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  • The '''''Courageous'' class''' of warship consisted of two vessels, variously described as battle cruis {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...n chose to specialise in a variety of areas dealing with innovations: from ship design to electricity to submarines (he conducted the first Royal Navy tria On 1 January, 1916, he was appointed an Additional Member of the Second Class, or Knight Commander, in the Military Division of the Most Honourable Order
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  • The only member of her class, she was the first all-big-gun battleship to be laid down, launched, and co .... At some point all 12-inch gun machinery started for the ''Lord Nelson'' class was appropriated to the ''Dreadnought'', and the orders interchanged.{{PQDN
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  • The '''''Abercrombie''''' class of monitors were the first modern variants of that type to be adopted for t {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • Six '''''Siegfried'' class coast defence ships''' were completed for the German Navy in the 1890s. {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • Four '''''Brandenburg'' Class Battleships''' were completed for the [[Imperial German Navy]] in the 1890s {| class="wikitable collapsible" border=2 cellpadding=2 cellspacing=0 style="margin:
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  • ...rge V''''' was one of four [[H.M.S. King George V (1911)|''King George V'' class battleships]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]] shortly before the war. ...teration could be copied for ''Ajax'', ''Audacious'' and the ''Iron Duke'' class.<ref>Letter in D'Eyncourt Papers at the National Maritime Museum's Caird Li
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  • ...rmed part of the [[King George V Class Battleship (1911)|''King George V'' class]]. She saw constant service throughout the [[First World War]] and during .... After many years in this duty she ended up as a decoy and anti-aircraft ship during the Mediterranean campaign of the Second World War. Towards the end
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  • ...lossus''''' was one of two [[Colossus Class Battleship (1910)|''Colossus'' class battleships]] completed for the [[Royal Navy]] in 1911. ...8 August, 1911, by Captain [[Dudley Rawson Stratford de Chair|Dudley R. S. de Chair]] for service in the Second Division of the {{HomeFleet}}.<ref>"The N
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  • ...ne''''' was a battleship of the [[Royal Navy]], and the only member of her class. She was laid down at [[Portsmouth Royal Dockyard]] in 1909, launched the ..."Neptune" carried out 11th March 1912 at Tetuan." Docket in {{UK-Lion}}'s ship's cover. SC 251. Brass Foundry Out-Station, National Maritime Museum.</re
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  • ...Temeraire''''' was a [[Bellerophon Class Battleship (1907)|''Bellerophon'' class battleship]] of the British [[Royal Navy]] built at [[Devonport Royal Docky The ship was one of seven which tested [[Willis and Robinson Electric Revolution Tel
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  • ''Kearsarge'', the lead ship of her class of battleships, was the first ship of the [[United States Navy]] to be named, by act of Congress, in honor of ...rwegian barque ''Nordhav'' which had been sunk by the German Submarine ''{{DE-U117}}''. The survivors were landed in Boston.
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  • ...'Kentucky''''', (BB-6) a [[Kearsarge Class Battleship (1898)|''Kearsarge'' class]] pre-dreadnought of the [[United States Navy]] was launched 24 March, 1898 ...Roosevelt as a unit in the 2d Squadron. After calling at Trinidad and Rio de Janeiro, the warships passed in order through the Straits of Magellan to vi
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  • .... Tuesday, 16 January, 1912. Issue '''39796''', col B, p. 13.</ref> The ship was launched on 12 October on a sunny Saturday before a crowd estimated to The ship re-commissioned at Portsmouth 24 October, 1923.{{NLApr25|p. 248}}
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  • The ship was commissioned at Portsmouth on 20 September 1927.{{NLFeb29|p. 261}} In July 1914, the ship was appropriated 42-foot motor launch No. 248, though the boat was not yet
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  • ...etary to the First Lord]], [[Dudley Rawson Stratford de Chair|Dudley R. S. de Chair]]; Sir James Marshall, Director of Dockyards; [[George Le Clerc Egert ...declined to admit his involvement with the incident in his history of the ship.
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  • ...M.S. ''Terror''''' was one of two [[Erebus Class Monitor (1916)|''Erebus'' class monitors]] launched in 1916 for the [[Royal Navy]]. In 1924, she replaced the battlecruiser {{UK-Tiger}} as Turret Drill Ship at Portsmouth, having undergone a refit at a cost that had been projected t
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  • ...>{{ShipCareer|fullname=H.M.S. ''Raglan'' (1915)|fate2={{DE-Breslau}} and {{DE-Goeben}}{{DittColl|p. 102}} ...required either in the Grand Fleet or on patrol duties, so a new class of ship, with a shallow draught for inshore work and a requisite small number of bi
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  • {{Footer Odin Class Coast Defence Ship (1894)}} {{CatShipCoastDefenceShip|DE}}
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  • {{Footer Siegfried Class Coast Defence Ship (1889)}} {{CatShipCoastDefenceShip|DE}}
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