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Count Dohna and His SeaGull ©

Fair wind and sunlit sky.

Although this site relates accounts primarily of the SeaGull we at the site are interested in all aspects of the history of German surface raiders in World War I. In-depth research on these events is still ongoing. Information presented herein is considered generally accurate, but subject to change in light of new findings. Errors may exist, there is hardly such a thing as "fact", there is only fallible observation.
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Who's At the Helm

Saint-Patrick Enright
Project Director and Principal Investigator
A retired Physicist with way too much time on his hands. The Web Site is, as you can see, under development with a book detailing the exploits of SeaGull to follow. Saint-Patrick also developed the Dinosaurs in the Deep© Web Site and is the historian for the SS Mount Temple Project ©.

Who's in the Crew

Maxx Currey, Translator
Maxx has provided invaluable encouragement and assistance with translations from the German language to English.
Christine J. C. Knight, Translator
Tina has been able to translate some of the more subtle articles from the German language to English.


For Allan Cline and Lynn Holtzman,
and all the brilliant technical and creative people in our lives.

And the absolutely fabulous Katie Houlahan Dolan,
who touched so very many, many lives. She is missed.

In Remembrance of
Margarethe Nora Clementine
Burggrafine und Grafine zu Dohna-Schlodien

Margaret Roberts passed away peacefully on Sunday, October 7, 2007 surrounded by her children in Tucson, Arizona. Born Countess Margarethe zu Dohna-Schlodien on June 28th, 1919, Margaret was the daughter of Count Nikolaus zu Dohna-Schlodien and Countess Hildegard zu Dohna-Schlodien (von Reichenau). A member of one of Germany's oldest aristocratic families, Margaret's father was a highly decorated Navy Captain, Commander of SMS SeaGull, and personal Aide-de-Camp to Kaiser Wilhelm II. Margaret was preceded in death by her husband, Charles (2002) and her older sister, Baroness Marion von Laffert (1962). She is survived by her sister, Hilda-Maria Oberlander (Countess zu Dohna-Schlodien) and husband, Horst.

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