Eemland (II)

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Eemland (II)

Post by Jos Telleman » Wed Dec 19, 2018 5:11 pm

For everyone a nice Christmas and a good 2019!!

Eemland (II) 1921-1951 steam cargo ship
1914-09-05: The LINDEN on September 5, 1914 with 4800 tons of coal for German warships had approached a port at Ceram and was called by H.M.S. Maarten Harpertszoon Tromp was forced to sail to Ambon, where she was interned on 5 September 1914, due to the nature of the cargo.

1920-03-05: The LINDEN who, at the outbreak of the 1st World War, was interned at Ambon, was handed over by the owners to the German Government in December 1918 and by the Dutch Government as compensation for the price paid by the Germans on 22 February 1917 erroneously torpedoed by Falmouth EEMLAND. After long negotiations with the Allied Forces, she was able to go to the K.H.L. on 5 March 1920 by the Dutch Government, as she was in the Netherlands Indies be transferred.

1964-05-00: Final Fate:
The VAN was sold for demolition in May 1964 to the shipbuilder Nasri Ceha, who started demolishing on 8 June 1964 in Kalafatyeri (Istanbul). (source Marishdata)©
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Post by Jos Telleman » Wed Dec 19, 2018 5:12 pm

Eemland (II) part 2
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