HMS Hood

SUNDAY, MAY 16/2021@01:24-THE SINKING OF THE ROYAL NAVY BATTLESHIP, H.M.S. HOOD, ANNIVERSARY…IS COMING UP, MAY 24, WHICH WILL MAKE IT 80 YEARS AGO…MAY 24/1941-MAY 24, 2021.

IF YOU ACCUMULATE, YOUR RESEARCH IS THE REWARD…ACCUMULATION, YOU WILL REALIZE THAT ONLY THREE MEN SURVIVED FROM THE SINKING OF H.M.S. HOOD’S SINKING, IN WHICH Wikipedia, AND MANY OTHER WEBSITES, INCLUDING BOOKS AT THE LIBRARY ARE GREAT RESEARCH SOURCES!!! SOCIAL MEDIAS ARE GREAT RESEARCH SOURCES.

KEEP W.W.II NAVAL HISTORY ALIVE; AND DO NOT FORGET, THE PINHEAD ADMIRAL Alex…ALBE…ALECO…Alex HILLYARD, THE PINHEAD ADMIRAL Alex HILLYARD, P.C., RATBOY COWARDS NAVY=R.C.N., OF 1993-2021 THE ERA, WITH PRESIDENTS AND CURATORS Gary OSTOFI, HAMILTON POLICE FORCE, Aleco HILLYARD, PRESIDENT…SHOULD LEAVE THE W.W.II NAVAL, ETC., RESEARCH ALONE, and THEN SOME!!!

Blog Credit: Warship Emporium.

Thanks to Dave SHIRLAW-NAVAL HISTORIAN-AUTHOR, FOR THE REMINDER ON H.M.S. HOOD AND HER SINKING.

Yours Aye: Brian MURZA…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.

BRAVO ZULU and GOOD LUCK ON THE RESEARCH CONCERNING H.M.S. HOOD; THE PRIDE, OR ONE OF THEM, OF THE W.W.II/1939-1945 ROYAL NAVY.

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HMS Hood was the pride of the Royal Navy. HMS Hood was a massively armed battlecruiser with what was thought to be armour equal to her armaments. To all intents, HMS Hood was considered to be one of the most powerful battlecruisers afloat in World War Two.

However, the Hood suffered from one major flaw – she did not have the same amount of armour as the Bismarck. The fact that the Hood was faster than the Bismarck by 3 knots was as a result of her lack of sufficient armour for a naval battle fought in World War Two. What had been considered sufficient armour in 1918 when Hood was built, was to prove a fatal flaw in 1941.

On May 24th, 1941, the Royal Navy tailed the Bismarck and Prinz Eugen when they  attempted to break out into the Atlantic. If both of these ships had…

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Brian MURZA/Killick Vison is battleoftheatlantic19391945; W.W.II NAVAL RESEARCHER-PUBLISHED AUTHOR, PRESENT DAY NAVAL-MILITARY ANALYST, from Canada.

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