Karl Heidenreich wrote:Lutscha,
That´s a matter of interpretation but it´s not relevant: neither Treaty ship was designed to beat a much heavier and armoured foe with better distributed gunnery and capable of sustaining much more damage than a lighter unit.
Some of that poor gunnery distribution, in Wilmington...
I`m out, it`s hopeless.
Karl Heidenreich wrote:I´m not trying to offend no one here, is an historical and proven fact!
Karl Heidenreich wrote:I envy people who can visit capital ships as often as some of you do, really. That photo is just awesome, beautifull. I´m still planning to go to New Jersey and visit the BB there... someday.
It´s a shame that some of the most important warships are sunk, but still, I´ll be happy with those the US has wisely preserved. Shame that there is not a KGV to visit, though.
Thanks for the photo, yellowtail3.
Unfortunately, that means you'll have to drive into Camden, which is distinctly unpleasant...
Streona wrote: Apparently they had to counter flood compartments to stop her capsizing every time they fired them - not to mention the damage done to the 40mm STAAG anti aircraft gun on the B mounting.
dunmunro wrote:Streona wrote: Apparently they had to counter flood compartments to stop her capsizing every time they fired them - not to mention the damage done to the 40mm STAAG anti aircraft gun on the B mounting.
You're joking, right?
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