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Destroyers & Torpedo Boats of the Austro Hungarian Empire. During the war, these ships were mainly used for patrol, escort and minesweeping duties due to the age of the vessels. The more modern ships were used for offensive duties.

Ship Name Launch Date Fate

Destroyers

Husz? Class Destroyers
Husz? 31st May 1905 Wrecked on 3rd December 1908.
Ulan 8th April 1906 Ceded to Greece in 1920.
Streiter 16th June 1906 Collided with another vessel and sank on 16th April 1918.
Wildfang 29th August 1906 Mined on 4th June 1917.
Scharfschutze 5th December 1906 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently broken up.
Uskoke 20th July 1907 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently broken up.
Husz? (ii) 20th December 1910 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently broken up.
Turul 9th October 1908 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently broken up.
Pandur 25th October 1908 Ceded to France in 1920 and subsequently broken up.
Csik? 24th January 1909 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently broken up.
Reka 28th April 1909 Ceded to France in 1920 and subsequently broken up.
Dinara 16th October 1909 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently broken up.
Velebit 24th July 1909 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently broken up.
Warasdiner Class Destroyers
Warasdiner 1912 Launched as a Chinese ship called Lung Tuan she was taken over by the Austro-Hungarian Nay on 28th August 1914 and renamed. Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently broken up. 
T?ra Class Destroyers
T?ra 5th November 1912 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and renamed as Fasana then scrapped in 1923.
Balaton 16th November 1912 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and renamed as Zenson then scrapped in 1923.
Csepel 30th December 1912 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and renamed as Muggia. She was lost in bad weather on 25th March 1929.
Lika 15th March 1913 Mined on 29th December 1915.
Triglav 22nd December 1913 Mined on 29th December 1915.
Orjen 26th August 1913 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and renamed as Pola and again as Zenson in 1931 before being scrapped in 1937.
Triglav (ii) 24th February 1917 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and renamed Grado. Scrapped in 1937.
Lika (ii) 8th May 1917 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and renamed Cortellazzo and then scrapped in 1939.
Dukla 18th July 1917 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and renamed Monfalcone and then scrapped in 1939.
Uzsok 26th September 1917 Ceded to France in 1920 and renamed Le Matelot Leblanc and then scrapped in 1936.
Torpedo Boats
Kaiman Class
Kaiman 2nd June 1905 Renumbered as Tb50E (for England) April in 1910.
Anaconda 7th May 1906 Renumbered as Tb51T (T for Trieste) April in 1910.
Alligator 30th June 1906 Renumbered as Tb52T (T for Trieste) April in 1910.
Krokodil 25th July 1906 Renumbered as Tb53T (T for Trieste) April in 1910.
Wal 10th September 1909 Renumbered as Tb54T (T for Trieste) April in 1910.
Seehund 15th September 1906 Renumbered as Tb55T (T for Trieste) April in 1910.
Delphin 29th November 1906 Renumbered as Tb56T (T for Trieste) April in 1910.
Narwal 17th December 1906 Renumbered as Tb57T (T for Trieste) April in 1910.
Hai 23rd March 1907 Renumbered as Tb58T (T for Trieste) April in 1910.
Move 30th March 1907 Renumbered as Tb59T (T for Trieste) April in 1910.
Schwalbe 9th April 1907 Renumbered as Tb60T (T for Trieste) April in 1910.
Pinguin 18th April 1907 Renumbered as Tb61T (T for Trieste) April in 1910.
Drache 13th July `907 Renumbered as Tb62T (T for Trieste) April in 1910.
Grief 8th July 1907 Renumbered as Tb63T (T for Trieste) April in 1910.
Triton 18th July 1908 Renumbered as Tb64F (F for Fiume) April in 1910.
Hydra 11th October 1908 Renumbered as Tb65F (F for Fiume) April in 1910.
Skorpion 15th November 1908 Renumbered as Tb66F (F for Fiume) April in 1910.
Ph?ix 10th January 1909 Renumbered as Tb67F (F for Fiume) April in 1910.
Krake 7th February 1909 Renumbered as Tb68F (F for Fiume) April in 1910.
Polyp 17th April 1909 Renumbered as Tb69F (F for Fiume) April in 1910.
Echse 8th May 1909 Renumbered as Tb70F (F for Fiume) April in 1910.
Molch 14th July 1909 Renumbered as Tb71F (F for Fiume) April in 1910.
Kormoran 31st July 1909 Renumbered as Tb72F (F for Fiume) April in 1910.
Alk 2nd October 1909 Renumbered as Tb73F (F for Fiume) April in 1910.
Tb74 Class
Tb74 28th August 1913 Reallocated to Rumania in 1920 and renamed Viforul. Eventually taken out of service in 1927.
Tb75 20th November 1913 Reallocated to Rumania in 1920 and renamed Virtej. Eventually taken out of service in 1927.
Tb76 15th December 1913 Reallocated to Yugoslavia and renamed T1. Went to the Italian Navy in April 1941 as Tb76. Returned to Croatia in 1943, renamed Golesnica and served until 1959.
Tb77 30th January 1914 Reallocated to Yugoslavia and renamed T2. Went to the Italian Navy in April 1941 as Tb77. Taken out of service in 1939. Returned to Croatia in 1943, served as German TA48 but was bombed & sank on 20th Feb 1945.
Tb78 4th March 1914 Reallocated to Yugoslavia and renamed T3.Returned to Croatia
Tb79 30th April 1914 Reallocated to Yugoslavia and renamed T4. Stranded and lost in 1932.
Tb80 3rd August 1914 Reallocated to Rumania in 1920 and renamed Vijelia. Eventually taken out of service in 1927.
Tb81 6th August 1914 Reallocated to Rumania in 1920 and renamed Zborul. Eventually taken out of service in 1958.
Tb82F Class
Tb82F 11th August 1914 Reallocated to Rumania in 1920 and renamed Naluca. Bombed and sank in 1944 at Constanza.
Tb83F 7th November 1914 Reallocated to Rumania in 1920 and renamed Zmeul. Remained in service until 1958.
Tb84F 21st November 1914 Reallocated to Rumania in 1920 and renamed Fulgerul. She later capsized and sank on 8th February 1922.
Tb85F 5th December 1914 Sold to Portugal in 1920 and renamed Zezer. Grounded on 29th December 1921 while being towed to Portugal.
Tb86F 19th December 1914 Sold to Portugal in 1920 and renamed Ave. Grounded in 1940 and was lost.
Tb87F 20th March 1915 Sold to Yugoslavia in 1920 and renamed T5. Ceded to Italy in April 1941. served as Cer in the Yugoslav Navy until 1963.
Tb88F 24th April 1915 Sold to Portugal in 1920 and renamed Cavado. Grounded on 29th December 1921 while being towed to Portugal.
Tb89F 12th May 1915 Sold to Portugal in 1920 and renamed Sado.  Taken out of service in 1940.
Tb90F 28th May 1915 Sold to Portugal in 1920 and renamed Liz. Taken out of service in 1934.
Tb91F 21st June 1915 Sold to Portugal in 1920 and renamed Mondego.  Taken out of service in 1938.
Tb92F 29th September 1915 Sold to Greece in 1920 and renamed Panormos. Sank in 1928.
Tb93F 25th November 1915 Sold to Yugoslavia in 1920 and renamed T6. Ceded to Italy in April 1941. Scuttled on 11th September 1943.
Tb94F 8th March 1916 Sold to Greece in 1920 and renamed Proussa. Bombed by the Germans on 4th April 1941 and subsequently scuttled.
Tb95F 24th June 1916 Sold to Greece in 1920 and renamed Pergamos. Scuttled on 25th April 1941.
Tb96F 8th July 1916 Sold to Yugoslavia in 1920 and renamed T7. Ceded to Italy in April 1941. Stranded and was lost on 25th June 1944.
Tb97F 8th July 1916 Sold to Yugoslavia in 1920 and renamed T8. Ceded to Italy in April 1941. Bombed and sank on 10th September 1943.
Tb98M Class
Tb98M 18th November 1914 Sold to Greece in 1920 and renamed Kyzikos. Scuttled on 25th April 1941.
Tb99M 17th December 1914 Sold to Greece in 1920 and renamed Kios. Bombed and scuttled on 23rd April 1941.
Tb100M 15th January 1915 Sold to Greece in 1920 and renamed Kidoniai. Bombed and sank on 26th April 1941.
TbI Class
TbI 12th August 1909 Renamed as Tb1 in 1910. Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently scrapped.
TbII 27th September 1909 Renamed as Tb2 in 1910. Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently scrapped.
TbIII 8th November 1909 Renamed as Tb3 in 1910. Ceded to Italy in 1920 and served with customs until 1925.
TBIV 2nd December 1909 Renamed as Tb4 in 1910. Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently scrapped.
TbV 30th December 1909 Renamed as Tb5 in 1910. Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently scrapped.
TbVI January 1910 Renamed as Tb6 in 1910. Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently scrapped.
TbVII Class
TbVII 30th January 1910 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and served with customs until 1926.
TbVIII 24th February 1910 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently scrapped.
TbIX 22nd March 1910 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently scrapped.
TbX 14th May 1910 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently scrapped.
TbXI 24th May 1910 After a mutiny aboard the ship, the crew gave it to the Italians in 1917. Her name was changed to Francesco Rismondo but she was eventually taken out of service in 1925.
TbXII 31st May 1910 Ceded to Italy in 1920 and subsequently scrapped.

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