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War Ships Gallery

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Choose from 91 pictures in our War Ships collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Royal Navy losses in both World Wars, 1945 Featured Print

Royal Navy losses in both World Wars, 1945

Illustration showing the ships lost by the British Royal Navy during the Second World War (main picture) compared with those lost during the First World War (inset bottom right). This illustration shows the 776 British warships lost between the outbreak of war in 1939 and VE-Day in 1945

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Britiannia Bides Her Time Featured Print

Britiannia Bides Her Time

"Britiannia Bides Her Time.", Alick P. F. ritchie, The Bystander front cover, 19th August 1914.
In 1914, Britannia really did rule the waves, and it was widely expected that the outcome of any forthcoming conflict would be decided at sea. But like so many aspects of the war, the reality did not comply with expectations. An editorial in "The Graphic" confirmed British confidence in her naval superiority, commenting on the absence of incident in the early weeks as "...a very striking tribute to the adequacy and efficacy of the British navy... At any instant we must be prepared to hear the desperate dash of the German ships to sea - desperate because we hold the ocean with such superiority that, baring miracles, the defeat and the annihilation of the German navy is a foregone conclusion." A profile of Ritche in "The Strand" Magazine likened his style to "sly travesties of the cubists, the Futurists, and other eccentric products of the modern movement" and his "Puck-like gift of freakishness" resulted in a variety of satirical styles.

© Illustrated London News/Mary Evans

Growth of the Worlds Dreadnoughts Featured Print

Growth of the Worlds Dreadnoughts

The Dreadnought Fever visualised in The Sphere by diagrammatic illustrator, G. H. Davis showing the huge growth in the building of dreadnoughts (all-big-gun battleships) since the first built by Britain in 1905 - the trigger for a naval arms race among the major powers in the years leading up to World War I. Date: 1913

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans