British World War 2 Aircraft Carriers (1939-1945) - Fleet Carriers of the Royal Navy
The worth of the British carrier fleet of World War 2 was proven time and time again in fighting all over the globe.There are a total of 11 British World War 2 Aircraft Carriers (1939-1945) - Fleet Carriers of the Royal Navy in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
HMS Argus was an Italy-bound oceanliner converted for Royal Navy service as an aircraft carrier during World War 1....
Commissioned in 1938, HMS Ark Royal was lost to a U-boat attack on November 13th, 1941....
HMS Ark Royal made it through the fighting of World War 1 and survived all of World War 2 before being scrapped in ...
The United Kingdom had always been on the cutting edge of naval design and HMS Audacity was no exception....
Born in World War 1, the British carrier HMS Eagle was forced back into frontline service for World War 2 but ultim...
HMS Furious 47 was laid down in August of 1916 and commissioned in June of 1917, managing a career beyond World War...
HMS Hermes of the British Royal Navy became the first purpose-built aircraft carrier in naval history when laid dow...
HMS Unicorn 71 became a veteran of World War 2 and served with distinction during the Korean War....
HMS Victorious proved critical to Atlantic, Pacific and Far East operations for the British and American fleets dur...
HMS Warrior R31 aircraft carrier led a long life in service to Britain, Canada and - finally - Argentina....