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Re: Persische/Iranische Schiffe aus Deutschland
« Antwort #30 am: 08 Mai 2019, 16:38:54 »
MILITARY REPORT ON PERSIA
1912

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Re: Persische/Iranische Schiffe aus Deutschland
« Antwort #31 am: 08 Mai 2019, 16:56:25 »
'Military Report on Persia'  1905
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Re: Persische/Iranische Schiffe aus Deutschland
« Antwort #32 am: 08 Mai 2019, 19:47:20 »
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Das waren noch Zeiten als die Soldaten mit Martinis bewaffnet waren  :-D

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Re: Persische/Iranische Schiffe aus Deutschland
« Antwort #33 am: 08 Mai 2019, 21:47:02 »
Iran: political diaries 1946-1951
Robert Michael Burrell, Robert L. Jarman
Archive Editions, 1997 - 745 Pages

List of Persian Naval Vessels as nbelieved to exist prior to August 1941 showing present wheraeabouts

1.Babr Sloop. 950t
Sunk by RN in 1941
2. Palang . Sloop. 950t
Sunk by RN in 1941
HM Government has under consideration
providing two suitable vessels as replacements

3.Shahbroke. Gunboat 351t (Shahrokh)
4.Shabaz. Gunboat 351t (Chahbaaz)
5.Simurgh. Gunboat 351t (Simorgh)
6.Kirkaz. Gunboat 351t (Karkas)
All taken by British naval authorities for use with the Royal Indian Navy. Now in Indian Waters. One of these has been cannibalised.
HM Government has proposed a gift of 3 HMDL to replace cannibalised gunboat (b) in place of hire of forue gunboats used by British


7. Euphrates or Humai,. Ex steam yacht Ivy used as depot ship 700t
Used nby RN until recently. Now in charge of Harbourmaster Khorramashar. Sunk at her mooring
No action so far prepared

8. Shahin. Minesweeper 135t
Scuttled by RN July 1944
No action so far prepared

9. Floating dock 600t
Removed by RN Present whereabuts Alexandria
To be returned to Bander Shalpur

10. Neyrou Tug
Previously in use by RN
No action required

11.Tundkash (AdmiralS' barge) Motor launch 83ftx 7ftx2ft
Returned to
No action required

12. Chinchilla steel hulled cabin cruiser
13. Karun 32ft x 13ft x 4ft
Handed back to persians government, but they are unserviceable as engines cannot be repaired
Notation to Admirality
awaited to install new engines

14. Four motor dhows (Booms) at Khoramshar
Two were sunk and are still submerged. Two are in service with RN.
No action so far proposed

15. R.N.M.B.16 motor launch cabin type. 48ft x 10ft x 3ft 6oin with Kelvin 4 cyl engines
Transferred to Inland Water Transport
No action so far proposed

16.R.N.W.B. No.2 water barge dumb
Taken oevre from persians and converted from oil to water barge. Now at Bahrein
No action so far proposed

17.K.M.D. No.1 Motor Dhow ex Golden Hind
Large and old motor dhow. Engine shaft amd housing
No action so far proposed
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Re: Persische/Iranische Schiffe aus Deutschland
« Antwort #34 am: 08 Mai 2019, 21:47:18 »
A Diplomatic History of the Caspian Sea: Treaties, Diaries and Other Stories
G. Mirfendereski

Page 137

The Soviet refusal was not going to deter Reza Khan in his naval quest. Still in 1924, he ordered the commander of the army in northern Persia to produce locally several vessels for duty in the Caspian. A 70 ton , useless, and decript vessel belonging to the Lionozov enerprise and laying at anchor at Chimkhaleh near Anzali was pressed into service. A multinational creew made of various exparties, including Polish , German, and Russian seamen, undertook the rehabilitation of the vessel. Armed with the two guns that were brought from the arsenal in Teheran thhe SEFIDRUD was commissioned in Feb 1925 for security patrol and intedirection of contraband.

Stationed at Piri Bazar the SEFIDRUD‘s  first major operation turned out to be the successful blockade of the Turkmen position neear Gorgan, whrere the Turkmens were fighting the Persian army. Upon return from this operation, the vessel was renamed the NAHANG, meaning „whale. Later , a 15-ton vessel , also belonging to the Lionozov enterprise was purchased by the Persian government , renamed the CHALUS, after a town in western Mazandran some 34 miles east southeast of Shahjsavar, Converted into a gunboat, the CHALUS, was commissioned in 1927 for patrol duty in the Caspian.


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In as official ceremony at Bandar Pqahlavi on 7 Sep 1946, the Soviet navy turned over five of the Iranian naval units. However misssing among them was the NAHANG, which had belonged to Lionozov enterprise and had been claimed by the Soviets as state property by virtue of their nationalization law. In the same month , the Soviets also returned to Iranian possession a number of other vessels , among which were the dreger MAZANDARAN, three cargo ship s with sails, and a tugboat. However , the Soviets did not return the tugboats ALMAS and MASHALAK, a floating crane , and the MAZADARAN's auxiliary boat, claiming thet all these units were sent to Russia for repairs [22]
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Re: Persische/Iranische Schiffe aus Deutschland
« Antwort #35 am: 09 Mai 2019, 00:40:34 »
Nach iranischen Quellen SHAHIN ex PAHLAVI ex FATIYA ex FM24

Along with those days, Colonel Ismail Khan Shafai was sent from Europe to Europe (where he was usually based in Germany) to buy airplanes and weapons and send them to Iran. After the news of the incident reaches Reza Shah, he orders a telegram to be sent to Col. Ismail Khan to carry out studies and preparations for the purchase of a military ship for use in the Mazandaran Sea and immediately inform the result.

Colonel Ismael Khan will succeed in getting a minesweeper named Fatiya, with a capacity of 171 people built in 1917 and belonging to the remnants of the German military fleet after the First World War, for £ 4,000 (equivalent to each pound). 50 Rials). Due to the defeat of the Germans in the war, they took the cannons and remained their only bases. So Colonel Ismail Khan bought and installed a 47 mm gun and a 37 mm machine gun to arming the carrier. He is also an Iranian Armenian name Khachik, who lives in Germany, and because of Dryanvrdyhay with ships German secrets of sailing well knew, recruiting and trying to get permission and transit formalities for ships from the Volga River (in Russia ) Comes up to get it to Pahlavi port

Colonel Ismail Khan calls the Russian embassy in Berlin. But after a few months of uncertainty, it is announced to him that the passage of a military ship from Volga is contrary to the interests of Russia. Later, he also informed him that if Iran wanted this ship to fight smugglers or secure local security, then the Russian government would give such a ship to the Iranian government at any time.
After months of futile the effort, Colonel Ismail Khan, believing that if the balls individually Iran sends only ship weapons from the Volga pass, the Russians will agree to carry out the works, but the Russians tougher It was because Ishmael Khan imagined!

Eventually, Reza Shah orders the ship to be sent to the Persian Gulf, and in Iran the name "Pahlavi" is put on it. Later, as the ship was small, and its name was not Pahlavi (!!!), its name changed from Pahlavi to Shahin
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Re: Persische/Iranische Schiffe aus Deutschland
« Antwort #36 am: 13 Mai 2019, 01:25:49 »
commander, Persepolis Navy Abbas Daryanard (Deribeghi: Bushehr ruler). )

فرمانده پرسپوليس ناخدا عباس دريانورد( دریابیگی:حاکم بوشهر)

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Re: Persische/Iranische Schiffe aus Deutschland
« Antwort #37 am: 15 Mai 2019, 15:28:06 »
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Qajar and Pahlavi periods. He is "the most famous Iranian captain of the Qajar era".

Cousin Abbas was born in 1255 in a seaman's family in Bushehr. She studied at the school until she was 12 years old, and then went to sea with her father, Captcha Ahmed. During a trip to Africa, her father died on the way, and he, who had only just walked on the rudder just a few days, drove the ship from Zanzibar to Bushehr directs alone. After compelling a surname in Iran, he chose the seaman's name .

Captain Abbas captained two Persepolis and Mozafari ships . After Mozafari's defeat, commander of the anti-tank cannon frigate commander of Bushehr Customs.

He introduced the location of Moses' shrine and determined the location of Bandarshahr (Bandar-e-Ram Khomeini) construction. In this way, he could be called the Kermasi Marine explorer. Then he was responsible for the maritime affairs of Shahpour port for many years. He also played a major role in marking the Khormousi Sea Route to Bandarshahr (Imam Khomeini Port) and Mashoor (present Mahshahr). During the era Serving in Bandarshahrur, he spotted some of the disobedient people and persecuted them to the point where such a hymn:

I hate this office and my office

I am disappointed these things and Sarbandar his

Too much tolerance and distress

Get rid of all these insidious ones

The captain was commissioned by Reza Shah at the time of the Navy's establishment, and he has been studying the plan for six months in the north to set up forces in the Caspian Sea.

He mastered English, German, and Arabic in his maritime travels, and was among the few who at that time received international maritime certification.

Captain Abbas was interested in studying and writing, keeping several thousand bits of poetry from Iranian poets. He wrote memoirs on his foreign and domestic journeys, containing about 200 pages of manuscripts. He also has poems in the prologue of the Prophet of Islam (PBUH) and Imams who, along with 14 pictures and manuscripts, have been donated by his grandson to the Iranian Studies Foundation.

Cousin Abbas praised Muharram in the mourning ceremony, and his method of mourning is still used by the people in the southern provinces of the country.

He also liked music and played piano wrestling.

Nabeda Abbas died in Ahvaz on April 13, 1333, and was buried in the tomb of Ali bin Mahziir Ahwazi. On his grave, a bit is written in one of his poems:

I have not been serving this soil and water except for the time of dea

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Re: Persische/Iranische Schiffe aus Deutschland
« Antwort #38 am: 15 Mai 2019, 16:27:13 »
, Ahmad Diabegi graduated from the Dar Al-Fonoun School in engineering and engineering. Nasereddin Shah was appointed as the first commander of the new Iranian navy in the Persian Gulf, and commanded the Persepolis ship, which Iran bought from Germany in Bushehr, and designed the new Iranian navy uniform.

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Re: Persische/Iranische Schiffe aus Deutschland
« Antwort #39 am: 15 Mai 2019, 19:35:11 »
Unbekannt persische Motorboot.

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Re: Persische/Iranische Schiffe aus Deutschland
« Antwort #40 am: 16 Mai 2019, 16:09:58 »
A Diplomatic History of the Caspian Sea: Treaties, Diaries and Other Stories
G. Mirfendereski

Page 137

The Soviet refusal was not going to deter Reza Khan in his naval quest. Still in 1924, he ordered the commander of the army in northern Persia to produce locally several vessels for duty in the Caspian. A 70 ton , useless, and decript vessel belonging to the Lionozov enerprise and laying at anchor at Chimkhaleh near Anzali was pressed into service. A multinational creew made of various exparties, including Polish , German, and Russian seamen, undertook the rehabilitation of the vessel. Armed with the two guns that were brought from the arsenal in Teheran thhe SEFIDRUD was commissioned in Feb 1925 for security patrol and intedirection of contraband.

Stationed at Piri Bazar the SEFIDRUD‘s  first major operation turned out to be the successful blockade of the Turkmen position neear Gorgan, whrere the Turkmens were fighting the Persian army. Upon return from this operation, the vessel was renamed the NAHANG, meaning „whale. Later , a 15-ton vessel , also belonging to the Lionozov enterprise was purchased by the Persian government , renamed the CHALUS, after a town in western Mazandran some 34 miles east southeast of Shahjsavar, Converted into a gunboat, the CHALUS, was commissioned in 1927 for patrol duty in the Caspian.



Russkiy Torgovyy Flot. Spisok sudov k 1 Yanvariya 1916
=Russische Handelsflotte. Schriftverzeichnis auf 1 Januar 1916

SIFIDRUD
Astrakhan #1780
tug
Nasledniniki G.S.Lionozova (Nachfolger von G.S.Lionozov)
bud 1913 V.Frolov, Strakhan
46,50grt 21,47nrt 66,50x13,50x5,70ft depth 3.5/4 draft
motor 40ihp 9kts 2,000 pud capacity


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