M1935 Minesweeper from the Left

M1935 Minesweeper from the Left
Here we see a German M1935 Minesweeper from the left, giving a good view of her blunt stern. Both of her 105mm guns can be seen in this shot. The viw of the bow gun shows the open back of the shield.
Hitler's Forgotten Flotillas - Kriegsmarine Security Forces, Lawrence Paterson. Looks at the role played by smaller warships in the German war effort, covering minesweepers, patrol ships, mine layers, submarine hunters and fleet escort ships - the ships that fell between the fast 'E-boats' and larger destroyers and above.  Combines good background information with a clear narrative framework of their activities and a good selection of accounts of individual engagements [read full review]
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How to cite this article: Rickard, J (30 December 2018), M1935 Minesweeper from the Left , http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_M1935_minesweeper_left.html

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