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View Poll Results: The Battleship of your choice

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  • Hood

    5 8.77%
  • Nelson

    1 1.75%
  • Bismarck

    13 22.81%
  • Scharnhorst

    0 0%
  • North Carolina

    3 5.26%
  • Iowa

    9 15.79%
  • Yamato

    6 10.53%
  • Warspite/Queen Elizabeth

    7 12.28%
  • Dunkerque

    0 0%
  • others, You name it in your post.

    13 22.81%
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    Default Battleship of your heart

    Guys, lets have a look at the list, which of the Battleship you like most and state your reasons. And lets not talk about which one is the BEST, every battleship ever had its day.

    Cheers,...

    I'll go for Yamato,

    It is big, imposing, frightening,.. The look, just the look.
    "My rule is: If you meet the weakest vessel, attack. If it is a vessel equal to yours, attack. And if it is stronger than yours, also attack."

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    Warspite, a survivor from the days when battleships actually meant something (she was part of the Grand Fleet at Jutland), and by far the best name of the lot

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    I went for the Iowa, just for nostalgia a since she served off an on for a while...

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    Bismarck, beauty in a functional way

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    Bimarck, a real beauty and a legendary tale about her first and only voyage, what else could someone want from a ship.
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    How could you forget the Missouri in your list ?
    it fought on till 1982, so that's something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windrider View Post
    How could you forget the Missouri in your list ?
    it fought on till 1982, so that's something.
    sorry sir,. the number limitation did,.. otherwise,.. i shall put hiei, mutsu, yamashiro, dunkerque,. prince of wales etc,..

    cheers
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    — Stepan O. Makarov, Russian Admiral

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    Ise aircraft carrier battleship.

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    I like the Iowa class battleships:

    45,000 tons
    861 feet at waterline, 887 feet - overall, 108 feet - beam, 29 feet - draft
    212,000 S.H.P., 33 knots.
    9 - 16 inch guns in 3 gun turrets (3 guns each)
    20 - 5 inch DP guns in 10 gun turrets (2 guns each)
    80 - 40mm AA guns
    49 - 20 mm AA guns
    Armor: hull belt - 19 inches, main gun turrets - 18 inches

    BB.61 Iowa
    BB.62 New Jersey
    BB.63 Missouri
    BB.64 Wisconsin


    Best class of American battleships of WWII.

    Two additional Iowa class battleships were planned, but cancelled.

    BB.65 Illinois - cancelled 12 August 1945 (22 percent complete)
    BB.66 Kentucky - construction suspended 17 February 1947 (69.2 percent complete - scrapped in Baltimore, MD in November 1958)






    A heavier class of American battleships was planned, but cancelled 21 July 1943 - model shown above.

    Montana class battleships: 5 ships

    60,500 tons
    890 feet at waterline, 921 feet - overall, 121 feet - beam, 36 feet - draft
    172,000 S.H.P., 28 knots.
    12 - 16 inch guns in 4 gun turrets (3 guns each),
    20 - 5 inch guns in 10 gun turrets (2 guns each),
    32 - 40mm AA guns in 8 mounts (4 guns each).

    BB.67 Montana
    BB.68 Ohio
    BB.69 Maine
    BB.70 New Hampshire
    BB.71 Louisiana


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    Source: U.S. Warships of World War II, Paul H. Silverstone, Doublday & Company, Inc., 1972, pp 29 - 34

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    I gotta say tha NC a small but opposing warship




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    The Hood. Yeah, That's right, The Hood. It was a one of a kind ship that was sent to the wrong place, at the wrong time, in the wrong war...

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    USS Arizona, still on active service, (in name only).

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    I gotta go with the Missouri. It was there at the end and also in that Steven Seagal movie.


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    I'd have to go with the Bismarck it fought hard and took lots of hits
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    the giant bismark that only last for so little


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