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Wednesday, 1 October 2014

FLEETS #5: Royal Navy in WWI and WWII: classes, vessels and losses

In the following images they are depicted the most important classes of warships which were in service with the Royal Navy in World War I, all the vessels that were in service with Royal Navy in both World Wars and those were lost during these great wars. More posts will follow for your collection of current naval fleets but also of fleets from the past.

All the ships of Royal Navy in WWII (1939)
Click to enlarge and save the image to view the details - Royal Navy vessels in World War II. High resolution here. Image by Oscar Parkes for Daily Telegraph. They are included two of the Lion class battleships that never completed. Also notice two of the five King George V class battleships with the old names (Jellicoe, later Anson and Beatty, later Howe). Ships that their construction started after 1939 are not included such as the battleship HMS Vanguard.

Naval losses of Royal Navy in World Wars

Click to enlarge and save the image to view the details - Royal Navy vessels that were lost in both World Wars.
The image in high resolution here.
Royal Navy in WWI

Click to enlarge and save the image to view the details - Royal Navy in WWI.
The image in high resolution here.

And reattached another image (see Fleets #3) to have a complete picture of RN classes in WWII

 Royal Navy in WWII

Click to enlarge and save the image to view the details - Royal Navy in WWII.
The image in high resolution here.

2 comments:

  1. Very nice. Thanks for posting these.

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    1. You're welcome. I am glad you find them interesting, more such images will follow!

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