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Russian Submarines of WW1
About 8 classes, approx. 60 boats 1903-1916 A long gestation, started in 1853 The story of submarines with Russia started
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Charles Martel class Battleships
France (1891-95) Brennus, Charles Martel, Jauréguiberry, Carnot, Masséna, Bouvet “A navy of prototypes” Prior to 1890, France, still Britain’s main
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Chengdu Type 065 class frigates
Chinese PLAN (1955) Chengdu, Guiyang, Gulin, Kunming The Green Tea “Riga” The 1956′ Chengdu class can be summup as the
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The Danish Navy in WW1
The Danes mustered a small but coherent fleet in WW1, fit to enforce neutrality and sovereignty over not only the
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Otranto Strait Battle (May, 15, 1917)
Forcing the Barrage The famous Barrage of Otranto (Authors’ map) The strait of Otranto, between Corfu and Brindisi, which is
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Omaha class cruisers
USA (1920-24) USS Omaha, 9 others The new kids on the block The Omaha were the first American cruisers after
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Protected Cruiser Piemonte (1888)
Italy (1888) A quite powerful Italian protected cruiser Piemonte was designed at the request of the Italian government, which wanted
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Tenryu
Tenryū class cruisers
Japan, 1918. Tenryu, Tatsuta First light cruisers of the IJN The 天龍型軽巡洋艦 Tenryū-gata keijun’yōkan or Tenryū class has been the
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General Admiral class armoured cruisers (1875)
General-Admiral, Gerzog Edinburgski The first armoured cruisers ? This pair of Russian Imperial ships are considered by John Francis Beeler
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Siegfried class battleships (1889)
Germany (1889) Siegfried, Beowulf, Frithjof, Heimdall, Hildebrand, Hagen, Odin, ägir A first step for a young navy The Siegfried class
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