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Imperial Russian battleship “Tsesarevich”, 1913.

Russian battleship Tsesarevich, in Baltic Note classic white scheme with cap bands. These were the salad-days of her life.

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Vintage photographs of battleships, battlecruisers and cruisers.: Imperial Russian Navy predreadnought battleship Pobeda in Pyraeus, Greece.

USS TEXAS 1895, typical of an ambiguous class of warships in the early steam era during the transition from coastal ironclads to sea-going steel warships. This vessel has been alternately classed as an armored cruiser or a 2nd class battleship. In reality, it was an awkward, experimental vessel that performed neither role well. Yeah well, that may be true, but she still looks awesome.

USS TEXAS typical of an ambiguous class of warships in the early steam era…

Imperial Russian battleship "Slava" in Kronstadt, early of 1910s.

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The Shikishima-class Battleship "Hatsuse", 2 Feb 1901. Aqfter it had completed it in Armstrong Whitworth at the Elswick Yard, she represented the Meiji Emperor at Queen Victoria's funeral.

The Shikishima-class Battleship "Hatsuse", 2 Feb Aqfter it had completed it in Armstrong Whitworth at the Elswick Yard, she represented the Meiji Emperor at Queen Victoria's funeral.

IJN battleship Fuso. 大日本帝国海軍戦艦-扶桑

Another view of that hair-raising Pagoda superstructure of the Japanese battleship Fuso.

Artificially coloured view of 12.8 in  battleship Conte di Cavour: one of four dreadnought era battleships completely rebuilt by the Italians to near modern standards in the 1930s, she was sunk at anchor by the Fleet Air Arm during the famous Taranto Raid of November 1940.  Though raised, repairs were still incomplete by the time of the Italian surrender in September 1943.

Artificially coloured view of in battleship Conte di Cavour: one of four…

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