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Leander class cruisers (1931)

United Kingdom (1931-35) HMS Leander, Achilles, Ajax, Neptune, Orion, HMAS Perth, Sydney, Hobart The ANZAC light cruisers The 5 Leanders...
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Leander class cruisers (1931)

Infographic: The “Best” Dreadnought of ww1

Infographic - The best dreadnought of ww1 Nations (in order):UK, Germany, France, Italy, Austria-Hungary, USA, Japan, Russia. The coefficient is...
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Infographic: The “Best” Dreadnought of ww1

Canarias class cruisers

Spanish Republic - Nationalists Canarias, Baleares (1936) The Spanish 8-in cruisers The two heavy cruisers Canarias and Baleares were the...
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Canarias class cruisers

[New Page] The Turkish Navy in WW2

An overview of the Turkish fleet in 1939-45 in the new "real thing" style. The Turkish Navy in the interwar...
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[New Page] The Turkish Navy in WW2

Motoscafi Di Turismo series (1940)

Before the Motoscafi Di Turismo: Small boats Concept The MAS inheritance During the WW1 and WW2 superstars of the "naval...
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Motoscafi Di Turismo series (1940)

Navarin (1893)

Russia (1893) Single Battleship The four-funneled battleship One of the rare Russian battleships which was sunk in action in 1905...
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Navarin (1893)

US Navy Cold War Frigates

150 Frigates 1955-1990 Introduction: Postwar USN ASW Policy The entire array of destroyers and escort destroyers inherited from WW2 was...
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US Navy Cold War Frigates

Operation C3 – Herkules – The Axis planned invasion of Malta (1942)

The largest planned combined axis amphibious operation of WW2 See also the article about the ground component of the operation...
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Operation C3 – Herkules – The Axis planned invasion of Malta (1942)

Wittelsbach class battleships (1900)

Germany (1900-1901) Wittlesbach, Wettin, Zähringen, Schwaben, Mecklenburg Tirpitz pet's battleships The Wittlesbach class were the first battleships ordered under Admiral...
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Wittelsbach class battleships (1900)

York class cruisers

United Kingdom (1928) HMS Exeter, HMS York The last British heavy cruisers Development of the "Class B" - York design...
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York class cruisers