Heavy Cruiser Lützow
02 Aug 37: Laid Down in Bremen as the Schwere Kreuzer L.
01 July 39: Launched and named the Schwere Kreuzer Lützow.
11 Feb 40: Sold unfinished to the UssR.
15 Apr 40: Towed to Leningrad and renamed the Petropavlovsk.
17 Sept 41: Sunk by German artillery while serving as a floatinganti-aircraft battery at the Leningrad coal harbor. Although heavily damaged,the ship came to rest at an even keel.
Apr 42: The ship was further damaged in a Luftwaffe attack, being hitby an aerial bomb.
17 Sept 42: Raised and towed to the Neva.
Fall 43: After extensive repairs, the ship was again renamed, this timeas the Tallin, and it again served as a floating Soviet battery.
1948-49: All further construction work was halted.
1950-1960: Renamed once more, this time 0as the Dnepr, and servedas a barrack hulk and a training platform.
1960: Broken up.
Never actually commissioned into the German Kriegsmarine.