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NARA Abfrage Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
« am: 06 Februar 2012, 09:12:40 »
ich wollte mal Fragen, ob es weitere Interessenten zwecks Beschaffung folgenden USNTME Reports gibt

Technical Report Number 224-45 Latest German Battleships put into Service - Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
das Teil wird 135 USD kosten ggf zzgl Steuern

Meine Herren, es kann ein siebenjähriger, es kann ein dreißigjähriger Krieg werden – und wehe dem, der zuerst die Lunte in das Pulverfaß schleudert!
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Re: NARA Abfrage Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
« Antwort #1 am: 06 Februar 2012, 10:00:52 »
ich wollte mal Fragen, ob es weitere Interessenten zwecks Beschaffung folgenden USNTME Reports gibt

Technical Report Number 224-45 Latest German Battleships put into Service - Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
das Teil wird 135 USD kosten ggf zzgl Steuern



Hallo Thoddy,

wieviel Seiten hat das Teil denn?

Grüße

Andreas
Nicht länger als sieben Atemzüge soll es dauern,
bis man eine Entscheidung getroffen hat.
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Re: NARA Abfrage Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
« Antwort #2 am: 06 Februar 2012, 10:33:59 »
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Meine Herren, es kann ein siebenjähriger, es kann ein dreißigjähriger Krieg werden – und wehe dem, der zuerst die Lunte in das Pulverfaß schleudert!
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Re: NARA Abfrage Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
« Antwort #3 am: 06 Februar 2012, 10:39:03 »
unbekannte Pralinenschachtel

Thoddy,

hast ne E-mail.

Grüße

Andreas
Nicht länger als sieben Atemzüge soll es dauern,
bis man eine Entscheidung getroffen hat.
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Re: NARA Abfrage Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
« Antwort #4 am: 07 Februar 2012, 20:16:08 »
Hallo Thoddy,

habe hier noch etwas in meinen Unterlagen gefunden, ist vielleicht auch für den ein oder anderen interessant.
Hier sind auch Sachen für Schlachtschiff "H" und Schlachtschiff "O".

Grüße
Andreas


Record Group 19

German Battleship Plans, 1937-45, Seized by the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Europe



The records consist of 63 ships’ plans and documents (excluding duplicate copies) of German Navy battleships built or under contract during the World War II period.  All but one of these items were prepared by German naval or commercial shipyard authorities during the period 1937-43; one was prepared in June 1945 at the obvious request of U.S. Navy authorities.  Many of the plans include pencil annotations that could only have been added by U.S. Navy authorities after the war.

These materials were likely seized by the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Europe in June-July 1945 and subsequently transferred for exploitation to the United States. Within RG 19, the General Correspondence Files, 1940-45, contain similar records relating to German naval vessels’ features and specific references to records seized relating to German battleships.

The series includes nine plans or drawings for the German battleship Bismarck, which was sunk in an epic naval campaign in May 1941. Twenty-six plans and documents are for the battleship Tirpitz, a threat to Allied shipping until its destruction in a Norwegian fjord by air attack, November 1944. Twenty-four plans are for Battleship “H,” the next German battleship in line for production. The H Battleship was designed over the 1936-39 period. Construction had begun before war’s outbreak. Further construction was suspended. Three drawings are for the planned “O”-class battleship (or more properly, battlecruiser) designed in 1939 for the future battle fleet.  There is also one plan of the heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper.

The majority of these plans illustrate the locations and operations of the ships’ onboard ventilation and water systems. This may indicate the specific postwar interests of the U.S. Navy in selecting these plans for review and exploitation.  Many plans include extensive details of the ships’ construction, interior design, and equipment. German Navy technical specialists annotated some plans to indicate desired changes or revisions in specific systems. All descriptions and identifications are in the German language.

The originators of these plans include: The Amt (later Hauptamt) für Kriegsschiffbau, a bureau within the Oberkommando der Kriegsmarine (O.K.M., or Naval High Command); the Schiffbauressort Marinewerft (later Kriegsmarinewerft) Wilhelmshaven, the ship construction department at the Navy Yard in Wilhelmshaven; and the shipbuilding firm Blohm & Voss in Hamburg.  The evidence suggests that these materials had been stored in Wilhelmshaven and were likely seized there by the Technical Mission.

Most plans are drawn to scale 1:100, but others range in scale from 1:50 to 1:500.  The size of the plans generally ranges from 24” – 30” in height to 48” – 60” in length.  The plans’ physical composition varies greatly from cloth-based backings to very fragile tracing paper, but also include photostatic reproductions and blueprint-quality paper. Preservation copies have been made for research use to spare the badly damaged plans from handling.

For Bismarck and Tirpitz, two of the most significant warships of World War II, the plans complement extant operational records in detailing their role in the Battle of the Atlantic.  Taken as a series, the plans collectively document the evolution and planning of German capital ship design and technology immediately prior to World War II.   The plans document the U.S. Navy’s postwar exploitation of captured German naval materials for possible use in designing American warships. 

No comparable plans for World War II German warships are available elsewhere among NARA holdings.  The Bundesarchiv-Abt. Militärarchiv as Bestand RM 25 in Freiburg/Br., Germany holds the principal collection of German naval vessels’ plans (the records of Hauptamt Kriegsschiffbau within the Oberkommando der Kriegsmarine).  It is very likely, however, that the ships’ plans described here are not duplicated among the Bundesarchiv’s collection and therefore constitute unique documents. 

Related records are scattered among various NARA holdings.  War diaries and action reports of the Bismarck and Tirpitz are reproduced on National Archives Microfilm Publication T1022, (Records of the German Navy, 1850-1945, Received From the Naval History Division). These records are described in the forthcoming Guides to German Navy Records No. 4: Records of German Navy Operational Commands in World War II (scheduled for publication in 2001).  Within RG 19, the Bureau of Ships’ general correspondence, 1940-45, includes specific listings of documents concerning the Bismarck and Tirpitz received from the Technical Mission to Europe in July 1945 (file C-EF 30/BB, 470: 09/06/01, Box 412), as well as technical handbooks and photocopies of ships’ plans for the German Navy’s Prinz Eugen-class cruisers (file C-EF 30/CA [Bulky Enclosures], 470: 16/14/07, Box 179).   Within RG 38, the Naval Technical Mission to Europe Serials and Enclosures, 1945-47, include an original German summary report on the ordnance status of the Bismarck at the completion of training (Serial 1384, 370: 15/20/07, Box 62) and original German handbooks pertaining to ventilation and water systems on board cruiser Admiral Hipper (370: 15/21/07, Boxes 71-73).  Additional documentation regarding these warships’ operations are located among several series of records of the Office of Naval Intelligence in RG 38.

An item list follows, accompanied by a brief glossary of German naval architecture terms.


German Battleship Plans, 1937-45, Seized by the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Europe


ITEM LIST


(1)  Aufmasse und Verdrängung Schlachtschiff “G” (schwarz) und Schlachtschiff “F” (rot)
(Handwritten tables comparing measurements of waterline length, beam, and displacement for Battleships “G” (Tirpitz), shown in black, and “F” (Bismarck), shown in red; undated, with protruding appended note, and apparently prepared by German Navy authorities at Wilhelmshaven). Flat file.

(2)  Schlachtschiff “G” (Schiff 128):  Aufmasse der Konstruktionsspanten
(Handwritten table matching waterline measurements with specific construction frames on Battleship “G” (Tirpitz); undated, no originator indicated but includes English-language pencil notations above some of the tabular columns). Flat File.

(3) Schlachtschiff Tirpitz: Inhalte und Schwerpunkte der Wasserdichten Räume  (printed table showing the volume in cubic meters and relative onboard location of all watertight compartments (Räume), arranged numerically by the 22 subsections (Abteilungen) consecutively from stern to bow; prepared April 1940 by the Schiffbauressort Kriegsmarinewerft Wilhelmshaven, with an additional stamp for July 1942 and registered by the Amt für Kriegsschiffbau as ‘Tirpitz Nr. 290/1’. Flat File, Trunk Oversize.

(4)  Schlachtschiff Tirpitz:   Inhalte und Schwerpunkte der Wasserdichten Räume  (Ergänzungsblatt) (supplement to the above table with corrected or additional data, with the same characteristics but much smaller; also bears the same dates and was registered as ‘Tirpitz Nr. 290/2’). Flat File.

(5) – (6)  Schlachtschiff Tirpitz:   Lüftungsplan 1:200 –
   (5) Batteriedeck, Zwischendeck, Panzerdeck (‘Tirpitz Nr. 306/2’)
   (6) Oberes, Mittleres, und Unteres Plattformdeck (‘Tirpitz Nr. 306/3’)
(Two of a series of several deck plans illustrating the ship’s ventilation system for [1] the battery deck, middle deck, and the main or armored deck, and [2] the upper, middle, and lower platform decks; plans are printed on thick paper and colored in red, blue and green to denote specific features; prepared by the Schiffbauressort Kriegsmarinewerft Wilhelmshaven in January 1942)
Flat File.

(7) Schlachtschiff Tirpitz:   Längsschnitt 1:100
(Two photostatic reproductions of a printed internal profile of the ship, originally prepared by the Schiffbauressort Kriegsmarinewerft Wilhelmshaven in July 1941; each reproduction represents one-half of the overall profile, and only the lower-deck compartments are identified). Flat File.
 
   
(8.) Schlachtschiff “G” (Tirpitz):   Isolierungsplan Querschnitte 1:100
(One of a series of at least four plans that provides several transverse sectional drawings at specific frames, printed but annotated with red- and blue-ink designations and pencil notes relating to the intended contents and uses of specific compartments; cloth-backed plan originally prepared by the Schiffbauressort Marinewerft Wilhelmshaven 22 February 1938 and subsequently registered by the Oberkommando der Kriegsmarine’s Konstruktions-Amt as Drawing ‘Schlachtschiff “G” Nr. 88/4’). Flat File.

(9) Schlachtschiff “G” (Tirpitz):   Räume unter Panzerdeck  1:150
(Drawing of the deck plans for the upper, middle, and lower platform decks beneath the armored deck; linen-quality material badly wrinkled along one edge and with small tears in the midsection; prepared by the Schiffbauressort Marinewerft Wilhelmshaven 28 March 1938). Flat File.

(10) – (10a) Schlachtschiff Tirpitz:  Abwicklung der Aussenhaut  1:100
(Drawing of the hull contour lines and exterior plating, with some illustrations of the coupling of the plates to the hull at specific locations, prepared by the Schiffbauressort Kriegsmarinewerft Wilhelmshaven in July 1941; two copies are available. Box Roll.

(11) – (11a)  Schlachtschiff Tirpitz:  Panzerdeck vord. und hint. Teil  (mostly 1:10)
(Plan of the fore and aft armored deck and its armor plating, with detailed illustrations of the riveting and coupling used to secure the plates, prepared by the Schiffbauressort Marinewerft Wilhelmshaven in May 1939 but with an additional Navy stamp dated July 1943; two copies are available, use preservation copy 11A, roll.

(12) Schlachtschiff Tirpitz:  Mittleres Plattformdeck  1:100  
(Two photostatic reproductions of a deck plan of the middle platform deck, annotated to indicate all significant compartments and features, prepared by the Schiffbauressort Kriegsmarinewerft Wilhelmshaven in July 1941; each reproduction represents one-half of the overall deck plan). Flat File.

(13) – (14) Schlachtschiff Tirpitz:  Mittlere and Hintere Querschnitte  1:100
   (13) Mittlere Querschnitte (Abteilungen VIII-XIII)
   (14) Hintere Querschnitte (Abteilungen I-VII)
(Two of a series of at least three transverse sectional drawings, illustrating the battleship’s mid- and aft-sections, prepared by the Schiffbauressort Kriegsmarinewerft Wilhelmshaven in July 1941; each drawing provides several cross-section views of the vessel’s interior as divided into numbered (I-XXII) subsections at specific frames, with each compartment therein identified; each drawing consists of two separate photostatic reproductions constituting separate parts of the overall drawing; the sectional drawing for the aft section appears complete but that for the mid-section appears to be missing one part that would have covered subsections XIV-XVI; also missing is a comparable sectional drawing for the ship’s forward section. Flat File.
 

(15) – (24) Schlachtschiff Tirpitz: Querschotte und Hauptquerschotte unter Panzerdeck   (1:25)  (ten of a series of over 20 drawings that illustrate the construction of specific transverse bulkheads located at specific frames [Spanten, or Spt] below the armor deck, including construction details on the riveting and welding of specific components; only the bulkheads located a the following frames are included, arranged from the stern forward.
   (15) Querschott Spt 21,5
   (16) Querschott Spt 27
   (17) Hauptquerschott Spt 36
   (18) Querschott Spt 72,3
   (19) Hauptquerschott Spt 77,3
   (20) Hauptquerschott Spt 91,3
   (21) Hauptquerschott Spt 98,3
   (22) Hauptquerschott Spt 145,6
   (23) Hauptquerschott Spt 154,6
   (24) Hauptquerschott Spt 166,4
All are printed on blueprint-type materials, originally prepared by the Schiffbauressort Marinewerft Wilhelmshaven in October 1937 but with supplemental stamps dated July 1943. Flat File.

(25) Schlachtschiff Tirpitz:  Torpedoschott und Seitensplitterschott   1: 100
(A drawing that illustrates the construction of the torpedo- and splinter-bulkheads that ran along the length of Tirpitz’s hull, with 1:25 views of specific details of construction riveting, binding of component parts, thickness of plates, etc.; apparently prepared by Schiffbauressort Marinewerft Wilhelmshaven January 1937 but bearing a stamp of the Kriegsmarinewerft Kiel and another stamp dated September 1942. Preservation Copy Roll.

(26) Schlachtschiff Tirpitz:   Geschützunterbauten der S.A. Turm ‘A’  1:25
(Overhead and cutaway views of the support structures underneath the heavy guns of Turret A, showing details of construction, binding of component parts, and other characteristics of these structures; prepared by Schiffbauressort Kriegsmarinewerft Wilhelmshaven July 1941 but bearing an undated later stamp of the Kriegsmarinewerft Kiel; printed on high-quality linen). Box Roll.

(27) – (28)  Schlachtschiff “F” (Bismarck):  Lüftungsanlage  1:200
   (27) Lüftungsanlage Längsschnitt Abluft
   (28) Lüftungsanlage Oberdeck und Aufbauten
(Two of a series of at least five drawings of the ventilation system on board Bismarck; Item [27], designated MR Zeichnungs-Nr. 1856.5 / O.K.M. Amt für Kriegsschiffbau Archiv Nr. 319/2, provides an inboard profile of the exhaust ventilation system throughout the vessel, including identifications of all major compartments and the ship’s superstructure; Item [28], designated MR Zeichnungs-Nr. 1856.3 / O.K.M. Amt für Kriegsschiffbau Archiv Nr. 319/4, provides a overhead view of the superstructure and upper deck, annotated in red and blue to denote the ventilation system’s main features; both drawings were prepared by the Blohm & Voss shipyard in July-December 1938 and subsequently annotated with handwritten comments by Amt für Kriegsschiffbau officials to indicate desired changes. Flat File.


(29) – (35) Schlachtschiff Bismarck:  Hauptentwässerung   1:25, 1:50
(An apparently complete series of seven plans illustrating the main waste water disposal system on board the Bismarck, arranged by ship’s sections as follows [designated successively as ‘Bismarck Nr. 437/1-7’ by the O.K.M. Hauptamt für Kriegsschiffbau/Archiv und Plank.] –
   (29) Hauptentwässerung im Vorschiff, Spt 154,6 172,85 
   (30) Hauptentwässerung im Vorschiff, Spt 177,35  191,05
   (31) Hauptentwässerung im Vorschiff, Spt 191,05  202,7 
   (32) Hauptentwässerung im Vorschiff, Spt 202,7  vorn
   (33) Hauptentwässerung im Hinterschiff, Spt 10,5  36
(34) Hauptentwässerung im Hinterschiff, Spt 40  62
(35) Hauptentwässerung im Hinterschiff, Spt 67,35  84
(Each plan typically includes several drawings that detail the tubes, pipes and other features of the waste water disposal system in specific compartments and areas of the ship; these features are highlighted with green and brown colors, and are usually accompanied by a table that provides tube- and pipe-dimension measurements; all plans originally prepared on cloth backings by the Blohm & Voss firm and annotated by the O.K.M. Hauptamt für Kriegsschiffbau, February-May 1940). All Rolls in Box.

(36) Kreuzer Admiral Hipper:  Wasserversorgung  – schematischer Rohrplan für Zwischendeck  (Einrichtungen für Wasser) 1:100
(One of a series of plans that illustrate the water supply system on board Admiral Hipper, this deck plan details the water supply system on the middle deck; plan prepared on blueprint-type paper by the shipyard firm Deutsche Werke Kiel September 1937 but bears a Blohm & Voss shipyard stamp dated March 1941). Roll File.

(37) – (46) Schlachtschiff “H”:  Schema für die Einrichtungen für Wasser  –  Flut- und Feuerlöscheinrichtungen  1:100 –
   (37) Längsschnitt
   (38) Aufbauten
   (39) Oberdeck
   (40) Batteriedeck
   (41) Zwischendeck
   (42) Oberes Plattformdeck
   (43) Mittleres Plattformdeck
   (44) Stauung und Unteres Plattformdeck
   (45) Vordere Querschnitte
   (46) Hintere Querschnitte
(An apparently complete set of 10 plans that illustrate the flooding- and fire-control water systems on board the planned but never built Battleship “H,” including an inboard profile [37], deck plans [38-44], and transverse sectional drawings [45-46]; these were prepared by the Oberbefehlshaber der Kriegsmarine [Navy Commander-in-Chief]’s Amt Kriegsschiffbau ca. July 1939 and include postwar U.S. Navy pencil notations [e.g., ‘Encl 62, 20-X-A’]. All Preservation Roll Copies.
   


(47) – (50) Schlachtschiff “H”: Schema für die Einrichtungen für Wasser  – Hauptlenz-, Hilfslenz-, Gegenflut- und Trimmfluteinrichtungen 1:100 –
   (47) Längsschnitt
   (48) Stauung und Unteres Plattformdeck
   (49) Vordere Querschnitte
   (50) Hintere Querschnitte
(Four of a series of 10 or more plans that illustrate the main and auxiliary bilge water, counterflooding-, and trimflooding water systems on board the planned but never built Battleship “H,” including an inboard profile [47], stowing and lower deck plan [48], and transverse sectional drawings [49-50]; these were prepared ca. July 1939 by the Oberbefehlshaber der Kriegsmarine [Navy Commander-in-Chief]’s Amt für Kriegsschiffbau and also bear postwar U.S. Navy pencil notations. All Preservation Roll Copies.

(51) – (53)  Schlachtschiff “H”:  Schema für die Einrichtungen für Wasser  -  Entwässerungseinrichtungen  1:100 –
   (51) Zwischendeck
   (52) Oberes Plattformdeck
   (53) Mittleres Plattformdeck
(Three of a series of several plans that illustrate the waste water disposal system on board the planned but never built Battleship “H,” consisting only of deck plans for the middle, upper platform, and middle platform decks; these were prepared ca. July 1939 by the Oberbefehlshaber der Kriegsmarine [Navy Commander-in-Chief]’s Amt für Kriegsschiffbau and also bear postwar U.S. Navy pencil notations. All Preservation Roll Copies.

(54) Schlachtschiff “H”:  Einrichtung von Öl und Wasser im Doppelboden  1:100
(A drawing that illustrates the sealed compartments for oil and water within the hull’s double bottom. Included are the associated pipes and tubes connecting to the ship’s interior. This drawing is for the planned but never built Battleship “H,” including identifications of the different types of oil and water by compartment; prepared September 1939 by the Oberbefehlshaber der Kriegsmarine’s Amt für Kriegsschiffbau; Preservation Roll Copy.

(55) – (57) Schlachtschiff “H”:  Lüftungspläne  1:200 –
   (55) Obere Decks – Grundrisse
   (56) Mittlere Decks
   (57) Untere Decks – Grundrisse
(Three of a series of drawings of the ventilation system on board the planned but never built Battleship “H;” each drawing illustrates the system’s features through an overhead view of several deck levels [Item 55 covers the superstructure and upper deck, Item 56 the battery, middle, and armored decks, and Item 57 the three platform decks], which additionally provide identifications of all significant compartments; all were prepared by the Blohm & Voss shipyard in April 1941 but include postwar U.S. Navy pencil annotations. All Preservation Roll Copies.




(58) Schlachtschiff “H”:  Lüftung in den Horchstellen und Gefechtsnachrichten-Zentralen  1:25
(Drawing that combines overhead and cross-sectional views of ventilation features in the radio- and hydrophone-monitor stations and combat information centers located in the superstructure of the planned but never built Battleship “H;” prepared May 1941 by Blohm & Voss shipyard. The drawing includes a postwar U.S. Navy pencil annotation. Preservation Roll Copy.

(59)  Schlachtschiff “H”:  Schema der Raumluftkühlanlagen  1:200
(Drawing illustrates the ventilation-cooling features, including fans and air-cooling ducts, on board the planned but never built Battleship “H;” the plan also includes overhead and profile views and a statistical table of ventilation measurements in specific compartments under normal and combat conditions; prepared June 1941 by the Blohm & Voss firm. Preservation Roll Copy.

(60)  Schlachtschiff “H”:  Schottdurchbrüche Schott 89  147,5  1:100
(Drawing that illustrates where openings were cut for hatchways and pipes in the transverse bulkheads on Battleship “H” between construction frames 89 and 147.5; prepared at Blohm & Voss February 1941 in consequence of requested changes, an earlier O.K.M. stamp is dated August 1939, also bears a postwar U.S. Navy pencil annotation; printed on brown paper. Preservation Roll Copy.

(61)  Schlachtschiff “O” Type – Skizze  1:500
(Small drawing of the profile and basic deck plan of the proposed “O”-class battleships, prepared by a naval architect named Hennig and dated 4 June 1945, indicating it was prepared at the request of U.S. Navy authorities). Flat File.

(62) – (62a)  Schlachtschiff – Type “O” Linienriss  1:100
(Drawing of the hull contour lines of the proposed “O”-class battleships, apparently prepared in 1940 by the Oberbefehlshaber der Kriegsmarine/Amt für Kriegsschiffbau and registered by the O.K.M. Konstruktions-Amt/Archiv und Plank. as “Schlachtschiff O Nr. 1;” two copies are available. 62a in Box Roll, 60 is a Preservation Roll Copy.

(63) – (63a) Schlachtschiff – Type “O” Schottspantenriss 1:50
(Sectional drawing of the frame-lines matched with bulkheads and decks as planned for the “O” –class battleships, apparently prepared in 1940 by the Oberbefehlshaber der Kriegsmarine/Amt für Kriegsschiffbau and registered by the O.K.M. Konstruktions-Amt/Archiv und Plank. as “Schlachtschiff O Nr. 2;” two copies are available. 63 is Preservation Roll Copy; 63a is Flat File.


GLOSSARY OF GERMAN NAVAL ARCHITECTURE TERMS


Ablüft:  Exhaust ventilation

Abteilung (abb. Abt.):   Subsection of a ship running from the keel to the uppermost superstructure; a German battleship was typically divided into 22 numbered (I – XXII) watertight subsections from stern to bow

Aufbaudeck:  Forecastle deck

Aufbauten:   Ship’s superstructure above the Aufbaudeck

Aussenhaut:  Exterior ‘skin’ of a ship’s hull 

Batteriedeck:  Main gun battery deck, immediately below Oberdeck

Einrichtungen:  Facilities (usually in regard to conduits and pipes)

Entwässerung:   Waste water disposal or drainage

Grundriss:   Horizontal plan or section

Längsschnitt:   Internal profile from bow to stern

Linienriss:   Contour lines

Lüftungsanlagen, Lüftungsplan:   Features of a ship’s ventilation system

Oberdeck:  Upper deck, above the Batteriedeck, open to the elements and the uppermost deck to run the entire length of the ship

Panzerdeck:   Armored deck, located above the Oberes Plattformdeck

Plattformdeck (Oberes, Mittleres, Unteres):  Platform decks (upper, middle, lower) in a ship’s interior below the Zwischendeck

Querschnitt:  Transverse or sectional view of a ship’s interior

Querschott, Hauptquerschott:   Bulkhead, main bulkhead in a ship’s interior

Raum, Räume:   Compartment(s) in a ship’s interior

Schlachtschiff:  Battleship

Spt (Spanten):  Frames extending from the keel

Splitterschott, Torpedoschott:   Splinter- and torpedo-bulkheads running the length of a ship’s hull

Teil:  Section of a ship comprising several Abteilungen

Wasserdichte:   Watertight

Wasservorsorgung:   Water supply

Zwischendeck:  Middle or ‘Tween deck, just below the Batteriedeck



Note: See German Ship design plans in Textual RG 38 UD-09-D22, currently in Stack 270

« Letzte Änderung: 07 Februar 2012, 20:24:14 von AWoelfer »
Nicht länger als sieben Atemzüge soll es dauern,
bis man eine Entscheidung getroffen hat.
(Hagakure)

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Re: NARA Abfrage Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
« Antwort #5 am: 08 Februar 2012, 08:12:14 »
Hallo Andreas,

verstehe ich das richtig? Die von Dir genannten Themen sind Bestandteil der Rolle die Thoddy bestellen will?

Falls dem so ist, ich hätte Interesse (falls es erschwinglich ist).

Gruß

Sebastian

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Re: NARA Abfrage Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
« Antwort #6 am: 08 Februar 2012, 08:52:24 »
Hallo Andreas,

verstehe ich das richtig? Die von Dir genannten Themen sind Bestandteil der Rolle die Thoddy bestellen will?

Falls dem so ist, ich hätte Interesse (falls es erschwinglich ist).

Gruß

Sebastian

Hallo Sebastian,

ob die Themen in den Sachen von Thoddy sind kann ich nicht sagen, ich habe damals eine Anfrage an folgende Adresse gestellt:

National Archives and Records Administration
8601 Adelphi Road
College Park, Maryland  20740-6001
E-mail; carto@nara.gov

Zur Antwort erhielt ich dann das Dokument, habe diese Sache mit den Plänen erst einmal hinten angestellt, da ich für Schlachtschiff Tirpitz noch ca. 40 Rollen bestellen muss.

Grüße

Andreas
Nicht länger als sieben Atemzüge soll es dauern,
bis man eine Entscheidung getroffen hat.
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Re: NARA Abfrage Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
« Antwort #7 am: 08 Februar 2012, 09:02:06 »
Hi,

würde mich auch grundsätzlich beteiligen, wenn die entsprechenden Pläne enthalten sind.

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Re: NARA Abfrage Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
« Antwort #8 am: 08 Februar 2012, 21:13:00 »
Wäre auch dabei wenn sich noch der ein oder andere beteiligen würde.

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Re: NARA Abfrage Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
« Antwort #9 am: 08 Februar 2012, 22:21:02 »
Wäre auch dabei wenn sich noch der ein oder andere beteiligen würde.

Hallo,

es muss sich ja erst einmal jemand finden der die Sache in die Hand nimmt, da ich ja erstmal meine 40 Rollen für die Tirpitz ranschaffen muss, das ist für mich erst mal wichtiger als die Pläne.

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Andreas


Hier noch mal die Mail welche ich seinerzeit erhalten habe:

National Archives and Records Administration
8601 Adelphi Road
College Park, Maryland  20740-6001
E-mail; carto@nara.gov

                                                     

Hello,

This is in response to your 3/19/2011 e-mail request for information concerning certain ship plans from among the cartographic holdings of the National Archives.
 
A list of the German battle ship plans, a series from the Records of the Bureau of Ships is attached.
 
Mail order copies of records from our holdings are available only through the private vendors whose names follow.  If you decide to purchase reproductions, please make arrangements directly with the vendor you choose.
 
Any questions that arise during the ordering process should be addressed to the vendor you selected. The price is determined by the physical size of the record and the format of reproduction.
 
National Archives and Records Administration
 
PARTICIPATING VENDORS FOR THE REPRODUCTION SALES OF STILL PHOTOGRAPHS, AERIAL FILM, MAPS AND DRAWINGS
 
The following vendors maintain reproduction workstations in the National Archives at College Park, Maryland, where still photographs, aerial film, maps and drawings are stored.
 
ARCHIVAL RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL/DOUBLE DELTA INDUSTRIES, INC.
1920 Daisy Road, Woodbine, Maryland 21797-8410
Public Orders: 800-499-7468; Customer Service: 301-854-5135
Fax: 301-854-5136
E-Mail: DoubDelta@aol.com
Internet: http://www.militaryunits.com
 
DO YOU GRAPHICS
14827 Old Frederick Road, Woodbine, Maryland  21797-8615
Public Orders: 410-442-1060 - Toll Free: 1-800-418-8344
Fax: 410-442-5830
E-Mail: doyou@ix.netcom.com
Internet: http://do-you.com/
 

NATIONAL AIR SURVEY/VISUAL IMAGE PRESENTATIONS
4321 Baltimore Avenue, Bladensburg, Maryland 20710
Public Orders: 301-927-7180 - Toll Free: 1-800-226-0177
Fax: 301-927-5013
E-Mail: <nasccinfo@aol.com>
Internet: http://www.nascc.com/
 
 

PHOTO RESPONSE STUDIOS
18712 Purple Martin Lane, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20879
Public Orders: 1-301-948-5212
Fax: 301-948-4948
E-Mail: < joe@photoresponse.com>            
Internet:  http://photoresponse.com/
 
 
 
Sincerely,
 
KEITH KERR
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Cartographic Section
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« Letzte Änderung: 08 Februar 2012, 22:30:07 von AWoelfer »
Nicht länger als sieben Atemzüge soll es dauern,
bis man eine Entscheidung getroffen hat.
(Hagakure)

Tsunetomo Yamamoto

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Re: NARA Abfrage Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
« Antwort #10 am: 08 Februar 2012, 22:24:27 »
Hallo,  

wäre auch dabei
aber bitte mal die Kosten beschreiben....und nur wenn Pläne dabei sind....

Beste Grüße

Mike_o
Grüße

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Re: NARA Abfrage Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
« Antwort #11 am: 09 Februar 2012, 12:20:39 »
Ich bin wie gesagt in jedem Fall dabei.

Gruß

Sebastian

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Re: NARA Abfrage Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
« Antwort #12 am: 09 Februar 2012, 12:59:22 »
7 leute bisher
Meine Herren, es kann ein siebenjähriger, es kann ein dreißigjähriger Krieg werden – und wehe dem, der zuerst die Lunte in das Pulverfaß schleudert!
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Re: NARA Abfrage Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
« Antwort #13 am: 09 Februar 2012, 14:05:52 »
Zitat
German Battleship Plans, 1937-45, Seized by the U.S. Naval Technical Mission to Europe
gehört nicht zu "Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction"

möglicherweise sind die Unterlagen auch teilweise doppelt abgelegt.
 

Meine Herren, es kann ein siebenjähriger, es kann ein dreißigjähriger Krieg werden – und wehe dem, der zuerst die Lunte in das Pulverfaß schleudert!
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Re: NARA Abfrage Bismarck-Tirpitz Hull Construction
« Antwort #14 am: 09 Februar 2012, 16:23:39 »
Moin,moin

ich lese das Ihr Nara Rollen sucht, sind da vieleicht auch welche aus dem Guide No.4 die euch noch fehlen?

Ich hatte ja schon in einen anderen Beitrag erwähnt das ich Nara Filme (DVD) bestellen kann für 60,- € das Stück aber nur die Deutschen Rollen keine Englischen/Amerikanischen Berichte das mache ich nicht mehr also nur Serie T 1022.

Wenn Ihr die hier im Forum teilen wollt ist es mir egal ich brauche aber pro Rolle 25,- € Vorkasse ist leider nötig da ich auch Vorkasse leiste und ein Teil davon abgesichert haben möchte und Spaß Besteller es sich überlegen.

Wenn ja so könnte Ihr euch ja melden per PN.

Gruß
U 48