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  • None of the other Japanese armored cruisers suffered serious damage or large loss of life.
  • This would give Great Britain the largest armored cruiser force in the world.
  • She was more strongly mounted with guns than any German armored cruiser. Cited from New York Times Current History: The European War, Jun 1915, V. 2, No. 3
  • They encountered a Japanese squadron of four armored cruisers between them and their base shortly after they turned around.
  • After the war, the armored cruisers in the Japanese fleet were rapidly removed from front line service.
  • They were generally considered armed and protected strongly enough to combat an enemy armored cruiser successfully.
  • Thereafter these armored cruisers of the land were to play an increasingly important part along the western front. Cited from A School History of the Great War, by McKinley et al.
  • Japan therefore has fifteen battleships and nine armored cruisers left for making an attack. Cited from Banzai!, by Ferdinand Heinrich Grautoff
  • She is generally considered as the first true armored cruiser.
  • It could soon be seen that the stranger was an armored cruiser, of great power and speed. Cited from Ralph Granger's Fortunes, by William Perry Brown
  • Steel also had an impact on the construction and role of armored cruisers.
  • The new design was completely different from the three previous types of armored cruisers in Imperial Russian service.
  • By the time these ships were entering service, the armored cruiser as it was then known had reached the end of its development.
  • The two big German armored cruisers were leading the way, and two light cruisers were following close. Cited from History of the World War, by Francis A. March and Richard J. Beamish
  • By the time these ships were commissioned, Britain possessed the largest armored cruiser force in the world.
  • These ships were also the last armored cruisers to be designed with sails.
  • Even with all their improvements and apparent performance, opinion on the armored cruiser was mixed.
  • They also meant that the armored cruiser as it had been known was now outmoded.
  • The college tested its proposed armored cruiser against the Invincibles and other ships like them.
  • Her design was influenced by the need to match the armored cruisers which Britain was known to be building at the time.
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