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    World War 1 Warships and Submarines (1914-1918)

    Authored By Staff Writer | Last Updated: 1/19/2016

    The War to End All Wars was an equal slugfest across air, land and - of course - the sea.





    There are a total of (85) World War 1 Warships and Submarines (1914-1918) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order. Flag images indicative of country of origin.




    1901
    Ammiraglio di Saint Bon
    Ammiraglio di Saint Bon was accepted into the Regia Marina (Italian Navy) at the turn of the last ce... [Read More]
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    1913
    Andrea Doria
    The Andrea Doria was one of two battleships in the Andrea Doria-class serving the Italian Navy in th... [Read More]
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    1915
    ARA Moreno
    Around 1910, the nations of South America were in a naval arms race with each participant bent on ou... [Read More]
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    1907
    B-class (USA)
    If the A-class of submarines were the beginnings of the submariner program for the United States Nav... [Read More]
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    1905
    Benedetto Brin
    Italian naval engineer and future politician Benedetto Brin (1833-1898) spearheaded a vast resurgenc... [Read More]
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    1912
    E-class (series)
    When Britain committed to World War 1 in 1914, the E-class submarine formed the primary underwater f... [Read More]
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    1898
    FS Bouvet (1898)
    Bouvet served the French Navy during the early part of the 20th Century and saw her keel laid down o... [Read More]
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    1916
    FS Bretagne (1916)
    The Bretagne battleship served the French Navy throughout the bulk of World War 1 and operated throu... [Read More]
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    1913
    HMAS Australia (1911)
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    1908
    HMS Agamemnon
    HMS Agamemnon was the prize of the British Royal Navy and the last of her pre-dreadnought battleship... [Read More]
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    1914
    HMS Agincourt
    HMS Agincourt joined the British Royal Navy as part of her growing "dreadnought" series of battleshi... [Read More]
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    1918
    HMS Argus (I49)
    The British Royal Navy's HMS Argus was an early-form aircraft carrier hastily-developed during World... [Read More]
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    1914
    HMS Ark Royal / HMS Pegasus
    Even prior to World War 1, the British Royal Navy was working on an aircraft carrier concept. It too... [Read More]
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    1913
    HMS Audacious
    Naval warship design was rewritten with the arrival of HMS Dreadnought in 1906 for the British Royal... [Read More]
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    1915
    HMS Barham (04)
    To match the capabilities of the German Navy during the years leading up to World War 1 (1914-1918),... [Read More]
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    1907
    HMS Bellerophon (1907)
    The British Royal Navy revolutionized naval warfare when it introduced their HMS Dreadnought in 1906... [Read More]
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    1914
    HMS Benbow (1914)
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    1915
    HMS Ben-my-Chree
    HMS Ben-my-Chree served the Royal Navy through the middle years of World War 1, operating as a seap... [Read More]
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    1915
    HMS Campania (1914)
    Like other early aircraft carriers appearing during World War 1 (1914-1918), HMS Campania was a hast... [Read More]
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    1915
    HMS Canada (1913)
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    1899
    HMS Canopus (1899)
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    1911
    HMS Colossus
    HMS Colossus was born out of an expedited measure on the part of the British Navy to expand its powe... [Read More]
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    1906
    HMS Dreadnought
    When she was commissioned in 1906, HMS Dreadnought was the dominant battleship class of her era. Dr... [Read More]
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    1911
    HMS Engadine
    Like many of the early aircraft carriers in military naval history, HMS Engadine began her career as... [Read More]
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    1917
    HMS Furious (47)
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    1898
    HMS Hermes
    HMS Hermes was ordered in 1897 as a cruiser warship type for the British Royal Navy (RN). Her keel w... [Read More]
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    1924
    HMS Hermes (95)
    The British laid the groundwork for several major components of modern warfare during World War 1 (1... [Read More]
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    1905
    HMS King Edward VII
    HMS King Edward VII battleship of the British Royal Navy was laid down at Devonport Dockyard on Marc... [Read More]
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    1905
    HMS New Zealand (1905)
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    1912
    HMS New Zealand (1911)
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    1914
    HMS Queen Elizabeth
    The British Royal Navy was the most powerful sea-going force by the time of World War 1 (1914-1918) ... [Read More]
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    1916
    HMS Renown
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    1916
    HMS Royal Sovereign (05)
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    1914
    HMS Tiger
    HMS Tiger was a battlecruiser warship developed for the British Royal Navy and the only ship of her ... [Read More]
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    1915
    HMS Warspite (03)
    HMS Warspite (03) was a Dreadnought Battleship of the Queen Elizabeth-class in service with the Brit... [Read More]
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    1900
    IJN Asahi
    The IJN Asahi was a pre-dreadnought battleship vessel in service with the Imperial Japanese Navy. Sh... [Read More]
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    1915
    IJN Fuso
    The Fuso-class were "Dreadnought" battleships in service with Japan during both World War and World ... [Read More]
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    1915
    IJN Haruna
    Haruna served the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) throughout World War 1 (1914-1918) and World War 2 (1... [Read More]
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    1914
    IJN Hiei
    As an archipelago nation, the Empire of Japan required a large navy to fulfill the plans of its lead... [Read More]
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    1915
    IJN Kirishima
    From the period between 1912 and 1915, the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) put to water four Kongo-clas... [Read More]
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    1913
    IJN Kongo
    In 1911 the Imperial Japanese Diet (Teikoku-gikai) passed funds to support the Naval Emergency Expan... [Read More]
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    1902
    IJN Mikasa
    In the First Sino-Japanese War (1894 - 1895), Japan clashed with China over the domination of Manchu... [Read More]
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    1917
    K-class (series)
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    1905
    Slava
    The word "Slava" itself translates to "Glory" in Russian and her representative vessel was the last ... [Read More]
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    1917
    SM U-106
    Much is made about the German U-Boat scourge of World War 2 but the fleet was no less dangerous in i... [Read More]
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    1913
    SM U-19
    The German Navy undersea force was to play a major role in both World Wars but it was in the first g... [Read More]
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    1917
    SM U-20 (U-XX)
    In 1915 Austro-Hungarian authorities ordered construction of four submarines based on an outdated, t... [Read More]
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    1915
    SM U-21
    U-21 formed the third of the four-strong class of U-19 U-boats in service with the Imperial German N... [Read More]
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    1917
    SM U-21 (U-XXI)
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    1910
    SM U-9
    World War 1 allowed the "submarine" - essentially an undersea warship - to become as deadly a new we... [Read More]
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    1903
    SMS Arpad
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    1917
    SMS Baden
    The German Navy attempted to keep pace with the British Royal Navy prior to World War 1 (1914-1918) ... [Read More]
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    1914
    SMS Derfflinger
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    1909
    SMS Emden (1908)
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    1916
    SMS Emden (1916)
    The Konigsberg-class was adopted by the German Imperial Navy as a four-strong group of light cruiser... [Read More]
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    1912
    SMS Goeben (Yavuz)
    In 1909, the SMS Goeben became the second of two Moltke-class battlecruisers built in Hamburg, Germa... [Read More]
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    1906
    SMS Konigsberg (1905)
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    1915
    SMS Konigsberg (1915)
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    1906
    SMS Leipzig (1906)
    In the run up to World War 1, the major powers of Europe were locked in a seemingly endless naval ar... [Read More]
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    1909
    SMS Mainz
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    1911
    SMS Moltke
    The German battlecruiser SMS Moltke was the lead ship of her class consisting of two ships with her ... [Read More]
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    1915
    SMS Mowe
    In the city of Sarajevo in 1914, Austria's Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife were assassinated b... [Read More]
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    1908
    SMS Schleswig-Holstein
    The SMS Schleswig-Holstein was a storied vessel of the German Navy that managed to survive all of Wo... [Read More]
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    1915
    SMS Seeadler (Pass of Balmaha)
    SMS Seeadler ("Sea Eagle") was a successful commerce-raiding warship of the Imperial German Navy dur... [Read More]
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    1903
    USS Adder (A-2 / SS-3)
    Today the United States Navy fields the largest and most powerful naval force in recorded history ca... [Read More]
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    1900
    USS Alabama (BB-8)
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    1916
    USS Arizona (BB-39)
    USS Arizona (BB-39) was one of two Pennsylvania-class super-dreadnought battleships completed for se... [Read More]
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    1912
    USS Arkansas (BB-33)
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    1903
    USS Bainbridge (DD-1)
    This destroyer ship class was named USS Bainbridge (DD-1), commonly called a torpedo boat destroyer... [Read More]
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    1918
    USS Bali (ID-2483)
    The freighter SS Bali was completed at the Rotterdam Dry Dock Company shipyard at Rotterdam, Netherl... [Read More]
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    1911
    USS Florida (BB-30)
    At one point in military naval history, the "Dreadnought" battleship represented the pinnacle of war... [Read More]
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    1897
    USS Iowa (BB-4)
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    1918
    USS L-5 (SS-44)
    America's late entry into World War 1 (1914-1918) meant that many indigenously-designed and develope... [Read More]
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    1918
    USS Lapwing (AM-1)
    Leading up to 1917, the United States Navy had used sloops and tugs to locate and destroy enemy mine... [Read More]
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    1916
    USS Nevada (BB-36)
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    1918
    USS New Mexico (BB-40)
    The first United States Navy (USN) vessel to carry the namesake of the State of New Mexico was USS N... [Read More]
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    1893
    USS New York (ACR-2)
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    1914
    USS New York (BB-34)
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    1916
    USS Oklahoma (BB-37)
    Succeeding the two-strong New York-class of battleships entering construction 1911 was the two-stron... [Read More]
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    1905
    USS Pennsylvania (ACR-4)
    USS Pennsylvania (ACR-4) formed the lead ship of the six-strong Pennsylvania-class of armored cruise... [Read More]
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    1916
    USS Pennsylvania (BB-38)
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    1910
    USS South Carolina (BB-26)
    USS South Carolina (BB-26) was the lead ship of her class, being categorized as a "1st class dreadno... [Read More]
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    1914
    USS Texas (BB-35)
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    1911
    USS Utah (BB-31)
    USS Utah (BB-31) was a Dreadnought battleship belonging to the Florida-class revealed in the period ... [Read More]
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    1889
    USS Yorktown (PG-1)
    The USS Yorktown (PG-1), or "Patrol Gunboat" (also recognized as a "third class" cruiser) was the le... [Read More]
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