HMS Hooh in Johyn Brown and Co. Shipyard... 1919-1920. PDF in comments showing construction from the keel up.[936x750]
Post with 4210 views. HMS Hooh in Johyn Brown and Co. Shipyard... 1919-1920. PDF in comments showing construction from the keel up.[936x750]
May 24, 1941: Gone in a flash. The crew of HMS Hood, good men and true, vanished in minutes when one of Bismarck's shells ripped through her decks to explode in one of her aft magazines during the Battle of Denmark Strait. The battle cruiser split in two and sank in three minutes with only three of her 1,418 crew members surviving. The blow to the pride of the Royal Navy was devastating and Churchill put all available resources to the task of finding and sinking the German battleship…
This Day in WWII History: May 27, 1941: Bismarck sunk by Royal Navy
On May 27, 1941, the British navy sinks the German battleship Bismarck in the North Atlantic near France. The German d...
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ironwarriors: “ “Bismarck firing on Hood and Prince of Wales, Battle of Denmark Strait, 24 May 1941, photographed from Prinz Eugen” ”