The primary Warship of the early Imperial German Navy in World War I, The Wittlesbach-Class of ship was initially a series of 5 constructed warships (built between 1902 and 1904). The Class was around 14,000 tons (displaced) and stood roughly 80 feet tall (beam). They were powered by 3 steam boilers (triple screw). Capable of 20 miles per hour in open sea, this ship crewed around 650 men. They were heavily armed with 40 varying calibers of Moderate caliber cannon and small arms. They also featured close to 10-inches of armor plating (and steel). 1 of the Class was sunk in battle and the other 4 were broken up (in accordance with Treaty).