Victory at Sea - Admiral Hipper
Admiral Franz von Hipper was commander of the German battlecruiser squadron of the Battle of Jutland in 1916 and subsequently became commander-in-chief of the German high seas fleet. It was for him that Admiral Hipper was named, the lead ship...
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Victory at Sea - Akagi
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Victory at Sea - Akagi
Originally laid down as an Amagi-class battlecruiser, the stipulations of the Washington Treaty resulted in her conversion to an aircraft carrier. As a result, Akagi (赤城, "Red Castle") was one of Japan’s first large aircraft carriers. Akagi and her near-sister...
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Victory at Sea - Aquila
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Victory at Sea - Aquila
The role of aircraft carriers was undervalued by the Regia Marina, as the navy was expected to operate in the Mediterranean, close to Italian air bases. This attitude was best expressed by Mussolini who said, “Italy itself is an aircraft...
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Victory at Sea - Bearn
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Victory at Sea - Bearn
In 1923 it was decided to convert an incomplete Normandie-class battleship to a carrier. Despite a refit in 1935, she was far too slow for fleet operations in World War Two and was demilitarised in 1942. In 1943 she joined...
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Victory at Sea - Blücher
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Victory at Sea - Blücher
Blücher was named for Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher, who lead the Prussians to victory at Waterloo. She was the second of the Admiral Hipper-class of heavy cruisers, completed shortly after the outbreak of World War II. She was assigned to...
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Victory at Sea - Chacal-class destroyers
Also known as the Jaguar-class, Chacal (Jackal)-class destroyers were designed to fulfil a scouting role for fleet battle lines and to attack enemy shipping in the Mediterranean. As a result, they possessed poor endurance, mounted no anti-submarine weapons, and had...
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Victory at Sea - Clemson-class destroyers
The Clemson-class was a redesign of the Wickes-class and was the last pre- World War Two class of flush-decker destroyers to be built for the United States. In all, 156 of these destroyers served with the US Navy from after...
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Victory at Sea - Conti di Cavour
Originally commissioned in 1915, Conte di Cavour and Giulio Cesare (Leonardo da Vinci was destroyed by sabotage during World War One) were rebuilt as first generation fast battleships in a process that left only 40% of the original structure in...
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Victory at Sea - Emanuele Filiberto Duca d’Aosta
This class was another extension of the Regia Marina's Condottieri (military leaders) concept, representing another step in producing a good, all-round cruiser design. It aimed to improve stability and protection once more, while keeping the armament similar to that of...
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Victory at Sea - Etna
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Victory at Sea - Etna
In 1939, Siam (now Thailand) placed on order for a pair of general-purpose light cruisers which were to be built in Italian yards. These hulls were subsequently taken over by Italy in 1942, with plans to complete them as anti-aircraft...
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Victory at Sea - Foch
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Victory at Sea - Foch
The four vessels of the Suffren-class were based on the Duquesene-class, though each was built to slightly different standards as lessons were learned from the preceding ship. Their hull form was sleek and graceful, taking a classic cruiser form. While...
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Victory at Sea - Gneisenau
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Victory at Sea - Gneisenau
While serving as commerce raiders, the Scharnhorst-class Battleships (or battlecruisers), Scharnhorst and Gneisenau were responsible for sinking over 105,000 tons of allied shipping in a single cruise. The two ships operated together for much of the early portion of the...
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Victory at Sea - Graf Zeppelin
Though laid down and launched before the start of the war, the Graf Zeppelin was never completed or commissioned, and it never saw action. Whilst four aircraft carriers of the class had originally been planned, constant in-fighting between the Kriegsmarine...
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Victory at Sea - HMS Belfast
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Victory at Sea - HMS Belfast
Launched on St Patricks Day 1938, HMS Belfast was one of ten Town-class vessels and the first vessel of the Royal Navy to be named for a Northern Ireland town. She initially operated as part of the British Naval blockade...
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Victory at Sea - HMS Dido
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Victory at Sea - HMS Dido
The first WWII mission of Dido was the escort the carrier, Furious to West Africa in November 1940, before spending four months on convoy escort duty in the Atlantic. She then joined operations in the Mediterranean in 1941, assisting in...
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Victory at Sea - HMS Duke of York
Laid down in 1937 and commissioned in 1941, HMS Duke of York was a King George V-class of battleship. She had the distinction of transporting Winston Churchill across the Atlantic to meet Franklin D. Roosevelt in the Winter of 1941....
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Victory at Sea - HMS Eagle
£18.00
Victory at Sea - HMS Eagle
An early aircraft carrier of the Royal Navy, HMS Eagle was originally a super-dreadnought of the Chilean Navy (named Almirante Cochrane), laid down in 1913, but was purchased by the Royal Navy for conversion to a carrier in 1918. This...
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Victory at Sea - HMS Hood
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Victory at Sea - HMS Hood
At one time, the HMS Hood was the largest and possibly most famous ship in the world, representing the supremacy of British sea power. Though attached to Home Fleet, the Hood took part in the sinking of the French fleet...
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Victory at Sea - HMS Neptune
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Victory at Sea - HMS Neptune
Neptune operated during her World War II service with a crew predominantly composed from the New Zealand Division of the Royal Navy, but also a large proportion of South African personnel. In late 1939 she was in pursuit of the...
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Victory at Sea - IJN Submarines & MTB sections
Submarines: The Kaidai-7-class, or KD-7, was developed in the late 1930s, following on from the preceding KD-6 class. With a surface range of 8,000nm at 16kts, and a submerged endurance of 50nm at 5kts, they possessed a slightly better underwater...
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Victory at Sea - Jeanne d'Arc
Built as a training cruiser for the French Marine Nationale the Jeanne d'Arc was both floating school and combat capable warship. During WWII she formed part of a flotilla taking French gold to Canada before joining Free French forces in...
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Victory at Sea - Kagero-class Destroyers
Essentially an enlarged Fubuki-class, the Kagerō-class hull design was scaled up to overcome earlier design deficiencies. As a result, the Kagerō-class was the equal of any of its contemporaries in other navies and superior to most. Only the initial lack...
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Victory at Sea - Koln
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Victory at Sea - Koln
Köln was the third of the Königsberg-class of light cruiser, operating between 1929 and 1945, initially under the Reichsmarine and subsequently the Kriegsmarine. In the 1930s she served as a training vessel for cadets, but the outbreak of World War...
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Victory at Sea - Kongo
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Victory at Sea - Kongo
Kongō (金剛, “Indestructible Diamond”), named for the mountain, was the first battleship of her class, serving in both the first and second world wars. At the time of construction in the early 1910s she was a capital ship (the last...
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Victory at Sea - Konigsberg
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Victory at Sea - Konigsberg
The lead ship of her class, Königsberg had a similar operational history to that of her sister ships like Köln (see above), operating as a training vessel until the outset of World War Two. She spent the early part of...
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Victory at Sea - Kriegsmarine U-Boats & MTB sections
Submarines: A long-ranged submersible, the Type IX was the most successful U-boat of the war, with each vessel averaging over 100,000 tons of shipping sunk. One Type IX, U-107, made the most successful convoy mission of the war, with nearly...
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Victory at Sea - Luigi Cadorna
A sub-class of the Condottieri-class and ordered by the Regia Marina as a follow on to the Giussano-class, these two ships had similar characteristics but were intended to have improved protection and stability. However, protection ended up being virtually the...
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Victory at Sea - Marine Nationale Fleet
At the outbreak of the Second World War, the Marine Nationale of France was a powerful force with modern battleships, which should have been a major asset to the Allied cause. The rapid fall of France in the land war...
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Victory at Sea - Merchant Convoy
Preventing attacks on defenceless merchant ships is the other main role of the navy, and it was here that the war was fought, day in and day out, by the humble corvette, frigate and destroyer escort, and later by escort...
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Victory at Sea - Mikuma
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Victory at Sea - Mikuma
The second of the four Mogami class heavy cruisers, Mikuma was completed in 1935 but quickly underwent refits to replace her main turrets with twin 203 mm guns. Her former weapons, triple 155mm guns went to Yamato. Early in her...
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