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Battleship Collection

"Battleship: A Tale of Naval Supremacy" In the vast expanse of the open seas, a symphony of steel and power unfolds as mighty battleships clash for dominance

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Rodney, British battleship

HMS Rodney, British battleship. Date: circa 1930

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Vanguard which took the Royal Family on their tour of South Africa is escorted back

HMS Vanguard which took the Royal Family on their tour of South Africa is escorted back into Porstmouth Harbour by Motor Torpedeo Boats

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Hood, the last battlecruiser built for the Royal Navy

HMS Hood, the last battlecruiser built for the Royal Navy
March 17, 1924 - HMS Hood, the last battlecruiser built for the Royal Navy

Background imageBattleship Collection: Scharnhorst, German battleship

Scharnhorst, German battleship (battle cruiser). Date: 1936

Background imageBattleship Collection: H. M. S. Warspite

H. M. S. Warspite
An overhead view of H.M.S.Warspite during the Battle of Cape Matapan. Warspite was a veteran British Queen Elizabeth class battleship which had taken part in the Battle of Jutland in World War I

Background imageBattleship Collection: British battleship HMS King George V, Sydney, Australia, 1945

British battleship HMS King George V, Sydney, Australia, 1945. King George V after arriving from Tokyo where she had been present at the surrender of Japan

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Royal Oak, British battleship

HMS Royal Oak, British battleship
HMS Royal Oak, British Revenge class battleship. Date: circa 1918

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Duke of York, WW2

HMS Duke of York, WW2
HMS Duke of York, British battleship. Date: 1940s

Background imageBattleship Collection: Bismarck, German battleship, WW2

Bismarck, German battleship, WW2
The German battleship, Bismarck. The ship was sunk on 27 May 1941 in battle with British naval forces. Date: 1941

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Victory at the Battle of Trafalgar

HMS Victory at the Battle of Trafalgar
The Victory breaking the enemys line at the Battle of Trafalgar

Background imageBattleship Collection: A Dreadnought firing her great guns

A Dreadnought firing her great guns. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Royal Oak, battleship, Revenge class

HMS Royal Oak, battleship, Revenge class. 1940s

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Prince of Wales, British battleship

HMS Prince of Wales, British battleship. Date: circa 1908

Background imageBattleship Collection: H. M. S. Warspite

H. M. S. Warspite
A view of the bridge of H.M.S. Warspite, from where, as his flagship, Admiral Andrew Cunningham oversaw the Royal Naval actions during the engagement with the Italian Navy at the Battle of Cape

Background imageBattleship Collection: Dreadnought Battleship HMS Queen Elizabeth

Dreadnought Battleship HMS Queen Elizabeth, England. Shown at head of the lines Date: 1930s

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Ajax, British battleship, at Malta

HMS Ajax, British battleship, at Malta
HMS Ajax, British King George V-class battleship, seen here at Malta. Date: circa 1919

Background imageBattleship Collection: USS Nevada, American battleship, Panama Canal

USS Nevada, American battleship, Panama Canal
USS Nevada (BB36), American battleship, passing through Caillard Cut, Panama Canal, with a tug escort. Date: circa 1920

Background imageBattleship Collection: Eyes Of The Fleet

Eyes Of The Fleet
circa 1940: A Blackburn Skua two seat fighter and dive-bomber of the Fleet Air Arm with arrestor hook and wheels lowered, flying over warships of the British Fleet. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Exmouth - Royal Navy predreadnought battleship

HMS Exmouth - Royal Navy predreadnought battleship
HMS Exmouth - a Duncan class predreadnought battleship of the Royal Navy. HMS Exmouth was launched in August 1901 and served as a flagship for various fleets including the Mediterranean Fleet

Background imageBattleship Collection: The German Imperial Navy Battleship SMS Helgoland Circa 1918

The German Imperial Navy Battleship SMS Helgoland Circa 1918. The SMS Helgoland was commissioned in to the German Navy on 23rd July 1911

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Good Hope in Great War Deeds, WW1

HMS Good Hope in Great War Deeds, WW1
HMS Good Hope of the British Royal Navy going down with her last guns firing, in an action against overwhelming odds off the coast of Chile, South America

Background imageBattleship Collection: Submarine supply ship, used as floating barracks in Belfast, Northern Ireland

Submarine supply ship, used as floating barracks in Belfast, Northern Ireland. November 1969

Background imageBattleship Collection: Massena - a pre-dreadnought battleship of the French Navy

Massena - a pre-dreadnought battleship of the French Navy
Massena was a pre-dreadnought battleship of the French Navy, built in the 1890s. A member of a group of five broadly similar battleships, ordered in response to the British Royal Sovereign class

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Nelson, battleship, Nelson class

HMS Nelson, battleship, Nelson class. 1940s

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Majestic - Battleship of the Royal Navy

HMS Majestic - Battleship of the Royal Navy
HMS Majestic was a Majestic-class pre-dreadnought battleship of the Royal Navy. On 27th May 1915, she was torpedoed by a U-boat at Cape Helles during the Dardanelles Campaign

Background imageBattleship Collection: Japanese battleship Yamato

Japanese battleship Yamato
The Japanese battleship Yamato at sea, which, with her sister ship Musashi was the biggest ever built (by the time of the Second World War) displacing over 70, 000 tons at deep load. Date: c.1942

Background imageBattleship Collection: Gneisenau, German battleship

Gneisenau, German battleship
Gneisenau, German Scharnhorst-class battleship. Date: 1936

Background imageBattleship Collection: American battleships at Kiel, Germany

American battleships at Kiel, Germany. From left to right, they are USS New York (BB34), USS Wyoming (BB32) and USS Arkansas (BB33). Date: circa 1930s

Background imageBattleship Collection: Spithead panorama, ships on south side

Spithead panorama, ships on south side
Panorama of the Coronation Review: the left-hand section, showing ships on the south side. A Spithead panorama, looking west: home fleet battleships headed by the Nelson foreign warships

Background imageBattleship Collection: A Cross-Section of H. M. S. King George V by G. H. Davis

A Cross-Section of H. M. S. King George V by G. H. Davis
A cross-section of a 35, 000-ton battleship, the H.M.S. King George V, the flagship of the Pacific Fleet, and one of the more modern battleships of its time

Background imageBattleship Collection: CUBA: U. S. S. MAINE, 1898. Destruction of the U. S. Battleship Maine in Havana Harbor

CUBA: U. S. S. MAINE, 1898. Destruction of the U. S. Battleship Maine in Havana Harbor
CUBA: U.S.S. MAINE, 1898. Destruction of the U.S. Battleship Maine in Havana Harbor, 15 February 1898. Contemporary chromolithograph by Kurz & Allison

Background imageBattleship Collection: Naval Review

Naval Review
July 1907: Battleships lined up in the Solent, for the Kings Naval Review of the British Fleet. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Rodney shows her formidable 'teeth'. An unusual

HMS Rodney shows her formidable "teeth". An unusual
HMS Rodney shows her formidable " teeth". An unusual and impressive view of HMS Rodneys great 16in. guns. 15th May 1931

Background imageBattleship Collection: German pocket battleship Admiral Graf Spee, 1937

German pocket battleship Admiral Graf Spee, 1937. The Graf Spee attending the Fleet Review for the coronation of King George VI at Spithead, Hampshire

Background imageBattleship Collection: Naval Battle on the Mississippi, 1861 Civil War Engraving

Naval Battle on the Mississippi, 1861 Civil War Engraving
Engraving of the great Naval battle on the Mississippi, passage of the Second Division of the Federal Squadron past St. Philip, April 24, 1862

Background imageBattleship Collection: Japanese pre-dreadnought battleship Mikasa - built in the UK

Japanese pre-dreadnought battleship Mikasa - built in the UK
The Mikasa - a pre-dreadnought battleship built for the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) in the late 1890s, and was the only ship of her class

Background imageBattleship Collection: German fighting ship in Battle of Jutland, WW1

German fighting ship in Battle of Jutland, WW1
One of Germanys greatest fighting ships in the Battle of Jutland, First World War. 1916

Background imageBattleship Collection: Catalina Flying Boat Catalina Flying Boat

Catalina Flying Boat Catalina Flying Boat
Catalina Flying Boat - American consolidated flying boat. Two 1, 200 H.P. Pratt & Whitney Twin Wasp Engines. Range 4, 000 miles. Depicted sighting the Bismarck. Date: circa 1940s

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Victory at Portsmouth

HMS Victory at Portsmouth
" Vintage engraving from 1878 showing HMS Victory at Portsmouth. HMS Victory is a 104-gun first rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, laid down in 1759 and launched in 1765

Background imageBattleship Collection: HMS Victory - 2

HMS Victory - 2
HMS Victory, Portsmouth, England. A sailor scrubs the main deck. First published The Daily Telegraph Date: circa 1990

Background imageBattleship Collection: USA, Alabama, Mobile, Battleship Memorial Park, USS Alabama

USA, Alabama, Mobile, Battleship Memorial Park, USS Alabama

Background imageBattleship Collection: Aboard H. M. S. Prince of Wales, 1941, (1945). Creator: Unknown

Aboard H. M. S. Prince of Wales, 1941, (1945). Creator: Unknown
Aboard H.M.S. " Prince of Wales", August 1941, (1945). British Prime Minister Winston Churchill on the deck of the battleship Prince of Wales during the Second World War

Background imageBattleship Collection: George VI, Admiral of the Fleet in the Royal Navy, 1936

George VI, Admiral of the Fleet in the Royal Navy, 1936. The future King George VI (1895-1902) served in the Navy from 1910 until 1918

Background imageBattleship Collection: British battleship firing its guns

British battleship firing its guns
Hurling one-ton shells twenty miles. A British battleship fires its 16 inch guns which are able to hurl shells twenty miles across the ocean. Date: 1932



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"Battleship: A Tale of Naval Supremacy" In the vast expanse of the open seas, a symphony of steel and power unfolds as mighty battleships clash for dominance. Among them, the legendary HMS Rodney emerges, proudly representing British naval might. With her imposing presence and formidable armament, she stands as a symbol of strength. On the opposing side looms Scharnhorst, a German battleship known for her relentless pursuit of victory. The tension between these two giants is palpable as they engage in an epic struggle to outmaneuver each other on treacherous waters. Meanwhile, HMS Hood takes center stage - the last battlecruiser built for the Royal Navy. Her sleek design and unparalleled speed make her a force to be reckoned with. As she sails into battle with H. M. S Warspite by her side, their combined firepower becomes an unstoppable force against any foe that dares to challenge them. The Battle of River Plate comes alive through vivid strokes on canvas depicting HMS Exeter engaging Graf Spree in 2009. The artist's skill captures every detail - from billowing smoke to raging waves - transporting us back in time to witness this historic encounter. As World War II rages on, Bismarck enters the scene - another fearsome German battleship that strikes fear into the hearts of all who face her wrath. Yet even amidst such turmoil, Dreadnought Battleship HMS Queen Elizabeth rises above it all with unrivaled precision and devastating firepower. HMS Prince of Wales joins this illustrious fleet; a British battleship ready to defend its nation's honor at any cost. And let us not forget about HMS Hood (2), immortalized in oil on canvas in 2016 – reminding us once again why she remains etched forever in our collective memory. Stepping further back into history reveals another iconic vessel – HMS Victory at the Battle of Trafalgar.