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HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus 15" Guns Turret under construction

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a Royal Navy Roberts-class monitor of the Second World War. Laid down on 26 April 1941, and completed on 5 May 1943 and built by Vickers Armstrong, Tyne.. She used a 15-inch gun turret originally built as a spare for Furious. #HMSAbercrombie #monitor #RoyalNavy

HMS Abercrombie F109 a Royal Navy monitor

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a British monitor built during World War Two and operated primarily in the Mediterranean. She was scrapped in 1954

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a Royal Navy Roberts-class monitor of the Second World War. Laid down on 26 April 1941, and completed on 5 May 1943 and built by Vickers Armstrong, Tyne.. She used a 15-inch gun turret originally built as a spare for Furious. #HMSAbercrombie #monitor #RoyalNavy

HMS Abercrombie F109 a Royal Navy monitor

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a British monitor built during World War Two and operated primarily in the Mediterranean. She was scrapped in 1954

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War 2 Commissioned as U-570 in Germany’s Kriegsmarine in mid-1941, she was attacked and captured on her first patrol. She provided both the Royal Navy and United States Navy with significant information on German submarines, and carried out 3 combat patrols with a Royal Navy crew She was withdrawn from service in 1944 due to problems maintaining her #HMSGraph #submarine #UBoat…

HMS Graph a Type VIIC U-boat of the Royal Navy

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War II and operated.

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus Anti-Aircraft Armament

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a Royal Navy Roberts-class monitor of the Second World War. Laid down on 26 April 1941, and completed on 5 May 1943 and built by Vickers Armstrong, Tyne.. She used a 15-inch gun turret originally built as a spare for Furious. #HMSAbercrombie #monitor #RoyalNavy

HMS Abercrombie F109 a Royal Navy monitor

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a British monitor built during World War Two and operated primarily in the Mediterranean. She was scrapped in 1954

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a Royal Navy Roberts-class monitor of the Second World War. Laid down on 26 April 1941, and completed on 5 May 1943 and built by Vickers Armstrong, Tyne.. She used a 15-inch gun turret originally built as a spare for Furious. #HMSAbercrombie #monitor #RoyalNavy

HMS Abercrombie F109 a Royal Navy monitor

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a British monitor built during World War Two and operated primarily in the Mediterranean. She was scrapped in 1954

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War 2 Commissioned as U-570 in Germany’s Kriegsmarine in mid-1941, she was attacked and captured on her first patrol. She provided both the Royal Navy and United States Navy with significant information on German submarines, and carried out 3 combat patrols with a Royal Navy crew She was withdrawn from service in 1944 due to problems maintaining her #HMSGraph #submarine #UBoat…

HMS Graph a Type VIIC U-boat of the Royal Navy

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War II and operated.

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War 2 Commissioned as U-570 in Germany’s Kriegsmarine in mid-1941, she was attacked and captured on her first patrol. She provided both the Royal Navy and United States Navy with significant information on German submarines, and carried out 3 combat patrols with a Royal Navy crew She was withdrawn from service in 1944 due to problems maintaining her #HMSGraph #submarine #UBoat…

HMS Graph a Type VIIC U-boat of the Royal Navy

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War II and operated.

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

View of the 4 High Angle gun closed up on HMS Erebus

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War 2 Commissioned as U-570 in Germany’s Kriegsmarine in mid-1941, she was attacked and captured on her first patrol. She provided both the Royal Navy and United States Navy with significant information on German submarines, and carried out 3 combat patrols with a Royal Navy crew She was withdrawn from service in 1944 due to problems maintaining her #HMSGraph #submarine #UBoat…

HMS Graph a Type VIIC U-boat of the Royal Navy

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War II and operated.

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War 2 Commissioned as U-570 in Germany’s Kriegsmarine in mid-1941, she was attacked and captured on her first patrol. She provided both the Royal Navy and United States Navy with significant information on German submarines, and carried out 3 combat patrols with a Royal Navy crew She was withdrawn from service in 1944 due to problems maintaining her #HMSGraph #submarine #UBoat…

HMS Graph a Type VIIC U-boat of the Royal Navy

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War II and operated.

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a Royal Navy Roberts-class monitor of the Second World War. Laid down on 26 April 1941, and completed on 5 May 1943 and built by Vickers Armstrong, Tyne.. She used a 15-inch gun turret originally built as a spare for Furious. #HMSAbercrombie #monitor #RoyalNavy

HMS Abercrombie F109 a Royal Navy monitor

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a British monitor built during World War Two and operated primarily in the Mediterranean. She was scrapped in 1954

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a Royal Navy Roberts-class monitor of the Second World War. Laid down on 26 April 1941, and completed on 5 May 1943 and built by Vickers Armstrong, Tyne.. She used a 15-inch gun turret originally built as a spare for Furious. #HMSAbercrombie #monitor #RoyalNavy

HMS Abercrombie F109 a Royal Navy monitor

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a British monitor built during World War Two and operated primarily in the Mediterranean. She was scrapped in 1954

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War 2 Commissioned as U-570 in Germany’s Kriegsmarine in mid-1941, she was attacked and captured on her first patrol. She provided both the Royal Navy and United States Navy with significant information on German submarines, and carried out 3 combat patrols with a Royal Navy crew She was withdrawn from service in 1944 due to problems maintaining her #HMSGraph #submarine #UBoat…

HMS Graph a Type VIIC U-boat of the Royal Navy

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War II and operated.

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War 2 Commissioned as U-570 in Germany’s Kriegsmarine in mid-1941, she was attacked and captured on her first patrol. She provided both the Royal Navy and United States Navy with significant information on German submarines, and carried out 3 combat patrols with a Royal Navy crew She was withdrawn from service in 1944 due to problems maintaining her #HMSGraph #submarine #UBoat…

HMS Graph a Type VIIC U-boat of the Royal Navy

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War II and operated.

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a Royal Navy Roberts-class monitor of the Second World War. Laid down on 26 April 1941, and completed on 5 May 1943 and built by Vickers Armstrong, Tyne.. She used a 15-inch gun turret originally built as a spare for Furious. #HMSAbercrombie #monitor #RoyalNavy

HMS Abercrombie F109 a Royal Navy monitor

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a British monitor built during World War Two and operated primarily in the Mediterranean. She was scrapped in 1954

USS Moreno (AT-87) rendering assistance to HMS Abercrombie, 10 September 1943, in the Gulf of Salerno. On the afternoon of 9 September, the Monitor hit a mine off Salerno HMS Abercrombie F109 was a Royal Navy Roberts-class monitor of the Second World War. Laid down on 26 April 1941, and completed on 5 May 1943 and built by Vickers Armstrong, Tyne.. She used a 15-inch gun turret originally built as a spare for Furious. #HMSAbercrombie #monitor #RoyalNavy

USS Moreno (AT-87) rendering assistance to HMS Abercrombie, 10 September 1943

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a British monitor built during World War Two and operated primarily in the Mediterranean. She was scrapped in 1954

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War 2 Commissioned as U-570 in Germany’s Kriegsmarine in mid-1941, she was attacked and captured on her first patrol. She provided both the Royal Navy and United States Navy with significant information on German submarines, and carried out 3 combat patrols with a Royal Navy crew She was withdrawn from service in 1944 due to problems maintaining her #HMSGraph #submarine #UBoat…

HMS Graph a Type VIIC U-boat of the Royal Navy

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War II and operated.

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War 2 Commissioned as U-570 in Germany’s Kriegsmarine in mid-1941, she was attacked and captured on her first patrol. She provided both the Royal Navy and United States Navy with significant information on German submarines, and carried out 3 combat patrols with a Royal Navy crew She was withdrawn from service in 1944 due to problems maintaining her #HMSGraph #submarine #UBoat…

HMS Graph a Type VIIC U-boat of the Royal Navy

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War II and operated.

HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Her duties were chiefly convoy defence and trade protection against German U-boats operating in the Indian Ocean with a shore base at Trincomalee. #HMSShah #HMSShahD21 #aircraftCarrier #escortCarrier #royalnavy

HMS Shah D21

HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Built for the US Navy she was transfered to the Royal Navy during World War 2

HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Her duties were chiefly convoy defence and trade protection against German U-boats operating in the Indian Ocean with a shore base at Trincomalee. #HMSShah #HMSShahD21 #aircraftCarrier #escortCarrier #royalnavy

HMS Shah D21

HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Built for the US Navy she was transfered to the Royal Navy during World War 2

HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Her duties were chiefly convoy defence and trade protection against German U-boats operating in the Indian Ocean with a shore base at Trincomalee. #HMSShah #HMSShahD21 #aircraftCarrier #escortCarrier #royalnavy

HMS Shah D21

HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Built for the US Navy she was transfered to the Royal Navy during World War 2

HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Her duties were chiefly convoy defence and trade protection against German U-boats operating in the Indian Ocean with a shore base at Trincomalee. #HMSShah #HMSShahD21 #aircraftCarrier #escortCarrier #royalnavy

HMS Shah D21

HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Built for the US Navy she was transfered to the Royal Navy during World War 2

Grumman Avenger JZ208 1G flown by SLt. CH Whitehead being recovered from the port catwalk where it ended up after catching No6 wire and hitting No2 barrier landing on Shah Jan12 1945 HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Her duties were chiefly convoy defence and trade protection against German U-boats operating in the Indian Ocean with a shore base at Trincomalee. #HMSShah #HMSShahD21 #aircraftCarrier #escortCarrier #royalnavy #Avenger #GrummanAvenger #bomber

HMS Shah D21

HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Built for the US Navy she was transfered to the Royal Navy during World War 2

Supermarine Walrus Air Sea Rescue plane W3022 of 1700 squadron landing on to return rescued aircrew. This aircraft operated from HMS Shah 8-26 August 1945 HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Her duties were chiefly convoy defence and trade protection against German U-boats operating in the Indian Ocean with a shore base at Trincomalee. #HMSShah #HMSShahD21 #aircraftCarrier #escortCarrier #royalnavy #Walrus #SupermarineWalrus

HMS Shah D21

HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Built for the US Navy she was transfered to the Royal Navy during World War 2

A Grumman Hellcat of 800 Squadron taking off from HMS Shah without the aid of the ships catapult HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Her duties were chiefly convoy defence and trade protection against German U-boats operating in the Indian Ocean with a shore base at Trincomalee. #HMSShah #HMSShahD21 #aircraftCarrier #escortCarrier #royalnavy #GrummanHellcat #Hellcat #fighter

HMS Shah D21

HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Built for the US Navy she was transfered to the Royal Navy during World War 2

Grumman Avenger JZ123 stalled and ditched on take of from Shah, August 10th 1944. The pilot, SLt. JI Delany RNZN was rescued OK HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Her duties were chiefly convoy defence and trade protection against German U-boats operating in the Indian Ocean with a shore base at Trincomalee. #HMSShah #HMSShahD21 #aircraftCarrier #escortCarrier #royalnavy #Avenger #GrummanAvenger #bomber #crash

HMS Shah D21

HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Built for the US Navy she was transfered to the Royal Navy during World War 2

HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Her duties were chiefly convoy defence and trade protection against German U-boats operating in the Indian Ocean with a shore base at Trincomalee. #HMSShah #HMSShahD21 #aircraftCarrier #escortCarrier #royalnavy

HMS Shah D21

HMS Shah was a Ruler-class escort carrier in the Royal Navy. Built for the US Navy she was transfered to the Royal Navy during World War 2

US Navy

USS Arizona (BB-39) was a Pennsylvania-class battleship built for the United States Navy in the mid-1910s. Arizona was hit by Japanese torpedo bombers during the attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. After one of their bombs detonated in a magazine, she exploded violently and sank, with the loss of 1,177 officers and crewmen. #USSArizonaBB39 #BB39 #USSArizona #battleship #USNavy

USS Arizona BB-39

Photos of scale models of USS Arizona (BB-39) a Pennsylvania-class battleship of the US Navy. She was sunk at Pearl Harbour 7 Dec 1941

USS Arizona (BB-39) was a Pennsylvania-class battleship built for the United States Navy in the mid-1910s. Arizona was hit by Japanese torpedo bombers during the attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. After one of their bombs detonated in a magazine, she exploded violently and sank, with the loss of 1,177 officers and crewmen. #USSArizonaBB39 #BB39 #USSArizona #battleship #USNavy

USS Arizona BB-39

Photos of scale models of USS Arizona (BB-39) a Pennsylvania-class battleship of the US Navy. She was sunk at Pearl Harbour 7 Dec 1941

USS Arizona (BB-39) was a Pennsylvania-class battleship built for the United States Navy in the mid-1910s. Arizona was hit by Japanese torpedo bombers during the attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. After one of their bombs detonated in a magazine, she exploded violently and sank, with the loss of 1,177 officers and crewmen. #USSArizonaBB39 #BB39 #USSArizona #battleship #USNavy

USS Arizona BB-39

Photos of scale models of USS Arizona (BB-39) a Pennsylvania-class battleship of the US Navy. She was sunk at Pearl Harbour 7 Dec 1941

USS Arizona (BB-39) was a Pennsylvania-class battleship built for the United States Navy in the mid-1910s. Arizona was hit by Japanese torpedo bombers during the attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. After one of their bombs detonated in a magazine, she exploded violently and sank, with the loss of 1,177 officers and crewmen. #USSArizonaBB39 #BB39 #USSArizona #battleship #USNavy

USS Arizona BB-39

Photos of scale models of USS Arizona (BB-39) a Pennsylvania-class battleship of the US Navy. She was sunk at Pearl Harbour 7 Dec 1941

USS Arizona (BB-39) was a Pennsylvania-class battleship built for the United States Navy in the mid-1910s. Arizona was hit by Japanese torpedo bombers during the attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. After one of their bombs detonated in a magazine, she exploded violently and sank, with the loss of 1,177 officers and crewmen. #USSArizonaBB39 #BB39 #USSArizona #battleship #USNavy

USS Arizona BB-39

Photos of scale models of USS Arizona (BB-39) a Pennsylvania-class battleship of the US Navy. She was sunk at Pearl Harbour 7 Dec 1941

USS Arizona (BB-39) was a Pennsylvania-class battleship built for the United States Navy in the mid-1910s. Arizona was hit by Japanese torpedo bombers during the attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941. After one of their bombs detonated in a magazine, she exploded violently and sank, with the loss of 1,177 officers and crewmen. #USSArizonaBB39 #BB39 #USSArizona #battleship #USNavy

USS Arizona BB-39

Photos of scale models of USS Arizona (BB-39) a Pennsylvania-class battleship of the US Navy. She was sunk at Pearl Harbour 7 Dec 1941

Italian

Faà di Bruno was built when 40-caliber Cannone navale da 381/40 guns from the Francesco Caracciolo-class battleships became available after their construction was suspended in 1916.  #FaàdiBruno #FaàdiBrunoMonitor #Monitor

Faà di Bruno Italian Monitor

Faà di Bruno was an Italian monitor built during World War I usingguns from the unfinished Francesco Caracciolo-class battleships

Faà di Bruno was built when 40-caliber Cannone navale da 381/40 guns from the Francesco Caracciolo-class battleships became available after their construction was suspended in 1916.  #FaàdiBruno #FaàdiBrunoMonitor #Monitor

Faà di Bruno Italian Monitor

Faà di Bruno was an Italian monitor built during World War I usingguns from the unfinished Francesco Caracciolo-class battleships

Faà di Bruno was built when 40-caliber Cannone navale da 381/40 guns from the Francesco Caracciolo-class battleships became available after their construction was suspended in 1916.  #FaàdiBruno #FaàdiBrunoMonitor #Monitor

Faà di Bruno Italian Monitor

Faà di Bruno was an Italian monitor built during World War I usingguns from the unfinished Francesco Caracciolo-class battleships

Faà di Bruno was built when 40-caliber Cannone navale da 381/40 guns from the Francesco Caracciolo-class battleships became available after their construction was suspended in 1916.  #FaàdiBruno #FaàdiBrunoMonitor #Monitor

Faà di Bruno Italian Monitor

Faà di Bruno was an Italian monitor built during World War I usingguns from the unfinished Francesco Caracciolo-class battleships

Italian Battleship Francesco Caracciolo

Francesco Caracciolo was an Italian battleship ordered in 1914. Never complated due o the atart of World War One. She was scrapped in 1926

Italian Battleship Francesco Caracciolo

Francesco Caracciolo was an Italian battleship ordered in 1914. Never complated due o the atart of World War One. She was scrapped in 1926

Italian Battleship Francesco Caracciolo Being Launched

Francesco Caracciolo was an Italian battleship ordered in 1914. Never complated due o the atart of World War One. She was scrapped in 1926

The Francesco Caracciolo-class battleships were a group of four battleships designed for the Regia Marina (Royal Italian Navy) in 1913 and ordered in 1914. The first ship of the class, Francesco Caracciolo, was laid down in late-1914. The class was never completed due to material shortages and shifting construction priorities after the outbreak of World War I in 1914. Only the lead ship was launched in 1920 but she was scrapped in 1926 #FrancescoCaracciolo #ItalianBattleship #Battleship

Italian Battleship Francesco Caracciolo

Francesco Caracciolo was an Italian battleship ordered in 1914. Never complated due o the atart of World War One. She was scrapped in 1926

Alfredo Cappellini was built when Cannone navali da 381/40 guns from the Francesco Caracciolo-class battleships became available after their construction was suspended in 1916. Alfredo Cappellini was launched in 1915, even before the battleships were officially suspended, by the Orlando Shipyard, in Livorno, completed on 24 April 1917 and commissioned four days later. Her first action came during the Eleventh Battle of the Isonzo in Aug 1917. #AlfredoCappellini #Monitor…

Italian Monitor Alfredo Cappellini

Alfredo Cappellini was built when Cannone navali da 381/40 guns from the Francesco Caracciolo-class battleships became available

Faà di Bruno was built when 40-caliber Cannone navale da 381/40 guns from the Francesco Caracciolo-class battleships became available after their construction was suspended in 1916.  #FaàdiBruno #FaàdiBrunoMonitor #Monitor

Faà di Bruno Italian Monitor

Faà di Bruno was an Italian monitor built during World War I usingguns from the unfinished Francesco Caracciolo-class battleships

Faà di Bruno was built when 40-caliber Cannone navale da 381/40 guns from the Francesco Caracciolo-class battleships became available after their construction was suspended in 1916.  #FaàdiBruno #FaàdiBrunoMonitor #Monitor

Faà di Bruno Italian Monitor

Faà di Bruno was an Italian monitor built during World War I usingguns from the unfinished Francesco Caracciolo-class battleships

In 1936, a project to transform the ocean liner Augustus into an auxiliary carrier was prepared. The idea was initially abandoned but then resumed in 1942. The passenger ship Augustus was first renamed Falco and then to Sparviero The hull was captured by the Germans and was sunk on 5 October 1944 to block access to the port of Genoa. The wreckage was recovered after the war and finally scrapped in 1951. #ItalianAircraftCarrierSparviero #ItalianAircraftCarrier #AircraftCarrier #Sparviero

Italian Aircraft Carrier Sparviero Sunk

Italian Aircraft Carrier Sparviero In 1936, a project to transform the 30,418 GRT ocean liner Augustus into an auxiliary carrier was prepared. The idea was initially abandoned but then resumed in 1942. The passenger ship Augustus was first renamed Falco and then to Sparviero. The superstructure was to be removed. She would have also been … Continue reading "Italian Aircraft Carrier Sparviero"

Civil

The tug PB Murray IMO number 9389796 was built in 2008 and works in the Port of Newcastle for Svitzer. #Tug #TugBoat #PBMurray #Newcastle #NewcastleHarbour

The tug PB Murray on Newcastle Harbour with Svitzer Newton Behind

Photographs of the tug PB Murray IMO number 9389796 which was built in 2008 and works in the Port of Newcastle for Svitzer.

Spirit of Ho Ping Bulk Carrier, IMO: 9433638, MMSI: 372264000 Leaving the Port of Newcastle New South Wales Asutralia #SpiritofHoPing #HoPing #BulkCarrier #Ship #CargoShip

Spirit of Ho Ping Leaving Newcastle

Bulk Carriers Alam Setia Sydney Harbour 29 July 2018 Pacific Kindness IMO: 9583172 MMSI: 355311000 Newcastle Harbour April 22 2017 Spirit of Ho Ping IMO: 9433638, MMSI: 372264000 Leaving the Port of Newcastle 13 June 2020

Spirit of Ho Ping Bulk Carrier, IMO: 9433638, MMSI: 372264000 Leaving the Port of Newcastle New South Wales Asutralia #SpiritofHoPing #HoPing #BulkCarrier #Ship #CargoShip

Spirit of Ho Ping Leaving Newcastle

Bulk Carriers Alam Setia Sydney Harbour 29 July 2018 Pacific Kindness IMO: 9583172 MMSI: 355311000 Newcastle Harbour April 22 2017 Spirit of Ho Ping IMO: 9433638, MMSI: 372264000 Leaving the Port of Newcastle 13 June 2020

Spirit of Ho Ping Bulk Carrier, IMO: 9433638, MMSI: 372264000 Leaving the Port of Newcastle New South Wales Asutralia #SpiritofHoPing #HoPing #BulkCarrier #Ship #CargoShip

Spirit of Ho Ping Leaving Newcastle

Bulk Carriers Alam Setia Sydney Harbour 29 July 2018 Pacific Kindness IMO: 9583172 MMSI: 355311000 Newcastle Harbour April 22 2017 Spirit of Ho Ping IMO: 9433638, MMSI: 372264000 Leaving the Port of Newcastle 13 June 2020

Spirit of Ho Ping Bulk Carrier, IMO: 9433638, MMSI: 372264000 Leaving the Port of Newcastle New South Wales Asutralia #SpiritofHoPing #HoPing #BulkCarrier #Ship #CargoShip

Spirit of Ho Ping Leaving Newcastle

Bulk Carriers Alam Setia Sydney Harbour 29 July 2018 Pacific Kindness IMO: 9583172 MMSI: 355311000 Newcastle Harbour April 22 2017 Spirit of Ho Ping IMO: 9433638, MMSI: 372264000 Leaving the Port of Newcastle 13 June 2020

RMS Queen Mary was a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved in Long Island California #QueenMary #RMSQueenMary #OceanLiner #Ship

RMS Queen Mary

Photos of scale models of RMS Queen Mary a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved at Long Beach California

RMS Queen Mary was a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved in Long Island California #QueenMary #RMSQueenMary #OceanLiner #Ship

RMS Queen Mary

Photos of scale models of RMS Queen Mary a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved at Long Beach California

RMS Queen Mary was a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved in Long Island California #QueenMary #RMSQueenMary #OceanLiner #Ship

RMS Queen Mary

Photos of scale models of RMS Queen Mary a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved at Long Beach California

RMS Queen Mary was a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved in Long Island California #QueenMary #RMSQueenMary #OceanLiner #Ship

RMS Queen Mary

Photos of scale models of RMS Queen Mary a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved at Long Beach California

RMS Queen Mary was a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved in Long Island California #QueenMary #RMSQueenMary #OceanLiner #Ship

RMS Queen Mary

Photos of scale models of RMS Queen Mary a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved at Long Beach California

RMS Queen Mary was a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved in Long Island California #QueenMary #RMSQueenMary #OceanLiner #Ship

RMS Queen Mary

Photos of scale models of RMS Queen Mary a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved at Long Beach California

RMS Queen Mary was a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved in Long Island California #QueenMary #RMSQueenMary #OceanLiner #Ship

RMS Queen Mary

Photos of scale models of RMS Queen Mary a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved at Long Beach California

RMS Queen Mary was a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved in Long Island California #QueenMary #RMSQueenMary #OceanLiner #Ship

RMS Queen Mary

Photos of scale models of RMS Queen Mary a British ocean liner built in 1936 and operated until 1967 now preserved at Long Beach California

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German Kriegsmarine Battleship Tirpitz Capsized #Tirpitz #Battleship #Kriegsmarine #GermanBattleship

German Kriegsmarine Battleship Tirpitz Capsized

Tirpitz was a World War 2 German Battleship the sister ship of Bismarck Launched in 1939 commissioned in 1941 and sunk by RAF bombers in 1944

German Kriegsmarine Battleship Tirpitz Damage After X-Craft Mini-Submarine Attack

Tirpitz was a World War 2 German Battleship the sister ship of Bismarck Launched in 1939 commissioned in 1941 and sunk by RAF bombers in 1944

Tirpitz anchored in the Kåfjord, Norway in March 1943 German Kriegsmarine Battleship Tirpitz In Norway #Tirpitz #Battleship #Kriegsmarine #GermanBattleship

German Kriegsmarine Battleship Tirpitz In Norway

Tirpitz was a World War 2 German Battleship the sister ship of Bismarck Launched in 1939 commissioned in 1941 and sunk by RAF bombers in 1944

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Shimane Maru was the lead ship of her class of escort carriers for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during World War II. Although she was completed, the ship did not enter active service before being destroyed by British aircraft on 24 July 1945. #ShimaneMaru #escortcarrier #aircraftcarrier #ijn #imperialjapanesenavy #japanesenavy

Shimane Maru Japanese Escort Carrier showing damage caused by air attack

Shimane Maru was the lead ship of her class of escort carriers for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during World War II.

Shimane Maru was the lead ship of her class of escort carriers for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during World War II. Although she was completed, the ship did not enter active service before being destroyed by British aircraft on 24 July 1945. #ShimaneMaru #escortcarrier #aircraftcarrier #ijn #imperialjapanesenavy #japanesenavy

Shimane Maru Japanese Escort Carrier showing damage caused by air attack

Shimane Maru was the lead ship of her class of escort carriers for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during World War II.

Shimane Maru was the lead ship of her class of escort carriers for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during World War II. Although she was completed, the ship did not enter active service before being destroyed by British aircraft on 24 July 1945. #ShimaneMaru #escortcarrier #aircraftcarrier #ijn #imperialjapanesenavy #japanesenavy

Shimane Maru Japanese Escort Carrier showing damage caused by air attack

Shimane Maru was the lead ship of her class of escort carriers for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during World War II.

Shimane Maru was the lead ship of her class of escort carriers for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during World War II. Although she was completed, the ship did not enter active service before being destroyed by British aircraft on 24 July 1945. #ShimaneMaru #escortcarrier #aircraftcarrier #ijn #imperialjapanesenavy #japanesenavy

Shimane Maru Japanese Escort Carrier under attack

Shimane Maru was the lead ship of her class of escort carriers for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) during World War II.

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German Kriegsmarine Battleship Tirpitz Capsized #Tirpitz #Battleship #Kriegsmarine #GermanBattleship

German Kriegsmarine Battleship Tirpitz Capsized

Tirpitz was a World War 2 German Battleship the sister ship of Bismarck Launched in 1939 commissioned in 1941 and sunk by RAF bombers in 1944

German Kriegsmarine Battleship Tirpitz Damage After X-Craft Mini-Submarine Attack

Tirpitz was a World War 2 German Battleship the sister ship of Bismarck Launched in 1939 commissioned in 1941 and sunk by RAF bombers in 1944

Tirpitz anchored in the Kåfjord, Norway in March 1943 German Kriegsmarine Battleship Tirpitz In Norway #Tirpitz #Battleship #Kriegsmarine #GermanBattleship

German Kriegsmarine Battleship Tirpitz In Norway

Tirpitz was a World War 2 German Battleship the sister ship of Bismarck Launched in 1939 commissioned in 1941 and sunk by RAF bombers in 1944

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus 15" Guns Turret under construction

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a Royal Navy Roberts-class monitor of the Second World War. Laid down on 26 April 1941, and completed on 5 May 1943 and built by Vickers Armstrong, Tyne.. She used a 15-inch gun turret originally built as a spare for Furious. #HMSAbercrombie #monitor #RoyalNavy

HMS Abercrombie F109 a Royal Navy monitor

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a British monitor built during World War Two and operated primarily in the Mediterranean. She was scrapped in 1954

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a Royal Navy Roberts-class monitor of the Second World War. Laid down on 26 April 1941, and completed on 5 May 1943 and built by Vickers Armstrong, Tyne.. She used a 15-inch gun turret originally built as a spare for Furious. #HMSAbercrombie #monitor #RoyalNavy

HMS Abercrombie F109 a Royal Navy monitor

HMS Abercrombie F109 was a British monitor built during World War Two and operated primarily in the Mediterranean. She was scrapped in 1954

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War 2 Commissioned as U-570 in Germany’s Kriegsmarine in mid-1941, she was attacked and captured on her first patrol. She provided both the Royal Navy and United States Navy with significant information on German submarines, and carried out 3 combat patrols with a Royal Navy crew She was withdrawn from service in 1944 due to problems maintaining her #HMSGraph #submarine #UBoat…

HMS Graph a Type VIIC U-boat of the Royal Navy

HMS Graph (pennant number P715) was a German Type VIIC U-boat that the British Royal Navy captured during World War II and operated.

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus Anti-Aircraft Armament

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on 19 June 1916 which served in both world wars. She was the lead ship of her class, with one sister ship, HMS Terror. Two 15 in (381 mm)/42 guns removed from Marshal Ney formed the main armament, in a single forward turret. #HMSErebus #monitor #royalnavy #ship

HMS Erebus

HMS Erebus was a British Royal Navy monitor warship that served in both the first and second World Wars, being scrapped in 1946

The tug PB Murray IMO number 9389796 was built in 2008 and works in the Port of Newcastle for Svitzer. #Tug #TugBoat #PBMurray #Newcastle #NewcastleHarbour

The tug PB Murray on Newcastle Harbour with Svitzer Newton Behind

Photographs of the tug PB Murray IMO number 9389796 which was built in 2008 and works in the Port of Newcastle for Svitzer.

Spirit of Ho Ping Bulk Carrier, IMO: 9433638, MMSI: 372264000 Leaving the Port of Newcastle New South Wales Asutralia #SpiritofHoPing #HoPing #BulkCarrier #Ship #CargoShip

Spirit of Ho Ping Leaving Newcastle

Bulk Carriers Alam Setia Sydney Harbour 29 July 2018 Pacific Kindness IMO: 9583172 MMSI: 355311000 Newcastle Harbour April 22 2017 Spirit of Ho Ping IMO: 9433638, MMSI: 372264000 Leaving the Port of Newcastle 13 June 2020

Spirit of Ho Ping Bulk Carrier, IMO: 9433638, MMSI: 372264000 Leaving the Port of Newcastle New South Wales Asutralia #SpiritofHoPing #HoPing #BulkCarrier #Ship #CargoShip

Spirit of Ho Ping Leaving Newcastle

Bulk Carriers Alam Setia Sydney Harbour 29 July 2018 Pacific Kindness IMO: 9583172 MMSI: 355311000 Newcastle Harbour April 22 2017 Spirit of Ho Ping IMO: 9433638, MMSI: 372264000 Leaving the Port of Newcastle 13 June 2020