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HMS Terror was an Erebus-class monitor launched on 18 May She joined the Dover Patrol in August, 1916 and operated against German forces on the. Royal Navy, Us Navy, Marina Real, Battle Of Ypres, Monitor, Naval History, Military History, Air Raid, Hale Navy

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HMS Terror was an Erebus-class monitor launched on 18 May 1916. She joined the Dover Patrol in August, 1916 and operated against German forces on the...

"USS was a Arkansas Class Monitor – Commissioned: 18 June 1903 – Crew: 13 Officers 209 Men – Armament: 2 x 12 Inch Breech Loading Rifles Dual Turret) 4 x 4 Inch Guns Single Mounts) 3 x Guns – Decommissioned: 24 March 1922 and Sold for Scrap: 25 July 1922 Naval History, Military History, Us Navy Ships, Big Guns, United States Navy, American War, Sea And Ocean, Power Boats, Model Ships

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The british monitor HMS Erebus, armed with 2 guns and smaller pieces. Monitors were designed as gun platforms for shore bombardment in shallow waters. Wooden Boat Plans, Wooden Boats, Shallow Water Boats, Monitor, Steam Boats, Naval History, Navy Ships, Military Equipment, Aircraft Carrier

September 2nd Focus: Erebus class Monitors

June 7th Focus: USS South Dakota - posted in Battleship Era: FIND ALL OUR DAILY THREADS HERE June 7th 06-07-1882 Howe Admiral Laid Down 06-07-1902 London Formidable Commissioned 06-07-1914 Giulio Cesare Conte di Cavour class Commissioned 1941 - Santa Fe – Cleveland-class– Laid down 1941 – South Dakota – South Dakota class - Launched 06-07-1942 Midway Battle 1943 – Tulagi – Casablanca-class– Laid down 1944 – Kwajalein – Ca...

HMS Gorgon was one of the two Gorgon-class monitors. She was was ordered by Norway in 1913 to supplement the older Eidsvold class and Tordenskjold class. Merchant Marine, Naval History, Navy Ships, Submarines, Historical Pictures, Royal Navy, Water Crafts, Battleship, World War I

HMS Gorgon (1914), HMS Gorgon and her sister ship Glatton were two monitors originally built as coastal defence ships for the Royal Norwegian Navy, as HNoMS Nidaros and Bjørgvin respectively, by Armstrong Whitworth at Elswick. She was purchased from Norway at the beginning of the First World War, but was not completed until 1918 although she had been launched over three years earlier. She engaged targets in Occupied Flanders for the last several months of the war and fired the last shots of…

La Campaña Naval de 1879 (Chile - Perú), MONITOR Huascar Marina Real, Monitor, Spanish Armada, Man Of War, Aircraft Carrier, Model Ships, American Civil War, Battleship, Chile

La Campaña Naval de 1879 (Chile - Perú) - Página 31

A inicios de 1879 se inicio el conflicto mas importante en esta parte del pacifico sur del SXIX, al inicio de la contienda que enfrentaria a CHILE por un lad…

HMS Erebus was a First World War monitor launched on June 1916 and served in both world wars. Naval History, Military History, British Armed Forces, Merchant Marine, Navy Ships, Submarines, Aircraft Carrier, Model Ships, Royal Navy

HMS Erebus (I02) 1916, was a First World War monitor. During the First World War, Erebus bombarded German naval forces based at the Belgian ports of Ostend and Zeebrugge. On 28 October 1917, she was damaged by a remote controlled German FL-boat, and suffered the loss of 50 ft (15 m) of anti-torpedo bulge. In 1943, she was damaged while bombarding Sicily during the Allied invasion of Sicily.Erebus was used during the Normandy Landings on 6 June 1944.

HMS Glatton was a breastwork monitor which served in the Victorian Royal Navy. Chatham Dockyard, Wooden Boat Kits, Ship Paintings, Naval History, Navy Ships, Historical Pictures, Model Ships, Royal Navy, Military Art

HMS_Glatton_(1871) was a breastwork monitor which served in the Victorian Royal Navy.