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T-Class Submarines British Royal Navy: The Royal Navy's T-class (or Triton class) of diesel-electric submarines was designed in the 1930's to replace the O, P and R classes. Fifty-three members of the class were built just before and during the Second World War, where they played a major role in the British Royal Navy's submarine operations.

T-Class Submarines British Royal Navy: The Royal Navy's T-class (or Triton class) of diesel-electric submarines was designed in the 1930's to replace the O, P and R classes. Fifty-three members of the class were built just before and during the Second World War, where they played a major role in the British Royal Navy's submarine operations.

HMS Hood (51) battlecruiser of the British Royal Navy in May 24, 1941. (wikipedia.image) 9.17

HMS Hood (51) battlecruiser of the British Royal Navy in May 24, 1941. (wikipedia.image) 9.17

модифицированный линдер

модифицированный линдер

HMS Newfoundland (59) Crown Colony-class light cruiser of the British Royal Navy leading...behind, a carrier.

HMS Newfoundland Crown Colony-class light cruiser of the British Royal Navy leading.behind, a carrier.

джервис бэй

джервис бэй

HMS Norfolk (78) was a County class heavy cruiser of the British Royal Navy, along with her sister ship Dorsetshire, she was part of a planned four-ship subclass. She served throughout World War II. (Diagram B)

HMS Norfolk was a County class heavy cruiser of the British Royal Navy, along with her sister ship Dorsetshire, she was part of a planned four-ship subclass. She served throughout World War II. (Diagram B)