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HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH
The British ship, the lead of the 5 Queen Elizabeth class dreadnought warships, is named after Queen Elizabeth I. Ship with a length of 196 m, a width of 28 m, a draft of 10 m, joined the British Navy in January 1915. During the Gallipoli Campaign in World War I. Queen Elizabeth also took part in the operation on the Çanakkale Strait on March 18, 1915. hits, the cannon was damaged, the cranes smashed and a large hole in the front chimney has been opened. Due to the sinking of 3 ships and the serious injury of 3 ships in the operation, has been whitdrawn. HMS Queen Elizabeth is taken into care after World War I.
HMS Agamemnon was one of two Lord Nelson class pre-dreadnought battleships launched in 1906 and completed in 1908. She was the Royal Navy’s second pre-dreadnought battleship to be built, followed by her sister ship, Lord Nelson. She was 135 m long, 24 m wide, and has a draft of 8.2 m. She was transferred to the Mediterranean Sea with Lord Nelson in early 1915 to participate in the Çanakkale Campaign. She made a number of bombardments against Turkish fortifications and in support of British troops. HMS Agamemnon during the campaign against the Çanakkale Strait on March 18, 1915,12 hits from a battery consisting of four howitzers in the south of Erenköy and caused damage to the deck of the battleship.
On 30 October 1918, the Ottoman Empire signed the Armistice of Mondros on board the ship while she was anchored at Lemnos in the northern Aegean Sea. After the armistice Agamemnon, went to Istanbul in November 1918 and became a part of the British fleet. He returned to England in March 1919. Portsmouth on 1 March 1927 It was scrapped at the shipyard.
HMS Majestic was a Majestic-class pre-dreadnought battleship of the Royal Navy. Commissioned in 1895. she was the largest pre-dreadnought launched at the time.
HMS Majestic, with a length of 128 m, a width of 23 m and a draft of 8.2 m, weighed 16060 tons. she was dispatched to the Mediterranean for service in the Çanakkale Campaign. She participated in bombardments of Turkish forts and supported the Allied landings at Gallipoli. On 27 May 1915, she was torpedoed by the German submarine U-21 under the command of Otto Hersing off Kabatepe sinking with the loss of 49 men.