Carola, first of a class of four 2424-ton corvettes, was built at Stettin, Germany and commissioned in September 1881. She served overseas during the rest of the 1880s and was rerated as a gunnery training ship in 1893. Carola was sold in February 1906 and soon scrapped.
This page features the only view we have related to the German corvette and training ship Carola.
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Photo #: NH 88777
SMS Olga (German Corvette, 1881)
SMS Carola (German Corvette, 1881)
In the Albert drydock, Tanjong Tagar, Singapore, during the 1880s.
The original print was mounted in an Office of Naval Intelligence register.
U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph.
Online Image: 125KB; 555 x 765 pixels
Page made 23 March 2002