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HMS Lion (1910).

HMS Lion (1910).

This Day in History: 12/13/39. German pocket battleship/surface raider Graf Spee engages 3 RN cruisers in the Battle of the River Plate. Tak...

This Day in History: 12/13/39. German pocket battleship/surface raider Graf Spee engages 3 RN cruisers in the Battle of the River Plate. Taking light damage herself (and dishing out severe damage), she sought sanctuary in the port of Montevideo (pictured).

This Day in History: 12/13/39. German pocket battleship/surface raider Graf Spee engages 3 RN cruisers in the Battle of the River Plate. Tak...

Violet Jessop (1887 - 1971) was a White Star stewardess and survived both the Titanic and Britanic sinkings.

Violet Jessop (1887 - 1971) was a White Star stewardess and survived both the Titanic and Britanic sinkings.

Prince Philip in 1947 when he was Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten. How could she not fall for him....:)

'All hell broke loose': Duke of Edinburgh gives first account of his role in 1941 naval battle that sunk Italian cruisers

Prince Philip in 1947 when he was Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten. How could she not fall for him....:)

HMS Southampton (1912). Builder: Vickers Maxim, Barrow. Laid down: 6 April 1911. Launched: 16 May 1912. Fate: Sold 13 July 1926. Class and type: "Town" class light cruiser. Displacement: 5,400 tons. Length: 457 ft (139 m). Beam: 49 ft 10 in (15.19 m). Draught: 17 ft 8 in (5.38 m). Speed: 25.5 knots.

HMS Southampton (1912). Builder: Vickers Maxim, Barrow. Laid down: 6 April 1911. Launched: 16 May 1912. Fate: Sold 13 July 1926. Class and type: "Town" class light cruiser. Displacement: 5,400 tons. Length: 457 ft (139 m). Beam: 49 ft 10 in (15.19 m). Draught: 17 ft 8 in (5.38 m). Speed: 25.5 knots.

HMS Exeter after refit in 1941. This heavy cruiser, one of only two "York Class" heavy cruisers built, suffered major damage in the Battle of the Rio Plata against the German pocket battleship, Admiral Graf Spee. Lest we forget: 61 RN officers and ratings were killed aboard HMS Exeter during that battle. Photo courtesy of Imperial War Museum posted by Charles McCain

HMS Exeter after refit in 1941. This heavy cruiser, one of only two "York Class" heavy cruisers built, suffered major damage in the Battle of the Rio Plata against the German pocket battleship, Admiral Graf Spee. Lest we forget: 61 RN officers and ratings were killed aboard HMS Exeter during that battle. Photo courtesy of Imperial War Museum posted by Charles McCain

HMS Tiger and other British Battle Cruisers at ‘Windy Corner’ in the Battle of Jutland 31st May 1916

HMS Tiger and other British Battle Cruisers at ‘Windy Corner’ in the Battle of Jutland 31st May 1916

HMS Southampton (1912). Builder: Vickers Maxim, Barrow. Laid down: 6 April 1911. Launched: 16 May 1912. Fate: Sold 13 July 1926. Class and type: "Town" class light cruiser. Displacement: 5,400 tons. Length: 457 ft (139 m). Beam: 49 ft 10 in (15.19 m). Draught: 17 ft 8 in (5.38 m). Speed: 25.5 knots.

HMS Southampton (1912). Builder: Vickers Maxim, Barrow. Laid down: 6 April 1911. Launched: 16 May 1912. Fate: Sold 13 July 1926. Class and type: "Town" class light cruiser. Displacement: 5,400 tons. Length: 457 ft (139 m). Beam: 49 ft 10 in (15.19 m). Draught: 17 ft 8 in (5.38 m). Speed: 25.5 knots.

Urban Outfitters - Crosley Cruiser Rose Gold UK Plug Record Player

Crosley Cruiser Rose Gold UK Plug Record Player

Urban Outfitters - Crosley Cruiser Rose Gold UK Plug Record Player

HMS Sussex, one of the London sub-class of the County-class heavy cruisers of the Royal Navy. She is anchor in the Clyde, September 18, 1940.

HMS Sussex, one of the London sub-class of the County-class heavy cruisers of the Royal Navy. She is anchor in the Clyde, September 18, 1940.

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