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Discover the rich history and impressive fleet of the Royal Navy. Learn about its notable vessels, heroic sailors, and pivotal role in maritime warfare.
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HMS Queen Elizabeth dwarfs Royal Navy ships as she takes part in sea trials in her maiden voyage

THESE are the first pictures of the Royal Navy’s giant new flagship as she is put through her paces in the North Sea. HMS Queen Elizabeth – nicknamed Big Lizzie – towered above warships…

Albert Lin
Solve Philip de Laszlo, Lord Louis Mountbatten (1924) jigsaw puzzle online with 80 pieces Lord Mountbatten, Louis Mountbatten, Admiral Of The Fleet, Prince

Philip de Laszlo, Lord Louis Mountbatten (1924)

(80 pieces jigsaw puzzle) Louis Mountbatten Admiral of the Fleet Louis Francis Albert Victor Nicholas Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma (1990–1979), was a British Royal Navy officer and statesman; an uncle of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (husband of the current Queen Elizabeth); and second cousin once removed of Queen Elizabeth II (the current Queen). During the Second World War, he was Supreme Allied Commander, South East Asia Command (1943–1946). He was the last Viceroy of…

Naval Analyses: WARSHIPS OF THE PAST: Tiger class cruisers of the Royal Navy Aircraft Structure, Uk Navy, Navy Coast Guard, Royal Navy Ships, Heavy Cruiser, Naval Force, Naval History, Navy Aircraft, Royal Air Force

WARSHIPS OF THE PAST: Tiger class cruisers of the Royal Navy

Written by D-Mitch HMS Blake as a helicopter cruiser Laid down in 1941-42, the three cruisers of the Tiger class were originally to have been sister ships to Superb, an improved variant of the Swiftsure class cruisers (also known as the Minotaur class), a modified version of the Crown Colony class cruisers, but their construction was slowed down. Finally, the ships were launched in 1944-45 and they were left incomplete until their future had been decided. It was not until 1951 that a plan…

Nigel Bramble