Kilkis/USS MississippiAmerican battleship Mississippi, the former incarnation of Greek battleship Kilkis, fitting out at William Cramp and Sons shipyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 1907American battleship Mississippi, later to become Greek battleship Kilkis, soon after she was completed, 1908USS Mississippi (foreground) and USS Idaho (background) fitting out at William Cramp and Sons, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 1907-1908
Kilkis/USS MississippiAmerican battleship Mississippi, the former incarnation of Greek battleship Kilkis, fitting out at William Cramp and Sons shipyard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 1907American battleship Mississippi, later to become Greek battleship Kilkis, soon after she was completed, 1908USS Mississippi (foreground) and USS Idaho (background) fitting out at William Cramp and Sons, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 1907-1908
View of American battleship MississippiView of American battleship MississippiAmerican battleship Mississippi, later to become Greek battleship Kilkis, probably off New York City, United States, 3 Oct 1911Greek battleship Kilkis or Lemnos in a US port, date unknown
View of American battleship Mississippi's afterdeck, 1908; she was to become Greek battleship KilkisView of American battleship Mississippi's foredeck, looking aft, 1908; she was to become Greek battleship KilkisAmerican battleship Mississippi, later to become Greek battleship Kilkis, probably off New York City, United States, 3 Oct 1911Greek battleship Kilkis or Lemnos in a US port, date unknown
Kilkis Sunk at Salamis, Greece, 23 Apr 1941Kilkis under attack, 23 Apr 1941Sunken Kilkis (foreground) and beached Lemnos (background), Salamis, Greece, circa late Apr 1941
Kilkis Sunk at Salamis, Greece, 23 Apr 1941Kilkis under attack, 23 Apr 1941Sunken Kilkis (foreground) and beached Lemnos (background), Salamis, Greece, circa late Apr 1941


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