In 1928 the then defense minister Groener launched the first major expansion of the Reichwehr. He authorize the various service branches to breach the ToV in anyway they could and authorized personnel expansion from 100,000 to 150,000 personnel. He shocked the german military establishment into action by scuttling the basic foundation of their strategic wargaming . He made them face the fact that the League of Nations would not save Germany from any aggressor .If Poland did to Germany what it tried to do to USSR in 1920/21 , Germany armed forces would have to lay down their arms after a week or two of fighting due to lack of ammo. He authorized Germany to prepare for a two front war with Poland and France with a 'reasonable chance of winning the wider European war'.
In the area of the navy he refuzed to authorize the new 'Panzerschiff' production as long range commerce raiders, instead demanding that they be capable of high speed attacks against enemy warships in local waters [7000nm @ 28knots has been reported by some]. The 1928 naval building plan authorized the following warships.
1 x HMS Couragous style aircraft carrier.
6 x Panzerschiff
6 x Kreuzer
44 x Zerstoer & 16 Uboats.
Information of the above ships suggests the Zerstroer would have been 1500-1700 tons designed [2500 tons max] and may have been based on the WW-I "Torpedoboot Zerstroer" warship design that became the basis of French super destroyers and the Italian Scout cruisers of the 1930s. Likewise Uboat plans envisaged 1926 mobilization contracts for the building of 84 WW-I Uboats within two years of mobilization.
36 WW-I UF uboats
42 UG uboats
6 UC-III uboats
Source: Rossler's "The Uboat the evolution and technical history of german submarines" pp 97.
With the secret development of Uboats for Spain Turkey and Sweden, the above Uboat designs were replaced with the Type I II and VII designs by the mid 1930s mobilization plan.
After much stormy debate this plan was finally authorized in late 1932 only to be shelfed the moment Hitler took power since he only wanted a coastal defense fleet , so as not to upset his planned courting of the UK.
In any event even with the prewar building surge, this plan would have been completed by 1937, allowing for a further follow on naval expansion at that time.
Eric Groner in his mamoth works updated in 1944, comments that the second Aircraft Carrier name
"The project name of Peter Strasser is an unconfirmed speculation, but not unlikely" pp 72 German Warships 1815-1945 Volume One: Major Surface vessels.
Other Source "The Wehrmacht and German Rearmament " Wilhelm Diest.