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Thunderer was an ironclad turret ship designed by Edward James Reed with revolving turrets, launched in 1872. Thunderer and Devastation were the world's first mastless battleships; armed with four 12-inch guns in rotating turrets and with a central superstructure layout, these ships are the prototypes of all subsequent warships. With 12 inches of ironclad armour from end to end, they weighed over 6,000 tons, despite a length of only 285 feet.
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Japanese battleship Fuso running trials, 24 August 1915
IJN battleship Mutsu (older version)
RMN Roma - Corazzata classe Littorio - Entrata in servizio 14 giugno 1942 - Dislocamento 44 050 t Stazza lorda 46 215 t tsl Lunghezza 240,7 m Larghezza 32,9 m Pescaggio 10,5 m Propulsione vapore: 8 caldaie 4 gruppi turboriduttori 4 eliche Potenza 130 000 CV (160 000 con l'extrapotenza) Velocità 31 nodi (57,4 km/h) Autonomia 3 920 miglia a 20 nodi (con 4 000 t di nafta) (7 259 km a 37 km/h) Equipaggio 120 ufficiali e 1.800 equipaggio - Affondata il 9 settembre 1943 da bombardieri tedeschi
The second USS Mississippi was one of two 13,000-ton Mississippi-class battleships built by William Cramp & Sons of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and commissioned in 1908 (right). The Mississippi operated for the most part in the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean, and along the eastern coast of United States, taking one cruise up the Mississippi River as far as Natchez in order to impress taxpayers with contemporary naval technology, and one cruise across the Atlantic in 1910 to ports in France and…
Imperial Russian battleship "Imperatritsa Mariya" at anchor in Sevastopol, Crimea.