Panzerschiff Admiral Graf Spee’s forward triple-gun turret, circa
14 in battleship USS Texas, only survivor of the dreadnought era (though Japanese pre-dreadnought Mikasa also survives). She is preserved at Galveston.
KMS Admiral Graf Spee - The Admiral Graf Spee was scuttled off the coast of Montevideo in the 1939 Battle of the River Plate
The wreck of the Admiral Graf Spee 1940
WWII The German battleship Bismarck. This photo offers a good view of the enormous beam. The Bismarck was the widest battleship in the world. Only the Japanese battleships of the Yamato Class (then still under construction) would have a wider beam of
Foredeck of the Royal Navy's most famous warship, 15 in battlecruiser HMS Hood…
1898 US Naval History - The monitor USS Puritan with deck cleared for action
Scharnhorst in 1939
The Battleship TEXAS is ONE of the last dreadnoughts in preservation in the…
Enclosed control tower of German 11 in pocket battleship Admiral Graf Spee in…
The German pocket battleship Admiral Graf Spee, in flames off Montevideo, Uruguay on December The crew of the Admiral Graf Spee had just engaged in the Battle of the River Plate, after three Royal Navy cruisers hunted it down and attacked.