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Saturday, 26 January 2019

FLEETS #27: Royal Yugoslav Navy, Polish Navy, Royal Hellenic Navy and Finnish Navy in WWII

The following images illustrate the most important classes of warships that were in service with the navies of Yugoslavia, Greece, Poland and Finland during the World War II. All the images are created by www.naval-encyclopedia.com. In that page you can read some excellent naval history articles, to download other graphs or you can purchase the same graphs in high resolution in the online shop! More posts will follow for your collection of current naval fleets but also of fleets from the past.

Royal Yugoslav Navy (Jugoslavenska Ratna Mornarica, Југословенска Pатна Mорнарица) in WWII

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Royal Hellenic Navy (Βασιλικό Ναυτικό) in WWII (more details here)
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Polish Navy (Marynarka Wojenna) in WWII

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Finnish Navy (Merivoimat) in WWII

Finnish Navy in WWII

5 comments:

  1. The polish chart is full of errors.

    "Wicher" not "Witcher". It means "whirlwind".
    "Błyskawica" not "Bryslawicka". It means "lightning".
    "Jaksólka" not "Jakolska". It means "swallow"
    "Żuraw" not "Zuratw". It means "crane" (bird).
    "Mozyrsk" not "Mozyrk". It's city name.

    Where are "Krakowiak", "Ślązak" and "Kujawiak" - Type II Hunt-class escort destroyers?

    Where is "Jastrząb" (ex USS "S-25") S-class submarine?

    Where are "Dzik" (ex HMS "P52") and "Sokół" (ex HMS "Urchin") U-class submarines?

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    1. I spotted also mistakes like those you mention on the other charts as well such as the Greek one (which it is Royal Hellenic Navy that period by the way). In general, the creator has done a difficult and good job to represent all these classes and Navies in various period.

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  2. I don't what's wrong, but I cannot click on the "Finnish navy (Merivoimat) in WWII" picture to enlarge it, although the text below says I can. Sad since this was the most interesting picture for me.

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    1. It is of low resolution, that's the maximum resolution you can have unfortunately. I will change the caption.

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  3. As always these graphics are so enlightening. Look forward to the next grouping.

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