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British battleship HMS Irresistible, sinking after hitting a mine, 18 March 1915, during the Battle of Gallipoli.

Spanish-American War Naval Memorials

American Civil War Navy pictures - photos & art pics - Page 12:

American Civil War Navy pictures

Upper deck of Russian battleship #Orel captured by the Japanese after the Battle of #Tsushima:

Upper deck of Russian battleship Orel captured by the Japanese after the Battle of Tsushima

Russian Battleship Tsesarevich

U.S.S. New Orleans after being hit by a torpedo 1942

sixfrigates:USS Texas (BB-35) underway March 1943:

USS Texas (BB-35) underway March 1943

This December 1941 file photo shows heavy damage to ships stationed at Pearl Harbor after the Japanese attack on the Hawaiian island on Dec. 7, 1941. Associated Press/US Navy

The wrecks of the destroyers Cassin and Downes. Pennsylvania in the background, This photo is from late on December 7th or early on December 8th.

USS Cincinnati (1862-1865). Photographed on the Western Rivers in 1862-63.

USS Conestoga, photographed during the Civil War History Name: USS Conestoga Namesake: Conestoga wagon Fate: Sunk, 1864 General characteristics Displacement: 572 ton Propulsion: Side wheeled steamer USS Conestoga was originally a civilian side-wheel towboat built at Brownsville, Pennsylvania, in 1859. She was acquired by the U.S. Army in June 1861 and converted to a 572 ton "timberclad" river gunboat for use by the Western Gunboat Flotilla, with officers provided by the navy.:

Conestoga wagon Fate: Sunk, 1864 General characteristics Displacement: 572 ton Propulsion: Side wheeled steamer USS Conestoga was originally a civilian side-wheel towboat built at Brownsville, Pennsylvania, in 1859. She was acquired by the U.S. Army in June 1861 and converted to a 572 ton "timberclad" river gunboat for use by the Western Gunboat Flotilla, with officers provided by the navy.

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“La RELIANCE en llamas en Iquíque, 1907. Foto- State Library of Victoria
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La RELIANCE en llamas en Iquíque, 1907. Foto- State Library of Victoria

"USS KATAHDIN" (1861) was a (158') Unadilla Class Gunboat – Commissioned: 17 February 1862 – Crew: 114 Officers and Enlisted – Armament: 1 × 11 Inch (280mm) Dahlgren Smoothbore Cannon, 2 x 24-Pounder Smoothbore and 2 x 20-Pounder Parrott Rifle – was assigned to the West Gulf Blockading Squadron – Decommissioned: 14 July 1865 and Sold: 30 November 1865

HMS Dreadnought - 1906:

HMS Dreadnought - 1906

HMS Superb. It looks like she's in the final stages of construction here but I'm not entirely sure.

https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/anecdotes-from-the-archive/files/2015/04/1915-04-03-Dardanelles_Irresistable.jpg

British battleship "Irresistible," launched 1898, sunk by a mine in the Dardanelles, 1915. Image: Scientific American, April 3, 1915

http://www.militarian.com/attachments/hms-black-prince-8-1904-1916-ian-jpg.6806/


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