Battleships

Some articles on battleships, battleship:

SMS Hannover - Service - Postwar Service
1919, permitted Germany to retain a surface fleet of eight obsolete battleships ... This amounted to three of the Deutschland-class battleships, Hannover, Schleswig-Holstein and Schlesien, as well as the five Braunschweig-class battleships ... Hannover was the first of all the old battleships to come in service with the Reichsmarine in February 1921 as fleet flagship in the Baltic ...
Lattice Mast - Use in The United States Navy
... The South Carolina-class battleships were the first class of American battleships to feature lattice masts, which were to become a standard fixture on all American battleships, and many cruiser ... All American battleships, up to the Colorado-class battleships were equipped with lattice masts, although in the 1920s to 1930s, the older battleships had their lattice masts replaced with more ...
Charles Martel Class Battleship
... Charles Martel and Brennus were two French ironclad battleships laid down in 1881-85, but cancelled in 1886, at an early stage of construction ... The only large French armoured battleships completed in the 19th Century to have a partial armoured belt were the Dévastation class and the Masséna.) Charles Martel - may have been laid ... The new policy was that naval operations of the future would be directed not on battleships, but on the commerce of the enemy, using cruisers and torpedo boats (then high technology) ...
Schichau-Werke - Ships Built By Schichau (selection) - Naval Ships - Battleships
... Wittelsbach-class battleship SMS Wettin Launched 6 January 1901 Braunschweig-class battleships SMS Elsass Launched 26 May 1903 SMS Lothringen Launched 27 May 1904 ...

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    By and by when each nation has 20,000 battleships and 5,000,000 soldiers we shall all be safe and the wisdom of statesmanship will stand confirmed.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)