Wittelsbach

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SMS Wittelsbach
... SMS Wittelsbach ("His Majesty's Ship Wittelsbach") was the lead ship of the Wittelsbach class of pre-dreadnought battleships of the Kaiserliche Marine ... Wittelsbach was built at Wilhelmshaven Navy Dockyard ... Wittelsbach was the first capital ship built under the Navy Law of 1898, brought about by Admiral Alfred von Tirpitz ...
Wittelsbach-Graff Diamond - History
... and came to Munich when, in 1722, Maria Amalia married Charles of Bavaria, a member of the Wittelsbach family ... In 1745, the Wittelsbach Diamond was first mounted on the Bavarian Elector's Order of the Golden Fleece ... When Maximilian IV Joseph von Wittelsbach became the first King of Bavaria in 1806, he commissioned a royal crown, which prominently displayed the diamond ...
Wittelsbach Class Battleship - Construction
... Wittelsbach was ordered for the German fleet under the contract designation "C." She was laid down at the Kaiserliche Werft Wilhelmshaven in 1899, under construction number 25 ... Wittelsbach was commissioned into the fleet on 15 October of that year ... Although she was launched on 6 June 1901—nearly a full year after Wittelsbach— she was commissioned on 1 October 1902, two weeks earlier than her ...
SMS Wittelsbach - Construction
... Wittelsbach's keel was laid in 1899, at the Kaiserliche Werft in Wilhelmshaven, under construction number 25 ... Wittelsbach was launched on 3 July 1900 and commissioned on 15 October 1902 ... Wittelsbach's powerplant was rated at 14,000 indicated horsepower (10,000 kW), which generated a top speed of 18 knots (33 km/h) ...
SMS Wittelsbach - Service History
... Upon commissioning in 1902, Wittelsbach was assigned to the I Squadron of the Active Battle Fleet ... Wittelsbach was assigned to the I Division of I Squadron ... Wittelsbach served in the I Division until 20 September 1910 ...