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British Battleship HMS Superb. Superb fought at the Battle of Jutland on 31st May 1916 in Vice Admiral Sir Doveton Sturdee’s 4th Battle Squadron

British Battleship HMS Superb. Superb fought at the Battle of Jutland on 31st May 1916 in Vice Admiral Sir Doveton Sturdee’s 4th Battle Squadron

Body-Kun -Models for Artists - Scene Makers

Body-Kun -Models for Artists - Scene Makers

HMS Queen Elizabeth. Laid down: 21 October 1912. Launched: 16 October 1913. Commissioned: 22 December 1914. Decommissioned: 1948. Struck: 7 July 1948. Fate: Sold to Arnott Young and scrapped in Dalmuir, Scotland. Class: Queen Elizabeth-class battleship. Displacement: 31,100 tons. Length: 646 ft 1 in (196.93 m). Beam: 90 feet 6 inches Draught: 34 feet 2.5 inches. Speed: 24 knots.

HMS Queen Elizabeth. Laid down: 21 October 1912. Launched: 16 October 1913. Commissioned: 22 December 1914. Decommissioned: 1948. Struck: 7 July 1948. Fate: Sold to Arnott Young and scrapped in Dalmuir, Scotland. Class: Queen Elizabeth-class battleship. Displacement: 31,100 tons. Length: 646 ft 1 in (196.93 m). Beam: 90 feet 6 inches Draught: 34 feet 2.5 inches. Speed: 24 knots.

Battle of Jutland Part III: Clash between British and German Battle Fleets during the evening 31st May 1916

Battle of Jutland Part III: Clash between British and German Battle Fleets during the evening 31st May 1916

SMS Viribus Unitis. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

SMS Viribus Unitis. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

German Battleships in action during the night of 31st May 1916 Battle of Jutland

German Battleships in action during the night of 31st May 1916 Battle of Jutland

German Battleship SMS Kaiser fires on HMS Warspite before 5th Battle Squadron…

German Battleship SMS Kaiser fires on HMS Warspite before 5th Battle Squadron…

Gneisenau, kriegsmarine

Gneisenau, kriegsmarine

HMS Royal Oak. Builder: Devonport Royal Dockyard. Cost: £ 2,468,269. Laid down: 15 January 1914. Launched: 17 November 1914. Commissioned: 1 May 1916. Nickname: The Mighty Oak. Fate: Sunk by U-47, 14 October 1939. Status: Protected war grave. Class & type: Revenge-class battleship. Displacement: 31,630 tons. Length: 189.2 m. Beam: 27.0 m. Draught: 10.2 m. Installed power: 40,000 shp. Speed: 22 knots (41 km/h).

HMS Royal Oak. Builder: Devonport Royal Dockyard. Cost: £ 2,468,269. Laid down: 15 January 1914. Launched: 17 November 1914. Commissioned: 1 May 1916. Nickname: The Mighty Oak. Fate: Sunk by U-47, 14 October 1939. Status: Protected war grave. Class & type: Revenge-class battleship. Displacement: 31,630 tons. Length: 189.2 m. Beam: 27.0 m. Draught: 10.2 m. Installed power: 40,000 shp. Speed: 22 knots (41 km/h).

Acorazado Nagato 1920

Acorazado Nagato 1920

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