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Destroyers Collection (#2)

Background imageDestroyers Collection: British destroyers v. German U-boat by G. H. Davis

British destroyers v. German U-boat by G. H. Davis
The long arm of the Royal Navy: a German U-boat meets its end in the Atlantic, British destroyers having picked up its trail 120 miles away

Background imageDestroyers Collection: Australian fleet in Mediterranean by G. H. Davis

Australian fleet in Mediterranean by G. H. Davis
Bravo Australia! The first colony (of the British Empire) with a fleet of its own -- the fighting force of the Mediterranean. Two panoramic views of the ships of the Australian navy. 1913

Background imageDestroyers Collection: Naval strength of Argentine Republic by G. H. Davis

Naval strength of Argentine Republic by G. H. Davis
Naval strength of the Argentine Republic. Showing a range of ships, including gunboats, destroyers and torpedo craft. Date: 1913

Background imageDestroyers Collection: H. M. S. Shark

H. M. S. Shark
The Shark was one of twenty ships in the Royal Navy K class of destroyers (previously designated as Acasta class). She was torpedoed and sunk during the Battle of Jutland, 1916 Date: 1914

Background imageDestroyers Collection: H. M. S. Acasta

H. M. S. Acasta
One of twenty ships in the Royal Navy K class of destroyers (previously designated as Acasta class). After service in World War One, the Acasta was sold for breaking up in 1921 Date: 1914

Background imageDestroyers Collection: The Japanese torpedo destroyers, the Asagiri and Hayadori, a

The Japanese torpedo destroyers, the Asagiri and Hayadori, attacking the Russian Men-of-war. Print showing Japanese torpedo boats sinking Russian battleships. Date 1904

Background imageDestroyers Collection: The destruction of Russian torpede sic destroyers by Japanes

The destruction of Russian torpede sic destroyers by Japanese torpede destroyers at Port Arthur -- the illustration of the war between Japan and Russia (no. 5)

Background imageDestroyers Collection: British destroyers at sea, WW1

British destroyers at sea, WW1
British destroyers at sea during the First World War. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageDestroyers Collection: HMS Kempenfelt and other British destroyers at sea, WW1

HMS Kempenfelt and other British destroyers at sea, WW1
HMS Kempenfelt (left, launched 1915) and other British Marksman-class destroyers at sea during the First World War. Date: 1915-1918

Background imageDestroyers Collection: HMS Laurel, British destroyer, WW1

HMS Laurel, British destroyer, WW1
HMS Laurel, British Laforey-class torpedo boat destroyer, launched 1913, served during the First World War, decommissioned 1921. Seen here travelling at full speed. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageDestroyers Collection: British destroyers under construction, WW1

British destroyers under construction, WW1
British destroyers under construction at a shipyard during the First World War. Date: 1917

Background imageDestroyers Collection: British torpedo boat destroyers at sea, WW1

British torpedo boat destroyers at sea, WW1
British torpedo boat destroyers at sea during the First World War, making a smoke screen to protect a convoy. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageDestroyers Collection: WW1 / 1915 / U-BOAT U8 SUNK

WW1 / 1915 / U-BOAT U8 SUNK
German submarine U8 sunk in the English Channel by British destroyers. Date: 1915

Background imageDestroyers Collection: Royal Navy at Portland

Royal Navy at Portland
Royal Navy vessels moored at Portland Harbour, Dorset

Background imageDestroyers Collection: British fleet 1918

British fleet 1918
British cruisers and destroyers of the Royal Navy on their way to the Estonian capital and major sea port Tallinn, carrying arms for the Estonians

Background imageDestroyers Collection: The British Mediterranean Fleet on Exercises, 1935

The British Mediterranean Fleet on Exercises, 1935
Photograph of a line of Royal Navy destroyers, setting out from Gibraltar on a naval exercise, 1935

Background imageDestroyers Collection: Indomitable Tows Lion

Indomitable Tows Lion
After the inconclusive Battle of Dogger Bank, the cruiser Indomitable tows home the damaged flagship Lion

Background imageDestroyers Collection: Zeps Spotted on the Tyne

Zeps Spotted on the Tyne
Zeppelins are spotted by destroyers on the Tyne

Background imageDestroyers Collection: Detecting a Submarine

Detecting a Submarine
Thwarting a submarine attack : an array of microphones detects the approach of a hostile submarine - then the destroyers come in to the attack !

Background imageDestroyers Collection: Miraflores Locks

Miraflores Locks
United States destroyers in the Miraflores locks



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