HMS Decoy (H75)
HMS Decoy was a D-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. Ordered in 1931, the ship was constructed by Palmers Shipbuilding and Iron Company, and entered naval service in 1933. Decoy was initially assigned...
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French submarine La Sibylle (1932)
La Sibylle was a Diane-class submarine of the French Navy. She was launched on 28 January 1932. La Sibylle was sunk by Allied forces off Casablanca on 8 November 1942.
USAHS Acadia
USAHS Acadia was the first United States Army Hospital Ship during World War II. Built in 1932 by Newport News Shipbuilding as a civilian passenger/cargo ocean liner for the Eastern Steamship Liness,...
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USS Conasauga (AOG-15)
USS Conasauga (AOG-15) was a Halawa-class gasoline tanker acquired by the U.S. Navy for the dangerous task of transporting gasoline to warships in the fleet, and to remote Navy stations. Conasauga was...
INS Delhi (1948)
INS Delhi was a Leander-class light cruiser built for the Royal Navy in 1933 as HMS Achilles, and commissioned into the New Zealand Division of the Royal Navy (from 1941 the Royal New Zealand Navy) in...
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SS Lurline (1932)
SS Lurline was the third Matson Lines vessel to hold that name and the last of four fast and luxurious ocean liners that Matson built for the Hawaii and Australasia runs from the West Coast of the Uni...
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RMS Strathaird
RMS Strathaird, later TSS Strathaird, was an ocean liner of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company (P&O).She was the second of five sister ships in what came to be called the "Strath...
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Mystery (log canoe)
The Mystery is a Chesapeake Bay log canoe, built in 1932, by Harry Sinclair in Oxford, Maryland. She measures 34'-7" long, has a beam of 8'-8⁄2" and has a centerboard. She is noted for her ve...
HMS Diana (H49)
HMS Diana was a D-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. Ordered in 1931, the ship was constructed by Palmers Shipbuilding and Iron Company, and entered naval service in 1932. Diana was initially assigned...
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French cruiser Algérie
The Algérie was a French heavy cruiser that served during the early years of World War II. She was built in response to the Italian Zara class cruisers, incorporating better armour than previous Frenc...
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HMS Thames (N71)
HMS Thames (N71) was an ocean-going type of submarine of the River Class. She was built by Vickers Armstrong, Barrow and launched on 26 February 1932. She was completed on 14 September 1932, and afte...
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SS Santa Rosa (1932)
SS Santa Rosa (later SS Athinai) was a passenger and cargo ocean liner built for the Grace Line. She was one of four sister ships (the others being Santa Elena, Santa Lucia and Santa Paula) ordered in...
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HNLMS K XVIII
K XVIII was one of five K XIV class submarines built for the Royal Netherlands Navy. She served during World War II.
The submarine was laid down in Rotterdam at the shipyard of Fijenoord on 10 Jun...
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HMS Orion (85)
HMS Orion was a Leander-class light cruiser which served with distinction in the Royal Navy during World War II. She received 13 battle honours, a record only exceeded by HMS Warspite, and matche...
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French aviso Amiral Charner
Amiral Charner was a Bougainville-class aviso of the French Navy launched 1 October 1932. The ship was designed to operate from French colonies in Asia and Africa. On the night between 16 and 17 Janua...
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HNoMS Olav Tryggvason
The minelayer HNoMS Olav Tryggvason was built by the naval shipyard at Horten in the early 1930s and had build number 119. She served in the Royal Norwegian Navy until captured by the Germans in 1940....
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SS Normandie
(For the French RO-RO ship operating for Brittany Ferries, see MV Normandie)SS Normandie was an ocean liner built in Saint-Nazaire, France, for the French Line Compagnie Générale Transatlantique. She ...
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Brilliant (schooner)
Brilliant is a schooner located at Mystic Seaport in Mystic, Connecticut, United States. Brilliant was built in 1932 on City Island, Bronx, by Henry B. Nevins Yard to a design by Olin Stephens of Spar...
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HMS Diamond (H22)
HMS Diamond was a D-class destroyer built for the Royal Navy in the early 1930s. The ship spent the bulk of her career on the China Station. She was briefly assigned to the Mediterranean Fleet in 1939...
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HNLMS Johan Maurits van Nassau
HNLMS Johan Maurits van Nassau (Dutch: Hr.Ms. Johan Maurits van Nassau), named after John Maurice of Nassau, was a Dutch gunboat that served in the early part of World War II, when it was sunk. Sh...
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German training ship Bremse
Bremse was built as an artillery training ship (Artillerieschulschiff ) of Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine with a secondary function as a testbed for new marine diesel engines later installed in German pa...
USCGC Escanaba (WPG-77)
The USCGC Escanaba (WPG-77) was an 165 ft (50 m) "A" type United States Coast Guard cutter stationed on the Great Lakes from her commissioning in 1932 until the start of U.S. military involv...
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USCGC Icarus (WPC-110)
USCGC Icarus (WPC-110) was a steel-hulled, diesel-powered Thetis-class patrol boat of the United States Coast Guard that patrolled the Eastern coast during World War II. In 1942, Icarus sank the U-boa...
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HMS Seahorse (98S)
HMS Seahorse was a group one British S-class submarine that was lost at sea with all hands in Heligoland Bight, North Sea, probably on the 7 January 1940, during the Second World War.On 26 December 19...
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USS Portland (CA-33)
USS Portland (CA–33), the lead ship of her class of heavy cruiser, was the first ship of the United States Navy named after the city of Portland, Maine. Launched in 1932, she saw a number of training ...
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HMNZS Achilles (70)
HMNZS Achilles was a Leander-class light cruiser which served with the Royal New Zealand Navy in the Second World War, the second of five in the class. Originally constructed by the Royal Navy, she wa...
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SS Wandle (1932)
SS Wandle was a British coastal collier owned and operated by the proprietors of Wandsworth gas works in south-west London. She was a flatiron, meaning that she had a low-profile superstructure, hinge...
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