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Marcilio Dias-class destroyer

The Marcilio Dias -class destroyers were three destroyers of the Brazilian Navy that served during World War II. They were based on the United States Navys Mahan class. The Marcilio Dias class were the first warships to be constructed in Brazil o ...

Type 1936A destroyer

The Type 1936A destroyers, also known as the Z23 class, were a group of fifteen destroyers built for the Nazi Germanys Kriegsmarine from 1938 to 1943. They were known to the Allies as the Narvik class. In common with other German destroyers launc ...

Type 1936B destroyer

The Type 1936B destroyers were a group of five destroyers built for Nazi Germanys Kriegsmarine between 1941 and 1942, of which only three were completed and saw service. Eight ships to this design were ordered, but the orders for three ships were ...

Italian World War II destroyers

At the start of World War II, Italian destroyers were a mix of warships dating from old, World War I designs up to some of the most modern of their type in the world. They also varied in size from enlarged torpedo-boats to esploratori. During the ...

Rosolino Pilo-class destroyer

The Rosolino Pilo class was a class of eight destroyers of the Italian Regia Marina constructed before and during the First World War. Like other obsolete Italian destroyers, they were reclassified as torpedo boats in 1929, and seven ships served ...

Akatsuki-class destroyer (1931)

The Akatsuki -class destroyer was a class of four destroyers of the Imperial Japanese Navy. According to most sources, they are regarded as a sub-class of the Fubuki class, partly because the Imperial Japanese Navy itself kept the improvements ma ...

Asashio-class destroyer

The Asashio -class destroyers were a class of ten destroyers of the Imperial Japanese Navy in service before and during World War II. The overall layout of the class proved successful in service and created a powerful ship that served as the basi ...

Fubuki-class destroyer

The Fubuki -class destroyers were a class of twenty-four destroyers of the Imperial Japanese Navy. The Fubuki class has been described as the worlds first modern destroyer. The Fubuki class set a new standard not only for Japanese vessels, but fo ...

Hatsuharu-class destroyer

The Hatsuharu -class destroyers were a class of Imperial Japanese Navy destroyers in the service before and during World War II. The final two vessels in the class, completed after modifications to the design, are sometimes considered a separate ...

Kamikaze-class destroyer (1922)

The Kamikaze -class destroyers were a class of nine destroyers of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Some authors consider the Nokaze, Kamikaze and Mutsuki classes to be extensions of the Minekaze -class destroyers, and the Kamikaze class is sometimes r ...

Minekaze-class destroyer

The Minekaze class was a class of fifteen 1st-class destroyers of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Obsolete by the beginning of the Pacific War, the Minekaze -class ships were relegated to mostly secondary roles, serving throughout the war as patrol v ...

Momi-class destroyer

The Momi -class destroyers were a class of twenty-one second-class destroyers of the Imperial Japanese Navy. All were named for plants. Obsolete by the beginning of the Pacific War, the Momi s were relegated to mostly secondary roles, with some v ...

Mutsuki-class destroyer

The Mutsuki -class destroyers were a class of twelve destroyers of the Imperial Japanese Navy. All were given traditional poetic names of the months of the year by the Lunar calendar or phases of the moon. Some authors consider the Kamikaze and M ...

Shiratsuyu-class destroyer

The Shiratsuyu -class destroyers were a class of ten destroyers of the Imperial Japanese Navy in service before and during World War II.

Wakatake-class destroyer

The medium-sized Wakatake -class destroyers were a follow-on to the Momi class as part of the Imperial Japanese Navys 8-6 Fleet Program from fiscal 1921 as a lower cost accompaniment to the larger Minekaze -class destroyers. The class was origina ...

Admiralen-class destroyer

The Admiralen class were eight destroyers built for the Royal Netherlands Navy between 1926 and 1931. All ships fought in World War II and were scuttled or sunk.

Gerard Callenburgh-class destroyer

The Gerard Callenburgh class were a group of four destroyers ordered for the Royal Netherlands Navy just before World War II. Two ships were completed - Gerard Callenburgh by the Germans after being captured and Isaac Sweers in Britain after bein ...

Grom-class destroyer (1939)

The improved Grom -class destroyers of 1939 were the third and fourth planned ships of the Grom class of destroyers ordered for the Polish Navy shortly before World War II. They were to be built in Poland, the first destroyers so constructed, and ...

Soviet World War II destroyers

There were fourteen different classes of destroyers that were used by the Soviet Navy in World War II: Tashkent class Destroyer Orfey class Destroyer Opytny class Destroyer Yakov Sverdlov class Destroyer Ognevoy class Destroyer Fidonisy class Des ...

Leningrad-class destroyer

The Leningrad -class destroyer leaders were built for the Soviet Navy in the late 1930s. They were inspired by the contre-torpilleurs built for the French Navy. They were ordered in two groups of three ships each; the first group was designated P ...

Ognevoy-class destroyer

The Ognevoy -class destroyers were a series of destroyers built for the Soviet Navy during and immediately after World War II. The Soviet designation was Project 30 and Project 30K. The Type 7 destroyers proved to have a less than adequate seawor ...

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