This postcard features a black and white photograph of the HMS Hood, the ultimate evolution of the battlecruiser concept designed at the end of World War 1- famous for beying destroyed by the Bismarck in World War 2.
This postcard features a color oil-painting of the Japanese battleship Nagato at sea. It carried 8x16" guns and is notable for being sunk by the United States in the Bikini Atoll atomic bomb tests after World War 2.
This postcard features a black and white photograph of a static model of the French ironclad Trident. Constructed in the 1870's, it was a notable improvement over the Gloire and showcases the rapid development in ship design.
This postcard features a black and white photograph of the French pre-dreadnought Danton at sea. The last class of French pre-dreadnoughts, they were obsolete before they were launched due to HMS Dreadnought being launched earlier.