GERMAN BATTLESHIP TIRIPITZ
Tirpitz was commissioned on the 25th Feb 1941 and was as the largest German ship to ever be produced. Bismarck class Battleship with a complement of 103 Officers and 1962 enlisted men.
After completing sea trials Tirpitz was sent to Norway in order to hold the soviet fleet at bay and protect against allied invasion. It also had the bonus effect of forcing the Royal naval to position extra ships in the North Sea so the Tirpitz could not gain access to the Atlantic Ocean
Sunk by Royal Air Force bombers on 12 November 1944