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hello, Eva,Indeed.The first task would be to identify "Kiel Naval Dockyards". IMO there's hardly an alternative to assume that it means "Marinearsenal Kiel".The normal rank of its commading officer was Captain (Kapitän zur See), not Rear Admiral.But there were several men holding this job during the period you mentioned.- 1922 von Haxthausen (promoted to Rear Admiral in 1922)- 1927 Mahrholz- 1929 Herrmann- 1930 BrandesRegrettably, I do not have information for the years in between.greetings, Urs
Hallo,Marinearsenal KielArsenalkommandanten:09.1919-03.1920 FKapt./Kz.S. Mönch, Walter03.1920-06.1920 unbesetzt06.1920-03.1923 K.z.S./KAdm. v.Haxthausen,Wilhelm03.1923-09.1925 FKapt./K.z.S. Albrecht,Conrad09.1925-02.1928 K.z.S. Mahrholz, Erich03.1928-12.1929 K.z.S. Hermann, Willy11.1929-03.1932 K.z.S. Brandes, Iwan03.1932-09.1934 K.z.S. Wehr, OskarGrüße Joern
Also were there any Schlueter's in this position?
Also would Kapitan's have access to Naval High Command in Berlin?
Hi,the largest part of the "Kiel Naval/Imperial Dockyard" had been switched over to Deutsche Werke Kiel AG. Stock exchange company in full state hands.Beside the Board of Supervisors for around 1925 I can find a group of 3 CEO's/Directors, Hansen, Serno, Toussaint.On the other hand later the former private Howaldtswerke Kiel yard for a very short time formed Kiel Naval Yard. The only Kiel Yard that had a direct connection to Hamburg facility of same name.For the mid 20's a "Director Oskar Schlitter, Berlin" is mentioned as member of the board. Only name that comes close to Schlueter. Kind regardsMarkus
Hello EVA!I took a look in the "Jahrbuch der Schiffbautechnischen Gesellschaft" and found Mr. Fr. SCHLUETER, a former Marine-Bauinspektor resp. Marine-Baurat, as a member of this association since 1899, who was mentioned the last time in the yearbook of 1941. Unfortunately he was mostly living in Berlin, but I havn´t checked all books.Greetings