Jump to navigation Jump goya PDF search This article is about the German transport ship. For the Norwegian refugee ship, see SS Goya. Goya was a Norwegian motor freighter. Completed in 1940 for Johan Ludwig Mowinckel Rederi company, she was named after Francisco de Goya.
Near the end of the Second World War, the ship took part in Operation Hannibal, the evacuation of German military personnel and civilians from German-held pockets along the Baltic Sea. Most of the crew and passengers died. The sinking of Goya was one of the biggest single-incident maritime losses of life of the war, and as such one of the largest maritime losses of life in history, with just 183 survivors among roughly 6,700 passengers and crew. Goya was originally built as a freighter by the Akers Mekaniske Verksted shipyard in Oslo in 1940.
5,230 GRT, and a top speed of 18 knots. In 1945, during Operation Hannibal, Goya was used as both an evacuation ship and Wehrmacht troop transport, moving people from the eastern and southern Baltic to the west. Her commanding officer was Captain Plünnecke. Hel Peninsula and across the Baltic Sea to Kiel in western Germany.
Four hours after leaving the port, close to the southern tip of Hel Peninsula, the convoy was attacked by Soviet bombers. During the air raids one of the bombs hit Goya, but damage was minimal. As the ship sank in under four minutes, most passengers either went down with her or died of hypothermia in the icy waters of the Baltic Sea. The exact death toll is difficult to estimate. The exact number of survivors is also a matter of dispute.
However, other figures are also used, notably 172 and 183. On 26 August 2002, the wreck was discovered by Polish technical divers Grzegorz Dominik, Michał Porada and Marek Jagodziński, who also salvaged the ship’s compass. Exactly 58 years after the sinking of Goya, the wreck was located on 16 April 2003 by an international expedition under the direction of Ulrich Restemeyer with the help of 3D-Sonar scanning. The position records of Goya’s accompanying ships were found to be incorrect, probably made during a hasty escape. Baltic Sea and is in remarkably good condition, though covered with nets. Survivors have mourned the tragedy by laying wreaths at the surface to show condolences to the 7,000 people who were killed here. Shortly after the discovery, the wreck was officially declared a war grave by the Polish Maritime Office in Gdynia.
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Ernst Fredmann: Sie kamen übers Meer – Die größte Rettungsaktion der Geschichte, Pfälzische Verlagsges. Williams, David, Wartime Disasters at Sea. Near Yeovil: Patrick Stephens Limited, 1997. Francisco Goya, realizzato nel 1820 e conservato al Minneapolis Institute of Art.
Nel 1819, immediatamente dopo il trasferimento nella Quinta del Sordo, Goya iniziò ad accusare i segni di una debilitante malattia che lo stava quasi trascinando alla morte. Riuscì a sopravvivere solo grazie alle attente ed affettuose cure del dottor Arrieta. In questo quadro, infatti, Goya si autoritrae malato, agonizzante e completamente privo di forze. Quest’autoritratto, l’ultimo lasciatoci dal pittore aragonese, si può benissimo considerare un commosso ex voto pittorico dipinto in segno di ringraziamento per essere sfuggito alla morte per l’ennesima volta.
1819, a los setenta y tres de su edad. Goya, grato, all’amico Arrieta, per la cura e l’attenzione con cui gli salvò la vita durante la sua acuta e pericolosa malattia insorta alla fine del 1819, all’età di settantatré anni. Nel quadro il dottor Arrieta è ritratto mentre assiste il paziente con tenerezza e competenza, sostenendolo e facendogli bere un farmaco: tra lui e Goya si è ormai stabilito un vincolo indissolubile che li vede entrambi attivamente partecipi nella lotta contro l’infermità, così come già predicava Ippocrate nel V. Malato e medico combattano insieme contro la malattia. Milano, Divisione di Cardiologia, Ospedale San Carlo Borromeo.
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