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KMS Z-31 in 1936

KMS Z-31 in 1936

1941 HMS Eskimo (Tribal Class DD)

1941 HMS Eskimo (Tribal Class DD)

1941 KMS Heavy Cruiser Prinz Eugen

1941 KMS Heavy Cruiser Prinz Eugen

Mercante armado Kumagawa Maru 1934, hundido en Indochina 1945

Mercante armado Kumagawa Maru 1934, hundido en Indochina 1945

USS Salt Lake City (CA-25).  Laid down: 9 June 1927. Launched: 23 January 1929. Commissioned: 11 December 1929. Decommissioned: 29 August 1947. Struck: 18 June 1948. Nickname: "Swayback Maru". Fate: Sunk as a target in 1948. Class & type: Pensacola-class cruiser. Displacement:	10,826 long tons.

USS Salt Lake City (CA-25). Laid down: 9 June 1927. Launched: 23 January 1929. Commissioned: 11 December 1929. Decommissioned: 29 August 1947. Struck: 18 June 1948. Nickname: "Swayback Maru". Fate: Sunk as a target in 1948. Class & type: Pensacola-class cruiser. Displacement: 10,826 long tons.

KMS Graf Spee 1939

KMS Graf Spee 1939

8 in heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen anchored at Gotenhafen (now Gdynia), late 1943. She was a participant in both the Bismarck saga of 1941 and the 'Channel Dash' of 1942, two of the most celebrated naval episodes of WW2. Surrendered intact in 1945, she was sacrificed post war in US nuclear tests at Bikini Atoll.

8 in heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen anchored at Gotenhafen (now Gdynia), late 1943. She was a participant in both the Bismarck saga of 1941 and the 'Channel Dash' of 1942, two of the most celebrated naval episodes of WW2. Surrendered intact in 1945, she was sacrificed post war in US nuclear tests at Bikini Atoll.

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Battle of Cape Esperance, St. Louis-class heavy cruiser! (Art painting)

Battle of Cape Esperance, St. Louis-class heavy cruiser! (Art painting)

HMS Uganda (66). Builder: Vickers-Armstrong, Newcastle. Laid down: 20 July 1939. Launched: 7 August 1941. Commissioned: 3 January 1943. Out of service: Transferred to Royal Canadian Navy on 21 October 1944. Identification: Pennant number 66. Decommissioned: 15 June 1956. Fate: Scrapped at Osaka, Japan 1961. Class: Crown Colony-class light cruiser. Displacement: 11,024 tons. Length: 169.3 m (555.5 ft). Beam: 18.9 m (62 ft). Draught: 5.3 m (16.5 ft). Speed: 33 knots (61 km/h).

HMS Uganda (66). Builder: Vickers-Armstrong, Newcastle. Laid down: 20 July 1939. Launched: 7 August 1941. Commissioned: 3 January 1943. Out of service: Transferred to Royal Canadian Navy on 21 October 1944. Identification: Pennant number 66. Decommissioned: 15 June 1956. Fate: Scrapped at Osaka, Japan 1961. Class: Crown Colony-class light cruiser. Displacement: 11,024 tons. Length: 169.3 m (555.5 ft). Beam: 18.9 m (62 ft). Draught: 5.3 m (16.5 ft). Speed: 33 knots (61 km/h).

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