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Acorazado Radetzky 1911

Acorazado Radetzky 1911

The Tatra class of torpedo-destroyers of the Austro-Hungarian navy numbered six vessels; Tatra, Csepel, Lika, Orjen, Balaton and Triglav. They were all built at Porto Re and launched during 1912-13.

The Tatra class of torpedo-destroyers of the Austro-Hungarian navy numbered six vessels; Tatra, Csepel, Lika, Orjen, Balaton and Triglav. They were all built at Porto Re and launched during

Austro-Hungarian dreadnought battleship of the Tegetthoff class, SMS Viribus Unitis.[3945 x 2344]

Austro-Hungarian battleship SMS Prinz Eugen in 1913

A new image of ship that launched an era: HMS Dreadnought

This warship paper model is the HMS Dreadnought a battleship of the Royal Navy that revolutionised naval power. Her entry into service in 1906 repr

12 in St Vincent class dreadnought HMS Collingwood, 1912. The future King George VI served in her 'A' turret during the Battle of Jutland in 1916.

12 in St Vincent class dreadnought HMS Collingwood at Rosyth. She fought at the Battle of Jutland on May 1916 in Vice Admiral Sir Cecil Burney’s Battle Squadron. The future King George VI served in her 'A' turret under the name ‘Mr Johnson'.

SMS Tegetthoff was an Austro-Hungarian dreadnought battleship of the Tegetthoff class named after Wilhelm von Tegetthoff, a 19th-century Austrian admiral most notable for defeating the Italian Navy in the Battle of Lissa.  Tegetthoff was built at the Stabilimento Tecnico Triestino yard in Trieste as part of the first and only class of dreadnought battleships in the Austro-Hungarian Navy. After her construction in 1912, an earlier armoured battleship named SMS Tegetthoff was renamed Mars.

SMS Tegetthoff was an Austro-Hungarian dreadnought battleship of the Tegetthoff class named after Wilhelm von Tegetthoff, a 19th-century Austrian admiral most notable for defeating the Italian Navy in the Battle of Lissa. Tegetthoff was built at the Stabilimento Tecnico Triestino yard in Trieste as part of the first and only class of dreadnought battleships in the Austro-Hungarian Navy. After her construction in 1912, an earlier armoured battleship named SMS Tegetthoff was renamed Mars.

23 Feb. 1916 - Inspection of the armored cruiser S.M.S. Sankt Georg of the Austro-Hungarian Navy.

1916 - Inspection of the armored cruiser S. Sankt Georg of the Austro-Hungarian Navy.

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July 1914 - Austro-Hungarian warships (Monitors) bombard Belgrade, capital of Serbia. The Danube Flotilla fire the first military shots of the Great War.

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