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Logs, Journals, and Navigation Books of Dutch Commercial and Naval Vessels, compiled 1902 - 1918

ARC Identifier 1740121 / MLR Number I-18 296

Series from Record Group 45: Naval Records Collection of the Office of Naval Records and Library, 1691 - 1945

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Creator(s):Department of the Navy. Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. Office of Naval Intelligence. (1915 - 1922)
Type(s) of Archival Materials:Textual Records

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Other Title(s):Logs, Journals, and Navigation Books of German and Dutch Commercial and Naval Vessels
Inclusive Dates:1902 - 1918
Part Of:Record Group 45: Naval Records Collection of the Office of Naval Records and Library, 1691 - 1945
Arrangement:Arranged by name of vessel.
Access Restriction(s):Unrestricted
Use Restriction(s):Unrestricted
General Note(s):This series formerly contained records for the German commerical vessels Grier, Libengels, Oldenwald, and Prinz Eiter Friedrich; and the Imperial German Navy vessels Planet, Condor, Mowe, and Cormoran. There was also an account book and a journal of two unnamed Russian vessels manned by Germans. These records were returned to Germany after being filmed as National Archives Microfilm Publication M2089 (Selected German Documents from the Records of the Naval Records Collection of the Naval Records and Library, 1897 - 1917).
Variant Control Number(s):Former HMS/MLR Entry Number: UD 464D
HMS/MLR Entry Number: I-18 296
Inventory Entry Number: 296
This entry is located in the "Inventory of the Naval Records Collection of the Office of Naval Records and Library" (I-18).
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Custodial History Note:The German logs formerly located in this series were returned to Germany on April 26, 2006. Only the Dutch logs remain in custody at the National Archives.



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