She was laid down in January 1914 and launched in April 1915; she was completed in May 1916, but was not ready for service in time to participate in the Battle of Jutland at the end of the month. She served with the Grand Fleet for the remainder of the First World War, but did […]HMS Royal Sovereign (pennant number 05) was a Revenge-class (also known as Royal Sovereign and R-class) battleship of the Royal Navy displacing 29,970 long tons (30,450 t) and armed with eight 15-inch (381 mm) guns in four twin-gun turrets. — John’s Navy and other Maritime or Military News
EASTER Sunday, April 4/2021@15:31-WELL, THE CAPITAL/CAPITOL WARSHIPS, BATTLESHIPS…ARE USUALLY NOT MY CUP OF TEA, THOUGH THEY SERVED ON THE HIGH SEAS, AND JUST ABOUT FUC.ING EVERYWHERE…AND AS I HAVE SEVERAL W.W.II PHOTOGRAPHS CONCERNING THE MIGHTY MAMMOTHS…I GUESS I SHOULD WRITE SOMETHING ON THEM, AND JUST NOT THE BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC/1939-1945…AND NOT JUST; THE HEROINES OF THE HIGH SEAS/1939-1945…THE ALLIED ESCORT WARSHIPS!!!
Note: SO HERE WE GO, AGAIN, H.M.S. ROYAL SOVEREIGN 05, WITH WONDER RESEARCH MATERIAL, AND GREAT WRITING VIA Wikipedia, and RESEARCH by John’s Navy and other Maritime or Military News…AS THE CREDITS!!!
Yours Aye: Brian Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Present Day Naval-Military Analyst, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
CHECK OUT THE GREAT PHOTOGRAPHS!!!