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bmashina:    The launching of the heavy cruiser Pola,5 December 1931

bmashina: The launching of the heavy cruiser Pola,5 December 1931

Gorizia was an Italian Zara class heavy cruiser, which served in the Regia Marina during World War II. The ship was named after the city of Gorizia. She was the only surviving cruiser of her class after the Battle of Cape Matapan in 1941.

Gorizia was an Italian Zara class heavy cruiser, which served in the Regia Marina during World War II. The ship was named after the city of Gorizia. She was the only surviving cruiser of her class after the Battle of Cape Matapan in 1941.

Italian 8in heavy cruisers Fiume, Pola and Zara (the latter lead ship of the 4 ship class) - all three were sunk with heavy loss at the Battle of Cape Matapan in March 1941 when they were caught by surprise at night by radar equipped British battleships: they had no such equipment themselves.

Italian heavy cruisers Fiume, Pola and Zara...all sunk at the Battle of Matapan, March 1941.[1252x1170]

Italian 8in heavy cruisers Fiume, Pola and Zara (the latter lead ship of the 4 ship class) - all three were sunk with heavy loss at the Battle of Cape Matapan in March 1941 when they were caught by surprise at night by radar equipped British battleships: they had no such equipment themselves.

Regia Marina Battleships 1938

Regia Marina Battleships 1938

L: \ fotos antiguas de los Estados Unidos Guerra \ \ Militar \ Civil buques \ Un 57252.jpg \ USS AgawamUSS Agawam

L: \ fotos antiguas de los Estados Unidos Guerra \ \ Militar \ Civil buques \ Un 57252.jpg \ USS AgawamUSS Agawam

The Italian Monarchist: Italian Underwater Ace Carlo Fecia di Cossato

The Italian Monarchist: Italian Underwater Ace Carlo Fecia di Cossato

All four sister ships of the Italian Zara Class Heavy Cruisers. The three mostly pictured here were all sunk at the Battle of Cape Matapan March 28,1941

All four sister ships of the Italian Zara Class Heavy Cruisers. The three mostly pictured here were all sunk at the Battle of Cape Matapan March 28th, 1941 [993x582]

All four sister ships of the Italian Zara Class Heavy Cruisers. The three mostly pictured here were all sunk at the Battle of Cape Matapan March 28,1941

RMN Littorio - Corazzata classe Littorio - Completata	6 maggio 1940 - Dislocamento	43 835t a pieno carico 45 963 Lunghezza 237,8 m m Larghezza	32,9 m m Pescaggio	9,6-10,5 m m Propulsione	8 caldaie tipo Yarrow/Regia Marina 4 turbine tipo Belluzzo/Parsons 4 eliche Potenza: 140 000 hp Velocità	30 nodi Autonomia	3 920 mn a 20 nodi (7 300 km a 37 km/h) Equipaggio	120 ufficiali, 1 800 sottufficiali e comuni - Demolita a seguito delle condizioni imposte all'Italia dal trattato di pace.

RMN Littorio - Corazzata classe Littorio - Completata 6 maggio 1940 - Dislocamento 43 835t a pieno carico 45 963 Lunghezza 237,8 m m Larghezza 32,9 m m Pescaggio 9,6-10,5 m m Propulsione 8 caldaie tipo Yarrow/Regia Marina 4 turbine tipo Belluzzo/Parsons 4 eliche Potenza: 140 000 hp Velocità 30 nodi Autonomia 3 920 mn a 20 nodi (7 300 km a 37 km/h) Equipaggio 120 ufficiali, 1 800 sottufficiali e comuni - Demolita a seguito delle condizioni imposte all'Italia dal trattato di pace.

Italian Combat Divers Decima Mas WW2 and mini submarine.

Italian Combat Divers Decima Mas WW2 and mini submarine.

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