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Armada de la Republica Argentina
Possibly the largest navy outside the US Navy in the American continent, the Armada de la Republica Argentina (ARA) was
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Dupuy de Lôme
France (1890) Armoured Cruiser The cruiser Dupuy de Lôme was not only the first French armoured cruiser, but also one
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Bakumatsu & Meiji Era Ships
Japan (1855-1877) 35+ ships Definition: The arrival of Perry’s ships in 1853 quickstarted a serie of events called the “Bakumatesu”
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Second Battle of Heligoland (17 November 1917)
Kaiserlichesmarine vs Royal Navy A missed second Jutland The island of Heligoland, at the outposts of the German coast, was
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Jiangnan Type 065 class frigates
Chinese PLAN (1965) Haikou, Dongchuan, Nanchong, Shimonoseki, ? Based on the “Riga” The previous Chengdu class frigates (type 065) were
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The Israeli Navy
Born from a small core of ships and boats gathered in the 1948 war, the Israeli Navy (חיל הים הישראלי‎)
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King George V-class battleship (1911)
United Kingdom (1911) King Georges V, Centurion, Ajax, Audacious These 4 powerful Dreadnoughts (sometimes even termed “super-dreadnoughts”), King George V
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USS Brooklyn
Armoured Cruiser (1895) The USS Brooklyn in a few lines Recognizable by her three very tall funnels, the USS Brooklyn
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Italian Destroyers of WW2
Italy (1916-43) About 60 ships Overview of Italian Destroyers WW2 Italian Destroyers were still called cacciatorpediniere, “torpedo boat hunters”, the
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Habsburg class battleships (1899)
Habsburg, Babenberg, Árpád The first Austrian sea-going Battleships After the three Monarchs in 1898, the director of shipbuilding Siegfried Popper
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