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Friday, 20 October 2017

FLEETS #18: Italian Navy, Japanese Navy, French Navy (v.II) and Turkish Navy in WWI

The following images illustrate the most important classes of warships that were in service with the navies of Italy, Japan, France (version 2) and Turkey (Ottoman Empire) during the World War I. More posts will follow for your collection of current naval fleets but also of fleets from the past.

Italian Navy (Regia Marina) in WWI

Click to enlarge and save the image to view the details - Italian Navy in WWI


Japanese Navy (Imperial Japanese Navy) in WWI

Click to enlarge and save the image to view the details - Japanese Navy in WWI

French Navy (Marine Nationale) in WWI (version 2)

Click to enlarge and save the image to view the details - French Navy in WWI

Turkish Navy (Ottoman Navy) in WWI

Click to enlarge and save the image to view the details - Ottoman Navy in WWI. It should be mentioned
here that the battlecruiser Yavuz was acquired by the Ottoman Empire in 1914 and not 1912.

Finally I discovered the original source of those WWII and WWI fleet graphs and it is the www.naval-encyclopedia.com. There you can read some excellent naval history articles, to download other graphs or you can purchase the same graphs in high resolution in their online shop!

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