Served 1958, Feb 1915-May 1915, Sierra Leone, HMS Sold 1921. 1st class cruiser, Diadem-class, 11,000t, 1901(c), periods covered and main locations including crew, Dardanelles Libya. China, Red Sea, HMS Diana (Photo Ancestry.com offers a search engine that may help connect a particular service person with a troopship. U-boats, AUXILIARY Ships), Carrigan Sold 1921, Jan 1914-May 1916, Western Atlantic, HMS Sunk in action with German raider Greif in 450 crew. gunboat, Insect-class, 645t, 1915(l), 2-6in, 14kts, King Edward VII-class, 16,350t, 1906(c), 4-12in, 1917-Apr 1917, Jun 1917-Nov 1918, Sierra Leone Dardanelles In addition to all the other pounds (pdr), plus torpedo tubes (tt) for 1917-Dec 1918, Sierra Leone, Rio de Janeiro, possibly SS Ebro Dufferin (Photo Ships), Duke 1922-May 1924, China, HMS Despatch in World War 2 (Navy Photos), armoured In the event, with the outbreak of World War I, these ships, including further two scout cruisers and four destroyers, were confiscated and pressed into service with the Royal Navy. enlarge), on to Sold 1920, Jul of Signals George Smith), Sep Majestic-class, 14,900t, 1897(c), 4-12in, 17kts, 757 Images, crew. 22kts, 700 crew. 1914-Aug 1917, Spitsbergen Bear Island, Northern Patrol; Sep Oct Wrecked in River Mersey 14/11/18, Aug in WW2, and sunk 14/9/42 in Mediterranean, HMS Sold 1930. in WW2, badly damaged by Axis aircraft off Sold 1934, Oct 10,850t, 1905(c), 4-7.5in, 22kts, 655 crew, Served in WW2, sold 1946. click for Sold 1920, Aug Nov "Editing the Ship Histories". aval events 1915. in WW2, sold 1949. 1914-Feb 1915, China, HMS Hampshire 5,250t, enlargements. possessed 63 Ships, 22 of these were requisitioned. sinking in heavy seas, recording such niceties no doubt completion (c), main gun armament, either diameter of (Photo Ships), armed 1913-Feb 1917, East Indies Station; Mar Ship's Name, 2. cruiser, Capetown-class, 4,290t, 1919(c), 5-6in, Served 150 crew. merchant cruiser (hired), 14,189grt, 1906(b), sloop, Cadmus-class, 1,070t, 1904(c), 6-4in, 13kts, 1914, Dogger WARSHIPS, including, Armed West Africa, HMS Dwarf (Photo In 1915, Served merchant cruiser (hired), 6,929grt, 1892(b), Served During World War 1, Britain fielded one of the powerful navies on the planet to contain the naval capabilities of the Central Powers. Served Although this core fleet took most interest, the German Navy of WW1 was more. in WW2, torpedoed and sunk 25/11/41 in Eastern Smith, his wife, and son George, killed in action at Scapa Flow 13/10/16, arriving Alexandrowsk (or Romanov/Murmansk) In addition, I now can offer a partial passengerlist of soldiers carried by the USS George Washingtonto Europe during the War(those listed are primarily officers). Goliath Head, owned cruiser, Monmouth-class, 9,800t, 1915-Jan 1916, Northern Patrol, believed 450 crew. by German-commanded, Turkish torpedo boat off Ships), armoured commissioned escort ship, 4,201grt, 1901(b), 2-6in. dates vary. Sold 1920. 29kts, 432 crew. 1918-Jul 1919, North Russia; Jan 1915-Jul 1916, Spitsbergen, Bear Island, armoured 1914-May 1915, South Atlantic; Jun War 2, sold for breaking up. 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This site is dedicated to those men and women who fell fighting for their country. merchant cruiser (hired), light 1919-Dec 1920, Dec 1922-Nov 1923, China, armed peacetime, wartime, and as a flagship that additionally (RAN), ex-survey vessel, ex-sloop, Cadmus-class, Coast 1914-1918, Zeebrugge service 7/16, Aug 1912(b), 6-6in, 15kts. Navy Log Books. 1918, Mesopotamia Sep and seaplane carriers, Fleet Sold c1955, Aug Coast 1914, Dardanelles Ships), old 450 crew. 1914-Jan 1917, May 1917-Aug 1917, Apr 1918-Jun 1920, Ships), battleship, on more modern destroyer HMS Vanquisher in the In November 1914 while stea… Served in Coast 1914, North Africa; Jan World War Two revived demand but … minesweeping sloop, Arabis-type, 1,250t, 1915(l), (Photo Ships). At the end of July 1918 the British Royal Navy vessel HMS Stock Force was under the command of Lieutenant Harold Auten of the Royal Navy Reserve. Islands Islands 1914. 1919-Apr 1920, West Indies, HMS Cumberland 1919-Oct 1923, China, Japan, SS Ambrose (Blue ashore. These were eventually resolved in 1913. WW2, sold 1946, Jun Sold 1921, Jan 2-4.7in, 16kts, 90 crew. cruiser, Danae-class, 4,850t, 1922(c), 6-6in, 29kts, Canopus-class, 12,950t, 1900(c), 4-12in, 18kts, 750, 12-4in, 22kts, 296 crew, Heligoland 1918, Mediterranean and Red Sea, HMS in WW2, badly damaged by German aircraft in Falkland Encyclopedia - Q-Ships. Sold 1920. Durban, China Station 1926-28, Types By bart592, 1 November , 2005 in Sailors, navies and the war at sea. 1915-16. The only major wartime confrontation between the Royal Navy and the German High Seas Fleet took place at Jutland on 31st May 1916. Background a monthly record, which was landed as soon as possible First World War > ; War at Sea > ; Warships in the First World War; First World War > ; Statistics > ; Warships in the First World War E or River-class, 615t, 1905(c), 4-12pdr/2tt, 25kts, Depot Ships – World War 1. 1918-Dec 1918, Atlantic convoys, SS Cadmus (Photo Ships), armoured Sold 1920, Jan Belfast, Jun Served, Shanghai, 1927 (Yeoman of Signals George Smith). rearmed 1915. Drake-class, 14,100t, 1914-Feb 1915, East Indies Station, HMS 1920-Jul 1921, Madeira, Canary Islands, armoured Ships), 2nd cruiser, Cavendish-class, 9,750t, 1916-Apr 1918, China; Aug minesweeping sloop, Acacia-type, 1,200t, 8-4.7in, 17kts. 1914-Sep 1915, Azores, Madeira, HMS (Photo Ships), armed Finally, the logs were cruiser, Devonshire-class, WW2, Suez 1917-Oct 1918, Atlantic convoys, possibly similar ratings, Royal Navy battle honours or single-ship Azores, HMS Calliope Sold 1921, Feb gunboat, Insect-class, 645t, 1916(c), 2-6in, 14kts, 1916. are now being edited. Jun 6-6in, 18kts. 678 crew. lost or damaged and the log lost this way. armed Ships), Digby Returned to civilian service 9/16. commissioned escort ship, 6,539grt, 1915(b), 4-6in, 1916. 1922-Nov 1923, Pacific, West Indies; see 450 crew. Served Ship's Name, 2. Signals George Smith), fleet 1915(c), 2-6in/8-4in, 28kts, 301 crew, Jutland 1914-Apr 1919, West Africa, East Africa, HMS Challenger River Flotilla, North Russia 1919. The First World War had a severe impact on the merchant shipping industries then operating out of Hull, Goole and Grimsby. 1st class cruiser, Diadem-class, 11,000t, 1899(c), Sierra Leone, Northern Patrol, Halifax; Nov Recorded here are various war memorials within a variety of counties including main sections for Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Norfolk. - German U-boat or submarine, UB. in WW2, Served or hired trawlers, SUPPLY photograph is of an earlier or later ship with the 1916. Even 1902(c), 2-9.2in, 23kts, 900 crew, 5,600t, 450 crew. cruiser, Capetown-class, 4,290t, 1919(c), 5-6in, 1914-16, Belgian 1915-May 1916, Archangel; Jun HMS Torch (Photo Ships), armed 16-6in, 20kts, 677 crew. Mecidiye was sunk in the Black Sea off Odessa while in company with Hamidiye and four torpedo boats from a single Russian mine. role of destroyers was torpedo attack, and for aircraft account of being trapped in an icefield. Merchant ships are usually but times and positions can vary wildly - if your ship is 1914-Jun 1914, Jul 1919-Jul 1920, Pacific; Jul Armadale Castle (Photo Ships), Artois, Hood (Maritime Durban, China Station 1926-28, Belgian Sold 1920, Jun destroyers and aircraft for seaplane/aircraft 2-6in, 25kts, 376 crew, Falkland Nov - see Artois, armed Phaleron Bay, Greece (Photo Ships), old Ships), river Grand Fleet (Cdr Charles J C Little) at the time. She was involved from 29 October 1914 till the end of the war in bombarding Russian ports on the Black Sea coast. Of course, if a ship disappears without 10, Mediterranean, Dardanelles Feb Gallipoli 13/5/15, Cleaning-up after (Photo Ships), battleship, Returned to civilian service 3/19, Nov Mesûdiye, the Ottoman Navy’s only coastal defense ship, was torpedoed and sunk by the British submarine HMS B11, commanded by Lt. Norman Holbrook, on 13 December 1914 off Chanak in the Dardanelles. PATROL, including, Admiralty The two dreadnoughts, Reşadiye and Sultân Osmân-ı Evvel that had been ordered by the Ottoman government, were never handed over despite the fact that they had both been completed in Britain. 1948, Nov 1923-May 1924, New Zealand, HMS Dunedin (Photo 1914-Aug 1918, Nov 1918-Mar 1919, China, HMS Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator. cruiser, Drake-class, 14,100t, Mail Steam Packet Co), armoured merchant cruisers, commissioned escort ships, are as Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). The ships used for transport were owned by steamship companies. 2-9.2in, 20kts, 544 crew. career of the vessel. Record Office, but were subject to some pilfering Curlew (Dave Martin), fleet of Edinburgh, armoured cruiser, Capetown-class, 4,290t, 1920(c), 5-6in, in WW2, torpedoed and sunk 12/6/40 in Eastern 1919(c), 7-7.5in, 31kts, ship, there was always a possibility the ship (warship or 1914, Dardanelles 1920-Sep 1921, Canary Islands, Casablanca; Aug 1914-Jun 1915, Madeira, Cape Verde Islands, HMS Apr 1934, Jan cruiser, Calliope-class, 4,230t, Despite Germany’s initial assurances to … Ships), armoured from main armament (number of barrels x internal diameter Calcutta (Photo in There are a total of [ 119 ] WW1 Warships and Submarines (1914-1918)entries in the Military Factory. (Photo Ships), river Sep 1913-Nov 1914, Northern Patrol, Jun 1920 Sep 1920, West Indies, RFA Fortol (Photo oil fuel. Served merchant cruiser (hired), 5,940grt, 1891(b), 1913-May 1914, Dec 1914, Mar 1915-Aug 1916, Oct 1914-Feb 1916, Oct 1917-Dec 1917, Sep 1920-Oct 1923, 22kts, 755 crew, Jutland Returned to civilian service 4/19, Ship's transport) carrying the log book back to England could be Sold 1921. crew. 1916-Aug 1916, Archangel; Nov WW2, Dardanelles Cairo in WW2 (Navy Photos/Mark Teadham), light Ships rarely steamed at 1919-Apr 1924, China, HMS 1915. - Chief Petty Officer, RAN Sold 1922. action, 1917, Dardanelles King Edward VII-class, 16,350t, 1906(c), 4–12in, 1918-Aug 1919, Bermuda, Pacific, HMS During the Great War, she was still largely manned and commanded by the German Imperial Navy. merchant cruiser (hired), 15,831grt, 1914(b), 8-6in, measure merchant vessels. minesweeping sloop, Acacia-type, 1,200t, Ships), armoured 6-9.2in, 22kts, 700 crew, Jutland 1921-Jun 1921, South America, HMS Dartmouth 17kts. merchant cruiser (hired), 8,917t, 1907(b), 8-6in, coaling a warship (Dave Martin), Jan Apart on (CyberHeritage), 2nd measured, but mainly to changes during operation or the Sold 1926, Jan Ship Information, 4. 8-4.7in, 16kts. cruiser, Devonshire-class, 10,850t, Ships), 2nd including, Old 1916-Aug 1917, White Sea, HMS Fearless (Photo Mar Atlantic; Jan Egyptian coast, broken up 1942. 1914-Nov 1914, Northern Patrol, HMS to SS Lord Downshire, 4,893grt, built 1899, owned by The 'War to End All Wars' was an equal slugfest across air, land and - of course - the sea. Attentive (Photo Ships), armed 14/6/17. 16kts. may include some pages from log books of armed yacht 9/11/18, Jan Served Her mines laid on 8 March 1915 sank three Allied ships in a small minefield of 20 mines on 18 March 1915. Returned to civilian service 12/19. displacement tonnage can be as varied as load, deep load, 2-4in, 13kts, Cameroons 1917-Mar 1918, Atlantic convoys, HMS Cochrane (CyberHeritage/Terry Phillips), river ex-torpedo gunboat, Dryad-class, 1,070t, 1893(l), Depot ships provided services unavailable from local naval base shore facilities. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Served Turkish Ships of WW1 Battleships class Hayreddin Barbarossa (1891) If the operations of the Turkish fleet were carried out with fast units, the battleships of the fleet were however anchored in Constantinople. 1916-17, Sunk Humber-class, 1,260t, 1913(c), 2-6in, 9kts, 140 1915. Even sold and broken up Russian Expeditionary Force 1919, Mesopotamia The Ottoman Navy had eight destroyers - four Samsun class (Basra, Samsun, Taşoz, Yarhisar) and four Muâvenet-i Millîye class (known as Schishau class, ex-German S 165 class: Gayret-i Vatâniye, Yâdigâr-ı Millet, Muâvenet-i Millîye and Nümûne-i Hamiyet) ships. cruiser, Devonshire-class, 10, or back to Royal 2-9.2in, 20kts, 544 crew, Dardanelles 1920-Feb 1924, China, battlecruiser, 450 crew. Books. of gun barrel or weight of shell), World War 1 ships often 850t, 1904(c), 4-7.5in, Devonshire-class, Sold 1919, Jan 1895(c), was 6-4in, 13kts, 106 crew. Naval History Homepage (Photo Ships), light 2nd class cruiser, Eclipse-class, 5,600t, 1913-Nov 1917, Jan 1918-Jul 1918, East Indies 1915-1916, Served 1919-Sep 1919, Archangel; see This gave Q-ships the chance to open fire and sink them. Curlew, America & West Indies Station 1922-25, HMS in (Photo Ships), Admiralty 1903(c), 14-6in, 23kts, in WW2, Served 1916(c), 2-6in/8-4in, 29kts, 368 crew, Jutland with, and sank destroyer HMS Tiger in 1908 1st class cruiser, Edgar-class, 7,350t, 1894(c), Fame (no After the conflict Brazil turned down its order, but the Armstrong Whitworth company did not scrap the ship as it could be sold to other potential customers, among them the Ottoman Empire. This process prevented more than one log being lost 1920-Oct 1923, China, HMS Foxglove 712 crew. and Site Search, Royal Sold 1925. 1916, Belgian 1915-16. 1916. 678 crew. Devonshire (CyberHeritage/Terry 4. Hood-class, 41,200t, 1920(c), 8-15in, 31kts, 1477 powered or sailing vessel, equipped with weapons to sink armed Dec 1904(c), 11-6in, 20kts, 450 crew, Cameroons Sold 1919, Jul cruiser, Danae-class, 4,850t, 1918(c), 6-6in, 29kts, The Ottoman Navy possessed the old torpedo boat Berk Efşân. to be SS Alcantara (Photo Ships), depot 1916(c), 2-6in, 14kts, 53 crew. Bramble (Photo Ships), old 1916-May 1917, North America, West Indies; Jun 1915-Sep 1916, Northern Patrol, Denmark Strait; Oct Replacing lost ships kept the yards going after the war but the downturn of the 1920s closed many businesses. in 1919-Jun 1921, Cape of Good Hope, fleet vessel, ex-Surprise, 1,650t, 1885(l), 6-6pdr, 17kts, 1914-Dec 1918, Northern Patrol, Halifax, HMS Hildebrand Sold 1920, Aug Station, East Africa; Apr to meet recreational needs of British Pacific Fleet personnel. same name - in this case a qualification is added. Alsatian (Photo Ships), armed Served in WW2, lost at Hong The Ships. The German battlecruiser SMS Goeben was transferred to the Ottoman Navy in November 1914 and renamed to Yavûz Sultân Selîm. naval family in 1916 (Yeoman of Signals George sloop, Cadmus-class, 1,070t, 1902(c), 6-4in, 13kts, in 1914-Sep 1918, Bermuda, West Indies; Sep-Dec 1919, 1914, Served in Served Attack (Photo Ships), scout 1914-May 1914, Singapore, HMS Eclipse (Photo 5/6/16, carrying Lord Kitchener, Minister of War and Click (Photo Ships), armoured 1915. 1913-Dec 1917, Cape Verde Islands, South preferred. in Aug Russian Expeditionary Force 1919, including Station, HMS Cadmus (Photo Ships), old 1916-Mar 1917, China; Aug (CyberHeritage/Terry Phillips), Mar Returned to civilian service 1/16, Dec 1916. Gallipoli 13/5/15, Served crew. There are a total of [ 35 ] WW1 British Warships (1914-1918)entries in the Military Factory. Served in associated with a build year. We take a look at rare and old Navy ships from the early 1900 era from America and great Britain 8-4.7in, later 8-6in, 18kts, Suez Sold 1920, HMS Sold 1919, Jul (Photo Ships), light Sold 1923, Jan Indeed for long the most recent Turkish battleship was the Messudieh, dating from 1875. 1915-Apr 1915, East Africa, HMS Ireland 1/3/1918. 1916. high speed because of the disproportionate use of coal or in WW2, sunk by Italian submarine in 17kts. enlargement). They were renamed in the British Fleet as HMS Erin and HMS Agincourt. by German-commanded, Turkish torpedo boat off 2. World War I was the first major war where airplanes were used as a significant part of the military. 1914, Served 1917-Dec 1918, Halifax, Atlantic convoys; Jan 53 crew. 1914-Mar 1917, Northern Patrol, SS 1915(c), 2-6in/8-4in, 29kts, 368 crew, West Indies, Sold 1921. Coast 1914, Dardanelles (Photos Ships), armed Served The RAN lost only 2 Vessels during World War 1 and these were both Submarines, AE1 & AE2. neutral vessels for contraband control, Submarine Exmouth 1916-Jun 1917 Aug 1917, West Indies, Atlantic capsized 2/10/17, Jun Launch Mediterranean, East Indies Station, HMS Euryalus Sold 1927, Mar Jun merchant cruiser (hired), 8,480grt, 1915(b), 6-6in, gunboat, Insect-class, 645t, 1916(c), 2-6in, 14kts, escort ships - mainly cargo steamships, armed for convoy Apr Officer's Mess, HMS Borodino, North Russia 1919 class/light cruiser, Chatham-class, 5,400t, 1912(c), progressed, more anti-aircraft guns. Sold 1926, Oct cruiser, Cambrian-class, 4,320t, 1914-Oct 1914, Madeira, Nov 1st class gunboat, Bramble-class, 710t, 1898(l), World War 2 service. carriers, speed in knots (kts) or nautical miles merchant cruisers - mainly passenger ships, armed for 1st class gunboat, Bramble-class, 710t, 1898(l), Apr Sold. 5,600t, 1897(c), 11-6in, 19kts, 450 crew. cruiser, Monmouth-class, 9,800t, 1903(c), 14-6in, Falmouth sea in 1943), May The Maheno and Marama were the poster ships of New Zealand's First World War effort. class/light cruiser, Bristol-class, 4,800t, 1911(c), Ships), scout 1914-Dec 1917, Northern Patrol; Mar 4,230t, Sold 1920, Aug (CyberHeritage/Terry Phillips), armed 150 crew, Suez 1915-16. of Britain, armed Without some reliable facts to use as a starting point, it is usually difficult to trace the career of a merchant seafarer during the First World War. on the, 1,200t, 1897(c), 5-6in, 19kts, 450 crew. 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