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Frieden (ex- Hindenburg)

Above : Hindenburg in an official photograph from the archive of the  Köln-Düsseldorfer Deutsche Rheinschiffahrt AG       
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Built by Gebruder Sachsenberg at Cologne-Deutz in 1916  (hull number 764) 
Length : 77.8 metres 
Displacement : 399 tonnes
Engines : Compound diagonal by Sachsenberg at Rosslau

Relatively unscathed during the war and renovated for service in 1946 under the name Frieden
Converted to oil burning in 1957
Modernised in 1968 with a new funnel and given an open foredeck on the upper deck
Destroyed by fire on 29th October 1968 in the Rheinauhafen at Cologne

Above : As built. Courtesy of Markus Graf

Above : Post card view at Koblenz as Frieden. From the collection of Markus Graf  with kind permission

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