ORP Mazur, torpedo boat of V-105 class.

Launched in 1914 in Szczecin, Poland (then German Empire). In 1915 commissioned as V-105 in Kaiserliche Marine. In 1921 acquired by Poland and in 1922 commissioned as ORP Mazur in Polska Marynarka Wojenna. Sunk 1 IX 1939 in port of Oksywie by German Junkers Ju 87B Stuka bombers. Wreck later scrapped by the Germans.
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ORP Mazur in the years 1931-1935 after first rebuilt.

ORP Mazur in the years 1931-1935 after first rebuilt.

ORP Mazur and ORP Kaszub at sea c. 1928.

ORP Mazur and ORP Kaszub at sea c. 1928.

Wreck of bombed ORP Mazur in port of Oksywie, Poland. Photograph taken in late 1939.

Wreck of bombed ORP Mazur in port of Oksywie, Poland. Photograph taken in late 1939.

Wreck of bombed ORP Mazur in port of Oksywie, Poland. Photograph taken in late 1939.

Wreck of bombed ORP Mazur in port of Oksywie, Poland. Photograph taken in late 1939.

ORP Mazur or ORP Kaszub at sea.

ORP Mazur or ORP Kaszub at sea.

ORP Mazur (far right). Photograph taken c. 1932.

ORP Mazur (far right). Photograph taken c. 1932.

ORP Mazur in port of Oksywie, Poland c. 1938.

ORP Mazur in port of Oksywie, Poland c. 1938.

From right to left going up the stairs of ORP Mazur are President of Poland Ignacy Mościcki, Rear Admiral Józef Unrug and Captain Stefan Kryński. Photogaph taken 11 VII 1937 in port of Gdynia, Poland.

From right to left going up the stairs of ORP Mazur are President of Poland Ignacy Mościcki, Rear Admiral Józef Unrug and Captain Stefan Kryński. Photogaph taken 11 VII 1937 in port of Gdynia, Poland.

Crew of ORP Mazur. Photograph taken between 1922 and 1931.

Crew of ORP Mazur. Photograph taken between 1922 and 1931.

ORP Mazur (on the right) after first rebuilt. Photograph taken c.1932 in port of Gdynia, Poland.

ORP Mazur (on the right) after first rebuilt. Photograph taken c.1932 in port of Gdynia, Poland.

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