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Admiral HipperDie Admiral-Hipper-Klasse war eine Klasse von fünf Schweren Kreuzern der deutschen Kriegsmarine, von denen nur drei fertiggestellt wurden. Das vierte Schiff mit dem Taufnamen Seydlitz sollte zum Flugzeugträger umgebaut werden, wurde jedoch nicht. "Die schweren Kreutzer der Admiral Hipper-Klasse - Admiral Hipper," von Koop Gerhard / Schmolke jetzt gebraucht bestellen ✓ Preisvergleich ✓ Käuferschutz. Die Admiral-Hipper-Klasse war eine Klasse von fünf Schweren Kreuzern der deutschen Kriegsmarine, von denen nur drei fertiggestellt wurden. Das vierte Schiff.
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By March, the ship was again fully operational. Several British submarines were patrolling the area, but failed to intercept the German flotilla.
Admiral Hipper and her escorts reached their destination on 21 March. Swedish intelligence had meanwhile reported the German departures to the British Admiralty , which ordered the convoy to disperse.
Aware that they had been detected, the Germans aborted the operation and turned over the attack to U-boats and the Luftwaffe. The scattered vessels could no longer be protected by the convoy escorts, and the Germans sank 21 of the 34 isolated transports.
The British submarine Tigris unsuccessfully attempted to torpedo Admiral Hipper on 10 September, while the ship was patrolling with Admiral Scheer and the light cruiser Köln.
After her return to port, Admiral Hipper was transferred to Bogen Bay near Narvik for repairs to her propulsion system.
Vizeadmiral Oskar Kummetz commanded the squadron from Admiral Hipper. Kummetz dispatched the destroyer Z27 to sink the two Soviet ships.
In December , convoy traffic to the Soviet Union resumed. Raeder ordered the forces assigned to Operation Regenbogen into action.
Kummetz's plan was to divide his force in half; he would take Admiral Hipper and three destroyers north of the convoy to attack it and draw away the escorts.
Lützow and the remaining three destroyers would then attack the undefended convoy from the south. At on the 31st, the British destroyer Obdurate spotted the three destroyers screening for Admiral Hipper ; the Germans opened fire first.
Four of the other five destroyers escorting the convoy rushed to join the fight, while Achates laid a smoke screen to cover the convoy. Kummetz then turned back north to draw the destroyers away.
Captain Robert Sherbrooke , the British escort commander, left two destroyers to cover the convoy while he took the remaining four to pursue Admiral Hipper.
Rear Admiral Robert Burnett 's Force R, centered on the cruisers Sheffield and Jamaica , standing by in distant support of the Allied convoy,  raced to the scene.
The cruisers engaged Admiral Hipper , which had been firing to port at the destroyer Obedient. Burnett's ships approached from Admiral Hipper ' s starboard side and achieved complete surprise.
The other two hits started a fire in her aircraft hangar. She fired a single salvo at the cruisers before turning toward them, her escorting destroyers screening her with smoke.
After emerging from the smoke screen, Hipper was again engaged by Burnett's cruisers. Da man sich bei dem Entwurf ohnehin bereits stark an der Prinz Eugen orientiert hatte, wurden die Seydlitz am Die leichte Flak umfasste zwölf 3,7-cm-Geschütze in ebenfalls dreiachsig stabilisierten Doppellafetten sowie acht 2-cm-Geschütze in handgerichteten Einzellafette.
Des Weiteren kamen zwölf Torpedorohre in vier Drillingssätzen zum Einbau, zehn weitere Torpedos wurden in Reserve bereitgehalten.
Für drei Bordflugzeuge gab es entsprechende Flugeinrichtungen, also Katapulte, Krananlagen und eine Flugzeughalle bei Blücher und Admiral Hipper für ein Flugzeug, ansonsten für zwei Flugzeuge — ein Flugzeug befand sich generell permanent in Bereitschaft auf dem Katapult.
Vorausberechnet wurde bei 19 kn Marschgeschwindigkeit eine Reichweite von 7. Generell machten Störungen an den empfindlichen Kesseln und die Beengtheit der Maschinenräume bei Havarien der Mannschaft oft sehr zu schaffen.
Rear Admiral Otto Feige was placed in command of the operation. At the time the ship arrived in Leningrad, only the two forward gun turrets had been installed and the bridge superstructure was incomplete.
The only secondary guns installed were the 3. The vessel's design provided the basis for a planned heavy cruiser, designated Projekt 82 , although this ship was canceled before work began.
Language barriers and inexperience with international training missions also hampered the training effort. Sea trials for Petropavlovsk were scheduled to begin some time in late , and according to the training program, the Soviet crew would not begin training until a month before the trials.
German instructors would also be sent to Leningrad to train engine-room personnel. At the time of the commissioning of Petropavlovsk , the relevant German training and technical manuals would be sent to the Soviet Navy, albeit in German only.
She was nevertheless used as a floating battery in the defense of Leningrad in August of that year. Several other ships, including the cruiser Maxim Gorky , joined Petropavlovsk in shelling the advancing Germans.
On 4 April , the I Fliegerkorps launched a major attack on the Soviet naval forces in Leningrad: 62 Ju 87s , 33 Ju 88s , and 37 He s struck the ships in the harbor.
Petropavlovsk was hit once credited by Hans-Ulrich Rudel , suffering serious damage,  and sunk. Juni standen die Schiffe auf der Höhe von Harstad.
Dort trafen sie auf den Rückzug der britischen Truppen aus Nordnorwegen. Danach trennte sich der deutsche Verband. Die Admiral Hipper lief mit den Zerstörern nach Trondheim.
Schon am Juni sollte die Admiral Hipper mit der Gneisenau wieder auslaufen, um die britischen Rückzugsbewegungen zu stören.
Diesmal führte Vizeadmiral Günther Lütjens den Verband. Beide Schiffe kehrten daraufhin nach Trondheim zurück.
August konnte ein finnischer Frachter als Prise aufgebracht werden. In den nächsten Tagen operierte der Kreuzer erfolglos in der Barentssee.
Nach einer Brennstoffübernahme vom Tanker Dithmarschen ging es zurück nach Wilhelmshaven, wo das Schiff am August in die Werft ging.
November konnte es wieder auslaufen. Wider Erwarten war der Geleitzug durch einen Flugzeugträger , einen Schweren und zwei Leichte Kreuzer stark gesichert.
Nachdem technische Störungen aufgetreten waren und als der britische Geleitschutz die Admiral Hipper in die Zange nehmen wollte, lief sie schleunigst ab.
Seydlitz and Lützow were both built by the Deutsche Schiff- und Maschinenbau shipyard in Bremen ; Seydlitz was ordered as "K", under construction number , and Lützow was ordered as "L" under construction number The ships were launched on 19 January and 1 July , respectively.
In February , Admiral Hipper sortied again, sinking several merchant vessels before eventually returning to Germany via the Denmark Strait.
Enraged by the defeat at the battle, Adolf Hitler ordered the majority of the surface warships scrapped , though Admiral Karl Dönitz was able to convince Hitler to retain the surface fleet.
As a result, Admiral Hipper was returned to Germany and decommissioned for repairs. The ship was never restored to operational status, however, and on 3 May , Royal Air Force bombers severely damaged Admiral Hipper while she was in Kiel.
Her crew scuttled the ship at her moorings, and in July , she was raised and towed to Heikendorfer Bay. She was ultimately broken up for scrap in —; her bell resides in the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.
Following her commissioning in November , Blücher conducted a series of sea trials and training exercises in the Baltic, which lasted until March Assigned to Group 5 during the invasion of Norway in April , the ship served as Konteradmiral Oskar Kummetz 's flagship.
The ship led the flotilla of warships into the Oslofjord on the night of 8 April, to seize Oslo , the capital of Norway. A major fire broke out aboard Blücher , which could not be contained.
After a magazine explosion, the ship slowly capsized and sank, with major loss of life. The wreck remains on the bottom of the Oslofjord;  several salvage attempts were considered after , but none were carried out.
At the time the divers removed the oil, they also recovered one of her Ar floatplanes, which is preserved in Stavanger. Prinz Eugen saw extensive action during Operation Rheinübung , an attempted breakout into the Atlantic Ocean with the battleship Bismarck in May The two ships engaged the British battlecruiser Hood and battleship Prince of Wales in the Battle of Denmark Strait , during which Hood was destroyed and Prince of Wales was severely damaged.
Prinz Eugen was detached from Bismarck during the operation to raid Allied merchant shipping, but this was cut short due to engine troubles.
The torpedo severely damaged the ship's stern, which necessitated repairs in Germany. Upon returning to active service, the ship spent several months training new officer cadets in the Baltic before serving as artillery support to the retreating German Army on the Eastern Front.
After surviving both atomic blasts, Prinz Eugen was towed to Kwajalein Atoll where she ultimately capsized and sank in December The unfinished ship remained inactive until March , when the Kriegsmarine decided to pursue aircraft carriers over surface combatants.
Seydlitz was among the vessels chosen for conversion into auxiliary aircraft carriers. As a carrier, the ship was to have had a complement of ten Bf fighters and ten Ju 87 dive-bombers.