Victory at Sea - Marine Nationale Fleet
At the outbreak of the Second World War, the Marine Nationale of France was a powerful force with modern battleships, which should have been a major asset to the Allied cause. The rapid fall of France in the land war...
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Victory at Sea Regia Marina fleet box
At the time of Italy’s entry into World War Two, she possessed a modern and – on paper at least – highly effective fleet. Four battleships and eight heavy cruisers were available, with three more battleships being fitted out. However,...
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Victory at Sea IJN fleet
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Victory at Sea IJN fleet
For centuries, Japan's policy of seclusion (sakoku) saw it concentrate on coastal defences in order to repel foreign vessels. However, with the advances other maritime nations were making, it eventually became obvious that no longer would Japan be able to...
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Victory at Sea US Navy fleet
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Victory at Sea US Navy fleet
Although the United States of America contains a vast area of land, almost all of its allies and trading partners are overseas, and those interests require a powerful navy to support them. The US Navy possessed some of the largest...
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Victory at Sea Kriegsmarine fleet
The Kriegsmarine had to be virtually rebuilt after the First World War. Forbidden to own capital ships and submarines, Germany nibbled away at first one clause of the Treaty of Versailles, then another, until a powerful navy force existed. At...
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Victory at Sea Royal Navy fleet
The Royal Navy of Great Britain was the world’s greatest navy at the outbreak of the Second World War. However, Britain went to war with mainly First World War-vintage vessels. Since the Royal Navy already possessed many powerful units, construction...
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Battle for the Pacific - Victory at Sea starter game
Victory at Sea is the game of naval combat during the Second World War. Throughout 1939–45, the nations of the world duelled across the oceans across the globe, only to discover the fundamental nature of naval warfare changing in the...
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Victory at Sea: Kriegsmarine Aircraft
With carriers planned but not built, Germany’s airpower was limited to launching from airfields far from open water. As such, they were mainly deployed against ships close to mainland Europe. Despite this, the Luftwaffe dive-bombers proved devastatingly effective against Allied...
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Victory at Sea: Royal Navy Aircraft
The British air raid on the Italian port of Taranto demonstrated to the world the vulnerability of ships against attacks from the air. The planes of the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy proved a scourge to Axis forces...
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Victory at Sea - Bearn
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Victory at Sea - Bearn
In 1923 it was decided to convert an incomplete Normandie-class battleship to a carrier. Despite a refit in 1935, she was far too slow for fleet operations in World War Two and was demilitarised in 1942. In 1943 she joined...
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Victory at Sea: HMS Ark Royal
One of the most famous carriers of the war, the HMS Ark Royal received many battle honours in its service. The first enemy aircraft shot down by the Fleet Air Arm was with one of her Blackburn Skuas, while her...
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Victory at Sea - USS Yorktown
The Yorktown-class of aircraft carrier were built in a series of three. Of those, only the USS Enterprise survived the war, with the USS Yorktown sunk during the Battle of Midway, and the USS Hornet during the Battle of Santa...
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Victory at Sea - USS Essex
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Victory at Sea - USS Essex
Built during World War Two, USS Essex was the lead of her class of aircraft carriers. She was commissioned in December 1942 and went on to serve in several campaigns in the Pacific Theatre of operations. For her efforts, she...
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Victory at Sea - Zuikaku
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Victory at Sea - Zuikaku
Zuikaku ( 瑞鶴 “Auspicious Crane”), a Shōkaku-class aircraft carrier, along with her sister ship, were the most successful carriers operated by the Japanese Navy during WW2. The Japanese had learnt many lessons prior to her construction and as such Zuikaku...
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Victory at Sea - Akagi
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Victory at Sea - Akagi
Originally laid down as an Amagi-class battlecruiser, the stipulations of the Washington Treaty resulted in her conversion to an aircraft carrier. As a result, Akagi (赤城, "Red Castle") was one of Japan’s first large aircraft carriers. Akagi and her near-sister...
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Victory at Sea – Shōkaku
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Victory at Sea – Shōkaku
The two ships of the Shōkaku-class (Shōkaku and Zuikaku) were used with extreme effectiveness in many engagements within the Pacific theatre. Starting at Pearl Harbor, the role of honour includes sinking the British carrier HMS Hermes and aiding in the destruction of the USS...
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Victory at Sea - Graf Zeppelin
Though laid down and launched before the start of the war, the Graf Zeppelin was never completed or commissioned, and it never saw action. Whilst four aircraft carriers of the class had originally been planned, constant in-fighting between the Kriegsmarine...
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Victory at Sea - HMS Eagle
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Victory at Sea - HMS Eagle
An early aircraft carrier of the Royal Navy, HMS Eagle was originally a super-dreadnought of the Chilean Navy (named Almirante Cochrane), laid down in 1913, but was purchased by the Royal Navy for conversion to a carrier in 1918. This...
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Victory at Sea: USS Hornet
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Victory at Sea: USS Hornet
USS Hornet was a Yorktown class-carrier serving in the Pacific Theatre during World War Two. She launched the Doolittle Raid (the first air operation to strike the Japanese Archipelago) on 18 April 1942. She later participated in the crucial Battle...
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Victory at Sea: SM.79 Sparviero flights
A fast three-engine design originally developed as a passenger aircraft, the Sparviero had a distinctive ‘hunchbacked’ appearance. It was highly successful as a bomber and torpedo-bomber, particularly early in the war when it could outrun any Allied fighter it was...
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Victory at Sea: Fiat G.50 flights
The Fiat G.50 Freccia was the first Italian low-wing monoplane fighter with an enclosed cockpit and retractable landing gear to go into production, though Italian pilots felt uncomfortable with the enclosed cockpit itself. Extremely manoeuvrable thanks to its licence built...
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Victory at Sea: Macchi C.202 Folgore flights
The Macchi C.202 Folgore was a development of the earlier C.200 Saetta fighter, with a more powerful German Daimler-Benz engine. It proved superior to the Curtiss P-40 and the Hawker Hurricane and was considered to be a match for the...
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Victory at Sea: Breda Ba.201 dive bomber flights
The first purpose-built dive bomber developed for the Regia Aeronautica, the Ba.201 was a clean low-wing monoplane with an inverted gull wing. Highly praised by test pilots, except for a disappointing maximum speed, development work was expanded to include a...
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Victory at Sea: Reggiane Re.2001 Falco II flights
The Reggiane Re.2001 Falco II served in the Regia Aeronautica throughout World War II. The new Re.2001 Falco II was an improvement of the original Re.2000, which was originally rejected by the Regia Aeronautica because of its poor engine. Despite...
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Victory at Sea Loire-Nieuport LN401/LN411 flights
With its distinctive gull-wing, the LN.401 was often confused by allied pilots for the Ju-87 Stuka, leading to many French pilots becoming the victim of friendly fire – in fact, it was sometimes dubbed the ‘French Stuka’. Designed for hunting...
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Victory at Sea: Dewoitine D.520 flights
With the distinction of having fought on both sides of the war, this aircraft could conceivably fight among the likes of the Bf 109 and Spitfire but mass production did not start until after the war had begun, thus limiting...
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Victory at Sea - Gloster Gladiator Flights
The Gloster Gladiator represented the final generation of biplane fighters before being made obsolete by the appearance of the Hurricane, Spitfire and Bf 109. In 1937, the Fleet Air Arm decided there was a need for single seat fighters and...
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Victory at Sea - FW 190 Flights
Continuing the Bf 109’s legacy, the Fw 190 soon gained the attention of Allied pilots in Europe as it cut a swathe across the sky. A big, radial-engine fighter, the Fw 190 was capable of using brute force to pull...
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Victory at sea - F6F Hellcat Flights
Relatively easy to handle for a well-trained pilot, the Hellcat was built specifically to defeat the Japanese Zero, a role it excelled at. Its nickname of ‘Ace Maker’ was well earned, and the Hellcat went on to become the US...
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Victory at Sea - Aichi D3A1 Val Flights
A naval dive bomber with many similarities to the German Ju 87 Stuka, the Val was armed with two fixed forward machineguns and two rear trainable ones. It carried a crew of two and a light bomb load. Used in...
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