Deutschland (1935) Heavy Cruiser

Afilliation Kriegsmarine 
Max Displacement 14,290
Main Guns 2 turrets (1 forward, 1 aft)
Sub Guns 10 (5 per side)
Torpedoes Yes 
Depth Charges No
Has Camouflage Yes
Cost 313,500
REXP 15,000
Required Level 27
Upgraded From Leipzig Class
Upgraded To Scharnhorst Class, Bayern Class

The Deutschland was a German heavy cruiser, leader of a class ships also known as pocket battleships. It was in service with the Kriegsmarine of Nazi Germany during World War II. Ordered built by the government of the Weimar Republic, it was laid down at the Deutsche Werke shipyard in Kiel in February 1929 and completed in April 1933. Originally classified as an armored ship -panzerschiff- by Reichsmarine in February 1940 the German navy reclassified the two surviving units of the class as heavy cruisers. In 1940 it was renamed Lützow after delivery of the heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper class Lützow the Soviet Union, where it was renamed Petropavlovsk.