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Turkish Navy Battleships
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|Osmaniye Class View Class|
|Osmanieh||2nd September 1864||Stricken in 1913 and broken up for scrap.|
|Mahmudieh||13th December 1864||Stricken in 1913 and broken up for scrap.|
Turkish seamen performing a gun drill on board the Mahmoudieh in 1897. The charge has been hoisted into position for loading, and a man stands ready to close the breech. The captain of the gun crew is standing on the right.
8" x 10" photo from naval magazine 1897 available price £20. plus post order ref: V3/91 order magazine photograph here
|Orkanieh||26th June 1865||Stricken in 1913 and broken up for scrap.|
|Abdul Aziz||January 1865||Stricken in 1913 and broken up for scrap.|
|Assari Tevfik Class View Class|
|Assari Tevfik||30th November 1868||She took part in the Dardanelles operation on 18th January 1913 and was damaged by gun fire and later received more damage from Bulgarian guns and eventually became a wreck on 25th January 1913.|
|Assari Shevket Class View Class|
|Assari Shevket||1868||Originally an Egyptian ship called Kahira she was taken over by Turkey. Stricken in 1910 and broken up for scrap.|
|Nijimi Sevket||1868||Originally an Egyptian ship called Musafer she was taken over by Turkey. She served in the first world war and then became a depot ship before being broken up for scrap in 1929.|
|Avni Illah Class|
|Avni Illah||21st April 1869||Refitted in 1903-07. Sunk by Italian cruisers Giuseppe Garibaldi and Varese on 24th February 1912.|
Avni Illah, c.1890.
A large image size 10" x 7" approx, is available. Reproduced from the original negative / photo under license from MPL, the copyright holder. A signed numbered certificate is supplied. Price £25. Order photograph here Order Code XMP5891
|Muin-I-Zaffer||June 1869||She became a training ship from 1913 until stricken in 1929 and broken up for scrap.|
A large image size 10" x 7" approx, is available. Reproduced from the original negative / photo under license from MPL, the copyright holder. A signed numbered certificate is supplied. Price £25. Order photograph here Order Code XMP5892
|Idjalieh||1878||She served as a training ship in 1900 and became an accommodation ship during 1914-1918. Broken up for scrap in 1922.|
|Fethi Bulend Class|
|Fethi Bulend||1870||Sunk on 31st October 1912 by a Greek torpedo ship at Salonika with the loss of 14 crew.|
|Mukaddami Khair||28th October 1872||She was the first ironclad built in Turkey. Stricken in 1910 and broken up for scrap.|
|Messudieh||28th October 1874||She served as a stationary guardship near Chanak in the Dardanelles at the start of the war. Sunk on 13th December 1914 by the British submarine B11.|
|Hamidieh||January 1885||Originally called Nusretiye she was renamed in 1881. Stricken in 1910 and broken up for scrap.|
|Resadiye||3rd August 1913||Taken back by the British on 1st August 1914 and renamed HMS Erin. The rest of this class were never completed.|
|Yavuz Sultan Selim (Goeben)||Originally a German ship named Goeben. Renamed Yavuz in 1936 and was refitted in 1938 and 1941. Broken up and used for scrap in 1971.|
The Yavuz Sultan Selim (formerly the German ship Goeben)
|Kurk√ľrsk Friedrich Wilhelm||Renamed Heireddin Barbarossa after being bought|
|Feth Ul Islam Gunboat||1864||Four sister ships were scrapped before 1900. Stricken in 1910 and broken up for scrap.|
Hifzi Rahman, 1869.
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Hamidieh - Messoudieh - Osmanieh Class - Assari Tevfik Class - Assari Shevket Class
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