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  1. Quexcy_de_Eerste

    Submarines for European Techtree

    Hello Players and Makers, There are coming subs in Wows. Because there are much European nations with subs, i also made a duo tree with subs for Europe. This is my first idea: I think I can also made a triple with other nations.
  2. Marc_7925

    ORP Blyskawica 1:400

    My interpretation of 1943 ORP Blyskawica (Mirage Hobby 1:400). She is also one of my favourites here at WoW:
  3. Zgredek

    [PATO]Patologia Morska

    [PATO]Patologia Morska - Zaprasza wszystkich chętnych do wspólnej zabawy zarówno w bitwach randomowych jak i w bitwach klanowych. Zrzeszamy osoby, które podchodzą luźno do życia, potrafią się śmiać i gadać na luzie. Oczywiście jak każdy klan, chcemy osiągnąć jak najlepsze wyniki lecz nie kosztem dobrej atmosfery - "bo Stalingrad nam ucieknie". Jeśli jesteś zainteresowany do wstąpienia w nasze szeregi, skontaktuj się z nami w grze (Rekruter, oficer wykonawczy, założyciel), bądź tutaj na forum oznaczając mnie w poście. Wymagamy: najlepiej skończone 18 lat (Powód taki, że w większości ludzie w klanie są pełnoletnie... nawet bardzo pełnoletnie... ale to nie zmienia faktu, że młodsze wiekiem osoby, również u nas są - więc nawet jeśli nie masz tylu lat, zgłoś się.) Obecnie przynajmniej jeden, swój okręt na tierze 8 z drzewka, nie premium (Co prawda nie patrzymy za bardzo na statystyki, bo zależy nam na zabawie... ale teraz każdy ma możliwość zdobycia dowolnego okrętu premium 8 tierowego.) Mile widziana własna dycha... Nie chcemy spin, kłótni i innych bezsensownych dyskusji z powodu statystyk... chcemy wspólnie się bawić, w spokojnej i rozluźnionej atmosferze. Jeśli zamierzasz do nas przyjść, to miej na uwadze że Teamspeak 3 jest obowiązkowy. Jesteś w grze, jesteś na teamspeaku - możesz być wyciszony, ale po prostu masz być. Oferujemy: Miłą, spokojną lub mniej spokojną ale wesołą atmosferę Ekipę, która chętnie pomoże i doradzi. Nawet jeśli jesteś "nowy" masz szansę grać w bitwach klanowych. Chcielibyśmy utworzyć drugi zespół, który grałby klanówki Granie w dywizjonach bitew losowych, scenariuszy lub też bitew klanowych Własny serwer Teamspeak 3 W chwili obecnej, mamy prawie maksymalnie rozbudowany port klanowy. Brakuje tylko po dwa sloty budynków związanych z dodatkową stalą i węglem. Pozdrawiam i zapraszamy!
  4. Hakus

    Poland (ORP)

    Something about Polish Navy Poland (ORP)ORP (Okręt Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej) – Ship of Polish Republic.When you want to tell about single ship, you’re using ORP shortcut (e.g. ORP Orzeł), but when you want to tell about some ships, you should use OORP shortcut (e.g. OORP Orzeł, Sokół, Sęp etc. Instead ORP Orzeł, ORP Sokół, ORP Sęp etc.). Polish Destroyers before and during WWII: ORP Wicher The lead ship of the Wicher class, was a Polish Navy destroyer. She saw combat in the Invasion of Poland, which began World War II in Europe. Main informations: Name: ORP Wicher Namesake: Gale Ordered: 2 April 1926 Builder:Chantiers Navals Français, Blainville-sur-Orne, Caen Laid down: 19 February 1927 Launched: 10 July 1928 Commissioned: 8 July 1930 Fate: Sunk 3 September 1939 General characteristics:Class & type:Wicher-class destroyer Displacement: 1,540 t , Full: 2,010 t Length: 106,9 m (351 ft, 9 in) Beam: 10,5 m (34 ft, 5 in) Draught: 3,5 m (11 ft, 6 in) Speed: 33,8 knots (62.6 km/h, 38,9 mph) Complement: 162 Armament: Since 1930: 4 x 130 mm wz. 19/24 Schneider-Creusot Model 1924 guns 2 x 40 mm wz. 28 Vickers-Armstrong 2 pdr Mk II AA guns 2 x double 550 mm/533 mm/450 mm torpedo launchers 2 x 240 mm Thornycroft depth charge launchers 2 x Wz BH200 depth charge launchers 60 x wz. 08 naval mines Since 1939: 4 x 130 mm wz. 19/24 Schneider-Creusot Model 1924 guns 2 x 40 mm wz. 28 Vickers-Armstrong 2 pdr Mk II AA guns 4 x 13,2 mm Hotchkiss wz. 30HMGs (2x2) 2 x double 550 mm/533 mm/450 mm torpedo launchers 2 x Wz BH200 depth charge launchers 60 x wz. 08 naval mines ORP Burza was a Wicher-class destroyer of the Polish Navy which saw action in World War II. Main informations: Name: ORP Burza Namesake: Thunderstorm Ordered: 2 April 1926 Builder:Chantiers Navals Français, Blainville-sur-Orne, Caen Laid down: 1 November 1927 Launched: 16 April 1929 Commissioned: 10 July 1932 Decommissioned: 28 June 1960 Fate: Turned into museum ship; later scrapped General characteristics:Class & type:Wicher-class destroyer Displacement: 1,400 t , Full: 1,910 t Length: 106,9 m (350 ft, 9 in) Beam: 10,5 m (34 ft, 5 in) Draught: 3,5 m (11 ft, 6 in) Installed power: 35000 shpPropulsion: geared turbines Speed: 33,8 knots (62.6 km/h, 38,9 mph) Complement: 162 Armament: Since 1929:4 x 130 mm guns2 x 40 mm FLAK guns4 x 13.2 mm (0.52 in) Hotchkiss MG6 x 550 mm torpedo launchers2 x depth charge launchers 30 x naval mines on double racks Since 1942:2 x 130 mm guns1 x 76 mm FLAK guns4 x 40 mm FLAK guns2 x 20 mm FLAK guns3 x 533 mm torpedo launchers2 x depth charge launchers5 x depth charge throwers ORP Grom was the lead ship of her class of destroyers serving in the Polish Navy during World War II. She was named after the Polish word for "thunderclap". Main informations: Name: ORP Grom Namesake: Thunderclap Ordered: 17 April 1935 Builder: J. Samuel White & Co. Ltd., Coves Laid down: 1 July 1927 Launched: 20 July 1936 Commissioned: 11 May 1937 Decommissioned: 4 May 1940 Fate: Sunk in the fjord Rombaken near Narvik in Norway General characteristics:Class & type:Grom-class destroyer Displacement: 1,975 t - standard, 2,183 t – normal, 2,400 t full Length: 114 m (374) Beam: 11.3 m (37 ft, 1 in) Draught: 3,3 m (10 ft, 10 in) Installed power: 54,000 shp (40.000kW)Propulsion: Two Parsons' steam turbines, 3 boilers and 2 shafts Speed: 39 knots (72 km/h, 45 mph) Range: 3,500 neutical miles (6,500 km/h / 4,000 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h / 17 mph) Complement: 192 Armament:7 × 120 mm (4.7 in) Bofors wz. 34/36 guns2 × double 40 mm (1.6 in) AA Bofors guns4 × double 13,2 mm AA HotchkissHMG6 × 550 mm (22 in)/533 mm (21.0 in) torpedo launchers2 x depth charge launchers, 20 wz. BH 200 bombs44 x naval mines ORP Błyskawica is a Grom-class destroyer which served in the Polish Navy during World War II and is the only ship of the Polish Navy awarded the Virtuti Militari medal. It is preserved as a museum ship in Gdynia, the oldest preserved destroyer in the world. She was the second of two Grom-class destroyers, built for the Polish Navy by J. Samuel White, Cowes in 1935–37. The name means Lightning. The two Groms were some of the most heavily armed and fastest destroyers on the seas during World War II. Main informations: Name: ORP Błyskawica Namesake: Lightning Ordered: 29 March 1935 Builder: J. Samuel White & Co. Ltd., Coves Laid down: 1 October(!) 1935 Launched: 1 October 1936 Commissioned: 25 November 1937 Decommissioned: 1 May 1976 Honours and awards: Virtuti Militari, 4th Class Fate: Museum ship General characteristics:Class & type:Grom-class destroyer Displacement: 1,975 t - standard, 2,183 t – normal, 2,400 t full Length: 114 m (374) Beam: 11.3 m (37 ft, 1 in) Draught: 3,3 m (10 ft, 10 in) Installed power: 54,000 shp (40.000kW)Propulsion: Two Parsons' steam turbines, 3 boilers and 2 shafts Speed: 39 knots (72 km/h, 45 mph) Range: 3,500 neutical miles (6,500 km/h / 4,000 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h / 17 mph) Complement: 192 Armament:Since 1937: 7 x 120mm wz. 34/36 Bofors (2x2 i 1x1),4 x 40mm wz. 36 Bofors,8 x 13,2mm wz. 30 Hotchkiss,6 x 550mm torpedo launchers2 depth charge launchers 20 bombs44 x naval minesSince 1941:8 × QF 4-inch (101.6 mm) Mk XVI AA guns4 × 40 mm (1.6 in) AA guns4 × 20 mm (0.79 in) AA guns 6 × torpedo launchers ORP Orkan and ORP Huragan The expected name of the Polish destroyers Grom-class planned ships of the Grom class of destroyers ordered for the Polish Navy shortly before World War II. They were to be built in Poland, the first destroyers so constructed, and were to be named Huragan ("hurricane") and Orkan ("windstorm"), respectively. Their design included greater power and displacement than the first two ships of the class. Their construction was interrupted by the beginning of World War II and they were never completed. Main informations: Name: OORP Orkan, Huragan Namesake: Windstorm, Hurricane Ordered: 1 May 1939 Builder: Polish Naval Yard, Gdynia General characteristics:Class & type:Grom-class destroyer Displacement: 2,045 t - standard, 2,214 t – normal, 2,470 t full Length: 114 m (374) Beam: 11 m (36 ft, 1 in) Draught: 3,46 m (11 ft, 4 in) Installed power: 56,500 shp (42.100kW)Propulsion: Two Parsons' steam turbines, 3 boilers and 2 shafts Speed: 39 knots (72 km/h, 45 mph) Range: 3,500 neutical miles (6,500 km/h / 4,000 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h / 17 mph) Complement: 192 Armament:7 × 120 mm (4.7 in) Bofors wz. 34/36 guns2 × double 40 mm (1.6 in) AA Bofors guns4 × double 13,2 mm AA HotchkissHMG6 × 550 mm (22 in)/533 mm (21.0 in) torpedo launchers2 x depth charge launchers, 20 wz. BH 200 bombs44 x naval mines ORP Orkan formerly HMS Myrmidon was an M-class destroyer of the Polish Navy during World War II. The name translates as "windstorm". She was sunk by U-378 on October 8, 1943 in the Barents Sea. Probably it was second ship named “Orkan”, first was building 3 years early, but that construction was interrupted by the beginning of World War II and it was never completed. Main informations: Name: ORP OrkanNamesake: European windstormBuilder: Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Govan, Scotland Laid down: 7 December 1939Launched: 2 December 1941Acquired: 18 November 1942 Commissioned: 18 November 1942 Decommissioned: 8 October 1943 Fate: sunk with 178 hands, 44 saved General characteristics: Displacement: 1,935 t - standard Length: 110 m (362 ft) Beam: 11,20 m (36 ft 9 in) Draught: 4,52 m (14 ft 10 in) Installed power: 19,000 shp (1,150 kW)Propulsion: 2 shaft geared turbines, 2 boilers 48,000hp Speed: 36 knots (67 km/h) Complement: 20 Armament:3 double x 120 mm Mk XI guns1 x 102 mm Mk V FLAK gun4 x 40 mm FLAK guns 2 x 20 mm FLAK guns12 large caliber FLAK guns4 x 533 mm depth charge launcher depth charge thrower ORP Garland (H37) British destroyer G-class from the interwar period and World War II, serving 1940-1946 in the Polish Navy. After the war, in 1949-1964, it served in the Navy as a Dutch Hr. Ms. "Marnix". Main informations: Name: ORP Garland Builder: Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering, Govan, Scotland Ordered: 5 March 1933 Laid down: 22 August 1934 Launched: 23 October 1935 Acquired: 3 May 1940 from British Royal Navy Commissioned: 3 May 1940 Decommissioned: 24 September 1946 Fate: Returned to Royal Navy General characteristics:Class & type: G-class destroyer Displacement: 1,370 t – standard, 1913 t - full Length: 98,5 m (323 ft) Beam: 10,1 m (33 ft) Draught: 3,8 m (12, 5 in) Installed power: 34,000 shp (25.000kW)Propulsion: Parsons geared steam turbines, 2 shafts, 3 Admiralty, 3-drum water-tube boilers Speed: 36 knots (67 km/h, 41 mph) Range: 5,530 neutical miles (10,240 km/h / 6,360 mi) at 15 knots (28 km/h / 17 mph) Complement: 137 (peacetime), 146 (wartime) Sensors and processing systems: ASDIC Armament:2 x 120 mm guns6 × 20mm FLAK guns4 x 533 mm Hedgehog torpedo launchers2 × depth charges launchers 4 × depth charges throwers ORP Piorun was an N-class destroyer used by the Polish Navy during the WWII. Main informations: Name: ORP Piorun Namesake: ThunderboltOrdered: 15 April 1939 Builder: John Brown & Company, Clydebank Laid down: 26 July 1939 Launched: 7 May 1940 as HMS Nerissa Acquired: 5 October 1940 from British Royal Navy Commissioned: 4 November 1940 Fate: 28 September 1946 - returned to Royal Navy General characteristics:Class & type: N-class destroyer Displacement: 1,773 t – standard, 2384 t - full Length: 109 m (351 ft, 6 in) Beam: 11 m (36 ft) Draught: 3,5 m (11, 5 in) Installed power: 53,641 shp (40,000kW)Propulsion: 2 Parsons geared steam turbines, 2 shafts, 2 Admiralty steam boilers Speed: 36 knots (67 km/h, 41 mph) Range: 5,700 neutical miles at 15 knots or 3200 neutical miles at 20 knots. Complement: 183 (peacetime), 200 (wartime) Armament:6 x 120 mm Mk XII (3xII) guns1 × 102 mm QF Mk V gun4 x 40 mm FLAK (1xIV)5 × 533 mm depth charges launchers 2 × depth charges throwers ORP Kujawiak was a British Hunt-class destroyer escort, formerly named the HMS Oakley. Kujawiak was built by Vickers-Armstrongs at the company's High Walker yard on the River Tyne. Her keel was laid down on 22 November 1939 and she was launched on 30 October 1940. Originally commissioned into the Royal Navy, she was renamed and commissioned into the Polish Navy in June 1941. Kujawiak was sunk on 16 June 1942 after running into a mine near Malta while participating in Operation Harpoon. 13 Polish sailors died and 20 were wounded. Main informations: Name: ORP KujawiakBuilder: Vickers-Armstrong, High Walker, Tyne Laid down: 22 November 1939 Launched: 30 October 1940 as HMS Oakley Commissioned: 17 June 1941 Fate: sunk by mine on 16 June 1942, near Malta General characteristics:Class & type: Hunt Type II Displacement: 1,050 t – standard, 1490 t - full Length: 85 m (278 ft, 9 in) Beam: 9.5 m (32 ft, 2 in) Draught: 2.4 m (7 ft, 9 in) Installed power: 19,000 shp (14,200 kW)Propulsion: 2 shaft steam turbines Speed: 27 knots (50 km/h, 31 mph) Range: 2,500 neutical miles at 20 knots (40 km/h) or 3700 neutical miles at 14 knots (26km/h). Complement: 160 Armament:6 x 120 mm guns (3 twin turrets)4 × 40 mm FLAK2 to 4 x 20 mm FLAK 6 × depth charges throwers ORP Krakowiak (L115) was a British Hunt II-class destroyer escort, used by the Polish Navy during World War II. Initially built for the Royal Navy, it bore the name of HMS Silverton during British use. Main informations: Name: ORP KrakowiakBuilder: J.S. White & Co., Cowes Laid down: 22 November 1939 Launched: 5 December 1939 as HMS Silverton Commissioned: 28 May 1941 Decommissioned: 28 september1946 Fate: returned to Royal Navy General characteristics:Class & type: Hunt Type II class destroyer Displacement: 1,050 t – standard, 1490 t - full Length: 85 m (278 ft, 9 in) Beam: 9.5 m (32 ft, 2 in) Draught: 2.4 m (7 ft, 9 in) Installed power: 19,000 shp (14,200 kW)Propulsion: 2 shaft steam turbines Speed: 27 knots (50 km/h, 31 mph) Range: 2,500 neutical miles at 20 knots (40 km/h) or 3700 neutical miles at 14 knots (26km/h). Complement: 160 Armament:6 × 102 mm (4.0 in) universal Mk XVI guns4 × 40 mm (1.6 in) Pom-Pom AAcannons4 × Oerlikon 20 mm (0.79 in) AA cannons2 × Lewis machine guns2 × depth charge launchers2 × Thornycroft depth charge mortars110 x depth charges ...
  5. As many of you already know, Polish navy will be introduced in the game with Grom class destroyer, Blyskawica. I done some research and in the video below you can see all that is known so far about the ship in game, and a historical facts about the ship. I hope that the video is useful to all of you interested in Blyskawica. Torpedoes 8 km range at 57 kt speed Max damage with Torpedo = 14400 dmg 70 sec reloading time for torpedoes I do not claim that these are exact stats but this is what I could find.
  6. I vaguely remember this from alt_naval's old site but can't find anything on the details except that it might have been based on the Goteborg class used by Sweden's own navy. Anybody know anything else? Maybe even alt_naval's pic?
  7. K4N1BAL

    ORP ORZEŁ(1939)

    ORP ORZEŁ ORP ORZEŁ : Submarine from Polish Orzeł-type. Built in dutch shipyard - ''De Schelde''. with the proceeds from part by contributions from the society,intended at the Fundusz Obrony Morskiej. The construction of these warships was developed with the participation of specialists Polish Navy. According to the specifications of the contract, Orzeł must to have the opportunity to dip to a depth of 80 meters, but during testing reached a depth of 100 meters. Orzeł served in the Dywizjon Okrętów Podwodnych (Submarine Division). History: Orzeł participated in 1939 Defensive War: September 2nd: Polish command intended to use "Orzeł" for action against the battleship "Schleswig-Holstein". However, the opportunity to attack arose not out, "Schleswig-Holstein" not left the port channel. September 3rd: diagnosed two German chasers, and about 22 hours "Wilk" silhouette - two ships (Orzeł and Wilk) came together and established voice communication. September 4th: "Orzeł" took course in the vicinity of Hel. At 8.00 am the commander decided to leave the bay, where, he thought, was exposed to air strikes, and decided to go north. Approximately 3.05 PM, Orzeł going to periscope depth, and was spotted and bombed by enemy aircraft. As a result, numerous throw depth charges, one of which came very close to the submerged ship, affected the morale of the entire staff, and above all, the commander. Kłoczkowski took arbitrary decision to leave their sector and inland far north in the area of Gotland, without informing the Fleet Command. September 5: In the evening from Hel was given radiograph for all submarines, demanding change sectors. As it turned out, "Orzeł" is not only overtook the decision commander of the fleet, but went much further north from the designated sector. September 8: Commander Henryk Kłoczkowski started to complain about an undiagnosed illness, which was impossible for him to command the ship, and do not accept any food except tea. Even though the disease Kłoczkowski is not transmitted Command deputy to Captain Grudziński. In addition, damage after the bombing of the ship, the crew without outside help was not able to fix it. September 10: has been given from the ship commanders report about the disease. As a result, further exchange of orders and reports commander got a choice: either to leave his ship in a neutral port, or get up at night to Hel for change commander. Kłoczkowski decided to wrap the relatively distant Tallinn, capital of Estonia, although the instructions Fleet Command had taken into account the possibility of wrapping Polish submarines only to the ports of Sweden and Finland. Escape from Tallinn: The crew of Orzeł conspired together to carry out a daring escape. Around midnight on 18 September, the submarine's Estonian guards were overpowered, the mooring lines were cut, and Orzeł got under way. The alarm was raised, and her conning tower was peppered by machine-gun fire. Running half-submerged, Orzeł ran aground on a bar at the harbour mouth, where artillery fire damaged her wireless equipment. Grudzinski managed to get the boat off the bar by blowing her tanks, and she proceeded out of the Gulf of Finland, intending to sail for a British port, the crew having heard a radio report that the Polish submarine Wilk had been welcomed in Britain. Orzel's crew decided to head to Tallinn, Estonia as a result of an unidentified illness from which their captain, Lieutenant-Commander Henryk Kłoczkowski, had been suffering since September 8. ORP Orzeł reached Tallinn on 14 September 1939 and on 15 September the captain was forced to leave the submarine to undergo hospital treatment. Under the Hague Convention of 1907, section XIII, Article 12, "belligerent ships" could enter a neutral port but were forbidden from remaining there for "more than twenty-four hours." At the insistence of Germany, the Estonian military authorities boarded the ship, interned the crew, confiscated all the navigation aids and maps, and commenced removing all her armaments. However, only fifteen of her twenty torpedoes were removed before the hoist cable parted; this was because it had been secretly sabotaged by her new commander, former chief officer, Lieutenant Jan Grudzinski. The crew of Orzeł conspired together to carry out a daring escape. Around midnight on 18 September, the submarine's Estonian guards were overpowered, the mooring lines were cut, and Orzeł got under way. The alarm was raised, and her conning tower was peppered by machine-gun fire. Running half-submerged, Orzeł ran aground on a bar at the harbour mouth, where artillery fire damaged her wireless equipment. Grudzinski managed to get the boat off the bar by blowing her tanks, and she proceeded out of the Gulf of Finland, intending to sail for a British port, the crew having heard a radio report that the Polish submarine Wilk had been welcomed in Britain. Orzel escaped from Tallinn with two Estonian guards on board as hostages. The Estonian and German press covering the Orzeł incident declared the two captured guards missing at sea. Grudzinski set them ashore in Sweden, providing them with clothing, money, and food for their safe return to homeland. The Polish crew believed that those returning from the underworld "deserve to travel first class only". The escape of the submarine Orzeł was used by the Soviet Union and Germany to challenge Estonian neutrality. Provocation of the USSR Escape "Orzeł" from Tallinn provoked a violent reaction of the USSR. Efforts have been diplomatic, accusing Poland of Estonians to encourage and to facilitate the escape of the ship. Then it was announced that an unidentified submarine on September 27, torpedoed and sank the Soviet ship "Metallist", resulting in the killing 5 crew members. And on Sept. 28 was to take place again, a failed attack on the ship "Pioneer". As a result of these attacks, the Soviet Union decided that Estonia is not enough on its own to protect its territorial waters and led to Estonia own fleet. The incident of the "Orzeł ​" was one of the pretexts to take Estonia. Service alongside the British: After a refit, Orzeł was assigned to the Royal Navy's 2nd Submarine Flotilla, and was assigned to patrol missions. Shortly after noon on 8 April 1940 she sank the 5,261 ton clandestine German troop transport Rio de Janeiro off the small harbour village of Lillesand in southern Norway, killing hundreds of German troops intended for the invasion of Norway. Rio de Janeiro was heading to Bergen in order to take part in the initial landings of Operation Weserübung - the invasion of Norway and opening move of the Norwegian Campaign. Two days later Orzeł fired torpedo at a German minesweeper; however, she was forced to dive before the sinking of the German ship could be confirmed. Mystery Loss: May 23, 1940: at 11 pm "Orzeł " came out on another patrol the North Sea. However, little information is available about the activities of the ship at the time of the trip. Directed to the area west from the mouth of the Skagerrak - somewhere between the east coast of Scotland and the south coast of Norway ( closer to the latter ) - " Orzeł " probably was in his patrol designated sectors May 25. About the fate of the ship , nothing is known . On 1 June at 15.06 the radio base gave orders ship crossing after sunset to an adjacent sector . 2 June at 10.02, was given the order in which the " Orzeł " was assigned from June 4 new patrol area . It was close to the outlet of the Skagerrak to the North Sea , in a straight line 120 nautical miles south of the Norwegian port of Egersund and 70 miles west of the coast of Denmark , at the height of Aalborg . The next day at 16.03 has been given from the base of Rosyth next order for " Orzeł " , recommended on June 6 at 22.00 complete patrol and take a course back to base. The term coming to Rosyth scheduled for June 8 in the morning. She , however, did not appear at the appointed time , nor gave the signal delay caused explanatory . On this day at 12.12 noon from Rosyth was given another command to inquire about the current position of the " Orzeł " . This order , however, remained , like all previous ones, without answers General Characteristic: Displacement: 1,110, surfaced 1,473, submerged Length: 84.00 m (275 ft 7 in) Beam: 6.7 m (22 ft 0 in) Draft: 4.17 m (13 ft 8 in) Speed: 19.4 knots (35.9 km/h; 22.3 mph), surfaced 9.0 knots (17 km/h/10 mph), submerged Complement: 60 Armament: 1 × Bofors wz.25 105 mm (4.1 in) gun 1 × double Bofors wz.36 40 mm (1.6 in) AA gun 1 × Hotchkiss 13.2 mm (0.52 in)HMG 12 × 533 mm (21.0 in) / 550 mm (22 in) torpedo launchers (4 aft, 4 rudder, 4 waist) 20 torpedoes
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