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"[16] The Oberkommando der Marine (OKM—Naval High Command) was not concerned about the security risk posed by Gotland, though Lütjens believed operational security had been lost. [80][81] The guns from turret Anton were removed while in Philadelphia in February. The torpedo severely damaged the ship's stern, which necessitated repairs in Germany. Look forward to your future post on this subject ... Prinz Eugen wreck site? [30] At 05:45, lookouts on the German ships spotted smoke on the horizon; these turned out to be from Hood and Prince of Wales, under the command of Vice Admiral Lancelot Holland. On 11 and 12 October, she fired in support of German troops in Memel. Page of the Azur Lane version of Prinz Eugen. It is capsized. [73] Prinz Eugen then departed Swinemünde for Copenhagen,[67] arriving on 20 April. [10], Commissioning was delayed slightly due to light damage sustained during a Royal Air Force attack on Kiel on the night of 1 July 1940. Other than that, they did not bother with anything else. Commissioned on August 1, 1940 into the Kriegsmarine (German Navy) as Prinz Eugen. Maybe after 270,000 years. They entered the Channel an hour later; the three ships sped at 27 knots (50 km/h; 31 mph), hugging the French coast along the voyage. The ship was launched on 22 Augus… [54] The torpedo boats were led by Kapitän zur See Erich Bey, aboard the destroyer Z29. After it became apparent that it would be impossible to move the ship to Norway, Prinz Eugen was assigned to the Fleet Training Squadron. Once there, she was decommissioned on 7 May and turned over to Royal Navy control the following day. For nine months, she cruised the Baltic training cadets. [11] In April, the ship joined the newly commissioned battleship Bismarck for maneuvers in the Baltic. [84] In August 1979, one of the ship's screw propellers was retrieved and placed in the Laboe Naval Memorial in Germany. [9] As built, the ship had a straight stem, though after her launch this was replaced with a clipper bow. On the mid's of the war she was lucky to survive a blow from torpedo of a British submarine in the Norwegian waters. Under the command of Kapitän zur See (KzS—Captain at Sea) Helmuth Brinkmann, the ship steamed to Gotenhafen, where the crew readied her for her Atlantic sortie. [72] For his leadership of Prinz Eugen in the final year of the war, Reinicke was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross on 21 April 1945. The concussion from the 38 cm guns disabled Bismarck's FuMo 23 radar set; this prompted Lütjens to order Prinz Eugen to take station ahead so she could use her functioning radar to scout for the formation. By [35] After only eight minutes of firing, Hood had disappeared, taking all but three of her crew of 1,419 men with her. "Prinz Eugen, der edle Ritter" (Prince Eugene, the Noble Knight) is an Austrian-German folksong about the victory of Prince Eugene of Savoy in 1717 during the Austro-Turkish War of 1716–1718. In July 1946, the United States of … However, Admiral John Tovey had … Refloating the Prinz Eugan is like grabbing an irradiated piece of rescue/construction equipment from Chernobyl and driving it around your town. After putting into occupied France and undergoing repairs, the ship participated in Operation Cerberus, a daring daylight dash through the English Channel back to Germany. Prinz Eugen was powered by three sets of geared steam turbines, which were supplied with steam by twelve ultra-high pressure oil-fired boilers. Sailors scrubbing down the German cruiser Prinz Eugen with brushes, water, soap, and lye. Her keel was laid on 23 April 1936, under construction number 564 and cover name Kreuzer J. German aircraft arrived later to jam British radar with chaff. On 13 December, Prinz Eugen was awarded as a war prize to the United States, which sent the ship to Wesermünde. The heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen entered service in 1940. [38] After the end of the engagement, Lütjens reported that a "Battlecruiser, probably Hood, sunk. Basic characteristics. DaintyFoal1981_xbl, December 28, 2020 in Misc, Hello to anyone who is reading this and is interested in our project! [87] On 29 August 1946, the US Navy decommissioned Prinz Eugen. Meanwhile, the Bismarck operation had demonstrated the risks of operating in the Atlantic without air cover. Here she is being helped through the Gatun locks in Panama by the helper railcar. Liaison officers were present on all three ships. In addition, Hitler saw the Norwegian theater as the "zone of destiny", so he ordered the three ships' return to Germany in early 1942 so they could be deployed there. Prinz Eugen was ordered by the Kriegsmarine from the Germaniawerft shipyard in Kiel. She was at Denmark Straight, sure, but did little else all war long except almost sink the Leipzig by ramming her. 846. Prinz Eugen was at this time under the command of KzS Hans-Jürgen Reinicke; throughout June she steamed in the eastern Baltic, northwest of the island of Utö as a show of force during the German withdrawal from Finland. [64] Sea trials commenced on 14 November. Prinz Eugen was then assigned to defend Norwegian waters, along with battlecruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau. By this time, Bismarck had found the range to Hood, so Lütjens ordered Prinz Eugen to shift fire and target Prince of Wales to keep both of his opponents under fire. [49] The Royal Air Force jokingly referred to the three ships as the Brest Bomb Target Flotilla, and between 1 August and 31 December 1941 it dropped some 1200 tons of bombs on the port. In February 1942, … The ship also carried a pair of triple 53.3 cm (21.0 in) torpedo launchers abreast of the rear superstructure. For questions and allegations about radiation problems: The USS/KMS Prinz Eugen is non radioactive as of this time, some sections of the ship, mainly the deep parts of the hull may still be semi radioactive, but we will bring radiation detectors and make sure no one is hurt in the exploration of the interior, and if it still is radioactive inside, we will clean it out once it’s fully lifted. Actually the USS Prinz Eugen was the furthest vessel in the Baker shot target array and remained afloat five months after the nuclear blast, but was too radioactive to permit crews to repair hull leaks sustained in the blast and … On 19–20 August, the ship steamed into the Gulf of Riga and bombarded Tukums. Prinz Eugen will be the First Tier 8 premium ship to step into the Game. Shortly after 12:00, the flotilla reached Bergen and anchored at Grimstadfjord. [56] Vice Admiral Otto Ciliax was given command of the operation. 127 comments. 1 Character Synopsis 2 Character Statistics 3 Other Attributes 4 Gallery 5 Others Prinz Eugenis an admiral ship of The Ironblood. Now America Is Trying To Save Its Oil Before It's Too Late", "U.S. Navy divers recover oil from wrecked WWII ship Prinz Eugen", Shipwrecks and maritime incidents in 1946, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=German_cruiser_Prinz_Eugen&oldid=1003942585, Wikipedia articles with WorldCat-LCCN identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Surrendered 8 May 1945, transferred to US Navy, Design: 16,970 t (16,700 long tons; 18,710 short tons), This page was last edited on 31 January 2021, at 12:23. The length of 60, The British were unaware that the German ships had reversed positions while in the Denmark Strait. For plan B it’s more risky but to rebuild the ship from everything that’s fell apart or in disrepair and safe fully and slowly move the ship to the nearest drydock for repairs. [67] Prinz Eugen was taken to Gotenhafen, where repairs were effected within a month. It is showing that the radiation level after 1,000 days is lower on the deck of the PE than it is on the Geiger Counter right here at my desk. She was the third sister to Admiral Hipper, and was named after Prince Eugene of Savoy. At 06:00, Hood was completing her second turn to port when Bismarck's fifth salvo hit. [60] The torpedo struck the ship in the stern, killing fifty men, causing serious damage, and rendering the ship unmaneuverable. For the financial side and how we are going to go about this with money: We have a gofundme set up and our team is gaining money to support this project as well, if you would like to donate, please do it’s very much appreciated. Prinz Eugen received the benefit of experience in the construction and trials of her preceding sisters, and was completed with minor differences. save. The Prinz Eugen can be seen on the right side of the photo above. Nature has encapsulated the danger...   Don't mess with it. Posted by 4 months ago. The ships were commanded by Vizeadmiral Bernhard Rogge. [14], By 11 May 1941, repairs to Prinz Eugen had been completed. [84] The ship was towed to the Kwajalein Atoll in the central Pacific, where a small leak went unrepaired due to the radiation danger. A short period in dry dock for final modifications and improvements followed. https://gcaptain.com/u-s-navy-salvage-team-completes-oil-removal-from-former-german-cruiser-prinz-eugen/, Central Pennsylvania (not the Battleship). The Germans ceased fire as the range widened, though Captain Ernst Lindemann, Bismarck's commander, strongly advocated chasing Prince of Wales and destroying her. [58][59], Off Dover, Prinz Eugen came under fire from British coastal artillery batteries, though they scored no hits. The two ships destroyed the British battlecruiser Hood and moderately damaged the battleship Prince of Wales in the Battle of the Denmark Strait. Also present at the launch were Adolf Hitler, the Regent of Hungary, Admiral Miklós Horthy (who had commanded the battleship SMS Prinz Eugen from 24 November 1917 to 1 March 1918), and his wife Magdolna Purgly, who performed the christening. Everything else exposed to nuclear weapons from that time period are safe now. [82] The ship survived two atomic bomb blasts: Test Able, an air burst on 1 July 1946 and Test Baker, a submerged detonation on 25 July. For questions and allegations about radiation problems: The USS/KMS Prinz Eugen is non radioactive as of this time, some sections of the ship, mainly the deep parts of the hull may still be semi radioactive, but we will bring radiation detectors and make sure no one is hurt in the exploration of the interior, and if it still is radioactive inside, we will clean it out once it’s fully … [65], On 27 May 1945, Prinz Eugen and the light cruiser Nürnberg—the only major German naval vessels to survive the war in serviceable condition—were escorted by the British cruisers Dido and Devonshire to Wilhelmshaven. Having survived the atomic blasts, Prinz Eugen was towed to Kwajalein Atoll, where she ultimately capsized and sank in December 1946. They paint a very, very rosy picture..   Ah! [29], The British cruisers tracked Prinz Eugen and Bismarck through the night, continually relaying the location and bearing of the German ships. [74] During her operational career with the Kriegsmarine, Prinz Eugen lost 115 crew members; 79 men were killed in action, 33 were killed in accidents and three died of other causes. Prinz Eugen was detached from Bismarck during the operation to raid Allied merchant shipping, but this was cut short due to engine troubles. [23] By midnight, the force was in the open sea and headed toward the Arctic Ocean. She was supported in this operation by the destroyer Z25 and torpedo boat T33. [17] The report eventually made its way to Captain Henry Denham, the British naval attaché to Sweden, who transmitted the information to the Admiralty. For questions and allegations about radiation problems: The USS/KMS Prinz Eugen is non radioactive as of this time, some sections of the ship, mainly the deep parts of the hull may still be semi radioactive, but we will bring radiation detectors and make sure no one is hurt in the exploration of the interior, and if it still is radioactive inside, we will clean it out once it’s fully … The problem though was that everyone knew that Prinz Eugen was undamaged as her arrival in Denmark was well documented by the media. A composite American-German crew consisting of 574 German officers and sailors, supervised by eight American officers and eighty-five enlisted men under the command of Graubart,[77][78] then took the ship to Boston, departing on 13 January 1946 and arriving on 22 January. Raeder and Lütjens decided that it would be most beneficial to resume surface actions in the Atlantic as soon as possible, however, and that the two ships should sortie without reinforcement. [64], The cruiser was ready for action by mid-January 1945, when she was sent to bombard Soviet forces in Samland. The Germans encountered some ice at around 10:00, which necessitated a reduction in speed to 24 knots (44 km/h; 28 mph). Hipper boasts a faster main battery reload and improved maneuverability, while Prinz Eugen gains access to the Repair Party consumable, allowing her to gain a significant edge in survivability.. Other than reload speed, the main battery rifles are the same between each ship. Just for fun and giggles~ If the ship does break apart when the lifting is started here is plan A and B: Plan A is to salvage the remaining parts that are still either partially or fully intact and use them in the full rebuild in a drydock either in a US drydock or Australian, or for a far stretch china due to the size of drydocks in those countries. At 20:30, the heavy cruiser HMS Norfolk joined Suffolk, but approached the German raiders too closely. (I … 24 talking about this. [84] Prinz Eugen was moored about 1,200 yards (1,100 m) from the epicenter of both blasts and was only lightly damaged by them;[85] the Able blast only bent her foremast and broke the top of her main mast. I'm reading this graph with absolute disbelief. Within a few minutes, Prinz Eugen scored a pair of hits on the battleship and reported that a small fire had been started. If you want a German ship that actually mixed it up with enemy ships on multiple occassions, Admiral Hipper is the one to look at. By 06:30, they had passed Cherbourg, at which point they were joined by a flotilla of torpedo boats. [12], On 23 April, while passing through the Fehmarn Belt en route to Kiel,[13] Prinz Eugen detonated a magnetic mine dropped by British aircraft. Bikini Atoll is a Chernobyl sized clean-up effort. Prinz Eugen suffered two relatively light hits in the attack,[9] but she was not seriously damaged and was commissioned into service on 1 August. From 1944 onward, Prinz Eugen was assigned to the Baltic coast. In 1935, Germany signed the Anglo–German Naval Agreement with Great Britain, which provided a legal basis for German naval rearmament; the treaty specified that Germany would be able to build five 10,000-long-ton (10,000 t) "treaty cruisers". These guys are guessing the numbers since those readings on the right are 400% below background. Five months later, the ship was still too radioactive to permit repairs to a leak, and she sank in Kwajalein Lagoon. [33], Lütjens then ordered Prinz Eugen to drop behind Bismarck, so she could continue to monitor the location of Norfolk and Suffolk, which were still some 10 to 12 nmi (19 to 22 km; 12 to 14 mi) to the east. The ships were forced to zigzag to avoid ice floes. [87] The US government denied salvage rights on the grounds that it did not want the contaminated steel entering the market. [15] The Luftwaffe provided air cover during the voyage out of German waters. The ship then returned to Gotenhafen, before escorting a convoy of ships evacuating German soldiers from Finland. Laid down April 23, 1936. During these operations, she fired a total of 2,025 shells from her 20.3 cm guns and another 2,446 rounds from her 10.5 cm guns. [64] The convoy, consisting of six freighters, sailed on 15 September from the Gulf of Bothnia, with the entire Second Task Force escorting it. [17] Gotland transmitted a report to naval headquarters, stating: "Two large ships, three destroyers, five escort vessels, and 10–12 aircraft passed Marstrand, course 205°/20'. The hull has sprung several smaller oil leaks over the years. Along with the Bismarck she left port on 18th May 1941 but it was not until 21st May that British intelligence was informed that the ships were refuelling in Bergen Fjord in Norway.Afterwards the ships headed for the Denmark Straits in an attempt to avoid the Royal Navy based at Scapa Flow. The ship was laid down in April 1936, launched in August 1938, and entered service after the outbreak of war, in August 1940. [8] The cruiser spent the remainder of 1940 conducting sea trials in the Baltic Sea. [48] The screw problems could only be checked and repaired in a dock and thus Brest, with its large docks and repair facilities, was chosen as destination. On 18 May, Prinz Eugen rendezvoused with Bismarck off Cape Arkona. Lieutenant Commander Tim Emge, the officer responsible for the salvage operation, stated that "There are no longer active leaks...the remaining oil is enclosed in a few internal tanks without leakage and encased by layered protection. [34] The massive explosion broke the back of the ship between the main mast and the rear funnel; the forward section continued to move forward briefly before the in-rushing water caused the bow to rise into the air at a steep angle. This thread is archived. Close. The ship's top speed was 32 knots (59 km/h; 37 mph), at 135,619 shaft horsepower (101.131 MW). Despite the many British warships and several convoys in the area, at least 104 units were identified on the 29th by the ship's radio crew, Prinz Eugen reached the Bay of Biscay undiscovered, and on 1 June the ship was joined by German destroyers and aircraft off the coast of France south of Brest;[49] and escorted to Brest, which she reached late on 1 June where she immediately entered dock. Today, at the bottom of the ocean, the radiation levels of the Prinz Eugen are low enough for safe exploration. After confirming "broad streams of oil on both sides of [Bismarck's] wake",[41] Prinz Eugen returned to the forward position. The biggest problem is that it is a rusted hulk with likely very little structural integrity. In Misc, Hello to anyone who is reading this and is interested in project! 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