: 170 m Breite: 16,4 m Tiefgang: 5,7 m Bewaffnung: 9 × 15-cm in Drillingstürmen 8 × 8,8-cm-Flak in Doppellafetten 8 × 3,7-cm-Flak in Doppellafetten 14 × 2-cm-Flak 12 × 53,3-cm-Torpedorohre (vier Dreifachsätze) 120 Seeminen Geschwindigkeit: Maximal: 32 kn Besatzung: 850 Offiziere und Mannschaften Reichweite: 5600 sm bei 19 Knoten Antrieb: 2 Satz Getriebeturbinen mit Rädergetriebe 6 ölgefeuerte Doppelenderkessel 4 doppeltwirkende 7-Zyl.-Zweitakt-Diesel mit Vulcan-Getriebe
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    What we know about Ships: Updated 05/04/2017

    Ähm H-79 Prem-BC, you mean this H-79 Design? Design 1047 Pre-Note I would like to share this percular plan, For it was quite interesting..being planned by the Dutch and Germany "together". I will make this vessel review 2 parts...due to being a deeply detailed subject. Introduction During 1938, The Dutch required a war-time vessel to be used in service of the RRN (Royal Netherlands Navy). With a naval unit at hand, the Dutch believed this would be the chance to obtain a stronghold on their military power.They though that, with a strong vessel...their hostilities would require great forces to defeat this theorized ship. In 1939, the Dutch started designing plans on their "greatly" vessel under supervision of J.J.C Van Dijk.... Minister of defense. At first, the Dutch mocked up 3 light cruisers to be made, Soon™™ that changed to 2 Battle-cruisers after J.J.C informed them of the situation. The production of these Battle-cruisers were to be held directly at Dutch ports. They were planned to be roughly 240 meters with a limit of 4 shafts to suffice 180.000 SHP. What the Dutch wanted: Quote What the Dutch came up with: Quote However....the Dutch faced a problem... The Germans When the Dutch added up everything and was nearing production phase...they realized, They couldn't build even one of the Battle-cruisers! They lacked the money and resources to start the production of their designs. Also added to that...they lacked the knowledge of modernized naval technology after the first world war, rendering them useless in planning naval vessels. So they had to rely on neighboring nations for help. The Dutch wanted France to help and lend them their planned battle-cruisers....but instead they asked Germany for aid in their project. So the project was "temporally" taken over by the German government. The Dutch group left to Berlin (24 and 25 of April), where they would plan the phases out with the Germans. Germany became hooked to this project and decided to venture further into it...regardless of the Dutch that changed their minds. They decided to just adopt a Gneisenau-class, but was ignored. They consulted more with Germany until they turned them down. Gneisenau would not be released to the Netherlands, and its production was to be kept secret with Germany. So, Germany made orders on the needed materials (below). Quote After time flew by, Germany was able to roughly plan the statistics of the Battle-cruiser on 13th of July, 1939. Admiral Bartenbach (Leader of Naval affairs between the Netherlands and Germany) told the Dutch that they will continue their own orders over the Dutch design plan. However, Krupp continued their plans on furthering the vessel (plan wise). Quote Later Planning Later in development...both countries were able to figure out what would be what. Krupp and the Dutch both agreed to equip the Battle-cruiser with one 28,3cm (triple) turret and with 12 cm twin AA (2) guns. This plan lasted quite shortly...and both groups agreed to change the plans (Or detail them, I'm not sure how they did it) of the vessel to something more viable. Instead of one triple 28,3cm battery..they decided to add 3. Which...makes sense ...right? Plans (after upgrades in battery #): Quote The Fire control positions: Quote Costing Adding up everything needed for the vessel...the price of this vessel would roughly sum up to 69,212,555 Dutch Guilders ($37,412,192 USD). Quote Quote found it at the War Tunder Navy forum
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    What we know about Ships: Updated 05/04/2017

    I think it is the MinenKreuzer( 4x 15 cm, 2x 8,8 cm, 2x Torpedotubes and 400 Mines) of 1915.
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    What we know about Ships: Updated 05/04/2017

    The big Problem of the Graf Zeppelin and other German Carriers, is not the Defensive armament, It is the Aircraft capacity! The most German Carriers have capacity of in total 20-45 planes! zB the Europa Oceanliner Conversion (292 m) a candidate of a possible second tier 10 Carrier tree, have omly a capacity of 42 Aircraft.
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    Not really, other Tier 8 Carriers have similar armamets (Lexington,Akagi,Kaga 8 Inch Guns other Carriers have 5,5 Inch Guns), and are more or less equal Speed(Yorktown-33Kn, Shokaku-34Kn, Lex.-34 Kn, Akagi-31 Kn, Implacable-32,5 Kn), the only tool to balance of all known German Carrier Designs(De Grasse, Seydlitz, Potsdam, Graf Zeppelin and Europa) are minimum 30% more Planes
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    What we know about Ships: Updated 05/04/2017

    How the Graf Zeppelin (43 Planes, 262,5 m Long) to the others Carriers balancen, z.B. Yorktown (90 Planes, 247 m Long)? and the Scharnhorst and Bismarck Conversion? Tier 10 Bismarck Conversion (? Planes 250-260? m) to USS Midway (over 100 Planes 295,2 m)
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    Is the L-28 comparable with the Yamato or Montana Classes? This Ships have dozens to hundreds of AA Guns. Gun inch calibre, AA Guns, Speed and Armour? Is the Deutschland and P-Class Panzerkreuzer at Tier 4 and 5 not a bit OP, Fast: 28 Kn and 33 Kn, Modern 11 inch Guns (Elite P Class have 15 Inch), relative Little and agile. Or give there likewise a Standard P-Class at Tier 8 or 9?
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    What we know about Ships: Updated 05/04/2017

    Why is the WWII Plan Z P-Panzerkreuzer at Tier 5, and a Prem-Battleship. And the O-Battlekreuzer at Tier 7, Tier 9 is better. :angry: The P-Panzerkreuzer is the follower of the Deutschland Panzerkreuzer, and the O-Battlekreuzer has at stock state six 38 cm Guns. And the Nürnberg a Königsberg I-Class Kreuzer of Tier 2 at Tier 6? Not real or? :sceptic: Königsberg-Class T2 -> Dresden-Class T3-> Pillau-Class T4 -> Köln-Class T5 ->Königsberg II-Class T6 -> Emden-Class T7 / /-> Bremen-Class T3 -> Gazelle-Class T4-> Graudenz-Class T5->Wiesbaden-Class T6 ->Leipzig-Class T7 ->Königsberg III-Class T8 -> M-Class T9 (Plan Z) -> ? / /-> Karlsruhe-Class T4 -> Kolberg-Class T5-> Magdeburg-Class T6 Thanks to Wiki.
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