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MS Togo was a German merchant ship that was launched in 1938. Requisitioned by Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine as Schiff 14, in April 1940 she participated in the invasion of Norway; in August 1940 was converted to a minelayer as part of the German plan to invade England; then from June 1941 she began conversion to the armed auxiliary cruiser (Hilfskreuzer) HSK Coronel. As NJL Togo, she was the second of the Kriegsmarine's World War II radar ships, and the only one to survive the war.

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  • Togo
  • Lacasielle, then Topeka
  • Schiff 14
  • Svalbard, then Tilthorn and Stella Marina
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  • *HSK-10
  • *Raider K
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  • MS Togo was a German merchant ship that was launched in 1938. Requisitioned by Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine as Schiff 14, in April 1940 she participated in the invasion of Norway; in August 1940 was converted to a minelayer as part of the German plan to invade England; then from June 1941 she began conversion to the armed auxiliary cruiser (Hilfskreuzer) HSK Coronel. As NJL Togo, she was the second of the Kriegsmarine's World War II radar ships, and the only one to survive the war.
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  • German night fighter direction vessel Togo
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  • MS Togo was a German merchant ship that was launched in 1938. Requisitioned by Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine as Schiff 14, in April 1940 she participated in the invasion of Norway; in August 1940 was converted to a minelayer as part of the German plan to invade England; then from June 1941 she began conversion to the armed auxiliary cruiser (Hilfskreuzer) HSK Coronel. Following Coronel's unsuccessful attempt in February 1943 to become the last German commerce raider of World War II, she was then used as a minesweeper (Sperrbrecher) before being recommissioned in late 1943 as NJL Togo, a night fighter direction vessel (Nachtjagdleitschiff), operating in the Baltic Sea. As NJL Togo, she was the second of the Kriegsmarine's World War II radar ships, and the only one to survive the war. After the war, Togo passed through various changes of ownership, name and function before finally being wrecked off the Mexican coast in 1984.
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  • Requisitioned byKriegsmarine, 1939
  • War booty, 1945; transferred from UK to USA, then to Norway
  • *Coatzacoalcos, Mexico
  • *Ran aground on 21 November 1984
  • Transferred to theLuftwaffe, 1943
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