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FM 23

FM 23
FM 23

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  Base type  FM-Boot  
    Furthermore referenced in country lists as: (Italy): Flachgehende Minensuchboote / LURANNA minesweepers (1923/1938-1939), (Argentina): FM Minesweeper, (Denmark): FM class, (Albania): FM class / Shqipnia class, (Poland): FM class, (Iran): FM1 class, (Germany): Flachgehende Minensuchboote, Flachgehende Minensuchboote, Xanten 
  Kit manufacturer  Rhenania  
  Material  Fertigmodell  
  Origin country  Germany  
  Operator country  Germany For the class: Germany Poland Albania Portugal Iran Argentina Columbia Denmark Italy  Parent category: Latin America
  Built  14.1.2016   
  Topics  Minesweeper For the class: Destroyer {{eval IS(operator country,Germany)&&(IS(model,FM)_or_IS(model,UJ Xanten))&&IS(aera of use,)}} Minelayer  (Minesweeper:) Pics see
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Parent category: Ship
  Aera of use  WWI For the class: Interwar WW2  (WW2:) second world war
  Scale  1/1250  
  TextEN  FM1-FM66. Küsten- und Flussminensucher.
After the war FM5, 6, 20-22, 25, 26 and 36 remained in German fleet. FM2, 27, 28 and 31 were sold to Poland, FM16 and 23 to Albania, FM19 to Portugal and FM24 to Iran. No one ship from 2nd series (FM37-66) has become operational. They were partly broken up and partly sold to Argentina, Colombia, Denmark and Portugal, where they were completed as minesweepers or auxiliaries. 
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Model: HNLMS A Minesweeper
HNLMS A Minesweeper  class=A class Minesweeper
Model: Cha.113
HNLMS A Minesweeper, Cha.113  class=A class Minesweeper

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