armored corvette

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  • The s were designed as improved versions of the armored corvette suitable for foreign deployments.
  • The s were designed as improved versions of the armored corvette, suited for foreign deployments.
  • The new armored corvette replaced Kronprinz in the squadron that year.
  • He entered naval service as a midshipman in 1889; his first ship was the armored corvette Kongo.
  • Upon its return in March 1863, it brought back plans and estimates for a small armored corvette as well as river gunboats to be built in France.
  • Independencia was an armored corvette built in England for the Peruvian Navy during the mid-1860s.
  • On 25 October, she was accidentally rammed by the armored corvette in Kiel, but she suffered only light damage.
  • Designed for overseas service, Hansa was classed as an armored corvette and armed with eight 21 cm guns in a central battery.
  • The new armored corvette replaced Kronprinz in the squadron in 1880.
  • The French ironclad Montcalm was a wooden-hulled armored corvette built for the French Navy in the mid-1860s.
  • The French ironclad Armide was a wooden-hulled armored corvette built for the French Navy in the mid-1860s.
  • The French ironclad Atalante was a wooden-hulled armored corvette built for the French Navy in the mid-1860s.
  • The French ironclad Jeanne d'Arc was a wooden-hulled armored corvette built for the French Navy in the late 1860s.
  • Rochambeaus shallow draft meant that she and the armored corvette were ordered to search the mouth of the Jade Estuary on 26 September for Prussian ships, but they found nothing.
  • Originally classified as an armored corvette, General-Admiral was redesignated as a semi-armored frigate on 24 March 1875.
  • After completing her sea trials in June 1900, she was assigned to the II Division of the I Squadron, where she replaced the old armored corvette in the division and the battleship as flagship of the Active Battle Fleet.
  • Originally classified as an armored corvette, Kniaz Pozharsky was redesignated as an armored frigate on 20 November 1866.
  • Recommissioned on 20 October 1873, she sailed for China on 5 January 1874 to relieve the armored corvette as flagship of the China Station.
  • The British Admiralty had been considering armored warships since 1856 and prepared a draft design for an armored corvette in 1857; in early 1859 the Royal Navy started building two iron-hulled armored frigates, and by 1861 had made the decision to move to an all-armored battle fleet.
  • Her construction as an armored corvette with a central battery ironclad design began in 1869, with plans to give her 890 tons of armor and 500 mm (19.7 inches) of armor at the waterline.