battleship

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Synonyms for battleship

Synonyms for battleship

large and heavily armoured warship

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INSPIRATION: HMS Superb, a Dreadnought battleship, after its launch on the Tyne in November 1907: FAMILY GROUP: George Reid in a photograph taken in 1940 when he joined the Royal Australian Airforce.
5 knots they were slow, even by dreadnought battleship standards.
HMS Colossus, a Dreadnought battleship, being towed to the breakers by Tees Towing Company tugs Kings Cross and Samphire Batts ?
The man who designed the dreadnought battleship and the Elswick cruiser which was sold to navies around the world kept the large, leather-bound book throughout his illustrious career.
At the beginning of his tour, much fewer than half of his first-line capital units consisted of all-big-gun battleships; in 1913, two out of his four battleship squadrons were still made up of the older predreadnought-type battleships; and in July 1914, the third dreadnought battleship squadron was still at half strength.
As she was not completed until August 9, 1946 she took no part in World War II, the only British dreadnought battleship never to have gone to war.
The 23,000-ton Dreadnought Battleship mined on October 27, 1914, lies upside down in 65 metres of water north of Lough Swilly, County Donegal.
Bob has suggested that the lines of the ship are those of a warship, possibly a Dreadnought battleship in the process of being broken up.
The flagship of the Jaguar fleet ( an apt title ( reminds me of a dreadnought battleship.
Prior to these finds, five Japanese warships consisting of two dreadnought battleships - Fuso and Yamashiro - and three Asashio class destroyers Yamagumo, Asagumo, and Michishio were also found by the same crew in Surigao Strait during their expedition on Nov.
It wasn't, but the 1916 battle was fought in very different circumstances against a backdrop of submarines, torpedoes, mines and Dreadnought battleships whose huge guns could fire over immense distances.