HMS Nelson (pennant number: 28) was the name ship of her class of two battleships built for the Royal Navy in the 1920s. They were the first battleships built to meet the limitations of the Washington Naval Treaty of 1922. Entering service in 1927, the ship spent her peacetime career with the Atlantic and Home […]Battleship HMS Nelson underway, part of the Wright & Logan Collection. — John’s Navy and other Maritime or Military News
Monday, April 5, 2021@00:05-WELL, HERE IS ANOTHER CAPITAL WARSHIP, BATTLESHIP H.M.S. NELSON 28 ; WITH SOME GREAT RESEARCH HISTORY, and THEN SOME!!!
Note: HERE IS ONE FOR THE NAVAL WANNABES…SUCH AS Aleco HILLYARD…and HIS LORD HAW HAW LITTLE CANADIAN BOYS, AND TOKYO ROSE…LITTLE CANADIAN GIRLS, CANADIAN CIVILIAN SPIES; AND NOT PROPAGANDISTS, THOUGH YELLOW CANADIAN FOOLS and FORNICATORS…NONE THE LESS… TO FIX THEIR YELLOW CANADIAN EYES ON…Wikipedia=W.W.II WARSHIPS!!!
YOU CAN ALSO RESEARCH THE ALLIED and AXIS BIG BATTLESHIPS, SUCH AS H.M.S. NELSON 28, on Wikipedia…W.W.II WARSHIPS!!!
Brian Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Present Day Naval-Military Analyst, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
CREDIT: John’s Navy and other Maritime or Military News, and Wikipedia.