|Operation "Berlin" (22 January - 22 March 1941)|
|The Scharnhorst in Norway 30 December 1940 after abandoning the first attempt at a break-out into the Atlantic with her sister ship, the Gneisenau. Later that day the Scharnhorst and the Gneisenau headed back to Germany. In the foreground a harbour defense ship can be seen.|
|Two photographs taken from the bridge of the Scharnhorst. Ahead of the Scharnhorst the flagship Gneisenau can be seen.|
|Crewmembers of some of the engaged merchant ships during Operation "Berlin" is taken on board the Scharnhorst.|
|Crewmembers of the Scharnhorst having a talk with a crewmember of one of the merchant ships during Operation "Berlin".||The Scharnhorst seen from the Gneisenau off New-foundland. In the foreground a look-out on the Gneisenau can be seen.|
|The Scharnhorst in the Atlantic. This photograph was taken from sistership Gneisenau during Operation "Berlin".|
|The Scharnhorst as seen from the Gneisenau during Operation "Berlin".||The Scharnhorst, in March 1941, seen from the German submarine U-124 in the Atlantic during Operation "Berlin".|
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