2 in battlecruiser HMS New Zealand - present at most of the significant actions (she fired more main armament rounds than any other capital ship at Jutland), she was gifted to the British by the New Zealand government. They finished paying for her in
Australian battlecruiser HMAS Australia passing the swing bridge at Kantara, Suez Canal, April The only capital ship to ever serve with the Royal Australian Navy is on her way home after the Great War.
HMS Berwick, Monmouth-class armoured cruiser, assigned to the 2nd Cruiser Squadron of the Channel Fleet upon completion in 1903 and was transferred to the Home Fleet in 1906. She accidentally rammed and sank a British destroyer in 1908. She captured a German merchant ship shortly after World War I began and patrolled for German commerce raiders and escorted convoys during war.
Baden arriving at Portsmouth, England under tow in HMS Victory is seen in the background. Interned with High Seas Fleet scuttled on June (Interned with High Seas Fleet scuttled on June Then sunk as target Aug.