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Old 31-01-2010, 13:39
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As I know before ww1 some countries buy from AH the ships they needed. After ww1 most of AH ships were given like war reparations . So after ww1 many ships of AH NAVY served in Greece, Yugoslavian ,Romanian navyes and allothers . In Romanian Navy have served during ww1 and ww2 river monitors and highsee torpedoboats who served in Austro-Hungarian Navy . For pics see Romanian Royal Navy and if you are interested you don't have only to ask !
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Old 31-01-2010, 14:15
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Here are some high-sea torpedoboats serving in Romanian Royal Navy after ww1 . These ships were received like war rapparations after ww1 !
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Old 31-01-2010, 14:28
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There are also seven Austro-Hungarian monitors who served in Romanian Royal Navy :I.C.Bratianu,Mihail Kogalniceanu,A.Lahovary and L.Catargiu that Romania Kinggdom buyed from Austro-Hungary before ww1 and fight in ww1, and BUCOVINA-ex.SAVA, BASARABIA-ex.INN and ARDEAL-ex.TEMES . More pics and questions in Romanian Royal NAVY .
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Old 06-02-2010, 10:44
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Austro-Hungarian highsea torpedoboats who served in GREEK NAVY :TB-100 KIDONIA, TB-99 KIOS, TB-98 KYZIKOS, TB-94 PANORMOS, TB-95 PERGAMOS and TB-92 PROUSSA .
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Old 06-02-2010, 10:56
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Austro-Hungarian highsea torpedoboats who served in YUGOSLAVIAN NAVY . They are named t1, t2 ...etc. : T1-TB76 GOLESNICA, T2-TB77, T3-TB78, T4-TB79, T5-TB87 CER, T6-TB93, T7-TB96, T8-TB97, T9-TB60, T10-TB61, T11-TB69 and T12-TB54 .
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Old 11-02-2010, 16:43
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Dorupantos,

Excellent photos! Keep them coming!

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Old 11-02-2010, 21:08
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Dear Keblin ,
I hope that also other "mariners fans" post information and pics regarding this thread ! Till now look in RRN .
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Old 13-02-2010, 20:59
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Thank you, Dorupantos.

I have looked in the RRN. I see what you mean.

Excellent!
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Does the "Danube Flotilla" remain in any form I see that some former Yugoslav Nesta class river minesweepers were used by (Austro)-Hungary as monitor ships (back to WWI) but with some last reference around 1930 indicating they were alive and well at that time. Never saw much on the river 'cept tourist boats on my various visits to Hungary but I guess they at least dredge from time to time .

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Hi Derek,

There is a thread HERE relating to the Danube Flotilla that you may find of interest.

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Old 20-12-2011, 16:31
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The Portuguese Navy also recieved A-H ships.
They were all Torpedo-boats of the 82F class.

Zezere. (ex-85F). Never served in the PN. Lost on way from Adriatic to Portugal.
Ave. (ex-86F). Discarded 1940.
Cavado. (ex-88F). Never served in the PN. Lost on way from Adriatic to Portugal.
Sado. (ex-89F). Discarded 1940.
Liz. (ex-90F). Discarded 1934.
Mondego. (ex-91F). Discarded 1938.
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Austro-Hungarian highsea torpedoboats who served in GREEK NAVY :TB-100 KIDONIA, TB-99 KIOS, TB-98 KYZIKOS, TB-94 PANORMOS, TB-95 PERGAMOS and TB-92 PROUSSA .
In the issue 128 (6/2014) of the magazine Okręty Wojenne there is an article on the ex-AH torpedoboats of the Greek Navy.
An interesting piece is that PRUSA which was sunk in Corfu in April 1941 was raised by the Italians and was taken to Fiume for assesments. She was scrapped next year due to the extend of her damages.
Here is the first page of the article:

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Old 17-08-2016, 19:23
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A few more A-H ships that went on to serve other flags.
5 Motor Minesweepers were captured/purchased in the Crimea.

Motorboot 'a', 'b', 'c' went to Hungary as Honved, Huszar and Tuzer.
Motorboot 'd' went to SHS Yugoslavia as V.2.
Motorboot 'e' went to Hungary name unknown.

'a' - 'd' were 25t armed with 2 x MG.
'e' was 20t armed with 2 x MG.
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River Monitor SMS Enns pictured under repair at Obuda Shipyard,Budapest in 1915......The Yugoslav Monitor Drava was a River Monitor operated by the Royal Yugoslav Navy between 1921 and 1941. She was originally built for the Austro-Hungarian Navy as the name ship of the Enns-Class River Monitors. As SMS Enns, she was part of the Danube Flotilla during World War I, and fought against the Serbian and Romanian armies from Belgrade to the lower Danube. In October 1915, she was covering an amphibious assault on Belgrade when she was holed below the waterline by a direct hit, and had to be towed to Budapest for repairs. After brief service with the Hungarian People's Republic at the end of the war, she was transferred to the newly created Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (later Yugoslavia), and renamed Drava. She remained in service throughout the interwar period, but was not always in full commission due to budget restrictions.
During the German-led Axis invasion of Yugoslavia in April 1941, Drava spent six days shelling airfields near Mohács in Hungary and fought off a small flotilla of Hungarian Gunboats. On 12th April, she was attacked by Junkers Ju 87 Stuka dive bombers of the Luftwaffe. The Anti-Aircraft gunners on the ship claimed three enemy aircraft, but nine of the Stukas scored hits. Most of these had little effect, but the last bomb dropped straight down Drava's funnel and exploded in her engine room, killing 54 of the crew, including her captain, Aleksandar Berić. Only 13 of the crew survived. She was raised and scrapped by Hungary during their occupation of parts of Yugoslavia. Berić was posthumously awarded the Order of Karađorđe's Star for his sacrifice, and the base of the Serbian River Flotilla at Novi Sad is named after him.
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