S.M.S. Scharnhorst im Kaiser-Wilhelm-Kanal
armored cruiser Gromoboi, built for commerce raiding against British
shipping far from the seats of empire, seen in Melbourne, Australia,
during April-May 1901. The event was the granting of the Constitution of
Australia, which united the six British colonies on the continent into
one Commonwealth; following this event, Gromoboi stopped off in Japan
before reaching Port Arthur, Russia’s force-leased, ice-free naval base
in southern Manchuria on the Yellow Sea.
Latouche-Tréville was one of four Amiral Charner-class armored cruisers built for the French Navy (Marine Navale) in the 1890s.
HSwMS Fylgia was an armored cruiser of the Swedish Navy. Launched
in 1905, the ship was in service until 1953. The cruiser was primarily
used as a training ship for naval cadets.
Rurik was the last armored cruiser to be built for the Imperial Russian Navy. The ship was designed by the British firm Vickers and built in their shipyard, being laid down in 1905 and completed in 1908.
and the future meeting in the panama canal in 1928. Brand new USS
Saratoga is going from the Atlantic to the Pacific following it’s
shakedown cruise and Jeanne d’Ark is coming back from her final training
cruise, going back to France to be decommissioned.
Prinz Adalbert class was a group of two armored cruisers built for
the German Kaiserliche Marine under the terms of the Second Naval Law.
Two ships of the class were built, Prinz Adalbert and Friedrich Carl,
between 1900 and 1904.