D.K.M. Graf Zeppelin
- Class: Graf Zeppelin - 2 aircraft carriers of 1936
- Displacement: 23,200 tons
- Dimensions: 820 x 88.5 x 18.5 ft.
- Machinery: 4-shaft geared turbines, S.H.P. 200,000 = 33.5 knots
- Armor: Sides 4 in., decks 2 in.
- Armament: 16-5.9 in (8x2), 12-4.1 in. A.A. (6x2), 22-37 mm. A.A. (11x2) guns
- Aircraft: 40
- Complement: 1,760
- Builder: Deutsche Werke, Kiel
- Laid down: 28 Dec 1936
- Launched: 8 Dec 1938
- Service: Originally planned to carry 12 Ju87D dive bombers and 30 Me109F fighters, later altered to 28 Ju87D and 12 Me109G aircraft. Work suspended Apr 1940, re-commenced Jul 1940, but slowly due to production difficulties with catapults, arrester gear and modifications to aircraft. Work stopped 1943. Scuttled, Stettin 24 Apr 1945, raised 1946/47 and towed to Swinemunde. Capsized in Gulf of Finland 1947 whilst on tow to Russia. Broken up Leningrad 1948/49.
Hull of sister ship completed up to armoured deck but never launched and broken up on stocks. Name speculated to be Peter Strasser.