Captured German Hipper class heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen at Boston before she was taken to Bikini Atoll for use as a December 1946 nuclear test target: another view nearby.
Imperial Japanese Navy in colorized photos
4 June The abandoned USS Yorktown listing to port. The carrier…
Pocket-battleship 'Admiral Graf Spee', pin by Paolo Marzioli
Another view of that hair-raising Pagoda superstructure of the Japanese battleship Fuso.
Admiral Hipper-class heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen, showing "bow wave" and disruptive pattern with blacked out bow, camouflage pattern!
(Former German) heavy cruiser USS Prinz Eugen (aka moored at Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, February
HMS Revenge: brand new in she had just joined the Grand Fleet at the time of Jutland. The single funnelled 15 in 'R' class were notably slower (but cheaper) than the preceding Queen Elizabeths. She served on into
'pocket battleship' Admiral Scheer during a visit to Gibraltar, A successful commerce raider, she survived almost to the end of capsizing at Kiel under RAF bombing in Her wreck remains there - the harbour was filled in post war.
Battleship HMS Warspite entering the Grand Harbor of Valletta, Malta, in The radical change in appearance resulting from her modernization is obvious. Warspite saw more action across two World Wars than any other battleship of any Navy.