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    Default Re: Cruisers & Battleships.

    Go to this link for another information

    http://www.italie1935-45.com/RM/photoscopes/flotte.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by burp View Post
    Di Giussano class
    Hi.

    This drawing doesn't represent the Di Giussano class of light cruiser, but the 1938 project for the transformation of these vessels in anti-aircraft ship.
    However, the Di Giussano class hasn't been modified in this way.

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    Weneto Hello, the drawing represents a project that ultimately was never completed, the ship was left as it was launched. The Italians having perceived that the lack of shielding of these units were not a good solution, the four units were also lost quite quickly. The Alberico di Giussano when peru was to him at the Battle of Cape Bon.
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    Weneto for more details, I asked for help to the webmaster of Italy 1935-45, who told me this.
    The transformation project in Giussano antiaircraft cruiser, studied
    in 1937-38 by Maricominav and yards OTO does La Spezia
    never materialized, both for a cost issue and because of
    lack of stability of the cruiser
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    I know it, I pointed out only that the draft didn't represent the Di Giussano as it was commissioned on february 5, 1931.
    I would add only that during trials (with the ship in light load) the Di Giussano reached 42 knots of maximum velocity, never achieved in war conditions.

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    Sorry Weneto have misunderstood your post, Google translate sometimes playing tricks on me and these are approximate translations into French. To return to Di Giussano it was a great unit, but the lightness of its armor will be fatal, as everyone in his class also. I think they wanted to imitate the French ships which at the time formed part of the fastest ships, but at the expense of the shield, what you think.
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    Very good vid of the "Vittorio veneto" battleship showing in detail the armor and antiaircraft armament. According to the narrator the 381mm turrets could fire every 50 seconds and the guns had a range of 35 km.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vA0KNCuwKis

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredl109 View Post
    I think they wanted to imitate the French ships which at the time formed part of the fastest ships, but at the expense of the shield, what you think.
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    As I wrote, it's exactly these. Italy has a traditional foe the French Navy, and with restricted resources for ship building, it chosen to follow the same tactic, rely on high speed to avoid gunfire and close the distance while over-sized guns destroy quickly the French boats.
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