Battleship Giulio Cesare, Taranto, 1917

Caption   Battleship Giulio Cesare, Taranto, 1917 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 12 Apr 2007

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1. Colin says:
20 Sep 2010 02:31:20 PM

Another great picture that is much appreciated. This site has just got to be one of the best on the net and your sharing of pictures is generous indeed.
2. Denn says:
26 Aug 2011 06:24:35 PM

Great pic indeed. The position of the original "Q" center turret on the foc'sle deck is clearly visible here. This is a deck higher than the preceding Cavours. These Q turrets were removed during extensive modernization in the '30s, to make room for more powerful machinery. The 12" guns were bored out to 12.6" at this time.

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