A German minelaying submarine lies on the beach in Hastings, Sussex, after it ran aground while been towed to France, where it was to be broken up for scrap in April Credit: Alamy. A ‘submarine graveyard’ from WWI has been found off the coast of England
HMS Berwick, Monmouth-class armoured cruiser, assigned to the 2nd Cruiser Squadron of the Channel Fleet upon completion in 1903 and was transferred to the Home Fleet in 1906. She accidentally rammed and sank a British destroyer in 1908. She captured a German merchant ship shortly after World War I began and patrolled for German commerce raiders and escorted convoys during war.
12 in battlecruiser SMS Derrflinger entering internment at Scapa Flow in November She was probably the most famous German battlecruiser of sinking HMS Invincible and (together with SMS Seydlitz, her only credible rival) HMS Queen Mary at Jutland in
Condorcet was one of the six Danton class battleships built for the French Navy in the mid-1900s. The ship participated in the Battle of Antivari in the Adriatic Sea and helped to sink an Austro-Hungarian protected cruiser. Condorcet spent most of the rest of the war blockading the Straits of Otranto and the Dardanelles to prevent German, Austro-Hungarian and Turkish warships bottled up.