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Hagen - (1913-1914)
"Hagen" was build in 1913 for the DAPG and was laid up in NewYork in 1914.
Taken over by Standard Oil Co. New Jersey in 1915 as "Glenpool".
 
Drawing by Karl-Heinz Schwadtke.
 
"Hagen".

Additional Info by Starke & Schell Registers :

1913 - HAGEN     GE    2M (aft)     (9½)
5,460 GRT for Deutsch. - Amerik. Petroleum Ges., Hamburg     400.0 x 53.2
Tanker built by Fried. Krupp A.G., Kiel     (3)     #186
at New York, August 1914, transferred to U.S. flag
1915 - GLENPOOL, Standard Oil Co. (New Jersey), Bayonne,  USA  213369
1919 - converted to steamship, 2T (10½ kn)
1927 - Standard Shipping Co., Wilmington, Del.
1935 - Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey, Wilmington, Del.
1945 - U. S. War Shipping Administration / U. S. Maritime Commission, Wilmington, Del.
Sold to Purdy Company and broken up at New Orleans 1947 by New Orleans Shipbreaking Co.,
work began 11.08.1947.

The Miramar Ship Index for "HAGEN"
IDNo:
2213369
Year:
1913
Name:
HAGEN
Keel:
Type:
Tanker
Launch Date:
Flag:
DEU
Date of completion:
03.1913

DWT:
Yard No:
186
Length overall:
Ship Design:
LPP:
121.9
Country of build:
DEU
Beam:
16.2
Builder:
Krupp Germania
Material of build:
Location of yard:
Kiel
Number of screws/Mchy/Speed(kn):
2D-9.5

Subsequent History:
1915 GLENPOOL -
[ 1919 reengined 2 Steam Triple 101/2 ]

Disposal Data:
Scrapped at New Orleans 11.08.1947.

History:
ON  
ID  
Year built
Name  
Tons  
Name change  
Main Owner
2213369
1913
HAGEN   
5460
Deutsch-Am.Petrol.
213369
2213369
1913
GLENPOOL
5460
1915
Standard Oil Co NJ