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HMS London (1840), was a two-decker 90-gun second rate ship of the line of the…

HMS London (1840), was a two-decker 90-gun second rate ship of the line of the…

Trincomalee 1817

Trincomalee 1817

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training-ship Foudroyant

training-ship Foudroyant

The stern gallery of HMS Implacable, formerly the Duguay-Trouin.

The stern gallery of HMS Implacable, formerly the Duguay-Trouin.

Zeegezicht met Hollandse oorlogsschepen, Willem van de Velde (I), 1630 - 1670

Zeegezicht met Hollandse oorlogsschepen, Willem van de Velde (I), 1630 - 1670

Dutch frigat Van de Velde | by modernknight1

Dutch frigat Van de Velde | by modernknight1

1667: Dutch Admiral Michiel de Ruyter destroys the British fleet at Chatham

1667: Dutch Admiral Michiel de Ruyter destroys the British fleet at Chatham

HMS IMPLACABLE; Picture taken 1908 in Portsmouth. In later years, Implacable became a training ship. In 1908 King Edward VII intervened to save her, and in 1912 she was handed over to philanthropist Geoffrey Wheatley Cobb (died 1931) for preservation and use as a boys’ training ship.

HMS IMPLACABLE; Picture taken 1908 in Portsmouth. In later years, Implacable became a training ship. In 1908 King Edward VII intervened to save her, and in 1912 she was handed over to philanthropist Geoffrey Wheatley Cobb (died 1931) for preservation and use as a boys’ training ship.

HMS IMPLACABLE STUNNING PRINT | eBay

HMS IMPLACABLE STUNNING PRINT | eBay