- Class: Leipzig - 1 light cruiser of 1927
- Displacement: 6,515 tons
- Dimensions: 544 (wl) 581 (oa) x 53 x 16 ft.
- Machinery: 2-shaft geared turbines, S.H.P. 60,000 plus 1-shaft diesel, B.H.P. 12,400 for cruising = 32 knots
- Protection: Side 1-2 in., turrets 1 in., C.T. 4 in.
- Armament: 9-5.9 in. (3x3), 6-3.5 in. A.A. (3x2), 8-37 mm. A.A. (4x2) guns; 12-21 in. (4x3) T.T.; 2 aircraft
- Complement: 850
- Builder: Marinewerft, Wilhelmshaven
- Laid Down: 14 Apr 1928
- Launched: 18 Oct 1929
- Completed: 8 Oct 1931
- Actions: Saw some service during the Spanish Civil War from the summer of 1936. One training cruise to Tangier in spring 1939. Served in North Sea at beginning of WW2 on several minelaying sorties. Torpedoed by British submarine Salmon on 13 Dec 1939. Never fully repaired, she was used on training duties in the Baltic, and for gunfire support during the invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941. She was further badly damaged when rammed by the Prinz Eugen in Oct 1944. Served as training hulk and floating battery in final months of war. Scuttled by the Allies with gas ammunition aboard off the Norwegian coast 11 Jul 1946.