USS Whipple passing Levensau Bridge, Kiel Canal, 1927

USS Whipple passing Levensau Bridge, Kiel Canal, 1927


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USS Whipple passing Levensau Bridge, Kiel Canal, 1927

Here we see the Clemson class destroyer USS Whipple passing under the Levensau Bridge on the Kiel Canal in 1927. This was a standard picture of warships, and many Imperial German warships were photographed in the same spot before and during the First World War.


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