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Question 1: Seydlitz was 200 m (660 ft) long at the ________, and 200.6 m (658 ft) overall.
Hull (watercraft)Classification societyStability conditions (watercraft)Waterline

Question 2: The ship had a standard complement of 43 officers and 1025 men, and while she served as the ________ flagship, she was manned by an additional 13 officers and 62 men.
I Scouting GroupSMS SeydlitzSMS Moltke (1910)SMS Derfflinger

Question 3: The ship also saw some limited action in the ________, when she provided screening for the German flotilla that attempted to clear the Gulf of Riga in 1915.
Baltic SeaArctic OceanBlack SeaNorth Sea

Question 4: [13] The flotilla arrived off ________ at daybreak the following morning and bombarded the port, while the light cruiser Stralsund laid a minefield.
CromerGreat YarmouthWells-next-the-SeaGorleston

Question 5: She was named after Friedrich Wilhelm von Seydlitz, a Prussian general during the reign of King ________ and the Seven Years' War.
Joseph II, Holy Roman EmperorFrederick II of PrussiaCatherine II of RussiaVoltaire

Question 6: The turbines were powered by 27 marine ________ with 52 fire boxes—2 fire boxes per boiler—divided into three engine rooms.
Boiler (steam generator)CoalBoilerFurnace

Question 7: In 1909, the Reichsmarineamt (Navy Department) requested Admiral ________, the State Secretary, provide them with the improvements that would be necessary for the next battlecruiser design.
Wilhelm II, German EmperorKaiserliche MarineAlfred von TirpitzWorld War I

Question 8: [4] The ship carried a number of smaller boats, including one picket boat, three barges, two launches, two yawls, and two ________.
Punt (boat)DinghyYachtWindsurfing

Question 9: Seydlitz participated in many of the large fleet actions during the ________, including the battles of Dogger Bank and Jutland in the North Sea.
Caucasus CampaignWestern Front (World War I)World War IArmenian Genocide

Question 10: On 22 May 1913 the ship was commissioned into the German fleet, manned by the crew of the old ________ Yorck, which had been recently transferred to the reserve fleet.
BattlecruiserArmored cruiserHMS Dreadnought (1906)Invincible class battlecruiser


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