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SMS Viribus Unitis

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Tegetthoff Class In 1907 the navy of the dualist, multinational Austro-Hungarian Empire placed an order for a new class of warships, whose design was based on the â__all big gunâ__ concept pioneered by HMS Dreadnought. Eventually four Tegetthoff class vessels were laid down, including the flagship Viribus Unitis, Tagetthoff, Prinz Eugen and Szent Istvan. The last warship of the class was not completed until well into World War I. The vesselsâ__ careers were not especially eventful. They spent most of their service lives as a â__fleet in beingâ__ anchored in a well-protected port of Pola with only occasional trips to the Fažana Channel (well-screened by Brijuni Islands) for gunnery practice. During the war the ships were manned mainly by reservists, while the most promising and experienced members of their crews were detached to serve onboard submarines or torpedo boats, or assigned to land-based units. The second ship of the class ended her career in rather dramatic circumstances, which is why she perhaps deserves a more detailed treatment. Viribus Unitis The Battleship IV was laid down at San Marco on July 23, 1910 and launched on June 24, 1911. The Emperorâ__s court used the occasion to organize a lavish celebration designed to carry a strong political message. The Emperor insisted that the battleship be given a rather unusual, Latin name Viribus Unitis (Strength in Unity â__ Emperorâ__s personal motto).

Naval Ships of Austria Hungary

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 34. Chapters: Austro-Hungarian Navy ship names, Battleships of Austria-Hungary, Ships of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, Submarines of Austria-Hungary, World War I naval ships of Austria-Hungary, List of battleships of Austria-Hungary, Austro-Hungarian U-boat classes, SMS Szent Istvan, SMS Viribus Unitis, SMS Tegetthoff, List of Austro-Hungarian U-boats, SMS Prinz Eugen, SMS Habsburg, SMS Budapest, SMS Wien, SMS Arpad, SMS Erzherzog Karl, SMS Erzherzog Ferdinand Max, SMS Babenburg, SMS Erzherzog Friedrich, SMS Kaiserin und Konigin Maria Theresia, SMS Teodo, List of ships of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, SMS Zenta, SMS Lussin, SMS Panther, SMS Leopard, SMS Kaiser Franz Joseph I, SMS Tiger, SMS Admiral Spaun, SMS Kaiserin Elisabeth, SMS Boa, Greek battleship Vasilissa Olga, SMS Sankt Georg, TA48, NMS Smeul, SMS Novara. Excerpt: The Austro-Hungarian Navy (Kaiserliche und Konigliche Kriegsmarine, shortened to k.u.k. Kriegsmarine) built a series of battleships between the early 1900s and 1917. To defend its Adriatic coast in wartime, Austria-Hungary had previously built a series of smaller ironclad warships, including coastal defense ships, and armored cruisers. The appointment of Admiral Hermann von Spaun to the post of State Secretary of the Navy in 1897 accelerated naval construction and under the command of Franz Joseph I of Austria, the k.u.k. Kriegsmarine began a program of naval expansion at the beginning of the 20th century. The navy immediately pushed for the construction of the three Habsburg-class battleships, after which soon followed three Erzherzog Karl-class, all of which were pre-dreadnoughts. Several years passed before the Radetzky-class battleships were built. These were the last pre-dreadnought battleships to be built by the Austro-Hungarian Navy and were soon succeeded by the Tegetthoff-class battleship class being...

A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE AUSTRIAN NAVY

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A Brief History of the Austrian Navy 1382 - 1918

Austro Hungarian Battleships 1914 18

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Austria-Hungary did not have an overseas empire; its empire lay within its own boundaries and the primary purpose of its navy until the beginning of the twentieth century was the defense of its coastline. As its merchant marine dramatically grew, admirals believed that the navy should take a more proactive policy of defense. The 1890s saw the beginning of a series of naval building programs that would create a well-balanced modern fleet. Cruisers were constructed for the protection of overseas trade and for “showing the flag” but the decisive projection of Austria-Hungary's commitment to control the Adriatic was the construction of a force of modern battleships. Despite the naval arms race throughout Europe at the time, the navy had difficulty obtaining funds for new ships. The difficulties experienced in battleship funding and construction mirrored the political difficulties and ethnic rivalries within the empire. Nevertheless by August of 1914, the Austro-Hungarian had a fleet of battleships. This book details the five classes of Austro-Hungarian battleships in service during World War I.

Caroline Hartley and the Dreadnought Battleship

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Caroline Hartley has a magic key. It has allowed her and her brother, Martin, to secretly step through an attic door and time-travel back to 1912, at the castle they have been staying at in central Europe. Unfortunately, bad weather in the present has forced them and their father, Chris, to leave the castle and go back to Bratislava. The Hartley children would love to return to the castle as they would like to use Carolines magic key again. Both wish to time-travel back to 1912, where they can meet their friends, who have invited them to see the inspection of the fleet in Trieste, Austria-Hungary. Caroline is currently unsure if this will be possible.

Axis Midget Submarines

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During World War II, Germany, Japan, and Italy built approximately 2,000 small, inherently stealthy, naval craft to perform special operations and conventional naval missions. Much more numerous and more technically advanced than their Allied counterparts, they saw service worldwide, operating in the Pacific, Mediterranean, Black Sea, Indian Ocean, North Sea, and the English channel. Manned by courageous crews, these vessels made daring attacks on Allied ships in heavily protected anchorages using torpedoes and mines. Most notable were attacks against Gibraltar – launched from an Italian cargo vessel interred in nearby neutral Spain that had been converted into a clandestine support base and equipped with an underwater hatch – and Pearl Harbor. They were used against shipping in coastal waters and, near the end of the war, in desperate attempts to offset their opponents' overwhelming naval superiority during the US advance across the Pacific and the Allied amphibious landings in France and Italy. This volume will detail the history, weapons, and operations of German, Japanese, and Italian midget submarines.

The World of the Battleship

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This new volume is intended to present a global vision of the development of the world's battleships. In a collection of chapters by international, the design, building, and career of a significant battleship from each of the world's navies is explored that illuminates not just the ships but also the communities of officers and individuals that served in them and, more broadly, the societies and nations that built them. Each chapter explains the origins of a ship, her importance as a national symbol, and her place in the fleet. This is a highly original and significant book on the great capital ships of the world.

The Imperial and Royal Austro Hungarian Navy

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Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute

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World War I

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The definitive visual history of the people, politics and events of World War I World War I: The Definitive Visual Guide is a fascinating portrait of a world at war, vividly portraying the conflicts of the Great War on land, sea and in the skies. This history book will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about the First World War. You will uncover the details of the Great War's titanic battles such as Gallipoli, the Somme and Verdun that left an indelible mark on the collective memories of countries and that claimed a generation of young men. Discover how local fears and hatreds escalated into one vast conflict that was fought out to the bitter end. Find out about key battles, political and economic forces, individual leaders and technological advances that influenced the course of the First World War. Timelines show you the war unfolding across countries, providing an overview of developments in all the theatres of war. Packed with images, maps, portraits, key artefacts and unforgettable first person accounts, World War I: The Definitive Visual Guide is an uniquely accessible military history of one of the world's most devastating conflicts.

Warship

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Gem lde in deutschen Museen

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Engineering Abstracts

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Sea Power Monograph

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