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The famous battlecruiser HMS Hoods predecessor  the Pre dreadnought, HMS Hood  sunken off theFrench Coast

The famous battlecruiser HMS Hoods predecessor the Pre dreadnought, HMS Hood sunken off theFrench Coast

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, 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.

HMS Warrior, Capt. Barkly Molteno's command during Battle of Jutland, 1916

HMS Warrior, Capt. Barkly Molteno's command during Battle of Jutland, 1916

In addition to new construction, several existing old battleships, battlecruisers and heavy cruisers were reconstructed, and anti-aircraft weaponry reinforced. Description from en.wikipedia.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

In Memoriam – HMS Hood

In addition to new construction, several existing old battleships, battlecruisers and heavy cruisers were reconstructed, and anti-aircraft weaponry reinforced. Description from en.wikipedia.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

KMS Bismarck under attack by Swordfish

KMS Bismarck under attack by Swordfish

IJN MUSASHI ON SEA TRIALS

IJN MUSASHI ON SEA TRIALS

May 21, 1941: two spitfires photograph the mighty german battleship "Bismarck" sailing from Gotenhafen (Gydnia) in the Baltic Sea, from an altitude of 25,000 ft. Aerial reconnaissance was a very difficult and risky task at that time. Seven days later, employing its resources at full, the British fleet sank the Bismarck in the North Sea. In the picture, the Bismarck is seen accompanied by the heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen.

May 21, 1941: two spitfires photograph the mighty german battleship "Bismarck" sailing from Gotenhafen (Gydnia) in the Baltic Sea, from an altitude of 25,000 ft. Aerial reconnaissance was a very difficult and risky task at that time. Seven days later, employing its resources at full, the British fleet sank the Bismarck in the North Sea. In the picture, the Bismarck is seen accompanied by the heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen.

Future Class H german super battleship (successor of Bismark class)

Future Class H german super battleship (successor of Bismark class)

Titanic wreck drawing

Titanic wreck drawing

This Day in History: May 27, 1941: Bismarck sunk by Royal Navy

This Day in History: May 27, 1941: Bismarck sunk by Royal Navy

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