White Star Line TSS Olympic sister ship to the Titanic. An original postcard dating back to around 1914. In excellent condition not postally used with no corner or other damage. Tuck ‘Celebrated Liners’ White Star Line series number 9898.
He found the German squadron on 1 November off the coast of Chile.The German squadron outnumbered Cradock's force and were individually more powerful; they sank Cradock's two armoured cruisers in the Battle of Coronel.
This series is number 9898 and the card shows the iconic liner R.M.S. Titanic. It has a good descriptive back, giving the build details, launching date and history of her eventual loss at sea on her maiden voyage in 1912.
HMS "Good Hope" Armoured Cruiser. Sank with all hands. Fine condition! He was then ordered further south to theStrait of Magellan to block any attempt of theGerman East Asia Squadron to penetrate into the South Atlantic.
She was laid down on 23 January 1896, andlaunched on 21 October 1896. Diadem served in theFirst World War with her sisters. She served in the Easter Division of theChannel Squadron under the command of Captain H. S. F. Niblett, and was briefly docked atChatham in January 1900 to make good defects.
Royal Navy Real Photo. Coronation Fleet Review. Royal Yacht "Surprise" passes HMS "Superb" Fine condition! As the. Royal Yacht. Coronation Fleet Review 15 June 1953, at Spithead, coronation ofElizabeth II.
HMS "Falmouth" was aTown-class light cruiser built for theRoyal Navy during the 1910s. When the First World War began in 1914,Falmouth was transferred to the1st Light Cruiser Squadron (LCS) of theGrand Fleet and then the3rd Light Cruiser Squadron at the end of the year.
HMS Bedford" Armoured Cruiser. HMS "Bedford" was one of 10 Monmouth -class armoured cruisers built for theRoyal Navy in the first decade of the 20th century. Bedford wasrecommissioned the following year for service withChina Station andran aground in 1910.