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Sailors of Chinese cruiser Haiqi on parade in New York, New York, United States, 11 Sep 1911, photo 3 of 3American battleship Mississippi, later to become Greek battleship Kilkis, probably off New York City, United States, 3 Oct 1911USS Idaho, 1912USS Idaho dressed with flags during the Naval Review off New York, New York, United States, Oct 1912
Sailors of Chinese cruiser Haiqi on parade in New York, New York, United States, 11 Sep 1911, photo 3 of 3American battleship Mississippi, later to become Greek battleship Kilkis, probably off New York City, United States, 3 Oct 1911USS Idaho, 1912USS Idaho dressed with flags during the Naval Review off New York, New York, United States, Oct 1912
The American Ship Building Company launching the sidewheeled steamship Seeandbee at Wyandotte, Michigan, United States, Nov 9 1912. This ship would later be converted into the USS Wolverine.  Photo 1 of 2.The American Ship Building Company launching the sidewheeled steamship Seeandbee at Wyandotte, Michigan, United States, Nov 9 1912. This ship would later be converted into the USS Wolverine.  Photo 2 of 2.USS Oregon in drydock, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, 3 Mar 1913Battlecruiser Kongo on sea trials, Aug 1913
The American Ship Building Company launching the sidewheeled steamship Seeandbee at Wyandotte, Michigan, United States, Nov 9 1912. This ship would later be converted into the USS Wolverine. Photo 1 of 2.The American Ship Building Company launching the sidewheeled steamship Seeandbee at Wyandotte, Michigan, United States, Nov 9 1912. This ship would later be converted into the USS Wolverine. Photo 2 of 2.USS Oregon in drydock, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Washington, United States, 3 Mar 1913Battlecruiser Kongo on sea trials, Aug 1913
Japanese 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 LangleyTexas making 15.151 knots during the 9th run of her standardization trials, 23 Oct 1913The launching of battlecruiser Kirishima at the Mitsubishi Naval Shipyard in Nagasaki, Japan, 1 Dec 1913
Japanese 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 LangleyTexas making 15.151 knots during the 9th run of her standardization trials, 23 Oct 1913The launching of battlecruiser Kirishima at the Mitsubishi Naval Shipyard in Nagasaki, Japan, 1 Dec 1913
Battleship Giulio Cesare, during speed trials, 1914Marine detachment of USS Texas posing at the No. 3 turret, 1914Japanese battlecruiser Hiei departing Yokosuka en route to Kure, Japan, 23 Mar 1914Launching of battleship Fuso, Kure, Japan, 28 Mar 1914
Battleship Giulio Cesare, during speed trials, 1914Marine detachment of USS Texas posing at the No. 3 turret, 1914Japanese battlecruiser Hiei departing Yokosuka en route to Kure, Japan, 23 Mar 1914Launching of battleship Fuso, Kure, Japan, 28 Mar 1914
Japanese battlecruiser Hiei at Yokosuka, Japan, 24 Aug 1914Battlecruiser Haruna being fitted out by the Kawasaki company at Kobe, Japan, Oct 1914Settsu firing on German targets, Qingdao, Shandong, China, Oct-Nov 1914Drawing of USS Arizona, circa 1915
Japanese battlecruiser Hiei at Yokosuka, Japan, 24 Aug 1914Battlecruiser Haruna being fitted out by the Kawasaki company at Kobe, Japan, Oct 1914Settsu firing on German targets, Qingdao, Shandong, China, Oct-Nov 1914Drawing of USS Arizona, circa 1915

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