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7" gun port on U.S.S. Pennsylvania 7" gun port on U.S.S. Pennsylvania
Looking out 7" gun port on the battleship U.S.S. Pennsylvania, 1918.
 
 
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Anti-aircraft gun prcatice Anti-aircraft gun prcatice
Anti-aircraft gun prcatice, photo taken on one of the converted yachts now being used in the Naval Reserve,  Edwin Levick 1918.
 
 
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Battleship New Jersey in camouflage Battleship New Jersey in camouflage
U.S. battleship New Jersey in camouflage coat, 1918.
 
 
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Battleship squadrons of the German Navy Battleship squadrons of the German Navy
First and second battleship squadrons and small cruiser of the German Navy at  Kiel Harbor, Germany. 1914. K. Koch.
 
 
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Battleship U.S.S. Arkansas, 1918 Battleship U.S.S. Arkansas, 1918
Battleship U.S.S. Arkansas in 1918, Enrique Muller.
 
 
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Engine room in German submarine Engine room in German submarine
Engine room in oil-burning German submarine.
 
 
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German battleship Kaiser German battleship Kaiser
The German battleship Kaiser on parade for Kaiser Wilhelm II at Kiel. S.M.S. Kaiser Parade vor S.M. dem Kaiser. Germany, 1914, K. Koch.
 
 
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German Navy 2nd battleship squadron German Navy 2nd battleship squadron
The second battleship squadron of the German navy saililng to the North Sea, 1914. K. Koch.
 
 
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Loading a torpedo into sub, 1918 Loading a torpedo into sub, 1918
Loading a torpedo into sub,1918.
 
 
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Mine fleet protected by smoke screen Mine fleet protected by smoke screen
Mine fleet protected by smoke screen.
 
 
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Rescued passengers from French Liner "Sontay" Rescued passengers from French Liner "Sontay"
Rescued passengers from the French Liner "Sontay" which was torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine on April 10, 1918 while enroute from Marseilles to Salonika, climbing up the sides of a French gunboat which came to the rescue.
 
 
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Sailors aboard American destroyer Sailors aboard American destroyer
A five inch gun and its crew on board an American destroyer off the coast of France,1918.
 
 
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Sailors sitting on big guns U.S.S. Texas Sailors sitting on big guns U.S.S. Texas
"Gobs" and Guns. A scene aboard the U.S.S. Texas just back from foreign waters, showing the "gobs" enjoying a little fun on the big guns. 1918.
 
 
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Ship torpedoed by German sub Ship torpedoed by German sub
Last minute escape from vessel torpedoed by German sub. The vessel has already sunk its bow into the waves, and her stern is slowly lifting out of the water. Men can be seen sliding down ropes as the last boat is pulling away. Ca. 1917.
 
 
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Sinking of the German Cruiser Bluecher Sinking of the German Cruiser Bluecher
Sinking of the German Cruiser Bluecher in the naval enagement between German and British dreadnoughts in the North Sea on Jan. 24, 1915. This photo was taken from the deck of the British Cruiser Arethusia. IFS.
 
 
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Sinking of the HMS Irresistible Sinking of the HMS Irresistible
Sinking of the HMS Irresistible at Kephtx Bay after striking a mine on 18th March 1915. Photograph taken by Frederick Willis on board HMS Lord Nelson. 
 
 
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The Arizona at New York City, 1918 The Arizona at New York City, 1918
The Arizona passing 96th St. Pier in great naval review at New York City, 1918. Paul Thompson (War Dept.)
 
 
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The President and Mrs. Wilson christened the Quistconck The President and Mrs. Wilson christened the Quistconck
Launching the Quistconck, first completed at Hog Island shipyards. The President and Mrs. Wilson are standing on the platform on opposite sides of the flagpole. Mrs Wilson christened the vessel. Ca. 1918.
 
 
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Two German U-boats sunk Two German U-boats sunk
A remarkable post-war incident was the washing up on the rocks at Falmouth, England, of two German U-boats. They were cast up but a few feet apart; both had been sunk during the war.
 
 
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Wooden ship built for United States Wooden ship built for United States
Wooden ship built for United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corp., by Pacific American Fisheries, Bellingham, WA, 1918.
 
 
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