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HMS Rodney (pennant number 29) was one of two Nelson-class battleships built for the Royal Navy in the mid-1920s. She was named after Admiral Lord Rodney. The Nelsons were unique in British battleship...

HMS Rodney (pennant number was one of two Nelson-class battleships built for the Royal Navy in the She was named after Admiral Lord Rodney. The Nelsons were unique in British battleship.

Photo of Nelson and Rodney or Rodney and Nelson the hood in back ground

Hms Nelson Photograph - Hms Nelson And Hms Rodney Battleships And Battlecruisers Hms Hood Circa 1941 by California Views Mr Pat Hathaway Archives

Posted Image Royal Navy, Nelson class battleship

newest first, add any if I missed any out (Battleships only no battlecruisers) Vanguard (built during the war) 1 ship HMS Vanguard sold for scrap.

A fine colourised photo of HMS Barham between the wars. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

HMS Queen Elizabeth-class battleship 'Barham' In December she collided with and sank destroyer HMS Duchess.

The Might of the Royal Navy: The British 5th Battle Squadron leaves port, lead by dreadnoughts HMS Barham, Valiant, Malaya, and Warspite.

British Battle Squadron at sea: 'Queen Elizabeth' Battleships HMS Barham Valiant Malaya and Warspite. The Squadron fought at the Battle of Jutland May 1916 in Admiral Beatty’s Battle Cruiser Fleet suffering significant damage to Warspite and Malaya

16 in battleship HMS Rodney, 1937 - together with sister Nelson, the Royal Navy's first capital ships of the post-dreadnought era.

16 in battleship HMS Rodney, 1937 - together with sister Nelson, the Royal Navy's first capital ships of the post-dreadnought era.

British battleship HMS Erin in 1918. A fine colourised photo. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

British battleship HMS Erin in A fine colourised photo. The primary armament was ten in mm) Mark VI guns, arranged in five double turrets all on the centre-line of the ship.

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