USS DeKalb (ID-3010) was a German mail ship Prinz Eitel Friedrich that served during the early part of the First World War as an auxiliary cruiser (Hilfkreuzer) in the German Navy and later after the US entry into the war, as US Navy troop ship. Post war she returned to civilian service as the US transatlantic liner SS Mount Clay.

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  • USS DeKalb (ID-3010) was a German mail ship Prinz Eitel Friedrich that served during the early part of the First World War as an auxiliary cruiser (Hilfkreuzer) in the German Navy and later after the US entry into the war, as US Navy troop ship. Post war she returned to civilian service as the US transatlantic liner SS Mount Clay. (en)
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  • 1919-09-22 (xsd:date)
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  • 1904-10-13 (xsd:date)
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  • 1904-06-18 (xsd:date)
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  • Scrapped 1934
  • Seized April 1917
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  • four guns, six guns
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  • * 158 1st Class, *156 2nd Class, *48 3rd class, *plus 706 'tween deck passengers
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  • Interned April 1915
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  • * 222 men; * 534 officers and enlisted crew
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  • United States
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  • ID-3010
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  • 4895000 (xsd:integer)
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  • 2 (xsd:integer)
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  • *1917 *1920
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  • SS Mount Clay
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  • 8865 (xsd:integer)
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  • USS DeKalb (ID-3010) was a German mail ship Prinz Eitel Friedrich that served during the early part of the First World War as an auxiliary cruiser (Hilfkreuzer) in the German Navy and later after the US entry into the war, as US Navy troop ship. Post war she returned to civilian service as the US transatlantic liner SS Mount Clay. (en)
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  • USS DeKalb (ID-3010) (en)
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  • USS DeKalb (en)
  • Prinz Eitel Friedrich (en)
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