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|257k||Italian Battleship Conte Di Cavour at Municipal Pier 40 South Wharves, Philadelphia, 7 October 1919.||Photo courtesy of phillyhistory.org|
|306k||Italian Battleship Conte Di Cavour at Municipal Pier 40 South Wharves, Philadelphia, 7 October 1919.||Photo courtesy of phillyhistory.org|
|95k||Alphonso XIII, the first Spanish battleship to visit American waters since 1898.||Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC.|
Photo from Evening Star.[volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, 19 September 1920, Image 69, via chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
|3.34k||In mid-August 1940, while steaming in the Red Sea, HMS Royal Sovereign was unsuccessfully attacked by the Italian submarine Galileo Ferraris. Later that month, she returned to Atlantic convoy duties. These lasted until August 1941, when periodic maintenance was effected in Norfolk, Virginia.|
HMS Royal Sovereign appears here at the Hammerhead crane, Norfolk Naval Shipyard.
Note: The camo pattern was unofficial. It used Black over the standard light grey, but the little triangle of medium grey on the stern confirms that this was the first version, applied in 1940. That section was painted over in black by 1942.
|Partial text courtesy of en.wikipedia.org.|
Photo i.d. courtesy of Aryeh Wetherhorn, Sean Hert & Richard Jensen.
Camo text courtesy of Aryeh Wetherhorn.
Photo from the Robert J. Lewis collection, courtesy of Butch & Debbie Baxter.
|468k||"The Resolution at Navy Yard here", 23 September 1941.|
"Now that Britain's 33,500-ton battleship is repaired and on the high seas again, the Navy admits hole in its hull was repaired at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. This picture was taken soon after its arrival but withheld until now. Tied up beside it is a lighter.".
|Photo courtesy of the George D. McDowell Philadelphia Evening Bulletin Photographs @ digital.library.temple.edu|
|NR||BREMERTON, WASH.—UNCLE SAM WORKS TO KEEP THEM ON THE SEAS—Temporarily out of commission, the British battleship Warspite is tied up at the United States Navy Yard here for reconditioning. Here’s a general deck scene looking from the bow toward the big guns that do battle to keep the seas free. The cables and tubes provide air conditioning for workmen below decks.|
To keep from getting sluggish and rusty and to be trimly efficient for the day when they will return to active warfare, the gun crew of Warspite practices loading dummy wooden shells into a twin-barrel, 4-inch anti-aircraft gun.
|Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC.|
Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC.
Photo & text by Evening Star. ([volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, 03 October 1941, Image 2, courtesy of chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
PDF added 08/14/18.
|544k||Richelieu passes the Brooklyn Bridge as tugboats maneuver her toward a U.S Navy Yard, after she arrived in New York Harbor for repairs and refitting, 11 February 1943.||Photo # 80-G-40855 courtesy of National Museum of the U.S. Navy via flickr.com.|
|458k||The French battleship Richelieu in New York harbor on 15 February 1943. The Richelieu largest French battleship, after she arrived in New York for repairs and refitting before sailing once more against the Axis. She appears here bow on.||Photos courtesy of David Way.|
|416k||Stern view of the French battleship Richelieu in New York harbor on 15 February 1943. The Richelieu largest French battleship, after she arrived in New York for repairs and refitting before sailing once more against the Axis.||Photo courtesy of David Way.|
|1.22k||French battleship Richelieu, stern view at the New York Navy Yard, New York City, New York, 14 August 1943.||USN photo # 9-LCM-51075, courtesy of the National Museum of the U.S. Navy, via flickr.com.|
|745k||(Original Caption) Sailors of the crew of the huge French battleship Richelieu, roll a barrel of wine down the deck under the deadly 15-inch guns of the warship's forward turret. The super-battleship is in drydock at 'A New Jersey Port,' where it will undergo repairs. In a short time, it will become a part of the Navy of the United Nations.||Photo by Bettmann/Getty Images, courtesy of gettyimages.com.|
|821k||Richelieu, aerial port, off New York Harbor, New York, 26 August 1943.||Official U.S. Navy photograph # 80-G-78789 now in the collections of the National Archives courtesy of the National Museum of the U.S. Navy, via flickr.com.
||800k||Richelieu, off New York Harbor, New York, August 1943.||Official U.S. Navy photograph # 80-G-78785 now in the collections of the National Archives courtesy of the National Museum of the U.S. Navy, via flickr.com.
||483k||Starboard view of the New Jersey (BB-62) at anchor in Hampton Roads, Virginia, 7 September, 1943. The French battleship Richelieu is off the New Jersey's port quarter.||USN photo # 80G-204842 from National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), College Park, Maryland, courtesy of Sean Hert.
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