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  1. You like to rule the sea? Join us! You like to play clanbattles and you have no crew to do so? Join us! You like to get gud? Join us! You like to have some decent m8s for random divisions? Join us! You like to benefit from clanbase bonuses? Join us! You like to expand your Discord server list? Join us! As for now all new recruits will be inspected and drilled individualy. Safe sailings and may always be a hand's width of water under your keel. PM me
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    On this day in history, in the evening hours, a fatal order was given to scatter the arctic convoy PQ 17. While the feared sortie of battleship Tirpitz did not happen, submarines and aircrafts sunk 24 of 35 convoy ships. Three merchant ships were protected thanks to quick thinking of commander of one of smaller escort ships:
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    Battle of the Gulf of Riga

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    The Battle of the Gulf of Riga was one of the larger operations in the Baltic during WWI. Aiming to secure the Gulf and destroy the Russian units located there, it did lead to several encounters, however the goals were thwarted by strong resistance and minefields.
  4. On this day in 1915, the Royal Navy finally managed to severely damage the stranded SMS Königsberg after deploying monitors to the treacherous waters of the Rufiji Delta. The raider, gaining fame among other things by sinking British cruiser HMS Pegasus, was abandoned by crew and scuttled by a torpedo, her guns taken ashore and used as field artillery by German army in Africa.
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    Pursuit of Goeben and Breslau

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    As the beginning of World War I caught the German battlecruiser Goeben and light cruiser Breslau far from friendly ports, their commander Konteradmiral Wilhelm Souchon was supposed to attack French troop convoys in the Mediterranean. After carrying out a bombardment of North African ports, his ships were ordered to seek shelter in Turkey. While theoretically outgunned by the British fleet, admiral Souchon managed to avoid pursuit by a series of risky maneuvers and reached the safety of Dardanelles on August 10th, 1914. Based on the agreement between Germany and the Ottoman Empire, both ships were transfered to the Turkish Navy - along with their German crews and admiral Souchon was appointed Commander-in-Chief of the ottoman Navy on September 23rd, bringing the Ottoman Empire to war by his Black Sea raid against Russian targets on October 29th. British ships shadowing the Goeben and Breslau before the beginning of hostilities.
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    Attack on the Convoy Faith

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    In a relatively rare event, a fast troopship convoy was intercepted in the Atlantic by long range FW-200 bombers and both troopships were sunk. Subsequent attack on the next day damaged the last surviving ship of the convoy transporting survivors to Casablanca, but the attacking planes were chased away eventually in an unusual aerial duel by Catalina patrol planes. While loss of life was not as serious as it could have been, the sinking of troopships caused a significant delay in building and deployment of a West African division to Burma.
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    Tondern raid

    This day in 1918 marked the very first aircraft carrier raid - a seven-plane attack on airship hangar in Tondern (today Tønder, Denmark). While the strike group lost all planes and one man and damage amounted only to two airships destroyed, this raid sparked plans for a torpedo plane raid on the German Hochseeflotte and was revived during WWII for the raid on Italian fleet at Taranto.
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    Scuttling of Admiral Graf Spee

    Submitted by @Salentine 17 December 1939 - On this in history The Admiral Graf Spee was scuttled in the River Plate estuary to prevent the ship from falling into enemy hands as an aftermath of the Battle of Rio de la Plata.
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    Battle of Åland Islands

    On July 2, 1915, a Russian cruiser squadron (including Oleg, Bogatyr and Novik) sent for a bombardment mission clashed in a series of running fights with German minelaying squadron off the Swedish territorial waters. Outgunned and dispersed, the German squadron split, with the minelaying cruiser SMS Albatross running aground in the Swedish waters - as such she was the only loss of the battle, as Sweden interned her until the end of the war. Grounded SMS Albatross.
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