Goya(ship)
The Goya was a German transport ship sunk by a Soviet submarine in the Baltic Sea, near the end of the Second World War, while carrying wounded Wehrmacht troops and civilians who were fleeing the advance of Soviet forces. Most of the crew and passengers died. The sinking of the Goya was one of the biggest single-incident maritime losses of life of the war, and as such one of the largest maritime losses of life in history, with just 183 survivors among 7,000 passengers[citation needed] and crew.

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MV Goya - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
[edit source | edit]. The Goya was originally built as a freighter by the Akers Mekaniske Verksted shipyard in Oslo in 1940.
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WEC GOYA - Vessel's Details and Current Position - 9376050 ...
WEC GOYA Container ship IMO:9376050, MMSI:212777000, Call Sign:5BJB2. Ship's details and real-time data: maximum and average speed, last position, ...
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GOYA - Vessel's Details and Current Position - 9389825 - 259776000
GOYA Bulk carrier IMO:9389825, MMSI:259776000, Call Sign:LAFQ7. Ship's details and real-time data: maximum and average speed, last position, port arrivals, ...
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GOYA CARGO SHIP 1940-1945 - WRECK WRAK EPAVE WRACK ...
GOYA CARGO SHIP 1940-1945, wreck, wreck database.
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Goya sunk in the Baltic Sea - National this day in history | Examiner ...
Apr 16, 2010 ... April 16, 1945: A German refugee ship, Goya, is sunk by a Russian submarine. The ship was built as a freighter at the Akers Mekunika Verksted ...
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Goya - Tripod
A horrific number of deaths resulted, and five German merchant ships were involved. They were:- Wilhelm Gustloff, General Steuben, Goya, Cap Arcona and and ...
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The Complete Peter: The hard life of the ship Goya
Jan 18, 2009 ... The Goya had a vital part in my dad's story as the ship he journeyed to Australia in. Since identifying her and her role in my family history I ...
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Other Disasters - The Goya
From late autumn 1944 on, the Goya, as a refugee ship, crossed the Baltic 4 times, evacuating 19,785 people from East Prussia. On April 16, 1945, some 7000 ...
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Axis History Forum • The Sinking of the Goya
Why is it that the Goya receives hardly any mention despite being one ... That was the 3rd ship sunk around the same time as the WG & Goya.
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Norwegian Homefleet WW II - M/S Goya
Back to Goya on the "Homefleet Ships starting with G" page. From a visitor to my site, who says the picture is from May-1940 (she appears to be at Akers mek.
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Goya Foods Announces Promotions in Senior Management
... he optimized shipping routes for the company's Northern California and New ... Mr. Perez is a graduate of the University of Maryland where he received a BA ...
SS Goya - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
SS Goya was a Norwegian refugee ship that carried hundreds of Eastern ... the degree of M.A. in history at the University of Waikato (Waikato University, 1997).
Biography - Henry Goya Henry - Australian Dictionary of Biography
Henry Goya Henry (1901-1974), aviator and shipmaster, was born on 17 June ... ship; hoping to transfer later to medicine, he studied science at the University of ...
The Complete Peter: The hard life of the ship Goya
Jan 18, 2009 ... The Goya had a vital part in my dad's story as the ship he journeyed to .... At 18 I moved to Canberra where I attended university, studying ...
MV Goya - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
[edit source | edit]. The Goya was originally built as a freighter by the Akers Mekaniske Verksted shipyard in Oslo in 1940.
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Australian Migrant Ships 1946-1977
Australian Migrant Ships 1946-1977
Peter Plowman, 2006
GOYA. BUILT: 1939 by Bremer Vulkan, Vegesack TONNAGE: 6,996 gross DIMENSIONS: 438 x 58 ft (133.8 x 18 m) SERVICE SPEED: IS knots PROPULSION: Diesel/single screw This vessel was the first of a pair of ships ordered by a German ...
World War Ii Through the Eyes of A German Child
World War Ii Through the Eyes of A German Child
Reinhold Pflugfelder, 2011
By mid-April 1945, Papa's unit reached the Hela Peninsula on the Baltic Sea in East Prussia. The Goya was a German cargo ship that was used at the end of the war as a refugee ship to bring injured German soldiers and fleeing civilians away  ...
Soldiers Lost at Sea: A Chronicle of Troopship Disasters
Soldiers Lost at Sea: A Chronicle of Troopship Disasters
James E. Wise, Scott Baron, 2004
A. I. Marinseko's S13 had sunk two ships, with a loss of lives exceeding ten thousand. Goya Another German ship that suffered the same fate as the Gustloff ' and Steuben was Goya. Named for the Spanish painter who produced a series of  ...
Francisco Goya
Francisco Goya
Evan S. Connell, 2004
j He traveled through France, meaning that he didn't catch a ship from Barcelona or another Spanish port. ... French school showed new arrivals some letters on one of the most inaccessible points of the dome of St. Peter's: Goya's signature.
World War II at Sea: An Encyclopedia
World War II at Sea: An Encyclopedia
Spencer C. Tucker, Spencer Tucker, 2011
Goya,. Sinking. of. The sinking of three ships evacuating German personnel from the Baltic during January to April 1945 included history's worst maritime disaster. The 25,000-ton Wilhelm Gustlojf was launched in 1937 as the flagship of Adolf ...
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Goya Sunk | Little Bits of History
April 16, 1945: A German refugee ship, Goya, is sunk by a Russian submarine. The ship was built as a freighter at the Akers Mekunika Verksted shipyard in Oslo, Norway in 1940. She was 476 feet long and 57 feet wide and weighed 5,230 tons. Her top speed was 18 knots. During World War II,…
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The Complete Peter: The hard life of the ship Goya
The Goya had a vital part in my dad's story as the ship he journeyed to Australia in. Since identifying her and her role in my family history I wanted to know more about the ship, and her fate, in particular I wanted to locate a photograph.
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Stabswache de Euros: Refugee Ship MV Goya
Refugee Ship MV Goya The German Kriegsmarine scraped up whatever ships they could and sought to evacuate civilians and wounded soldiers. MV Goya was one such refugee ship.
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Goya Adobo With Cumin 8 oz in stock and ready to ship from The Latin Products. We stock Goya Adobo With Cumin 8 oz for .99 and we guarantee both superior quality and your complete satisfaction.
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The Sinking of the MV Goya
The sinking of the MV Goya was one of the worst ship disasters of all time. By "worst ship disaster," we mean deadliest ship disaster, and deadly it was. When the Goya sank, nearly all of the approximately 7,000 passengers and crew members on board the ship died. With a death toll near 7,000, it is the second deadliest disaster in recorded maritime history. The most deadly ship disaster involved the MV Wilhelm Gustloff, and the sinking of this vessel shares many similarities with the sinking of the Goya. Both were German ships that participated in World War II (WWII), both were taken down by Soviet submarines, and both were catastrophic in terms of loss of human life. Below is an overview of the Goya disaster, as well as the Goya's role in WWII.
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B NEW YORK, NY.- /B a href= http://www.sothebys.com target= _blank Sotheby’s /a announced the sale of eleven works from the estate of Greek
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A Boriqua in the UK: My Kingdom for some Goya Products!
You know us Puerto Ricans - our memories are made up of what and where we ate and with whom. And yes, in that order.
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Possibly the Greatest Disaster in Maritime History | History Stuff That Interests Me
April 16 1945 The Red Army has stormed into East Prussia and German Pomerania. The Germans who live there are terrified for good reason. The Red Army has been whipped into a revenge mode by the Soviet author Ilya Ehrenburg. Urged on by Stalin the Red Army would embark on an orgy of rape and destruction not…
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Commentary: Goya Facility Will Provide Positive Impact for Waller County Economy | InstantNewsKaty.com
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