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Background imageDestroyer Collection: H. M. S. Glowworm ramming the Admiral Hipper

H. M. S. Glowworm ramming the Admiral Hipper
The 1345-ton destroyer Glowworm ramming the 10, 000-ton German cruiser Hipper after a single-handed duel at point-blank range

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Tipperary, British destroyer leader, WW1

HMS Tipperary, British destroyer leader, WW1
HMS Tipperary, British Faulknor-class torpedo boat destroyer leader, launched 1915, served briefly during the First World War, sunk during the Battle of Jutland, 31 May 1916. Date: 1915-1916

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Papyrus of Ani (Book of the Dead) - The Judgement

Papyrus of Ani (Book of the Dead) - The Judgement
(Above) -Twelve Gods seated in Order, as judges before a table of offerings. (Below) - The Psychostasia of Weighing of the Conscience of Ani

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Fairey Swordfish Torpedo-Bomber; Second World War, 1941

Fairey Swordfish Torpedo-Bomber; Second World War, 1941
Painting showing a Fleet Air Arm Fairey Swordfish torpedo-bomber-reconnaissance airplane flying over a British destroyer (bottom centre) and the aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious (back right), 1941

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Britains Sea Power Is Yours

Britains Sea Power Is Yours
World War Two propaganda poster for the Royal Navy - Britains Sea Power Is Yours - showing destroyers in line ahead

Background imageDestroyer Collection: British Royal Navy Fleet

British Royal Navy Fleet
The British Empire on the Sea - the Royal Navy depicted en masse during the reign of King George V (1910-1936). Date: circa 1912

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Ulster, British destroyer, WW2

HMS Ulster, British destroyer, WW2
HMS Ulster (R83), British U-class destroyer. Date: circa 1940s

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Lion hit, Battle of Jutland, WW1

HMS Lion hit, Battle of Jutland, WW1
Scene during the Battle of Jutland, in the North Sea near Denmark, during the First World War, showing the British battlecruiser HMS Lion being hit on the Q turret

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Arethusa, British light cruiser, with destroyers, WW1

HMS Arethusa, British light cruiser, with destroyers, WW1
HMS Arethusa, British light cruiser, launched 1913, served in various locations during the early part of the First World War, damaged by a mine off Felixstowe and wrecked 1916

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Swift, British destroyer leader, WW1

HMS Swift, British destroyer leader, WW1
HMS Lord Nelson, British predreadnought battleship, launched 1906, served in the First World War, decommissioned 1919. Date: early 20th century

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Onslow at the Battle of the Barents Sea, Second World

HMS Onslow at the Battle of the Barents Sea, Second World
Illustration showing the Royal Navy destroyer HMS Onslow attacking superior German forces during the Battle of the Barents Sea, December 1942

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Tartar - Tribal Class Destroyer of the Royal Navy

HMS Tartar - Tribal Class Destroyer of the Royal Navy
HMS Tartar (F43) - Tribal Class Destroyer of the Royal Navy, completed 1939. Date: circa 1944

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Jervis, British destroyer

HMS Jervis, British destroyer
HMS Jervis (F00), British J-class destroyer and flotilla leader. Date: 1939

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Otto Kretschmer

Otto Kretschmer, German submarine commander and U-boat " ace" called " The Wolf of the Atlantic" coming ashore British destroyer following capture of U-99

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Echo, British destroyer, WW2

HMS Echo, British destroyer, WW2
HMS Echo (H23), British E-class destroyer. Date: circa 1940s

Background imageDestroyer Collection: USS Osborn, American destroyer

USS Osborn, American destroyer
USS Osborn (DD295), American destroyer. Date: 1926

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Vega, British destroyer

HMS Vega, British destroyer
HMS Vega (L41, changed to D52 during interwar period), British V-class destroyer. Date: circa 1920

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Keith, British destroyer

HMS Keith, British destroyer
HMS Keith, British B-class destroyer and flotilla leader. Date: circa 1930

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Blenheims and Messerschmitts by G. H. Davis

Blenheims and Messerschmitts by G. H. Davis
The fight between Bristol Blenheims and Messerschmitt 110 destroyer planes over the North Sea during the Second World War

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Walker, British destroyer, WW1 and WW2

HMS Walker, British destroyer, WW1 and WW2
HMS Walker, British V & W class destroyer, launched 1917, served briefly during the First World War and throughout the Second World War, decommissioned 1946. Date: 20th century

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Shakespeare, British destroyer at sea, WW1

HMS Shakespeare, British destroyer at sea, WW1
HMS Shakespeare, British Thornycroft-type destroyer leader, launched 1917, badly damaged by a mine towards the end of the First World War, decommissioned 1936. Date: 1917-1918

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Broke, British destroyer, WW1

HMS Broke, British destroyer, WW1
HMS Broke, British Faulknor-class destroyer leader, launched 1914, served during the First World War, sold to Chilean Navy 1920, scrapped 1933. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Lysander, Laforey class destroyer

HMS Lysander, Laforey class destroyer. Date: circa 1914

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Battleship and destroyer in a heavy sea. Date: circa 1913

Battleship and destroyer in a heavy sea. Date: circa 1913

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Dolmabahce Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey

Dolmabahce Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey, with warships of the Turkish navy on the Bosphorus in the background. 1930s

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Douglas RB-66B Destroyer, 53-435

Douglas RB-66B Destroyer, 53-435

Background imageDestroyer Collection: WW2 Destroyer crew relaxing

WW2 Destroyer crew relaxing
Relaxations of the lower deck: sailors playing tombola in a destroyer escorting a convoy. One of the rare periods of leisure for the crew of a destroyer; Royal Navy sailors play the game of tombola

Background imageDestroyer Collection: American Destroyer

American Destroyer
A destroyer of the United States Navy at high speed

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Badger Rams U-Boat 1914

Badger Rams U-Boat 1914
British destroyer Badger rams and damages a U-boat off the Dutch coast

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Paulding-class destroyer

Paulding-class destroyer
United States Navy - Paulding-class destroyer Date: circa 1912

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Douglas BTD-1 Destroyer 04959

Douglas BTD-1 Destroyer 04959 (MSN 1891), at Oceana NAS on 27 April 1979. This aircraft, the last BTD-1 to be completed, assumed the BuNo of the first XSBD-1 (msn 1363)

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Douglas RB-66B Destroyer 54-540

Douglas RB-66B Destroyer 54-540
United States Air Force - Douglas RB-66B-DL Destroyer 54-540 (msn 44840), of the 10th TRW, at RAF Finningley Battle of Britain display in September 1961 Date: 1961

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Wakeful - W-Class Destroyer

HMS Wakeful - W-Class Destroyer Date: 1939

Background imageDestroyer Collection: German tank destroyer Jagdtiger 1946

German tank destroyer Jagdtiger 1946
German tank on its way to England for technical examination, post-World War Two: a monster tank destroyer, the Jagdtiger (Jugd Tiger tank), mounted with a 125mm gun, and weighing 69 tons complete

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMAS Yarra - River-Class Torpedo Destroyer

HMAS Yarra - River-Class Torpedo Destroyer
Royal Australian Navy - HMAS Yarra / HMS Yarra, a River-Class Torpedo Destroyer, making way at speed, on the River Clyde during manufacturers trials in 1910. Yarra was built by William Denny & Bros

Background imageDestroyer Collection: A torpedo fired from HMS Afridi - British Destroyer

A torpedo fired from HMS Afridi - British Destroyer
A torpedo fired from HMS Afridi - Britains Biggest Destroyer (at this time). Date: circa 1939

Background imageDestroyer Collection: WW1 - Return of the body of Heroine Nurse Edith Cavell

WW1 - Return of the body of Heroine Nurse Edith Cavell into Dover Harbour on the R class destroyer HMS Rowena on 14th May 1919. Date: 1919

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Derwent, First Class Destroyer, Royal Navy

HMS Derwent, First Class Destroyer, Royal Navy Date: circa 1916

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Derwent probably during WW1

HMS Derwent probably during WW1 Date: circa 1916

Background imageDestroyer Collection: British salvage party on a German destroyer, Scapa

British salvage party on a German destroyer, Scapa Flow, Orkney, June 1919

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Scapa Flow, Salvage party on German destroyer

Scapa Flow, Salvage party on German destroyer

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Scapa Flow, Crew of German destroyer taking to

Scapa Flow, Crew of German destroyer taking to the boats on 21st June 1919

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Crew of a German Destroyer taking to the boats

Crew of a German Destroyer taking to the boats, Scapa Flow, Orkney, 21st June 1919

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Salvaging German Destroyer G102, Scapa Flow, Orkney

Salvaging German Destroyer G102, Scapa Flow, Orkney, June 1919

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Scapa Flow, Salvaging destroyer G102

Scapa Flow, Salvaging destroyer G102

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Scapa Flow, British boarding party alongside German

Scapa Flow, British boarding party alongside German destroyer, 21st June 1919

Background imageDestroyer Collection: Royal Navy Beagle Class Destroyer HMS Boadicea in 1930

Royal Navy Beagle Class Destroyer HMS Boadicea in 1930

Background imageDestroyer Collection: HMS Boadicea A Royal Navy Beagle Class Destroyer

HMS Boadicea A Royal Navy Beagle Class Destroyer probably 1930s



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