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    Posted: 26-Mar-2006 at 13:14
As my task these days is to write seminary esay about various fleets in Africa I am posting you one interesting text about The People's Navy of Angola (Marinha de Guerra Popular de Angola -- MGPA)

http://lcweb2.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?frd/cstdy:@field(DOCID +ao0168)
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German battlecrusier SMS Hindenburg

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Some Swedish ships over the ages.

A small longship, incidently the oldest still sailing.

HMS Öland teaching them Englishmen a lesson back in 1704.

An unusual ship type, an archipelago frigate of the Udema-class, mid 1700s. Had the artillery placed in turning carriages along the centerline, kind of like later day turrets.

One of very few remaining monitors, the Sölve. John Ericsson gave his blueprints to Sweden just some month after Hampton Roads, and this is one of the ships built after those. I don't know what happened with the turret.

HMS Fylgia, world's smallest armoured cruiser, after her refit.

 

Sweden's last cruiser, HMS Göta Lejon.

 

Visby class corvettes (HMS Visby and Helsingborg I think), the first real operational stealth ships:

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my favourite


SNLE Le Triomphant.

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Russian Akula class subs

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Akula class are just SSNS submarines...but anyway - nice shaped and very fast even when submerged.

France has this SSNS submarine class Amethyst(and more)
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The Type VII U-251

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Schleswig-Holstein at Tallin in 1946, after being salvaged by the Soviets


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Gulf of Mexico (May 17, 2006) - The ex-Oriskany, a decommissioned aircraft carrier, was sunk 24 miles off the coast of Pensacola, Fla., on May 17 to form an artificial reef. The 888-foot ship took about 37 minutes to sink below the surface. After 25 years of service to the Navy in operations in Korea, Vietnam and the Mediterranean, ex-Oriskany will now benefit marine life, sport fishing and recreation diving off the coast of the Florida panhandle. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Jeffrey P. Kraus







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Oh well such is the faith of the rusty vessels
 Few Ironclads
                          USS Cairo
 
 
 
USS Cairo, city class Union gunboat
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                       And St. Louis
 
 
 
 
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    Amazing fotos of french ships through centuries.

http://robert.lesquelen.free.fr/images/images/


here are some examples.

destroyer Bayonnaise





Cruiser Montcalm


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    turkish ships























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Post Options Post Options   Quote Cyprus Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18-Jul-2006 at 14:21
I like turkish ships...expecialy Yavuz Sultan Selim(even if it is from Germany:-)
I am going to visit my friend from Turkey next week - I am looking forvard to see Constantinopole once again:)Pity, that in Golden horn there are no greek warships today:(
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Ottoman protected cruisser Hamidiye
And bulgarian torpedo boat DrzkiТорпедоносецът ''Дръзки''
 
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I especially love Viking ships
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http://www.the-spine.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/03/battleship.jpg

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Post Options Post Options   Quote TheARRGH Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-Sep-2007 at 17:17
someone might have already done these, but...

..blast. It keeps saying the pictures URL has an "error loading, check the path name" or something. err..anyways...

1) Canoes. I love the sleek, streamlines style of them, and how much can be done with boats that are so simple, yet elegant.

2)LONGSHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIPPPPPPPPSSS!!! Where else do you find ships with dragon carvings on the prow, shields on every side, and that were used to attack constantinople?



Who is the great dragon whom the spirit will no longer call lord and god? "Thou shalt" is the name of the great dragon. But the spirit of the lion says, "I will." - Nietzsche

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            A couple of replicas of viking ships:

 
          
 
            From the wrath of the Northmen, O Lord deliver us.
 
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My favourite vessel, training ship Georg Stage - not really a warship, but it's the smallest full-rigged ship, and also the prettiest, imho. It looks better in real life, though.
 


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Hi !

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