Nghĩa của từ royal navy bằng Tiếng Anh

the British navy. It was the most powerful navy in the world from the 17th century until World War II.

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1. HMS Conqueror, various British Royal Navy ships; Conqueror-class monitor, a Royal Navy ship class; USS Conqueror (AMc-70), a US Navy coastal

2. That provoked outrage from parts of the Royal Navy.

3. He portrays an officer in the Khmer Royal Navy.

4. The Royal Navy put the Corsair into carrier operations immediately.

5. In 1906, the Royal Navy owned the field with Dreadnought.

6. HMS Dreadnought was a Royal Navy battleship that revolutionised naval power.

7. In 1906, the British Royal Navy launched the revolutionary HMS Dreadnought.

8. Six ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Wizard.

9. He recommended that she be taken back into the Royal Navy.

10. The saltpetre we stole had already been sold to the Royal Navy.

11. On 23 October 1940, Wickes was turned over to the Royal Navy.

12. And the blue crosses are the Royal Navy ships, um, preparing to engage.

13. Royal Navy casualties were 2 dead, Captain Rowland Money and 18 seamen wounded.

14. She was the last traditional survey ship to serve in the Royal Navy.

15. The British Royal Navy bombarded the town of Kagoshima and destroyed several ships.

16. She was the last cruiser serving with the Royal Navy upon her decommissioning.

17. The ship was designed by Edward James Reed, Chief Constructor to the Royal Navy.

18. Then they proceeded to western Korean waters, where other Royal Navy warships were converging.

19. After the ship arrived in Invergordon, Baden was carefully examined by Royal Navy technicians.

20. HMS Ambuscade was a British Royal Navy destroyer which served in the Second World War

21. The final Royal Navy variant was the FAW.22 powered by the Ghost 105 engine.

22. Their second son the Hon. George Henry Douglas became an Admiral in the Royal Navy.

23. 1941 – World War II: The German submarine U-110 is captured by the Royal Navy.

24. The Aristocracy continued to dominate the government, the Army and Royal Navy, and high society.

25. She served the Royal Navy from 1981 to 2005, taking part in the Falklands War.

26. HMS Atheling (D51) was a Royal Navy Ruler-class escort carrier of the Second World War

27. The destruction of Hood spurred a relentless pursuit by the Royal Navy involving dozens of warships.

28. New Zealand depended on Britain's Royal Navy for its military security during the 1920s and 1930s.

29. The term "battleship" was officially adopted by the Royal Navy in the re-classification of 1892.

30. HMS Atheling (D51) was a Royal Navy Ruler-class escort carrier of the Second World War

31. The terms were rejected and the Royal Navy opened fire on the French ships berthed there.

32. Biter A name given to a series of warships of the Royal Navy beginning in 1797

33. The attack killed 19 Royal Australian Navy and two Royal Navy sailors, and wounded another 10.

34. The Royal Navy retired the last of its Tigerfish torpedoes from active service in February 2004.

35. Three days later, on 9 September 1940, Welles was decommissioned and turned over to the Royal Navy.

36. Bounty ' s complement was 46 men, comprising 44 Royal Navy seamen (including Bligh) and two civilian botanists

37. Their adversary, the Royal Navy, rated them as battlecruisers though after the war classified them as battleships.

38. 31: Two Royal Navy destroyers are sunk off the Dutch coast in the so-called "Texel Disaster".

39. Gloire prompted further innovation from the Royal Navy, anxious to prevent France from gaining a technological lead.

40. Launched from October 1912 to November 1913, this was the third class of Royal Navy super-dreadnoughts.

41. King's Wharf Bermuda is a cruise terminal located in Bermuda's west end, at the Royal Navy Dockyards

42. HMS Agamemnon was a 64-gun third-rate ship of the line of the British Royal Navy

43. America “had been able to afford isolation because the Royal Navy had been her buffer against European powers.”

44. There she undertook exercises with other Royal Navy ships serving in the Far East, including the battleship Anson.

45. English Royal Navy Submarine Binnacle with heavy brass plates, trim, weights, hood, base bracket, compensating ball brackets, etc

46. Major Royal Navy units included Britain's last battleship, HMS Vanguard, and four fleet and three light aircraft carriers.

47. The defeat was the first to be inflicted on the Royal Navy since the 1814 Battle of Plattsburgh.

48. Of the 171,000 sailors who served in the Royal Navy throughout the conflict, around a quarter were pressed.

49. The first small steam-powered cruisers were built for the British Royal Navy with HMS Mercury launched in 1878.

50. The peninsula as a whole takes its name from Barff Point, which was named for Royal Navy Lieutenant A