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Episode 8 of Know Your Ship! In this educational video I cover the Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship commissioned by the Royal Navy during World War The Qu. Naval History, Military History, Hms Hood, Ship Tracker, Capital Ship, British Armed Forces, Navy Ships, Submarines, Aircraft Carrier

Barham entering Valetta 1937-38

I think is the best photo of HMS Barham I have found. Beautifully colourised, and showing her looking her best, with the red, white and blue neutrality markings clearly visible on B turret. These were necessary during the Spanish Civil war, to indicate ships that were neutral.

HMS Cambrian a C-class destroyer. Royal Navy, Us Navy, Dazzle Camouflage, Steam Turbine, Spooky Places, Naval History, Royal Marines, The Great White, Army Vehicles

HMS Cambrian HMS Cambrian was a C-class destroyer of the Royal Navy, ordered on 16 February 1942. She was originally to be named HMS Spitfire but this was changed to Cambrian before launch to fit her revised class name. She was the seventh British Warship to have had this name.

Monitor HMS Roberts - My Ideas & Suggestions Military News, Military Photos, Military History, Capital Ship, Fire Powers, Navy Ships, Speed Boats, Ship Art, Submarines

HMS Roberts – the last monitor

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HMS Cardigan Bay was a Bay-class anti-aircraft frigate of the British Royal Navy, named after Cardigan Bay, off the coast of Ceredigion, Wales. Naval History, Military History, Navy Ships, Submarines, Historical Pictures, Royal Navy, Battleship, British Royals, Corvette

HMS Cardigan Bay (K630) 1944, was a Bay-class anti-aircraft frigate of the British Royal Navy, named after Cardigan Bay, off the coast of Ceredigion, Wales.

apostlesofmercy: “ apostlesofmercy: “ The last battleship ever built, HMS Vanguard at Portsmouth sometime during When she reluctantly bowed out 3 years later, in many ways so too did the navy she served. ” And in happier days. Hms Vanguard, Sasebo Japan, Capital Ship, Imperial Japanese Navy, Big Guns, Navy Ships, Aircraft Carrier, Royal Navy, Portsmouth

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HMS Tiger was a conventional cruiser of the Royal Navy, one of a three ship class known as the Tiger class. Military News, Navy Military, Military History, Navy Marine, Naval History, Royal Marines, Navy Ships, Submarines, Aircraft Carrier

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HMS Tiger was a conventional cruiser of the Royal Navy, one of a three ship class known as the Tiger class http://ift.tt/1TEN66f

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