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Wittelsbach class battleships (1900)
Germany (1900) Wittelsbach, Wettin, Zähringen, Schwaben, Mecklemburg The “Länder” Battleships The “Regions” derived from ancient elective kingdoms responsible for the
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The Finnish Navy in WW2
Merivoimat Under this name there is a navy, the Finnish Navy. Born in 1918 from the remnants of the Russian
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Giuseppe Miraglia
Italy (1923) Seaplane Carrier Italy’s ww2 seaplane carrier De Facto naval rivalry between France and Italy was traduced on an
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Blake class protected cruisers
United Kingdom (1889) Blake, Blenheim HMS Blake in the 1890, in typical peacetime livery, black hull, white superstructures and canvas
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French ww1 Torpedo Boats
350 Torpedo Boats (1870s-1914) Introduction: French doctrine about TBs The French did not invented the torpedo boat, which was, for
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USS New York (ACR2)
USA (1891) The first American Armoured Cruiser The USS Saratoga is certainly not as well-known as the aircraft carrier that
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Battle of Gotland (July, 2, 1915)
Reichsmarine vs Russian Navy Fire on the Baltic The fact that the Baltic did not saw naval major battles like
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Cruiser Minin (1866)
The oldest cruiser worldwide ? The Minin (Минин) was still in service in 1914. By that time, she was 48
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WW1 Japanese Destroyers
Japan (1898-1919) About 180 ships A newcomer in destroyer design WW2 Japanese destroyers were certainly among the world’s most powerful
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Gazelle class cruisers
Germany (1898) Ten ships 1898-1902 The first modern light cruisers The Gazelle class has been often dubbed as the “first
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