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Battleship Bismarck.

The German battleship Bismarck in Kiel (September This image offers a good view of its enormous beam, then the widest battleship in the world. Only the Japanese battleships of the Yamato Class still under construction would be wider by a meter.

Bismarck (German Battleship, 1940-41)  Photographed circa August 1940, when first completed. Rangefinders atop her tower and conning tower have not yet been installed.

World War II Photograph: Bismark photographed circa August when first completed. Rangefinders atop her tower and conning tower have not yet been installed.

Lützow & Bismarck

Lützow (foreground) and the battleship Bismarck (background) in Gotenhaven 12 April The fore part of the light cruiser Nürnberg can be seen to the right of the photograph.

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Kriegsmarine battleship KMS Bismarck taken from Prinz Eugen 02

Bismarck is signalled from her consort, heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen, as they set out on the ill fated 'Exercise Rhine', May

Bismarck clears port 5/18/41 at time largest German Battleship on it's 1st and last mission

WWII The German battleship Bismarck. This photo offers a good view of the enormous beam. The Bismarck was the widest battleship in the world. Only the Japanese battleships of the Yamato Class (then still under construction) would have a wider beam of

Sink It: Bismarck

On May the German battleship, Bismarck, slips from Gotenhofen headed for the Danish straits to meet the Prinz Eugen. The British hunt for the Bismarck began. [photo: Bismarck from the Prinz Eugen]