SMS Frithjof was the third vessel of the six-member Siegfried class of coastal defense ships (Küstenpanzerschiffe) built for the German Imperial Navy. Her sister ships were Siegfried, Beowulf, Heimdall, Hildebrand, and Hagen. Frithjof was built by the AG Weser shipyard between 1890 and 1893, and was armed with a main battery of three 24-centimeter (9.4 in) guns. She served in the German fleet throughout the 1890s and was rebuilt in 1900 - 1902. She served in the VI Battle Squadron after the outbreak of World War I in August 1914, but saw no action. Frithjof was demobilized in 1915 and used as a barracks ship thereafter. She was rebuilt as a merchant ship in 1923 and served in this capacity until she was broken up for scrap in 1930.

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  • Die SMS Frithjof war das dritte Schiff der Siegfried-Klasse, einer Klasse von acht Küstenpanzerschiffen der Kaiserlichen Marine. Die Schiffe wurden ursprünglich als Panzerschiffe IV. Klasse bezeichnet, jedoch ab 1899 als Küstenpanzerschiffe klassifiziert. (de)
  • SMS Frithjof was the third vessel of the six-member Siegfried class of coastal defense ships (Küstenpanzerschiffe) built for the German Imperial Navy. Her sister ships were Siegfried, Beowulf, Heimdall, Hildebrand, and Hagen. Frithjof was built by the AG Weser shipyard between 1890 and 1893, and was armed with a main battery of three 24-centimeter (9.4 in) guns. She served in the German fleet throughout the 1890s and was rebuilt in 1900 - 1902. She served in the VI Battle Squadron after the outbreak of World War I in August 1914, but saw no action. Frithjof was demobilized in 1915 and used as a barracks ship thereafter. She was rebuilt as a merchant ship in 1923 and served in this capacity until she was broken up for scrap in 1930. (en)
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  • 1893-02-23 (xsd:date)
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  • 1891-07-21 (xsd:date)
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  • Rebuilt as merchant ship, 1923; scrapped atDanzig, 1930
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  • as built
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  • *3 × guns *8 × guns *4 × torpedo tubes
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  • *Waterline belt: *Deck: *Conning tower:
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  • *20 officers *256 enlisted men
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  • February 1890
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  • *2 shafts *2 Triple-expansion steam engines *4 locomotive boilers
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  • Die SMS Frithjof war das dritte Schiff der Siegfried-Klasse, einer Klasse von acht Küstenpanzerschiffen der Kaiserlichen Marine. Die Schiffe wurden ursprünglich als Panzerschiffe IV. Klasse bezeichnet, jedoch ab 1899 als Küstenpanzerschiffe klassifiziert. (de)
  • SMS Frithjof was the third vessel of the six-member Siegfried class of coastal defense ships (Küstenpanzerschiffe) built for the German Imperial Navy. Her sister ships were Siegfried, Beowulf, Heimdall, Hildebrand, and Hagen. Frithjof was built by the AG Weser shipyard between 1890 and 1893, and was armed with a main battery of three 24-centimeter (9.4 in) guns. She served in the German fleet throughout the 1890s and was rebuilt in 1900 - 1902. She served in the VI Battle Squadron after the outbreak of World War I in August 1914, but saw no action. Frithjof was demobilized in 1915 and used as a barracks ship thereafter. She was rebuilt as a merchant ship in 1923 and served in this capacity until she was broken up for scrap in 1930. (en)
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  • SMS Frithjof (de)
  • SMS Frithjof (en)
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  • Frithjof (en)
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