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At the beginning of WWII the battleship was seen as the height of sea power and having the most powerful and fastest battleships was considered all important. During WWII Battleships were used to control sea lines and in shore bombardments, especially in the Pacific. Aircraft carriers, both during the British attack on Taranto in Nov 1940 and of course Pearl Harbor in Dec 1941, proved to be the future of naval warfare, along with submarines.
A submarine is a watercraft capable of working, operating, and sinking ships while underwater.
Just a small, cute, little fish submarine =) It comes with the U-Boat and JMSDF SS Soryu type of Depth Gauge. Submarines are effective ambushers, given the high damage, great deal of protection via underwater travel and short range of underwater weaponry.
The first successful attack from a submarine was in 1863 between the USS Houstianic and the CSS Hunley, though both vessels were sunk in the engagement. Submarines are technically classified as boats, despite the fact some exceed the size of many ships. I don't think that is reasonable; with that time frame there will be no Nelsons, No Hood, Japan would only have the Yamato. Sydney is notorious for her point blank engagement with the German auxiliary cruiser Kormoran, resulting in their mutual destruction and Sydney, along with all hands, dispersing without a trace.
Ordered in 1909 along with 3 town class cruisers (See above) as the flagship for the then 8 year old country's navy, HMAS Australia was launced in 1911 and commissioned in 1913, serving not only as the backbone of the RAN throughout the first world war and up to 1920, but also as the symbol of the fledgling nation's military might. These were very fast and also very powerful, example being the famous German Biscmarck class.
They are noted for their high-damage but short-ranged torpedo attacks as well as the capability to submerge. One of the two weapons available that are usable underwater (the other one is the Mine (Layer)) these are a necessity on a submarine. Recently we in the international core group had a little discussion about all the possibly ships we can have in game if we get our own navy.


My favorite one of these ships is the HMS SmA?land where my grandpa worked when he did military duty. She was a WW1 erra Light cruiser, but served throughout WW2 and would make a nice reasonably large but very low tier ship.
This aircraft carrier was loaned to Australia (for free) due to delays in the building of HMAS Melbourne.
Due to here obsolescence and high cost involved in a possible modernisation (seen as roughly the same as the cost of a new County-Class heavy cruiser) she was selected for disposal in accordance with the Washington naval treaty, which recognised her as a British ship.
In 1938 USA, Britain and France invoked an escalator clause in the Second London Treaty to build battleships up to 45,000 tons.
Today no Battleships remain in active service with any navy, US Navya€™s Iowa class being the last to be decommissioned.All Battleship classes (in service with the Soviet Navy). Today no Battleships remain in active service with any navy, US Navya€™s Iowa class being the last to be decommissioned.All Battleship classes (in service with the Brazilian Navy). Today no Battleships remain in active service with any navy, US Navya€™s Iowa class being the last to be decommissioned.All Battleship classes The list is divided by navy, then ordered by commissioned date of each class (oldest first).
Today no Battleships remain in active service with any navy, US Navya€™s Iowa class being the last to be decommissioned.All Battleship classes (in service with the Italian Navy). Today no Battleships remain in active service with any navy, US Navya€™s Iowa class being the last to be decommissioned.All Battleship classes (in service with the French Navy). Properly built submarines can be very inexpensive, about 3,000 resource excluding the 70,000 resource Underwater Torpedo Tubes. Mines are also common, due to their high firepower, movement-restricting capabilities and the ability to lay them underwater. They are fairly effective against capital such as battleships and carriers, given their relatively larger sizes and slower top speeds.
Beware of enemy submarines: as they are probably armed with Underwater Torpedo Tubes, they are capable of one-shotting you as easily as you can one-shot them. So i thought why not make a test thread about it too see what the International tree community has to offer.


Though ships that where built in any of the in game nations and later sold and modified to some other nation are ok to post. She was lost to Japanese destroyer gunfire and (reportedly) a friendly torpedo fired by the USS Bagley. Melbourne had an angled flight deck and catapult from completion) and subsequently served as the backbone of the Australian Navy until 1982, at which point plans were made for the purchase of HMS Invincible, but this was canceled after the Falklands war and a change of government in Australia. At the time the nations had already committed to build ships of around 35,000 tons, resulting in the US North Carolina (2) and South Dakota (4) ships, the 4 British King George V and French Richeleau ships. Lightweight weaponry such as the Mk 45 5 inch Gun may be carried when engaging light surface vessels, but only for niche purposes.
Remember that this is nothing official since we don't even have any navy currently in game. Her loss was partially blamed on the captain of the USS Chicago, and as such the Baltimore-class cruiser the USS Canberra was named in her honor.
Despite here rather uneventful career and inglorious end, she was and is still held in high regard due to being a major deterrent for the German East Asia Squadron ability to attack Australian citys, as well as what she symbolised. The US Navy also completed 4 of planned 6 Iowa class battleships, while the British aborted their Lion class ships. We don't want ships that has the potential to show up in any of the in game nations navy trees. Australia was the largest vessel ever commissioned into the Australian navy until 2014 when the lead ship of the Canberra-class Amphibious Assault Ships entered service.



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