Hans Lüdemann

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Marine Engineer Hans Lüdemann (died 1913) was a German sailor who died saving his ship, Torpedo Boat S148, after a boiler room explosion. His actions saved many lives. A World War II German destroyer, Z18, which was scuttled in the Battle of Narvik was named Hans Lüdemann in his honour.

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