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fighting ships of the world

ROYAL DUTCH NAVY (NETHERLANDS)

CONVERTED MERCHANT VESSELS

auxiliary minesweepers of WWII

100 - 1000 BRT

Alkmaar (1914, 310, 1939 - ?/5/1940), Alma (1915, 206, 1940 - 1943), Amsterdam (1913, 241, 1940 - 1943), Aneta (1916, 261, 1939 - ?/5/1940), Antje (1931, 183, 4/1940 - 1940), Azimuth (1911, 229, 1939 - ?/5/1940), Bergen (1907, 236, 1940 - 1942), Bloemendaal (1917, 242, 1940 - 1943), Bruinvisch (1929, 164, 1941 - 1943), Caroline (1930, 253, 1940 - 28/4/1941), Claesje (1933, 229, 3/1940 - 1946), Dirkje (1934, 233, 3/1940 - 1946), Dolfijn, 1942- Goeree (1920, 168, 1941 - 1945), En Avant (1911, 264, 1939 - 1945), Eveline (1912, 206, 1940 - 27/1/1942), Ewald (1912, 209, 1939 - 1945), Gerberdina Johanna (1912, 255, 1940 - 1947), Hercules (1905, 255, 1940 - 1942), Hollandia (1917, 220, 1939 - /5/1940), Isabel (1906, 166, 1941 - 1944), Jacqueline Clasine (1906, 206, 1941 - 1943), Libra (1908, 233, 1940 - 1943), Limburgia (, 217, 1940 - ?/5/1940), Maria Elizabeth (1914, 310, 1941 - 1945), Maria R. Ommering (1914, 216, 1939 - 1943), Maria van Hattum (1925, 293, 1940 - ?/5/1940), Noordsvaarder (1897, 179, 1939 - 1947), Rotterdam (1916, 231, 1939 - 1943), Uiver (1902, 216, 1940 - 1942), Vikingbank (1927, 335, 1940 - 1946), Walrus (1929, 372, 1939 - ?/5/1940), Witte Zee (, 226, 1939 - ?/5/1940), Zwarte Zee, 1941- Ijmuiden (1899, 194, 1941 - 1942), Enen (1929, 257, 1 x 1 - 76/40, 7/1940 - 8/1945), Femern (1930, 257, 1 x 1 - 76/40, 7/1940 - 8/1945), Toern (1932, 257, 1 x 1 - 76/40, 7/1940 - 8/1945), Jean Frederic (1919, 329, 11/1940 - 1/5/1941), Notre-Dame de France (1931, 433, 11/1940 - 1/1942)

Ship project history: Ex-trawlers and drifters.

Modernizations: None.

Naval service: No significant events.

Ivan Gogin, 2011-14