NameClassCountryYear of Launch
A (Planned)  No Classification  Germany    
A (Planned)  No Classification  Germany    
ABSD-1  No Classification  United States    
ABSD-2  No Classification  United States    
Abukuma  Nagara-class Light Cruiser  Japan  1923  
Acasta  A and B-class Destroyer  United Kingdom  1929  
Acavus  Rapana-class Merchant Vessel  United Kingdom    
Activity  Activity-class Escort Carrier  United Kingdom  1942  
Adelaide  Town-class Light Cruiser  Australia  1918  
Admiral Graf Spee  Deutschland-class Heavy Cruiser  Germany  1934  
Admiral Hipper  Admiral Hipper-class Heavy Cruiser  Germany  1937  
Admiral Scheer  Deutschland-class Heavy Cruiser  Germany  1933  
Adolf LĂĽderitz  Carl Peters-class Tender  Germany  1939  
Adula  Rapana-class Merchant Vessel  United Kingdom    
Agano  Agano-class Light Cruiser  Japan  1941  
Akagi  Akagi-class Aircraft Carrier  Japan  1925  
Akashi  Akashi-class Repair Ship  Japan  1938  
Alabama  South Dakota-class Battleship  United States  1942  
Alaska  Alaska-class Large Cruiser  United States  1943  
Albacore  Gato-class Submarine  United States  1942  
Albatros  1923-class Motor Torpedo Boat  Germany  1926  
Albatross  No Classification  United Kingdom    
Albert Leo Schlageter  Gorch Fock-class Barque  Germany  1937  
Albert W. Grant  Fletcher-class Destroyer  United States  1943  
Alessandro Malaspina  Marconi-class Submarine  Italy    
Alfredo Oriani  Oriani-class Destroyer  Italy    
AlgĂ©rie  AlgĂ©rie-class Heavy Cruiser  France  1932  
Alpino  Soldati-class Destroyer  Italy    
Alpino Bagnolini  Liuzzi-class Submarine  Italy    
Altmark  Dithmarschen-class Auxiliary  Germany  1937  
Amagi  Unryu-class Aircraft Carrier  Japan  1943  
Amagiri  Fubuki-class Destroyer  Japan  1930  
Amberjack  Gato-class Submarine  United States    
Ambra  Perla-class Submarine  Italy    
Ameer  Ruler-class Escort Carrier  United Kingdom  1942  
Ancon  No Classification  United States  1938  
Ancylus  Rapana-class Merchant Vessel  United Kingdom  1935  
Angler  Gato-class Submarine  United States    
Anson  King George V (1939)-class Battleship  United Kingdom    
Anticosti  Isles-class Trawler  Canada  1942  
Antoine Saugrain  Liberty-class Merchant Vessel  United States  1943  
Anzio  Casablanca-class Escort Carrier  United States  1943  
Aoba  Furutaka-class Heavy Cruiser  Japan  1926  
Apogon  Balao-class Submarine  United States  1943  
Arashio  Asashio-class Destroyer  Japan    
Arbiter  Ruler-class Escort Carrier  United Kingdom  1943  
Archer  Archer-class Escort Carrier  United Kingdom    
Archerfish  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Argonaut (Argonaut-class)  Argonaut-class Submarine  United States    
Argonaut (Tench-class)  Tench-class Submarine  United States    
Argus  Argus-class Aircraft Carrier  United Kingdom  1917  
Arisan Maru  No Classification  Japan    
Arizona  Pennsylvania-class Battleship  United States  1915  
Ark Royal  Ark Royal-class Aircraft Carrier  United Kingdom  1937  
Armidale  Bathurst-class Corvette  Australia  1942  
Artigliere  Soldati-class Destroyer  Italy    
Asagumo  Asashio-class Destroyer  Japan    
Asama Maru  No Classification  Japan  1928  
Ascari  Soldati-class Destroyer  Italy  1938  
Ashigara  Myoko-class Heavy Cruiser  Japan  1928  
Aspro  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Astoria (Cleveland-class)  Cleveland-class Light Cruiser  United States    
Astoria (New Orleans-class)  New Orleans-class Heavy Cruiser  United States  1933  
Atago  Takao-class Heavy Cruiser  Japan  1930  
Atlanta  Atlanta-class Light Cruiser  United States  1941  
Atlantis  No Classification  Germany  1937  
Atule  Balao-class Submarine  United States    
Augusta  Northampton-class Heavy Cruiser  United States  1930  
Austin  Evarts-class Destroyer Escort  United States  1942  
Australia  County-class Heavy Cruiser  Australia  1927  
Aviere  Soldati-class Destroyer  Italy  1937  
Awa Maru  No Classification  Japan  1942  

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