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The Greek torpedo boat Kyzikos (Greek: TA Κύζικος) served in the Royal Hellenic Navy from 1920–1941. Originally the ship was the Austro-Hungarian Fiume-class torpedo boat . She was named for the ancient Greek city of Kyzikos (today known as Belkis) located in Anatolia; the city was part of the territory awarded to Greece for joining the side of the allied in the Treaty of Sèvres at the end of World War I. The ship, along with two sister ships of Monfalcone-built torpedo boats Kydonia and Kios, was transferred to Greece as a war reparation from the Central Powers in 1920.

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  • The Greek torpedo boat Kyzikos (Greek: TA Κύζικος) served in the Royal Hellenic Navy from 1920–1941. Originally the ship was the Austro-Hungarian Fiume-class torpedo boat . She was named for the ancient Greek city of Kyzikos (today known as Belkis) located in Anatolia; the city was part of the territory awarded to Greece for joining the side of the allied in the Treaty of Sèvres at the end of World War I. The ship, along with two sister ships of Monfalcone-built torpedo boats Kydonia and Kios, was transferred to Greece as a war reparation from the Central Powers in 1920.
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  • The Greek torpedo boat Kyzikos (Greek: TA Κύζικος) served in the Royal Hellenic Navy from 1920–1941. Originally the ship was the Austro-Hungarian Fiume-class torpedo boat . She was named for the ancient Greek city of Kyzikos (today known as Belkis) located in Anatolia; the city was part of the territory awarded to Greece for joining the side of the allied in the Treaty of Sèvres at the end of World War I. The ship, along with two sister ships of Monfalcone-built torpedo boats Kydonia and Kios, was transferred to Greece as a war reparation from the Central Powers in 1920.
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