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German battleship Grosser Kurfürst photographed during Operation Albion in October 1917

German battleship Grosser Kurfürst photographed during Operation Albion in…

Battleship Gneisenau on trials after the 1939 refit which gave her the raked 'Atlantic' bow shown prominently here, and also a funnel cap.  She operated to considerable effect with sister Scharnhorst till February 1942, when she was crippled by RAF bombing whilst in dry dock to repair mine damage sustained in the famous 'Channel Dash' earlier that month.  She is not combat loaded - note from the water line how high she is riding!

Battlecruiser / Battleship Gneisenau on trials after the 1939 refit which gave…

Scalehobbyist.com: Konig German Battleship by ICM Models

Full hull model that measures inches long when complete. Crisply molded and features display stand with decals.

SMS Von Der Tann, the first German battle-cruiser, a "better armored response" to the first British battle cruiser, HMS Invincible.

The German battlecruiser SMS Von der Tann at anchor. The photo was probably taken during Von der Tann´s cruise to South America in

Vintage фотографии линкоров, крейсеров и крейсеров .: августе 2013

12 in Kaiser class battleship SMS Friedrich der Grosse, Admiral Scheer's flagship at Jutland in Like most of her High Seas Fleet contemporaries she was scuttled at Scapa Flow in June

HMS Dreadnought - 1906

HMS Dreadnought - first of the Modern era battleships. What began as a naval arms race between England and Germany, resulted in the uniformity of turret gun size being implemented on battleships of all nations.

IJN Hatsuse steaming through the open swing bridge, at Newcastle Upon Tyne. Around 1899-1901. Built at the Armstrong-Whitworth, Elswick Works. Hatsuse was a Shikishima Class Battleship and her story began immediately after completion in 1901. When sailing for Japan she was to represent the Meji Emperor, at the funeral of Queen Victoria.

historyfan: “IJN Hatsuse steaming through the open swing bridge, at Newcastle Upon Tyne. Around Built at the Armstrong-Whitworth, Elswick Works. Hatsuse was a Shikishima Class Battleship.

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