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Dos acorazados clase King George V y un destructor británico en un cuadro de Montague Dawson. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

Dos acorazados clase King George V y un destructor británico en un cuadro de Montague Dawson. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

USS Indiana (BB-50), was a battleship under construction but canceled by the Washington Naval Treaty in 1924

USS Indiana was a battleship under construction but canceled by the Washington Naval Treaty in 1924

HMS Petard (G56). Builder: Vickers-Armstrong, Walker-on-Tyne. Laid down: 26 December 1939. Launched: 27 March 1941. Completed: 15 June 1942. Fate: Broken up in June 1967 at Bo'ness. Class and type: P-class destroyer.  Displacement: 2,210 tons. Length: 362 ft 9 in (110.57 m). Beam: 35 ft (11 m). Draught: 11 ft 4.5 in (3.467 m). Speed: 37 knots (69 km/h).

HMS Petard (G56). Builder: Vickers-Armstrong, Walker-on-Tyne. Laid down: 26 December 1939. Launched: 27 March 1941. Completed: 15 June 1942. Fate: Broken up in June 1967 at Bo'ness. Class and type: P-class destroyer. Displacement: 2,210 tons. Length: 362 ft 9 in (110.57 m). Beam: 35 ft (11 m). Draught: 11 ft 4.5 in (3.467 m). Speed: 37 knots (69 km/h).

HMS Curacoa (D41) was a C-class light cruiser built for the British Royal Navy during WWI. She was one of the five ships of the Ceres sub-class and spent much of her career as a flagship, 1944.

HMS Curacoa was a C-class light cruiser built for the British Royal Navy during WWI. She was one of the five ships of the Ceres sub-class and spent much of her career as a flagship,

QUEEN  ELIZABETH CLASS BATTLESHIPS AT SEA

This fine watercolour has been annotated, verso, in pencil, “Spring although the painting was not actually completed, signed and dated until so

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