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Royal Naval Air Service bombing practice – The Sphere, 24 November 1917

Royal Naval Air Service bombing practice – The Sphere, 24 November 1917

Battlecruiser HMS Hood (left) and battleship HMS Barham in Malta Harbour, 1937. Both these famous ships were to be sunk in 1941 (Hood by Bismarck in May, and Barham by a U boat in November) - other pictures elsewhere on this Board.

Battlecruiser HMS Hood (left) and battleship HMS Barham in Malta Harbour, Both these famous ships were to be sunk in 1941 (Hood by Bismarck in May, and Barham by a U boat in November)

цусима: 10 тыс изображений найдено в Яндекс.Картинках

Russian warship sustains heavy damage during the battle of Tsushima May Russo-Japanese War (日露戦争),

From bottom to top: Spanish light V/STOL carrier Príncipe de Asturias, amphibious assault ship USS Wasp, fleet carrier USS Forrestal, and light V/STOL ..

Spanish light V/STOL carrier Príncipe de Asturias, amphibious assault ship USS Wasp, USS Forrestal and light V/STOL carrier HMS Invincible, showing size differences of late century carriers

World War I in Photos: The War at Sea - The Atlantic; http://www.theatlantic.com/static/infocus/wwi/wwisea/

World War I in Photos: War at Sea

The British Grand Fleet under admiral John Jellicoe on her way to meet the Imperial German Navy’s fleet at the Battle of Jutland in the North Sea on May

‘Scharnhorst sinking’: Battleship Scharnhorst built for the Third Reich in the 1930s sunk by a British Fleet on 26th December 1943 in the Battle of the North Cap off the coast of Northern Norway: picture by C.E. Turner

‘Scharnhorst sinking’: Battleship Scharnhorst built for the Third Reich in the sunk by a British Fleet on December 1943 in the Battle of the North Cap off the coast of Northern Norway: picture by C.

HMS Duncan, launched in 1901, was a Duncan-class battleship that saw action against German installations on the Belgian coast in World War I.  She was assigned to the 9th Cruiser Squadron on the Finisterre-Azores-Madeira Station. In late 1915, she returned to the Mediterranean, conducting operations in support of the Italian Navy and then against Greek royalists. From 1917, she spent the remainder of the war in England waters as a reserve ship and was decommissioned in 1919 and was sold in…

HMS Duncan, launched in 1901, was a Duncan-class battleship that saw action against German installations on the Belgian coast in World War I. She was assigned to the 9th Cruiser Squadron on the Finisterre-Azores-Madeira Station. In late 1915, she returned to the Mediterranean, conducting operations in support of the Italian Navy and then against Greek royalists. From 1917, she spent the remainder of the war in England waters as a reserve ship and was decommissioned in 1919 and was sold in…

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