The sinking of the Wilhelm Gustloff was the most deadly disasters during World War 2. The Wilhelm Gustloff was built and named by no other than Adolf Hitler. It was for a German Military Transport Ship when being planned out. The Wilhelm Gustloff started construction on August 1st, 1936 in Germany. The ships material was steel and it had MAN diesels with twin screws. It was designed to hold up to 1,465 passengers in 489 cabins. The Wilhelm Gustloff could travel up to 15.5 knots, also it was 77ft wide and the length was 684 ft. Wilhelm Gustloff had very modern interiors, special class of vessel, and was 511 yards. The ship was used for 3 things. It was first a cruise the a hospital, after that it was used for a Navy ship. On the night of
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