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HMS Tiger, 1928

HMS Tiger was a battlecruiser of the British Royal Navy, commissioned, October

HMS Tiger

HMS Tiger was a battlecruiser of the British Royal Navy and the eleventh ship to bear that name. She was launched in Tiger was the most heavily armored battlecruiser of the British Royal Navy at the start of the First World War.

British Battle Cruiser HMS Tiger. Tiger fought in 1st Battle Cruiser Squadron at the Battle of Jutland on 31st May 1916

Tiger fought in Battle Cruiser Squadron at the Battle of Jutland on May 1916

Crew of HMS Tiger.

Battlecruiser HMS Tiger in historical naval art prints only on the battleship website dedicated to the history of HMS Tiger from its launch to its participation in major wars

A great colourised view of Fuso, after reconstruction, with her amazing pagoda bridge structure!

A great colourised view of Fuso, after reconstruction, with her amazing pagoda bridge structure!

12 in battleship HMS Bellerophon, 1918 - lead ship of the first class of Royal Navy Dreadnoughts to enter service after the prototype Dreadnought herself.

12 in battleship HMS Bellerophon, 1918 - lead ship of the first class of Royal Navy Dreadnoughts to enter service after the prototype Dreadnought herself.

Battleship Yamashiro, date unknown

[Photo] Battleship Yamashiro, date unknown

HMS Iron Duke, 1939 at Scapa Flow as a depot/AA ship. Two R class battleships, one possibly HMS Royal Oak, in the background.

HMS Iron Duke, 1939 at Scapa Flow as a depot/AA ship. Two R class battleships, one possibly HMS Royal Oak, in the background.

「lion battlecruiser」の画像検索結果

「lion battlecruiser」の画像検索結果

HMS Colossus of the British Royal Navy was the nameship of her class of dreadnought battleships. She was launched on 9 April 1910 and commissioned in 1911. Although very similar to Neptune she was not part of Neptune's class as Colossus and her sister ship, Hercules, had greater armour. She joined the 2nd Battle Squadron of the Home Fleet.

HMS Colossus of the British Royal Navy was the nameship of her class of dreadnought battleships. She was launched on 9 April 1910 and commissioned in 1911. Although very similar to Neptune she was not part of Neptune's class as Colossus and her sister ship, Hercules, had greater armour. She joined the 2nd Battle Squadron of the Home Fleet.

German 11 inch battleship Gneisenau, sister of the better known Scharnhorst - unlike the latter, her mainmast immediately abuts the funnel.  She was critically damaged by RAF bombing after the famous 'Channel Dash' of February 1942, and never went to sea again: her wreck was scrapped in 1951.

German 11 inch battleship Gneisenau, sister of the better known Scharnhorst…

HMS Dreadnought - with 10 x 12 in guns when no other battleship of the time (1906) mounted more than 4, plus turbines in place of reciprocating engines, she gave her name to a whole naval era. She was also the only battleship ever to sink a submarine, ramming U 29 in 1915.

HMS Dreadnought - with 10 x 12 in guns when no other battleship of the time mounted more than plus turbines in place of reciprocating engines, she gave her name to a whole naval era. She was also the only battleship ever to sink a submarine, ram

HMS Royal Oak leaving Valetta c 1937

HMS Royal Oak was one of five Revenge-class battleships built for the Royal Navy during the First World War. Launched in 1914 and completed in Royal Oak first saw combat at the Battle of Jutland.

Lead ship of the famous 15 in Queen Elizabeth class battleships, 'QE' herself, at speed: this is her early 1930s iteration; she was further modernised before WW2.  She was the only one of the 5 ship class to miss Jutland in 1916, being in refit st the time.

Lead ship of the famous 15 in Queen Elizabeth class battleships, 'QE' herself, at speed: this is her early iteration; she was further modernised before She was the only one of the 5 ship class to miss Jutland in being in refit st the time.

13.5 in Iron Duke class super-dreadnought HMS Marlborough at Plymouth in 1921: she was one of the few British battleships seriously damaged at Jutland

in Iron Duke class super-dreadnought HMS Marlborough at Plymouth in she was one of the few British battleships seriously damaged at Jutland

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