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HMS Petard (G56). Builder: Vickers-Armstrong, Walker-on-Tyne. Laid down: 26 December 1939. Launched: 27 March 1941. Completed: 15 June 1942. Fate: Broken up in June 1967 at Bo'ness. Class and type: P-class destroyer.  Displacement: 2,210 tons. Length: 362 ft 9 in (110.57 m). Beam: 35 ft (11 m). Draught: 11 ft 4.5 in (3.467 m). Speed: 37 knots (69 km/h).

HMS Petard (G56). Builder: Vickers-Armstrong, Walker-on-Tyne. Laid down: 26 December 1939. Launched: 27 March 1941. Completed: 15 June 1942. Fate: Broken up in June 1967 at Bo'ness. Class and type: P-class destroyer. Displacement: 2,210 tons. Length: 362 ft 9 in (110.57 m). Beam: 35 ft (11 m). Draught: 11 ft 4.5 in (3.467 m). Speed: 37 knots (69 km/h).

HMS HOOD on speed trials off the Isle of Arran. "The Mighty Hood" - HMS Hood

The US Naval attache joins 1941 New Year celebrations on HMS Hood, "The Mighty Hood", the Royal Navy battle cruiser that would be sunk later that year.

HMS Exeter Engaging with The Graf Spee at The Battle Of The River Plate

HMS Exeter engaging in the Graf Spree at the Battle of the River Plate, 2009 (oil on canvas) by Richard Willis

HMS Hood sinking after engaging the Bismark; HMS Prince of Wales in foreground.

HMS Hood explodes into oblivion versus the German battleship Bismarck as HMS Prince of Wales fights on alone.

Royal Navy, Battleship, Ww2

The Tanker 'Ohio' in a Malta Convoy: August 1942 by Norman Wilkinson

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HMS Eurylus (42)

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HMS Hood Battlecruiser 1941

Famous 15 in late vintage British battlecruiser HMS Hood, the largest ever built, in her final 1941 guise. Modern German battleship Bismarck disposed of her in a few salvoes on May 24 that year.

The Loss of HMS "Eagle", by Charles David Cobb.

The Loss of HMS 'Eagle' by Charles David Cobb National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth. HMS Eagle was torpedoed and sunk by the German submarine on 11 August 1942 while escorting a convoy to Malta during Operation Pedestal.

HMS Belfast - Grzegorz Nawrocki. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

HMS Belfast - Grzegorz Nawrocki. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro

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