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Find cruises from Galveston, Texas. Royal Caribbean guests can choose from multiple cruises out of Galveston, Texas. Explore our departure ports and find your dream cruise ships today! Five King George V class battleships were building The 'King George V' class battleships were the penultimate class of battleships completed for the Royal Navy (RN). Five ships of the class were commissioned: King George V (1940), Prince of Wales (1941), Duke of York (1941), Howe (1942), and Anson (1942). Five Ships of the Revenge class. HMS Benbow leads a line of three battleships. This is a list of dreadnought battleships of the Royal Navy of the United Kingdom. In 1907, before the revolution in design brought about by HMS Dreadnought of 1906, the United Kingdom had 62 battleships in commission or building, a lead of 26 over France and 50 over the German Empire. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Revenge class, sometimes referred to as the Royal Sovereign class or the R class, was a group of five superdreadnought battleships built for the Royal Navy in the 1910s. All of the ships were completed to see service during the First World War.

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Battleships
British (RN)
Japanese (IJN)
German (HSF & KM)
Russian & Soviet
French
Italian
ClassPennant NumberNameKeel LaidLaunchedFirst CommissionedBuilderLast De-
Commissioned
Fate
Pre-Dreadnoughts
Sans PareilSans Pareil21 Apr 18859 May 18878 Jul 1891Thames1907?Scrapped, 1907.
Victoria23 Apr 18859 Apr 188719 Mar 1890Elswick22 Jun 1893Sunk in collision with HMS Camperdown, 22 Jun 1893.
TrafalgarNile8 Apr 188627 Mar 188830 Jun 1891Pembroke1911?Scrapped, 1912
Trafalgar18 Jan 188620 Sep 18872 Apr 1890Portsmouth1911?Scrapped, 1911.
Royal SovereignEmpress of India9 Jul 18897 May 18914 Sep 1893Pembroke1911?Target ship, sunk Nov 1913.
Ramilles11 Aug 18901 Mar 189217 Oct 1893ThomsonsAug 1911?Scrapped, 1913.
Repulse1 Jan 189027 Feb 189221 Apr 1894PembrokeAug 1910?Scrapped, 1911.
Resolution14 Jun 189028 May 18925 Dec 1893PalmersAug 1911?Scrapped, 1914.
Revenge12 Feb 18913 Nov 189222 Mar 1894PalmersFeb 1919?Scrapped, 1919.
Royal Oak29 May 18905 Nov 189214 Jan 1896?LairdsAug 1913?Scrapped, 1914.
Royal Sovereign30 Jul 188926 Feb 189131 May 1892Portsmouth1913?Scrapped, 1913.
HoodHood12 Aug 188930 Jul 18911 Jun 1893ChathamMar 1911?Sunk as block ship, 1914.
CenturionBarfleur12 Oct 189010 Aug 1892Jul 1894ChathamScrapped, 1910.
Centurion30 Mar 18903 Aug 189214 Feb 1894PortsmouthScrapped, 1910.
RenownRenownFeb 18938 May 1895Jun 1897PembrokeScrapped, 1914.
MajesticMajesticFeb 189431 Jan 189512 Dec 1895PortsmouthWar loss: Torpedoed by U.21, 27 May 1915.
Magnificent18 Dec 189319 Dec 189412 Dec 1895ChathamScrapped, 1921.
Hannibal1 May 189428 Apr 189610 May 1898PembrokeScrapped, 1920.
Prince George10 Sep 189422 Aug 189526 Jun 1896PortsmouthScrapped, 1921.
Victorious28 May 189419 Oct 18954 Nov 1896ChathamScrapped, 1923.
Jupiter26 Apr 189418 Nov 18958 Jun 1897ClydebankScrapped, 1919?
Mars2 Jun 189430 Mar 18968 Jun 1897LairdsScrapped, 1921.
Caesar25 Mar 18952 Sep 189613 Jan 1898PortsmouthScrapped, 1921.
Illustrious11 Mar 18952 Sep 1896May 1898ChathamScrapped, 1920.
CanopusCanopus4 Jan 189712 Oct 18975 Dec 1899PortsmouthScrapped, 1920.
Glory1 Dec 189611 Mar 1899Nov 1900LairdsScrapped, 1922.
Albion3 Dec 189621 Jun 1898Jun 1900ThamesScrapped 1919.
Goliath4 Jan 189723 Mar 189827 Mar 1900ChathamWar losss: Torpedoed by Turkish PTB, 13 May 1915
Ocean15 Feb 18975 Jul 1898Feb 1900DevonportWar loss: Sunk by mine and gunfire, 18 Mar 1915.
Vengeance23 Aug 189824 Jul 1899Apr 1902VickersScrapped, 1921.
FormidableFormidable21 Mar 189817 Nov 189810 Oct 1901PortsmouthWar loss: Torpedoed by U.24, 1 Jan 1915
Irresistible11 Apr 189815 Dec 18984 Feb 1902ChathamWar loss: Sunk by mine and gunfire, 18 Mar 1915
Implacable13 Jul 189811 Mar 189910 Sep 1901DevonportScrapped 1921
LondonBulwark20 Mar 189918 Oct 189918 Mar 1902DevonportDestroyed by internal explosion, 26 Nov 1914
London8 Dec 189821 Dec 18997 Jun 1902PortsmouthScrapped 1920.
Venerable2 Jan 18992 Nov 189912 Nov 1902ChathamScrapped?
Queen12 Mar 19028 Mar 19027 Apr 1904DevonportScrapped 1920.
Prince of Wales20 Mar 190125 Mar 190218 May 1904ChathamScrapped 1920.
DuncanDuncan10 Jul 189921 Mar 19013 Oct 1903ThamesScrapped 1920
Cornwallis19 Jul 189913 Jul 1901Feb 1904ThamesWar loss: Torpedoed by U.32, 9 Jan 1917
Exmouth10 Aug 189931 Aug 1901Jun 1903LairdsScrapped 1920
Russell11 Mar 19189919 Feb 1901Feb 1903PalmersWar loss: Struck mine, 27 Apr 1916
Albermarle8 Jan 19005 Mar 1901Nov 1903ChathamScrapped 1920
Montagu23 Nov 18995 Mar 1901Oct 1903DevonportWrecked (ran aground in fog), 30 May 1906
King Edward VIIKing Edward VII8 Mar 190223 Jul 19037 Feb 1905DevonportWar loss: Struck mine, 6 Jan 1916
Dominion23 May 190225 Aug 19035 Aug 1905VickersScrapped 1921
Commonwealth17 Jun 190213 May 19039 Apr 1905FairfieldScrapped 1921
Hindustan25 Oct 190219 Dec 190322 Aug 1905ClydebankScrapped 1921
New Zealand
(Zealandia)
9 Feb 19034 Feb 190411 Jul 1905PortsmouthScrapped 1921
Africa27 Jan 190420 May 1905Nov 1906ChathamScrapped 1920
Britannia4 Feb 190410 Dec 1904Oct 1906PortsmouthWar loss: Torpedoed by UB.50, 9 Nov 1918
Hibernia6 Jan 190417 Jun 19052 Jan 1907DevonportScrapped 1921
ConstitutionSwiftsure26 Feb 190212 Jan 1903Jun 1904ElswickScrapped 1920.
Triumph26 Feb 190215 Jan 1903Jun 1904ElswickWar loss: Torpedoed Apr 1916.
Lord NelsonLord Nelson18 May 19054 Sep 1906Dec1908PalmersScrapped
Agamenon15 May 190523 Jun 190625 Jun 1908BeardmoreScrapped
Dreadnoughts
DreadnoughtDreadnought 2 Oct 1905 10 Feb 1906 3 Dec 1906Portsmouth Feb 1919 Scrapped 1921-23
BellerophonBellerophon 3 Dec 1906 27 Jul 1907 20 Feb 1909Portsmouth 1919 Scrapped
Superb 6 Feb 1907 7 Nov 1907 9 Jun 1909Armstrong 1919 Scrapped 1922-23
Temeraire 1 Jan 1907 24 8 1907 15 May 1909Devonport Training ship, 1919. Scrapped 1922-23.
CollingwoodCollingwood 3 Fen 1907 7 Nov 1908 19 Apr 1910Devonport Scrapped 1922-23
St. Vincent 30 Dec 1907 10 Sep 1908 3 May 1909Portsmouth Scrapped 1922
Vanguard 2 Apr 1908 22 Feb 1909 1 Mar 1910Vickers Destroyed by internal explosion, 9 Jul 1917
NeptuneNeptune 19 Jan 1909 30 Sep 1909 11 Nov 1911Portsmouth Scrapped 1923
ColossusColossus 6 Jul 1909 9 Apr 1910 8 Aug 1911Scotts Scrapped 1922.
Hercules 30 Jul 1909 10 May 1910 31 Jul 1911Palmers Scrapped 1920
OrionOrion 29 Nov 1909 20 Aug 1910 2 Jan 1912Devonport Scrapped 1923
Conqueror 5 Apr 1910 1 May 1911 25 Feb 1913Beardmore Scrapped 1923
Monarch 1 Apr 1910 30 Mar 1911 6 Apr 1912Armstrong Sunk as target 20 Jan 1925
Thunderer 13 Apr 1910 2 Feb 1911 15 Jun 1912Thames Cadet ship 1920-26. Scrapped 1927
ErinErin 6 Dec 1911 3 Sep 1913 22 Aug 1914Vickers Scrapped 1923
AgincourtAgincourt 25 Sep 1911 22 Jan 1913 20 Aug 1914Armstrong, Newcastle Scrapped 1922-24
Almirante LattoreCanada (originally and later Almirante Lattore) 27 Nov 1911 27 Nov 1913 30 Sep 1915Armstrong Returned to Chilean ownership Apr 1920. Scrapped 1959
India (formerly Almirante Cochrane) 22 Jan 1913 8 Jun 1918 13 Apr 1920Armstrong, Newcastle Completed as carrier HMS Eagle. War Loss: Sunk by U-73 11 Aug 1942
King George VKing George V 16 Jan 1911 9 Oct 1911 16 Nov 1912Portsmouth Scrapped 1927
Centurion 16 Jan 1911 18 Nov 1911 22 May 1913Devonport Scuttled Jun 1944 off Normandy
Audacious 23 Mar 1911 14 Sep 1912 21 Oct 1913 Cammell, Birkenhead War loss: Struck mine 27 Oct 1914.
Ajax 27 Feb 1911 21 Mar 1912 31 Oct 1913Scotts Scrapped 1927
Iron DukeIron Duke 12 Jan 1912 12 Oct 1912 10 Mar 1914Portsmouth Converted to gunnery training ship 1931-32. Scrapped 1946
Benbow 30 May 1912 12 Nov 1913 7 Oct 1914Beardmore Scrapped 1931
Emperor of India 31 May 1912 27 Nov 1913 12 Oct 1914Vickers Scrapped 1931-32
Marlborough 25 Jan 1912 24 Oct 1912 2 Jun 1914Devonport Scrapped 1932
Queen Elizabeth I-00Queen Elizabeth 27 Oct 1912 16 Oct 1913 19 Jan 1915Portsmouth Scrapped 1948
I-01Valiant 31 Jan 1913 4 Nov 1914 19 Feb 1916Fairfield Scrapped 1948
I-03Warspite 31 Oct 1912 26 Nov 1913 19 Mar 1915Devonport Mar 1946 Broke tow and ran aground 23 Apr 1947, scrapped to 1956
I-04Barham 24 Feb 1913 31 Oct 1914 19 Oct 1915J. Brown War loss: Sunk 25 Nov 1941 by U-331
I-01Malaya 20 Oct 1913 18 Mar 1915 19 Feb 1916Armstrong, Newcastle Scrapped
Agincourt - - -Devonport Cancelled
Royal Oak I-08Royal Oak 15 Jan 1914 17 Nov 1914 1 May 1916Devonport War loss: Sunk by U-47 at Scapa Flow 14 October 1939
I-05Royal Sovereign 15 Jan 1914 29 Apr 1915 1 May 16Portsmouth Scrapped
I-07Ramilles 12 Nov 1913 12 Sep 1916 1 Nov 1917C-L Scrapped
I-06Revenge 22 Dec 1913 29 May 15 1 Mar 1916Vickers Scrapped
I-09Resolution 29 Nov 1913 14 Jan 1915 30 Dec 1916Palmers Scrapped
Repulse - - -Palmers Re-ordered as battlecruiser
Renown - - -Fairfield Re-ordered as battlecruiser
Resistance - - - - Cancelled.
N3St. Andrew(?) - - - - Cancelled Feb 1922 by Washington Treaty
St. George(?) - - - -
St. David(?) - - - -
St. Patrick(?) - - - -
Nelson I-28Nelson 28 Dec 1922 2 Sep 1925 10 Sep 1927Armstrong, Newcastle Scrapped
I-29Rodney 28 Dec 1922 17 Dec 1925 10 Nov 1927C-L Scrapped
King George V I-41King George V 2 Jan 1937 21 Feb 1939 11 Dec 1940Vickers Scrapped
I-53Prince of Wales 2 Jan 1937 3 May 39 31 Mar 1941C-L War loss: Sunk by Japanese torpedo bombers 10 Dec 1941
I-17Duke of York 5 May 37 28 Feb 1940 4 Nov 1941J. Brown Scrapped
I-72Anson 20 Jul 1937 24 Feb 1940 22 Jun 1942Swan Hunter Scrapped
I-32Howe1 Jun 19379 Apr 194029 Aug 1942FairfieldScrapped
LionI-27Lion4 Jul 1939--Armstrong, NewcastleConstruction stopped Oct 1939. Cancelled 27 Mar 1944.
I-36Temeraire1 Jun 1939--C-L
I-49Thunderer---J. Brown-Construction stopped Oct 1939. Cancelled 1941
I-45Conqureror---Fairfield-
VanguardI-23Vanguard2 Oct 194130 Nov 194425 Apr 1946J. BrownScrapped
Battlecruisers
InvincibleInvincible2 Apr 190613 Apr 190720 Mar 1909ElswickWar loss: Exploded after being hit by gunfire from Lützow, 31 May 1916
Indomitable1 Mar 190616 Mar 190725 Jun 1908Fairfield31 Mar 1920Scrapped 1923
Inflexible5 Feb 190626 Jun 190720 Oct 1908Clydebank31 Mar 1920Scrapped 1923
IndefatigableIndefatigable 23 Feb 190928 Oct 190924 Feb 1911DevonportWar loss: Exploded after being hit by gunfire from von der Tann, 31 May 1916
Australia 23 Jun 191025 Oct 19116/??/1913J. BrownSunk to comply with Washington Treaty, 1924
New Zealand 20 Jun 19101 Jul 191111/??/1912FairfieldScrapped
LionLion 29 Nov 19096 Aug 19104 Jun 1912DevonportScrapped
Queen Mary6 Mar 191120 Mar 19121/??/1913?PalmersWar loss: Exploded after being hit by gunfire from Seydlitz and Derfflinger, 31 May 1916
Princess Royal2 May 191029 Apr 191114 Nov 1912VickersScrapped
TigerTiger20 Jun 191215 Dec 19133 Oct 1914J. BrownMar 1931Scrapped 1932
LeopardCancelled
RepulseRepulse25 Jan 19158 Jan 191618 Aug 1916J. BrownWar loss: Sunk by Japanese torpedo bombers 10 Dec 1941
Renown25 Jan 19154 Mar 191620 Sep 1916FairfieldScrapped
CourageousCourageous28 Mar 19155 Feb 191630 Jan 1917ElswickConverted to carrier 1928.
War loss: Sunk by U-29, 17 Sep 1939.
Glorious1 May 191520 Apr 19161/??/1917Harland & WolffConverted to carrier 1930.
War loss: Sunk by gunfire from Scharnhorst and Gneisenau, 8 Jun 1940.
FuriousFurious6/??/191515 Aug 19167/??/1917Elswick1944Converted to carrier 1918. Scrapped
IncomparableIncomparable-----Project cancelled 1915
HoodHood 1 Sep 191622 Aug 19181 Mar 1920J. BrownWar loss: Exploded during engagement with Bismarck, 24 May 1941
Rodney ---Fairfield-Cancelled 1917
Anson ---Armstrong, Whitworth
Howe ---C-L
G3Invincible(?)---Swan Hunter- Cancelled Feb 1922 by Washington Treaty
Inflexible(?)---Beardmore
Indomitable(?)---Fairfield
Indefatigable(?)---J. Brown,

Key to builders:

Armstrong

Armstrong, Whitworth & Co. Elswick

Armstrong

Sir W.G. Armstrong, Newcastle

Beardmore

W. Beardmore & Co. Glasgow

J. Brown

John Brown & Co., Clydebank

Cammell-Laird

Cammell-Laird, Birkenhead

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Chatham Dockyard

Devonport

Devonport Dockyard

Fairfield

Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., Govan, Glasgow

Harland & Wolff

Harland & Wolff, Belfast

Palmers

Palmers, Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Greenock

Portsmouth

Portsmouth Dockyard

Scotts

Scotts Shipbuilding & Ironworks, Greenock

Swan-Hunter

Swan Hunter, Newcastle

Thames

Thames Iron Works, Blackwall (Bankrupt 1912)

Vickers

Vickers, Barrow-in-Furness

Note on pennant numbers:

British pennant numbers were generally not permanently assigned to a particular ship and may change periodically, unlike those assigned to ships of the US Navy. The only reference that lists these pennant numbers is Sigfried Breyer's Battleships and Battlecruisers 1905-1970, pg 128. The pennant numbers given apply only to the period of World War II. These pennant numbers were not painted on the ships. Jane's Fighting Ships of World War II contradicts some of these pennant number assignments.

British name prefixes
Since time immemorial, British warship names have been prefixed with 'HMS', which stands for His Majesty's Ship or Her Majesty's Ship, depending on whether a king or queen is currently reigning.

Royal Navy Battleship Chronology

22 Jun 1893.HMS Victoria sunk by collision with HMS Camperdown.
10 Feb 1906: HMS Dreadnought launched.
25 Jan 1910: Jackie Fisher retires from the Royal Navy.

Battleship

August 1914-November 11 1918: World War I. Victory for Great Britain.

  • 28 Aug 1914: Battle of Heligoland Bight. British light forces supported by battlecruisers HMS Lion, HMS Princess Royal, HMS Queen Mary,
  • 1914: Jackie Fisher becomes First Sea Lord.
  • 8 Dec 1914: Battle of the Falklands: British battlecruisers HMS Invincible and HMS Inflexible sink German cruisers SMS Scharnhorst and SMS Gneisenau
  • 24 January 1915: Battle of Dogger Bank. First battle between Dreadnought type warships. Battlecruisers HMS Lion, HMS Tiger, HMS Princess Royal, HMS New Zealand, and HMS Indomitable intercept a German raiding force that includes three battlecruisers. The German armored cruiser SMS Blücher is sunk, but communication errors allow the German battlecruisers to escape. The British flagship, HMS Lion, is seriously damaged.
  • 19 Feb 1915-1916: Dardanelles (Gallipoli) campaign.
    • 19 Feb 1915:The Gallipoli campaign opens with the bombardment of the Turkish fortifications guarding the Dardanelles by British and French battleships, mostly obsolete pre-dreadnoughts.
    • 18 Mar 1915: The battleship force attempts to force the straights, but mines and Turkish artillery sink three old battleships, HMS Ocean, HMS Irresistible, and French pre-dreadnought Bouvet, and badly damaged several others. The fleet is forced to withdraw. Ironically had the attack been quickly resumed it almost certainly would have succeeded, for the Turks had run out of ammunition.
    • 25 Apr 1915: The British staged an amphibious invasion with the objective of neutralizing the now rearmed Turkish fortifications. Many older battleships are used for shore bombardment.
    • 25 May 1915: First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill is forced to resign due to the heavy losses in the Dardanelles campaign.
  • 31 May - 1 Jun 1916: Battle of Jutland. This was the largest naval battle to date, and the second largest of all time. It was the largest battleship action ever. The British lose more ships than they sink: three battlecruisers, HMS Invincible, HMS Inflexible, and HMS Queen Mary while sinking only the battlecruiser SMS Lützow and the pre-dreadnought SMS Pommern. The Germans claim a tactical victory, but the battle is a strategic victory for the Royal Navy, which forced the High Seas Fleet had to retreat, and maintained their blockade of Germany.
  • 1918: German Navy mutinies
  • 11 November 1918: Armistace signed.

14 Nov 1918: German fleet interned at the British naval base at Scapa Flow.

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Washington Treaty

  • 12 Nov 1921-6 Feb 1922 Washington Conference on naval arms limitation.
  • 6 Feb 1922: The Washington Treaty signed. New battleship construction stopped, many old battleships scrapped.

1 September 1939-2 Sep 1945: World War II. Expensive victory for Great Britain.

  • 14 Sep 1939: German U-47 sinks HMS Royal Oak at Scapa Flow.
  • 17 Sep 1939: Scharnhorst and Gneisenau sink British carrier HMS Glorious.
  • December 1939: Battle of the River Platte: Graf Spee fights light cruisers HMS Ajax and HMS Achilles and heavy cruiser HMS Exeter, then retreats to Montevideo, Uruguay.
  • 17 December 1939: Graf Spee scuttles near Montevideo, Uruguay, to avoid fighting a now-superior British force.
  • 9 April 1940: HMS Renown engages German battlecruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau. The German battlecruisers retreat.
  • 13 April 1940: Second Battle of Narvik: HMS Warspite and her accompanying destroyers sink a U-64 and eight German destroyers in the restricted waters of Vestfjord .
  • 3 Jul 1940: Mers-el-Khebir: British battleships HMS Valiant and HMS Resolution and battlecruiser HMS Hood attack French battleships and battlecruisers in port to prevent their capture by the Germans. Provence and Dunkerque damaged, Bretagne sunk. Strasbourg escapes.
  • 9 Jul 1940: Battle of Calabria: HMS Warspite, HMS Malaya and HMS Royal Sovereign fight Italian battleships Guilio Cesare and Conte di Cavour. Italian ships retreat.
  • 24-25 Sep 1940: Battle of Dakar: Arguably the most justifiably forgotten battleship action ever. British battleships HMS Barham and HMS Resolution fail to seriously damage the Richelieu. Richelieu returns fire, slightly damaging HMS Barham and more seriously damaging herself.
  • March 1941: Battle of Cape Matapan: HMS Warspite, HMS Barham, HMS Valiant and several other ships fight Italian forces. Three Italian heavy cruisers, Zara, Pola and Fiume, are sunk, but the Italian battleship Vittorio Veneto escapes.
  • 24 May 1941: Battle of the Denmark Strait: The German battleship Bismarck and heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen sink HMS Hood and damage HMS Prince of Wales. Bismarck is slightly, but signifiantly damaged by HMS Prince of Wales.
  • 27 May 1941: German battleship Bismarck sunk by a combination of gunfire from battleships HMS King George V and HMS Rodney, torpedoes from HMS Dorsetshire, and Bismarck's own scuttling charges.
  • 25 Nov 1941: HMS Barham sunk by U-331 in the Mediterranean.
  • 10 December 1941:HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse are sunk by Japanese torpedo bombers near Singapore.
  • 26 Dec 1943: Battle of the North Cape: Scharnhorst sunk by gunfire from battleship HMS Duke of York, heavy cruiser HMS Norfolk, and light cruiser HMS Belfast, and also by torpedoes from light cruiser HMS Jamaica
  • 6 May 1945: Admiral Dönitz surrenders for Germany, ending the European part of World War II.
  • 2 Sep 1945: Japanese surrender at Tokyo Bay, finally ending World War II. HMS King George V is present.

25 Apr 1946: HMS Vanguard, the last British battleship, is commissioned.
1960: HMS Vanguard, the last British battleship, is scrapped.

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