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In 1936, the Royal Navy ordered sixteen large Tribal class destroyers to compete with the similarly sized vessels being built for Japan, Germany and Italy.
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 Destroyer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Destroyers were involved in the skirmishes that prompted the Battle of Heligoland Bight, and filled a range of roles in the Battle of Gallipoli, acting as troops transports and fire support vessels, as well as their fleet-screening role.
By this time the destroyers had become large multi-purpose vessels, expensive targets in their own right rather than expendable vessels for the protection of others, also they were one of the most sunk kinds of ships even though they were mass produced.
The destroyers (as well as frigates) are, as always, the workhorses of the fleet, the former optimised for air defence and the latter for surface and subsurface warfare.
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 HMS Tartar Association   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Financial considerations dictated that the new class be built with transverse framing and the suggestion that longitudinal framing be used was rejected since it was too expensive.
Overall length of the new class would be 377 feet; a beam of 36.5 feet and a draught of 9 feet with a standard displacement of 1854 tons.
After the Tribals entered service, it was found that many cracks were developing in the hull and its reinforcing structure as a result of running at high speed in rough seas.
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 HMS Zulu
The first HMS Zulu was an F-Class destroyer launched September 16, 1909 at Hawthorn Leslie Shipyard and commissioned in March, 1910.
The second HMS Zulu was a Tribal-class destroyer.
Her keel was laid down on August 10, 1936.
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 World War II Online HQ
By 1936 the big French, Japanese and Italian ships were so obviously superior to the standard British destroyer that there was increasing pressure both inside and outside the Royal Navy to build a larger and better armed destroyer.
The next class of destroyers were a repeat of the 'J' Class, The eight 'K' Class, of which the Kelly would in due course become the most famous.
Destroyers saw much patrol work in the early months of the war, however their first taste of real action was in the Norwegian campaign in the spring of 1940, when the Home Fleet covered first the Anglo-French force's landing, and then its withdrawal.
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 Thomo's Hole - Naval Wargames - Battle of Matapan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Tribal class were a large fleet destroyer and were completed between 1938 and 1939.
The Ilex was an I Class Fleet destroyer.
The Hasty was a G/H class inter-war fleet destroyer.
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 Malta Marine Foundation
In 1934 the British Admiralty evaluated the possible threats posed by Japanese and Italian destroyers much bigger in size that the one used in the British Navy.
It was thus decided to launch a new generation of destroyers larger and more powerful in order to provide a steady platform for the extra guns required for adequate defence against the ships of those foreign navies.
She joined HMS Cossack’s division in January 1939, and was the last Tribal to go to war in the Mediterranean.
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 Tribal class destroyer (1936) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Tribal class, or Afridi class, were a class of destroyers built for the Royal Navy, Royal Canadian Navy and Royal Australian Navy that saw service in World War II.
The Tribals were so much larger and sufficiently different than the rest of the British destroyers in service that some consideration was given to resurrecting the classification of corvette and applying it to them.
In September, the final 2 Tribals lost in the Battle of the Mediterranean were sunk; Sikh and Zulu during a disastrous raid on Tobruk.
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 uboat.net - Allied Warships - Tribal class Destroyers
The Tribal class destroyers trace their roots to 1934 when the British Admiralty evaluated the threat posed by much larger destroyers being built in Japan, Italy and even Germany than the Royal Navy had.
The first 7 Tribals were ordered on 10 March, 1936 with the latter group of 9 Tribals being ordered on 9 June.
The original Tribals were a batch of twelve ships built for the Royal Navy in 1905 - 1908 and were the forerunners of the Modern Class of Royal Navy destroyers.
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 Williams: Mercy
Sympathetic to all concerns to safeguard habitats or ecosystems and endangered species for their own sake without utilitarian cost-benefit calculations, one may hope that a comparably disinterested and at the same time non-elitist appeal to the attribute of mercy, potential or practiced, can also commend itself to persons in all walks of life and conditions.
In contrast, in feudal society the class distances were such that a higher-class person could express condescending Erbarmen for a human being in a class beneath, no doubt much less frequently toward animals.
The significance of an inquiry into the accumulation of biological and especially socio-psychological, philological, and religious evidence of the concept and attribute of mercy is that it developed gradually to the point where the word itself has been largely displaced in modern vocabularies.
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The suspects might be linked to separatist militants in the Deep South, and the arrests corresponded with earlier reports that militants were recruiting members of foreign terrorist networks to engineer large-scale attacks in southernmost strip, Sathirapan said.
The Sweden 42 class yacht, Caliso, 13.25 meters in length with six people on board, five British and one Swedish and skippered by Mark Matthews had informed the World Cruising Club that they had a four inch crack in the keel box and that they were taking on water.
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The USS Constitution was form a class of (6) Frigates 3 of 44 guns (United States, Constitution and President) and 3 of 38 guns (Constellation, Congress and Chesapeake) These ships were considered Super Frigates becuase they tened to how perform their adversaries.
He commanded a RAN Tribal class destroyer, HMAS Warramunga and then the flagship, HMAS Australia, where in the Leyte Gulf campaign the ship was attacked by kamikazis and he was killed on the bridge.
Destroyers were named after people, and aricraft carriers were named after battles.
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She was the first Tribal Class destroyer to be built in Canada - a sister ship to Iroquois, Haida and Huron, which had all been built in the United Kingdom.
Just a'stern of the mounting, the two elevating arcs of "A" gun were stripped of their teeth like a cob of corn.
Ever after, if one was to look at her from straight ahead, a difference could be seen down the port side.
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 Amazon.ca: British Destroyers & Frigates: The Second World War and After: Books: Norman Friedman,A. D., III Baker,Alan ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Full technical details, with much new information and insight; many plans and photographs Since the Second World War the old categories of destroyer and frigate have tended to merge, a process that this book traces back to the radically different 'Tribal' class destroyers of 1936.
It deals with the development of all the modern destroyer classes that fought the war, looks at the emergency programmes that produced vast numbers of trade protection vessels - sloops, corvettes and frigates - then analyses the pressures that shaped the post-war fleet, and continued to dominate design down to recent years.
Not content to merely describe the many classes in full technical detail, he uses previously unpublished material from his research in many archives to draw a new and convincing picture of British naval policy over the previous half-century and more.
www.amazon.ca /British-Destroyers-Frigates-Second-World/dp/1861761376   (410 words)

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 Shipwreck Central - Shipwreck Details
The HMS Maori was built by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co.Ltd and laid down in 1936.
HMS Maori was a Tribal Class British destroyer.
The Italian cruisers were 5,200-ton warships, but they packed more fire power than a British destroyer.
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 Ghost of a flea: Fighting ship pr0n
There is quite a bit of death in the following links so best not to get too gung ho about any of it (excepting this brutal footage of a Deutschland vs Iowa engagement).
*Minus the Los Angeles class nuclear-propelled fast attack submarine which could put an end of most of the list and then break for tea or whatever it is the Yanks drink in the afternoon.
at August 22, 2006 09:00 PM I see no youtubery for this particular class, but I would nominate the Tribal (1936) class destroyer, of which Cossack was the most famous son.
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 Sikh navy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The HMS Sikh was a Tribal class British Destroyer built in Glasgow.
At the beginning of World War II she was based in Malta.
In 1941 she took part in the chase to hunt down the German battleship Bismark.
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 HMS Zulu
It was towed into port and attached to the stern of HMS Nubian[?], which had been torpedoed, to form a new destroyer named HMS Zubian[?].
Zulu was the only Tribal built with Seacat[?] missiles; her six sister frigates were built with two 40mm Bofor guns and fitted with Seacat during later refits.
two single 4.5-inch guns (fore and aft) taken from scrapped C-class destroyers[?]
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/hm/HMS_Zulu.html   (256 words)

 More Sea Books, More Naval Books
In weight of armament, the WWII cruiser lay between the battleship and the destroyer, and was extremely versatile.
The story of a remarkable Town Class cruiser which became one of the first victims of the German magnetic mine in WWII.
Minor edgewear; corners bumped; o/w a VG or better copy in a VG pictorial d.j., price-clipped, with a front cover illustration of the Queen Mary's arrival in New York harbour on 1 June 1936 after her maiden voyage (from a painting by the author).
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The destroyer is seized by the British in Plymouth on July 3, 1940.
The Reid (DD-369) was a Mahan Class Destroyer: I believe she normally would have been fitted with a SC search radar, later fitted with an SG search radar on or after 44.
During the attack upon Pearl Harbor, Reid fired at the Japanese planes, and her group of destroyers downed one.
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Finally, the World Class officials decided to lock these two in a steel cage at the Cotton Bowl extravaganza in October of 1986, with Fritz Von Erich as the special referee.
Then, World Class put together a loser-leaves-town match between the two, which was won by Abdullah with help from Gary Hart.
I started classes at Modesto JC, but after about a year, it was driving me crazy.
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 A - Royal Canadian Navy World War II
Details on the action in which HMCS Haida (Tribal Class Destroyer - G63), HMCS Huron (Tribal Class Destroyer - G24) and HMCS Athabaskan (Tribal Class Destroyer - G07) sunk the German Destroyer T-29 north of Britanny on 26 April 1944 can be found in Chapter 39 of the book "The Canadian Naval Chronicle 1939-1945".
Details on the action in which HMCS Haida (Tribal Class Destroyer - G63) and HMCS Huron (Tribal Class Destroyer), and sunk the German Destroyer Z-32 in the English Channel on 9 June 1944 can be found in Chapter 42 of the book "The Canadian Naval Chronicle 1939-1945".
Details on the action in which HMCS Haida (Tribal Class Destroyer - G63) and HMS Eskimo (Tribal Class Destroyer) sank U-971 of the Biscay coast on 24 June 1944 can be found in Chapter 44 of the book "The Canadian Naval Chronicle 1939-1945".
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 British, RN Destroyers, Escort Destroyers, ex-US Flushdeckers in WW2
HMS Westcott, "V" and "W" class destroyer of Great War vintage.
With destroyer 'Malcolm' landing troops at Algiers during Operation 'Torch', the Allied invasion of French North Africa (French North African Campaign)
Leaving Harwich with a destroyer force, she is badly damaged with the loss of 30 men.
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The kit is complete with all etched brass detail, from davits and funnel caps to rails and ladders..and can be built into any early war tribal class..
WEM 1/700 HMS Penelope 1936 Arethusa Class Cruiser.
excludes the new O Class etched brass set, and the new 1/700 Hood and 1/700 Rodney and Nelson sets (the latter 2 not having even arrived yet).
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