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Max Schulz was a Type 1934 destroyer in the German Kriegsmarine,
named after Max Schulz who commanded the torpedo boat V69 and was
killed in action in January 1917. She was launched on 30 November
1935 at Deutsche Werke in Kiel and entered service on 8 April 1937.
The ship displaced 3,156 tons, had a length of 119.3 m and a beam
of 11.3 m, and could steam at 38.2 knots. The armament comprised
five 12.7 cm guns in single turrets, four 3.7 cm AA guns, six 2 cm
Anti-aircraft guns, and eight 53.3 cm torpedo tubes.
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