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Erlangen

Stats
Name: Erlangen
Type S/P
Construction Yard
(Yard No.)
Forg. & Chant. de la Méditerranée, La Seyne
(1139)
Launched 24.6.22
Commissioned 1922
Weight, metric tons 4820
Weight, BRT 3509
Length, meters 105,58
Width, meters 13,62
Depth, meters 5,60
Engines One 3cyl. expansion engine,
1 shaft, 4 boilers
Horsepower, HP 5200 induced
Speed, knots 17,5
Range, nautical miles
(Max.)
? at 17,5 knots using 376t oil
Patients/Medical staff 448/?
Crew ?
Armament None
Owner Ministère de la Marine Marchande (Cie. de Nav. Mixte), Marseille
History completed as French S/P Gouverneur Général Cambon; 1940 seized by the Italians: Urbino; into German service 23.12.42 as a accommodation ship, Hs.-Flotilla Marseille; 13.3.44 hospital ship: Erlangen; bombed 14.6.44, 17km off Pantelleria, while rescueing survivors from TA26 and TA30, and was beached at Deiva di Marina; 15.6.44 towed free, and transferred to Genoa for repairs; bombed again 4.9.44 while under repair; decommissioned 13.9.44, and was scuttled 9.44 in Genoa.