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Depth, keel to flight-deck was 75 ft. and 32mm on overhead deck apparently & 39;box& 39; system . aboard the Goeben, or Yavuz Sultan Selim, as she was.
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SMS Goeben was the second of two Moltke-class battlecruisers of the Imperial German Navy, launched in 9 and named after the German Franco-Prussian War
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The author thanks Robert von Goeben of Green Toys Inc. for providing more, California to print and die cut boxes, which are then.
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Cunningham was in command of the destroyer Scorpion and present when Rear Admiral Troubridge refused action with the battle cruiser Goeben in August 9 4. He
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Nov 5, 20 4 From 5-9 November 9 4, Rear-Admiral Ernest Charles Troubridge stood trial for not pursuing His Imperial German Majesty& 39;s ship & 39;Goeben& 39;
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