French RICHELIEU Class Battleships - Available end 2016

The Richelieu and Jean Bart were the last, largest and most elegant battleships ever built for the French navy, serving well into the 1960s. These ships were designed to counter the Italian Littorio class Battleships being built in the mid to late 1930s, and were essentially scaled up versions of the proceeding Dunkerque class Battlecruisers.

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HMS VANGUARD Class Battleships - Available end 2016

HMS Vanguard was a fast battleship built for the British Royal Navy during WW2, she was the fastest, largest and last Battleship built for the Royal Navy, and also the last battleship launched in the world. Begun as one of the 6 ship Lion class, Vanguard's construction was delayed many times during WW2, to make changes from wartime experience and constantly shifting shipyard priorities.

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Japanese KONGO Class Battleships - Available End 2016

The Four Kongo class Battle Cruisers were the last ships designed for Japan in Britain just before the First World War, and the lead ship was the last ship built in Britain for Japan. The last three of the class were built in Japan once Japanese heavy industry was built up enough to build these big ships.

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USS IOWA Class Battleships

The 4 ships of the Iowa class, are considered the most successful and most elegant class of Battleships of all time, they were also the last United States Battleships built. These ships are fast, well-armed, and have very long range. Built during WW2 serving as carrier escorts, and bombardment ships, Missouri became world famous as the Surrender of Japan was signed aboard her decks ending WW2.

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