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Flensburger Schiffbau ship list, 1911-1912Old yard, Flensburger Schiffbau, Flensburg, Germany, circa 1912Japanese battlecruiser Hiei fitting out at Yokosuka, Japan, 20 Sep 1913US Navy collier USS Jupiter at Mare Island, California, United States, 16 Oct 1913. In 1922 Jupiter was modified to become the United States’ first aircraft carrier and was renamed USS Langley
Flensburger Schiffbau ship list, 1911-1912Old yard, Flensburger Schiffbau, Flensburg, Germany, circa 1912Japanese battlecruiser Hiei fitting out at Yokosuka, Japan, 20 Sep 1913US Navy collier USS Jupiter at Mare Island, California, United States, 16 Oct 1913. In 1922 Jupiter was modified to become the United States’ first aircraft carrier and was renamed USS Langley
The launching of battlecruiser Kirishima at the Mitsubishi Naval Shipyard in Nagasaki, Japan, 1 Dec 1913US submarines C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, and C-5 in the Gatun Locks of Panama Canal, circa 1914Launching of battleship Fuso, Kure, Japan, 28 Mar 1914Blohm und Voss shipyard construction list, yard numbers 222 through 242, 1914-1915
The launching of battlecruiser Kirishima at the Mitsubishi Naval Shipyard in Nagasaki, Japan, 1 Dec 1913US submarines C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, and C-5 in the Gatun Locks of Panama Canal, circa 1914Launching of battleship Fuso, Kure, Japan, 28 Mar 1914Blohm und Voss shipyard construction list, yard numbers 222 through 242, 1914-1915
Construction of naval guns at Skoda Works, Plzen, Austria-Hungary, date unknownTosi Shipyard at Taranto, Italy, 1915Launching ways for battleship California (future USS New Mexico) New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, 31 Aug 1915US Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels at the keel laying  ceremony of battleship California (future New Mexico), New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, 14 Oct 1915
Construction of naval guns at Skoda Works, Plzen, Austria-Hungary, date unknownTosi Shipyard at Taranto, Italy, 1915Launching ways for battleship California (future USS New Mexico) New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, 31 Aug 1915US Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels at the keel laying ceremony of battleship California (future New Mexico), New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, 14 Oct 1915
Workers at the keel laying ceremony of battleship California (future New Mexico), New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, 14 Oct 1915Yamashiro under construction in the No. 2 dock at Yokosuka, Japan, 20 Oct 1915Blohm und Voss shipyard construction list, yard numbers 243 through 270, 1915-1916Arizona in the East River, New York City, circa mid-1916. Photo 1 of 2
Workers at the keel laying ceremony of battleship California (future New Mexico), New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, 14 Oct 1915Yamashiro under construction in the No. 2 dock at Yokosuka, Japan, 20 Oct 1915Blohm und Voss shipyard construction list, yard numbers 243 through 270, 1915-1916Arizona in the East River, New York City, circa mid-1916. Photo 1 of 2
Barham at Scapa Flow, 1917, with other ships of the Grand FleetBlohm und Voss shipyard construction list, yard numbers 271 through 298, 1916-1917Naval guns possibly for battleship New Mexico, New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, 1917Panama Canal Zone Administration Building, Balboa, Panama, 1917
Barham at Scapa Flow, 1917, with other ships of the Grand FleetBlohm und Voss shipyard construction list, yard numbers 271 through 298, 1916-1917Naval guns possibly for battleship New Mexico, New York Navy Yard, Brooklyn, New York, United States, 1917Panama Canal Zone Administration Building, Balboa, Panama, 1917

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