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    yarkshiregamer
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    https://yarkshiregamer.blogspot.com/2019/06/the-not-jutland-ship-collection.html

     

    What do you do when you have built and painted all the ships at Jutland ?

     

    Build the ones that weren’t there of course !

     

    A selection of ships from both sides who failed to make the big bash mostly through maintenance or crashing into your mate (in the case of Australia).

     

    The bottom pic shows just how far warships came in less than 10 years from the revolution that was Dreadnought to the Super D Queen Elizabeth. As always lots more pics on’t blog.

     

    Regards Ken 

    The Yarkshire Gamer 

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    fogh
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    Those look great, Ken!

    Completely agree with your approach. You can’t have too many battleships 🙂

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    robert
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    Thanks for sharing.  The historical tidbits on your blog, where very interesting.

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    bobcockayne
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    Nice models I have the WW2 version of QE from GHQ.

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    aztecjaguar
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    All the battleships at Jutland? Both Great Britain and Imperial Germany? Wow – that is a Project – respect.

    I have only one Model and it is unbuilt – a Trumpeter Model of the HMS Malaya from 1942, another of the Queen Elisabeth class of Super Dreadnoughts that fought as the 5th Battle Squadron at Jutland.

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    yarkshiregamer
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    Not all the Battleships, ALL the ships, all 250 of them 😂

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    tuffyears
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    Not a Jutland ship , however my great grand father served and died on HMS Goliath in WW1, here is his service record. i have only partly translated the olde fashion writing. and details of his last ship. He was a Stoker 1st class.

     

    Babbage Service record

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Goliath_(1898)

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    torros
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