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USS New Mexico, off Nova Scotia, Canada, late 1920sUS delegates en reoute to Second London Naval Conference aboard passenger liner George Washington, Jan 1930Deutsche Luft Hansa flying boat tender Westfalen in the Atlantic Ocean, 1933; note Wal flying boatBattleship USS Maryland underway in 1935.
USS New Mexico, off Nova Scotia, Canada, late 1920sUS delegates en reoute to Second London Naval Conference aboard passenger liner George Washington, Jan 1930Deutsche Luft Hansa flying boat tender Westfalen in the Atlantic Ocean, 1933; note Wal flying boatBattleship USS Maryland underway in 1935.
HMS Glorious and HMS Diana, Norwegian Sea, May 1940; photo taken from HMS Ark RoyalScharnhorst firing her forward guns against HMS Glorious, in the Norwegian Sea west of Narvik, Norway, 8 Jun 1940HMS Hermes and HMS Dorsetshire escorting convoy US.3 with Australian and New Zealand troops on board, Atlantic Ocean, 9 Jun 1940HMS Rajputaana (F 35) sinking in the North Atlantic Ocean, 13 Apr 1941
HMS Glorious and HMS Diana, Norwegian Sea, May 1940; photo taken from HMS Ark RoyalScharnhorst firing her forward guns against HMS Glorious, in the Norwegian Sea west of Narvik, Norway, 8 Jun 1940HMS Hermes and HMS Dorsetshire escorting convoy US.3 with Australian and New Zealand troops on board, Atlantic Ocean, 9 Jun 1940HMS Rajputaana (F 35) sinking in the North Atlantic Ocean, 13 Apr 1941
British motor merchant vessel Beacon Grange sinking after being struck by German submarine U-552, south of Iceland, 27 Apr 1941A smoke cloud hanging over HMS Hood immediately after an explosion, Battle of Denmark Strait, 24 May 1941Bismarck firing on Hood and Prince of Wales, Battle of Denmark Strait, 24 May 1941, photo 8 of 8; photographed from Prinz EugenHood exploding at Denmark Strait, seen from Prinz Eugen, 24 May 1941
British motor merchant vessel Beacon Grange sinking after being struck by German submarine U-552, south of Iceland, 27 Apr 1941A smoke cloud hanging over HMS Hood immediately after an explosion, Battle of Denmark Strait, 24 May 1941Bismarck firing on Hood and Prince of Wales, Battle of Denmark Strait, 24 May 1941, photo 8 of 8; photographed from Prinz EugenHood exploding at Denmark Strait, seen from Prinz Eugen, 24 May 1941
Painting by J. C. Schmitz-Westerholt depicting HoodSmoke from Prince of Wales and Hood, seen from Prinz Eugen, 24 May 1941, photo 1 of 2Smoke from Prince of Wales and Hood, seen from Prinz Eugen, 24 May 1941, photo 2 of 2HMS Rodney firing on German battleship Bismarck, 27 May 1941
Painting by J. C. Schmitz-Westerholt depicting Hood's loss on 24 May 1941; Prince of Wales is in the foregroundSmoke from Prince of Wales and Hood, seen from Prinz Eugen, 24 May 1941, photo 1 of 2Smoke from Prince of Wales and Hood, seen from Prinz Eugen, 24 May 1941, photo 2 of 2HMS Rodney firing on German battleship Bismarck, 27 May 1941
Survivors of battleship Bismarck being pulled aboard HMS Dorsetshire, 27 May 1941Cruiser USS Omaha (right) laying off the seized German blockade runner Odenwald in the South Atlantic, 6 Nov 1941. The Odenwald had been disguised as the US-flag ship Willmoto carrying rubber from Japan to Germany.US Navy prize crew aboard the seized German blockade runner Odenwald in the South Atlantic, 6 Nov 1941. The Odenwald had been disguised as the US-flag ship Willmoto carrying rubber from Japan to Germany.Sketch of the explosion on Hood by Royal Navy Captain J. C. Leach for the 2nd Board of Enquiry, 1941
Survivors of battleship Bismarck being pulled aboard HMS Dorsetshire, 27 May 1941Cruiser USS Omaha (right) laying off the seized German blockade runner Odenwald in the South Atlantic, 6 Nov 1941. The Odenwald had been disguised as the US-flag ship Willmoto carrying rubber from Japan to Germany.US Navy prize crew aboard the seized German blockade runner Odenwald in the South Atlantic, 6 Nov 1941. The Odenwald had been disguised as the US-flag ship Willmoto carrying rubber from Japan to Germany.Sketch of the explosion on Hood by Royal Navy Captain J. C. Leach for the 2nd Board of Enquiry, 1941

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