RMDB5BXK–events, Second World War / WWII, naval warfare, sunken freighter near Oslo, Norway, circa 1941, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMDYEHBG–Hoisting a Whitehead torpedo on board after a practice run. In 1871 the British government purchased the right to use the weapon. Engraving, Leipzig, 1895.
RMHGX9NP–Model Warship Naval warfare Peasholm Park Scarborough UK
RFAJ6Y5B–Naval Warfare at Peasholm Park Scarborough Yorkshire UK
RMD80WP9–San Diego, California, USA. 15th May 2013. US Navy sailors with the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific Marine Mammal Team pose with a specially trained Atlantic bottle-nosed dolphin after recovering a Howell torpedo May 15, 2013. The Howell torpedo was the first self-propelled torpedo used by the US Navy in 1870. Credit: US Navy Photo / Alamy Live News
RM2M3T350–Modern Naval Warfare. Page from The Illustrated London News, 10th October 1914.
RMDYYXYA–Naval warfare in World War I
RMCWP9P8–Bar and chain shot used in naval warfare in the 17th century.
RMM8Y4MY–WW2 1940's Illustrated Nazi propaganda 'Kriegsmarine' magazine of the German Navy containing reports about German naval warfare. Front cover illustrates German U-boat sinking a merchant ship bound for New York USA
RMH9A9N3–The Last of the Frigate. Naval warfare in the American Civil War.
RFG0W589–WW2 NAVAL WARFARE: Jan-May 1943 operations of disguised German Raiders, 1956 map
RMWH9TPH–Naval warfare, 16th century: Battle of Lepanio, 1571
RMW58PG2–Naval warfare, its ruling principles and practice historically treated : Colomb, P. H. (Philip Howard), 1831-1899
RMGXPD4G–Naval Warfare ridden by Rob Hornby (centre right) before winning The Al Maktoum College, Dundee/ British Stallion Studs EBF Maiden Stakes during day two of the 2016 William Hill Ayr Gold Cup Festival at Ayr Racecourse.
RMHG65RD–Naval warfare was dominated by sailing ships from the 16th to the mid 19th century.
RM2AHD526–Naval warfare of First World War, 1914-1918
RMPEF4ND–4 inch quick firing mark xvi (16) naval gun which was the standard British naval gun during the Second World War, naval warfare
RMEJXTAT–ActiveMuseum 0006020.jpg / Naval battle of the Four Days 1 to 4 June 1666 05/12/2013 - / 17th century Collection / Active Museum
RMB474T4–events, First World War / WWI, naval warfare, Battle of Moon Sound, Russian battleship 'Slava', heavily damaged, shortly before scuttling, October 1917,
RM2K3RG9M–LONDON - SEPTEMBER 19: Sailors from the Royal Navy on parade at the State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on September 19, 2022. The Royal Navy (RN) is the United Kingdom's naval warfare force. Photo: David Levenson/Alamy
RMA0WCFX–Paraguay Brazil gunboat torpedoed naval warfare explosion South America river tropical jungle steam power boat battle ship navy
RM2K5JA63–Busan, South Korea. 01 October, 2022. A U.S. Navy F/A-18E Super Hornet fighter jet launches from the flight deck of the Nimitz-class, nuclear-powered super-carrier, USS Ronald Reagan steams in formation awith the South Korean ROKS Seoae Ryu Seong-ryong and ROKS Gwanggaeto the Great, during joint naval warfare training in the Japan Sea, October 1, 2022 near Busan, South Korea.
RMG169ND–United States Naval Training Center, San Diego, California, late 1940's. A military parade is a formation of soldiers whose movement is restricted by close-order maneuvering known as drilling, formation, marching, or military review .The United States Navy (USN) is the naval warfare service branch of the United States Armed Forces and one of the seven uniformed services of the United States. Naval Training Center San Diego (NTC San Diego) (1923-1997) is a former United States Navy base located at the north end of San Diego Bay. The Naval Training Center site is listed on the National Register
RMDYYY82–Naval warfare in German East Africa in World War I
RMW7D7GM–Sir Charles Napier, British naval officer, (1786-1860). Artist: Unknown
RM2E2658M–WW1 WAR POSTER SEA WAR WWI FRANCE SUBMARINES NAVY vintage war propaganda poster issued in France during World War One The image split into five illustrations showing the numbers of ships and submarines constructed and sunk by the Allies and the Central Powers. LES REALITÉS DE LA GUERRE SUR MER - REALITIES OF THE WAR AT SEA. Naval Warfare in World War I was mainly characterized by blockade. The Allied Powers, with their larger fleets and surrounding position, largely succeeded in their blockade of Germany and the other Central Powers.
RMDE7GXY–The School of Naval Warfare in Stockholm
RME6HA5J–Model ships on lake enacting naval warfare.
RFG0W553–WW2 NAVAL WARFARE: Aug-Dec 1942 Operations of disguised German Raiders, 1956 map
RMWHA3T7–The Earl of Howe on the deck of the 'Queen Charlotte'. 18th C. naval warfare
RMEFEBYG–Admiral Suffren in the Indian Ocean during his campaign against the English in the 18th century. Admiral comte Pierre André de Suffren de Saint Tropez, bailli de Suffren, 1729 –1788. French admiral.
RMHGX9P0–Model ships naval warfare Peasholm Park Scarborough UK
RM2FK4NEB–The War of 1812. Naval battle between two ships, the USS Constitution and the HMS Guerriere.
RM2AHD52M–Naval warfare of First World War, 1914-1918
RM2K3PNKY–During World war II. The war ship Sverige during navy exercises at sea. Detail of a sailor standing guard on the ship with a rifle in his hand. The swedish naval flag is seen in the background. Sweden june 1940. Kristoffersson ref 141
RMEJXPX8–ActiveMuseum 0001962.jpg / View of Amsterdam with ships on the Ij, 1666 - Ludolf Backhuysen Oil on canvas 26/09/2013 - / 17th century Collection / Active Museum
RMB40MB7–events, First World War / WWI, naval warfare, Battle of Dogger Bank, 24.1.1915, British battlecruiser is hit, postcard, drawing by Willy Stoewer (1864 - 1931), Germany circa 1915,
RMDYEHBJ–Spithead naval review, 1887: Neptune and Vulcan, riding a Whitehead torpedo, toasting Queen Victoria at the time of her Golden Jubilee review of the fleet. From ''Punch'', London, 1887.
RFAJ6Y66–Naval Warfare at Peasholm Park Scarborough Yorkshire UK
RMTXH0E3–(Sebastian) Wilhelm (Valentin) Bauer (1822-75) German inventor and pioneer builder of submarines. Reverse of commemorative medal
RMD84F6W–Aerial view of the US Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command Headquarters June 24, 2010 in San Diego, CA.
RM2M3P5BW–The deadliest weapon in naval warfare during the Second World War: the torpedo's intricate mechanism and modus operandi of firing. Date: 1942
RM2BX57J6–Soldiers and workers of the Alkett armaments factory in Berlin Borsingwalde follow a lecture on naval warfare.
RMW7CT9B–Admiral Francois Darlan, Commander of the French Navy, 1940. Artist: Pierre Falke
RM2HAJR9D–Victorious bombardment of Vera Cruz Vintage 1847 Lithograph shows American battleships bombarding the fort at Veracruz, Mexico. Sarony & Major, lithographer [New York] : Lith. & Pub. by Sarony & Major, 117 Fulton St. N.Y.,  - Mexican War, 1846-1848--Naval operations--American - Bombardment--Mexico--Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave)--1840-1850 - Forts & fortifications--Mexico--Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave)--1840-1850 - Naval warfare--American--Mexico--Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave)--1840-1850 Lithographs Hand-colored 1840-1850.
RMJ0354P–Nelson at Trafalgar
RMEHY464–SOVIET SUBMARINE about 1944
RFG0W4Y4–WW2 NAVAL WARFARE: Operations of disguised German Raiders Jan-May 1941, 1954 map
RMWH9XGG–WW1: Naval warfare. Ship sinking.
RMC5788R–German seaplane used in the North Sea to track English naval movement during the First World War.
RMHGX9NH–Large model boat Naval Warfare Peasholm Park Scarborough UK
RMDP7M5R–A British naval captain and one of his crew on the conning tower of a submarine during WWI.
RM2AHD52E–Naval warfare of First World War, 1914-1918
RM2K3PNC5–During World war II. The war ship Sverige during navy exercises at sea. Detail of a sailor standing guard on the ship with a rifle in his hand. The swedish naval flag is seen in the background. Sweden june 1940. Kristoffersson ref 141
RM2HJP2KM–Cross section of an Anti-Invasion Floating Mortar, aka Nasmyth's Submarine Mortar, Steam Battering Ram or Anti-Invasion Floating Hammer, an Early Submarine or Semi-Submersible Naval Ship Invented by Scottish engineer James Nasmyth in 1853 shown Ramming a Tall Ship. Vintage Illustration or Engraving 1856.
RMAG37XF–events, First World War, naval warfare, Battle of the Falkland Islands, 8.12.1914, 'The last man', engraving after painiting by Hans Bordt, 1915, sailor, hero, flag, Germany, German navy, 20th century, ,
RMDYEHBH–Whitehead torpedo: The British government purchased the right to use the weapon in 1871 and subsequently carried out many trials. John Tenniel cartoon from ''Punch'', London, 1877.
RFAJ6Y54–Naval warfare at Peasholm Park Scarborough Yorkshire UK
RMTXH0K4–(Sebastian) Wilhelm (Valentin) Bauer (1822-75) German inventor and pioneer builder of submarines. Obverse of commemorative medal
RM2HBNYGT–A scene from the Battle of Actium, a naval action in the war between the Roman Emperor Octavian and Marc Anthony & Cleopatra. Painting by Lourenço A. Castro
RF2G283RK–Battle of Port Hudson, circa 1863.
RM2BX57J8–Soldiers and workers of the Alkett armaments factory in Berlin Borsingwalde follow a lecture on naval warfare.
RMW7CTF7–'Lord Nelson', c1797-1805. Artist: Sir William Beechey
RF2BEPKA0–George Anson, 1st Baron Anson, 23 April 1697 - 6 June 1762, was a British admiral and important theoretician of naval warfare / George Anson, 1. Baron Anson, 23. April 1697 - 6. Juni 1762, war ein britischer Admiral und bedeutender Theoretiker der Seekriegskunst, Historisch, digital improved reproduction of an original from the 19th century / digitale Reproduktion einer Originalvorlage aus dem 19. Jahrhundert
RMJ0354G–Nelson in an open boat in the Baltic going to join the fleet
RM2M3P5C0–Aircraft and sea warfare: the influence of aeroplanes on warship construction and naval strategy during the Second World War. Showing how aircraft carriers, fighter and reconnaissance planes have revolutionised naval warfare and influenced naval architecture. Date: 1941
RMG4MAX9–HMS Ledbury sails into the Tyne to pay tribute to Newcastle's most famous naval hero, Admiral Nelson, who altered the face of naval warfare.
RMWH98Y6–Warfare, WWII: Naval warfare in the Pacific. Japanese aircraft attack the US fleet..
RMW9EBC1–Defeat of the Spanish fleet and the fall of Cadiz, on July 1, 1596 by an Anglo-Dutch fleet during the Anglo-Spanish War.
RMHGX9NT–Large model boat warship from the naval warfare Peasholm Park Scarborough North Yorkshire UK
RMBJYJR2–Nelson boarding the San Josef at the Battle of Cape St Vincent, Portugal February 1797.
RM2AHD54D–Naval warfare of First World War, 1914-1918
RM2K3PNJF–During World war II. The war ship Sverige during navy exercises at sea. The front cannons are visible with other swedish warships visible in the background. Sweden june 1940. Kristoffersson ref 141
RMHG2XT3–Medieval naval battle, 14th Century
RMT0XHCD–First World War / WWI, naval warfare, armoured cruiser of the Austro-Hungarian navy on sea, picture postcard, postmarked 26.11.1917, seas, Adriatic Sea, warship, warships, navy, Austro - Hungarian, Austria-Hungary, Austria - Hungary, k-u-k, silhouette, silhouettes, WW1, 10s, 20th century, 1910s, world war, world wars, naval war, naval wars, armoured cruiser, armored cruiser, sea, ocean, picture postcard, picture postcards, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMD991B0–Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905: The destruction of Russian torpedo boats by Japanese torpedo boats at the Battle of Port Arthur, February 1904. Naval Warfare Hand-to-Hand Fighting
RFAJ6Y61–Naval Warfare at Peasholm Park Scarborough Yorkshire UK
RMTXG8HY–Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905 : The destruction of Russian torpedo boats by Japanese torpedo boats at the Battle of Port Arthur, February 1904 Chromolithograph Naval Warfare Hand-to-Hand Fightin
RM2JK2J3P–Glorious First of June (1 June 1794), also known as the Fourth Battle of Ushant painted by Philip James de Loutherbourg. This was the largest naval battle in the War of the First Coalition and resulted in a defeat for the French.
RF2D7G4AF–The text box reads: Vice Admiral Sir Doveton Sturdee's Action off Falkland Islands Dec 8 1914. This plan shows the track followed by HMS Invincible (Flagship Capt P T H Beamish) and HMS INflexible (Capt R F Phillimore) during an action which started at 1.0 pm and finished at 6.0 pm resulting in the sinking of the German armoured cruisers Scharnhorst (Flagship of Vice Admiral Count Von Spee) and Gseisnau. The Leipsig was engaged and sunk by HMS Cornwall (Capt W M Ellerton) and HMS Glasgow (Capt John Luce) in the near vicinity, also the Nurnberg by the HMS Kent (Capt J D Allen). HMS Carnarvon (F
RMC462G8–Naval warfare in the First World War: driven British mine
RM2HJP2KR–French Early Submarine, Le Plongeur (or Diver), built in Rochefort France, was the first submarine powered by a compressed-air engine. The Submarine was invented by French Naval Commander Siméon Bourgois and Engineer Charles Brun in 1863. Vintage Illustration or Engraving 1865.
RMJYY15R–SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, sunk 1914, WW1
RMJ0354J–Nelson severely wounded at the Nile. Captain Berry caught him in his arms as he was falling
RM2M3P55W–The mine: a weapon used by Germany for unrestricted warfare. The basic principles of mine laying: a form of naval warfare whose restrictions under international law are ignored by Germany to ensure the destruction of Allied and neutral merchant shipping. Date: 1939
RMH2CDD2–The Battle of Hampton Roads, often referred to as the Battle of Ironclads, was the first combat between ironclad warships. The Confederate ironclad ram Virginia (built from the remnants of the USS Merrimack) and the USS Monitor. It was fought over two days, March 8th–9th, 1862, in Hampton Roads, Virginia where the Elizabeth and Nansemond rivers meet the James River just before it enters Chesapeake Bay adjacent to the city of Norfolk.
RMP2DYNA–. English: French ironclad warship Gloire and battleship Warrior 'Revolution in Naval Warfare. -- Shot-Proof Iron Steamships.' Article published in 'Harper's Weekly', 9 February 1861. It features a discussion (by a British author) of the new ironclads Gloire (French) and Warrior (British), with line engravings of both ships (in the same scale) and a view of Warrior's launching at Blackwall, England, on 29 December 1860. Photo #: NH 59569 Polski: Fregata pancerna Gloire z 1860 i pierwszy stalowy pancernik Warrior z 1861 . 9 February 1861. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph 21 French warshi
RMWBDGX6–16th century warship and a galley. After a work by Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
RF2ENJ4F6–An early 20th century illustration of the The Battle of Salamis 480 BC a naval battle fought between an alliance of Greek city states under Themistocles, and the Persian Empire under King Xerxes resulting in a Greek victory
RMCN0E3N–The battleship Vindictive returns to Dover after the raid on Zeebrugge in 1918 during World War One.
RM2AHD537–Naval warfare of First World War, 1914-1918
RM2K3PNPR–During World war II. The war ship Sverige during navy exercises at sea. The ships cannons are visible with other swedish warships seen in the background. Sweden june 1940. Kristoffersson ref 141
RMJ470F0–Naval Warfare in Paraguay. Destruction of a Brazilian Gunboat by a torpedo
RMT0XHCJ–First World War / WWI, naval warfare, German dreadnought SMS 'Helgoland' in the dock after the Battle of Jutland, Imperial dockyard, picture postcard, postmarked 23.8.1916, naval battle, naval battles, battle, battles, Skagerrak, dockyard, dockyards, dry dock, dry docks, reparation, repair, ship of the line, warship, warships, navy, Imperial German Navy, German Empire, GER, WW1, 10s, 20th century, 1910s, world war, world wars, naval war, naval wars, dock, docks, picture postcard, picture postcards, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMD98B95–World War I 1914-1918: The British Navy - Submarine E-13 joining the Russian fleet in the Baltic. From 'Le Pays de France', Paris, 9 September 1915. Naval, Warfare
RMPEF4NG–Shipborne Torpedo Weapon System (STWS2) or also known as the Mark 32 surface vessel torpedo tubes or stingray, anti-submarine warfare
RM2PJHCY9–HMS Colossus at sea
RM2MWC78B–he Battle of Forts Jackson and St. Philip (April 18–28, 1862) was the decisive battle for possession of New Orleans in the American Civil War. The two Confederate forts on the Mississippi River south of the city were attacked by a Union Navy fleet. The bombardment of hte forts was largely ineffective but the passing of Unionist fleet during the night of 24th April 1862 resulted in a battle in which the Confederate fleet was destroyed, and New Orleans fell with no futher fighting. This image depicts Admiral David Farragut's flagships Hartford and Mississippi passing the forts and being engaged
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