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The Confederate States Navy CSS Stonewal

The Confederate States Navy CSS Stonewall. An ironclad warship sold to the Confederacy by France. After the American Civil War it was captured by the Union, then sold to Japan where it was.

USS PURITAN (BM-1) in 1898

The USS Puritan, a Puritan class monitor, was ordered in 1874 by Sec. Robeson, actively served during the Spanish American War bombarding Matanzas, Cuba on April

"The Nelson Touch," by Tom Freeman. "HMS Victory," breaking the line of the combined French and Spanish fleets at the beginning of the Battle of Trafalgar on Oct. 21, 1805.

"The Nelson Touch," by Tom Freeman. "HMS Victory," breaking the line of the combined French and Spanish fleets at the beginning of the Battle of Trafalgar on Oct.

USS Texas BB -35

14 in battleship USS Texas, only survivor of the dreadnought era (though Japanese pre-dreadnought Mikasa also survives). She is preserved at Galveston.

“ Great White Fleet in the Straits of Magellan " … Artist: Patrick O'Brien … Mystic Seaport Museum Collection [USS CONNECTICUT was the largest vessel and also, the flagship of the Fleet]

“ Great White Fleet in the Straits of Magellan " … Artist: Patrick O'Brien … Mystic Seaport Museum Collection [USS CONNECTICUT was the largest vessel and also, the flagship of the Fleet]

USS Alabama WWI - USS Alabama (BB 8) 16 Oct 1900 / 17 Aug 1909 Recommissioned 17 Apr 1912, decommissioned 7 May 1920. Transferred to War Dept. 15 Sep 1921 for use as target. Sunk in shallow water 27 Sep; 19 Mar 1924, hulk sold as scrap

USS Alabama WWI - USS Alabama (BB 16 Oct 1900 / 17 Aug 1909 Recommissioned 17 Apr decommissioned 7 May Transferred to War Dept. 15 Sep 1921 for use as target. Sunk in shallow water 27 Sep; 19 Mar hulk sold as scrap

USS OREGON, bow view

USS OREGON, bow view

USS New Jersey (BB-62) - Iowa class Battleship (USA)

USS New Jersey the most decorated American battleship. It fought in WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Lebanon and even carried nuclear missiles. This battleship is now a museum in Camden. It is an Iowa class battleship, the most powerful class ever built.

The Battleship HMS Nelson ~ Side and Top views in colour.

HMS Nelson and her sister ship HMS Rodney had the best battleship design ever. These two 1927 -- the only battleships of any country ever built like that. Rodney was a big part of the sinking of the Bismarck.