Victory At Sea: Benson-Class Destroyers
The first examples of the Benson-class were ordered in 1938 as a derivative of the Sims-class with a modified torpedo armament arranged in two banks of five. A new machinery layout was implemented, using four smaller boilers rather than the...
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Victory at Sea - Navigatori-class destroyers
Originally classified as esploratori or scouts, this class was in response to the French contre-torpilleurs (destroyers) of the Jaguar and Guépard-classes. Trials with light displacement and overloaded machinery led to speeds of up to 43.5 knots. However, that could not...
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Victory at Sea: Victory Ships
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Victory at Sea: Victory Ships
From 1943 onward, the Allies perceived a need for faster transport ships. The desperate shipping crisis of the early Battle of the Atlantic had receded somewhat, and emphasis could now be placed on improved quality and speed. The result was...
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Victory at Sea: Liberty Ships
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Victory at Sea: Liberty Ships
The need to replace the merchant tonnage lost to enemy commerce raiding prompted the design of the Liberty-class ships. Simple and easy to build, these rather basic merchantmen were put together in large numbers and very quickly – which was...
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Victory at Sea - Chacal-class destroyers
Also known as the Jaguar-class, Chacal (Jackal)-class destroyers were designed to fulfil a scouting role for fleet battle lines and to attack enemy shipping in the Mediterranean. As a result, they possessed poor endurance, mounted no anti-submarine weapons, and had...
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Victory at Sea - Tribal-class destroyers
Often called the Afridi-class, this destroyer began the tradition of gunnery over torpedoes. However, the class had a frightening lack of anti-aircraft defences, especially against dive-bombers. The Tribal destroyers were the Royal Navy’s most advanced escorts of the time and...
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Victory at Sea - Type 1936A Destroyers
The Type 1936 was a large and very powerful design mounting 5.9-inch guns, based on the general layout of the Type 1934. The intended twin turrets were not available in time, so planned armament was reduced to single mounts in...
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Victory at Sea - Clemson-class destroyers
The Clemson-class was a redesign of the Wickes-class and was the last pre- World War Two class of flush-decker destroyers to be built for the United States. In all, 156 of these destroyers served with the US Navy from after...
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Victory at Sea - Kagero-class Destroyers
Essentially an enlarged Fubuki-class, the Kagerō-class hull design was scaled up to overcome earlier design deficiencies. As a result, the Kagerō-class was the equal of any of its contemporaries in other navies and superior to most. Only the initial lack...
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Victory at Sea Fubuki-class Destroyers
Described as the world’s first “modern” destroyer, twenty-four of the class served in the Imperial Japanese Navy. They were built between 1926 and 1933, and despite being decidedly older than some of their adversaries, they remained formidable opponents until the...
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Victory at Sea Fletcher-class Destroyers
Designed in 1939, some 175 Fletcher-class destroyers were commissioned between 1942 and 1944, more than any other class of destroyer. They performed every task expected of a destroyer, including anti-aircraft, anti-submarine and more traditional surface-based actions. They served almost exclusively...
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Victory at Sea: Cruisers - Admiral Graf Spee & Admiral Scheer
The Deutschland-class of warships were relatively small, by battleship standards, but were well armoured and carried the type of armament traditionally seen only on battleships. This led to them being nicknamed ‘pocket battleships’. Superb commerce raiders, the Admiral Scheer successfully...
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Victory at Sea - Aquila
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Victory at Sea - Aquila
The role of aircraft carriers was undervalued by the Regia Marina, as the navy was expected to operate in the Mediterranean, close to Italian air bases. This attitude was best expressed by Mussolini who said, “Italy itself is an aircraft...
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Victory at Sea - USS Enterprise
Built in a series of three, only the USS Enterprise survived the war, with the USS Yorktown sunk during the Battle of Midway, and the USS Hornet during the Battle of Santa Cruz. The USS Enterprise went on to become...
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Victory at Sea – Shōkako
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Victory at Sea – Shōkako
The two ships of the Shōkaku-class (Shōkaku and Zuikaku) were used with extreme effectiveness in many engagements within the Pacific theatre. Starting at Pearl Harbor, the role of honour includes sinking the British carrier HMS Hermes and aiding in the...
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Victory at Sea: USS Hornet
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Victory at Sea: USS Hornet
USS Hornet was a Yorktown class-carrier serving in the Pacific Theatre during World War Two. She launched the Doolittle Raid (the first air operation to strike the Japanese Archipelago) on 18 April 1942. She later participated in the crucial Battle...
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Victory at Sea - Bearn
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Victory at Sea - Bearn
In 1923 it was decided to convert an incomplete Normandie-class battleship to a carrier. Despite a refit in 1935, she was far too slow for fleet operations in World War Two and was demilitarised in 1942. In 1943 she joined...
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Victory at Sea: HMS Ark Royal
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Victory at Sea: HMS Ark Royal
One of the most famous carriers of the war, the HMS Ark Royal received many battle honours in its service. The first enemy aircraft shot down by the Fleet Air Arm was with one of her Blackburn Skuas, while her...
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Victory at Sea - Graf Zeppelin
Though laid down and launched before the start of the war, the Graf Zeppelin was never completed or commissioned, and it never saw action. Whilst four aircraft carriers of the class had originally been planned, constant in-fighting between the Kriegsmarine...
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Victory at Sea - HMS Eagle
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Victory at Sea - HMS Eagle
An early aircraft carrier of the Royal Navy, HMS Eagle was originally a super-dreadnought of the Chilean Navy (named Almirante Cochrane), laid down in 1913, but was purchased by the Royal Navy for conversion to a carrier in 1918. This...
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Victory at Sea - USS Yorktown
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Victory at Sea - USS Yorktown
The Yorktown-class of aircraft carrier were built in a series of three. Of those, only the USS Enterprise survived the war, with the USS Yorktown sunk during the Battle of Midway, and the USS Hornet during the Battle of Santa...
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Victory at Sea - USS Essex
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Victory at Sea - USS Essex
Built during World War Two, USS Essex was the lead of her class of aircraft carriers. She was commissioned in December 1942 and went on to serve in several campaigns in the Pacific Theatre of operations. For her efforts, she...
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Victory at Sea - Zuikaku
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Victory at Sea - Zuikaku
Zuikaku ( 瑞鶴 “Auspicious Crane”), a Shōkaku-class aircraft carrier, along with her sister ship, were the most successful carriers operated by the Japanese Navy during WW2. The Japanese had learnt many lessons prior to her construction and as such Zuikaku...
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Victory at Sea - Akagi
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Victory at Sea - Akagi
Originally laid down as an Amagi-class battlecruiser, the stipulations of the Washington Treaty resulted in her conversion to an aircraft carrier. As a result, Akagi (赤城, "Red Castle") was one of Japan’s first large aircraft carriers. Akagi and her near-sister...
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Digital Victory At Sea Rules PDF
This is a digital version of the Victory at Sea rulebook in PDF format. The Battle for the Pacific was only the beginning. Victory at Sea is the game of naval combat during the Second World War. Throughout 1939–45, the...
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Victory at Sea - Conti di Cavour
Originally commissioned in 1915, Conte di Cavour and Giulio Cesare (Leonardo da Vinci was destroyed by sabotage during World War One) were rebuilt as first generation fast battleships in a process that left only 40% of the original structure in...
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Victory at Sea: HMS Prince of Wales
Built to defend Britain in the war that was clearly coming, the King George V-class of battleships compromised their main armaments, which were reduced to 14-inch guns, to fulfil treaty obligations. However, by mounting ten of them, the HMS King...
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Victory at Sea: Kirishima
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Victory at Sea: Kirishima
The Kongō-class, dating from 1912, was rebuilt between 1927 and 1931 and was thereafter re-rated as a battleship. Armed with eight 14-inch guns in dual turrets and a secondary battery of sixteen 6-inch guns, the Kongō was further rebuilt in...
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Victory at Sea – Musashi
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Victory at Sea – Musashi
By a large margin, the Yamato and Musashi were the largest battleships ever built and were the product of advancing Japanese technology. They were twice the displacement of most Allied battleships and their 18.1-inch guns could outrange anything in the...
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Victory at Sea: USS Alaska
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Victory at Sea: USS Alaska
The Alaska-class fell midway between a heavy cruiser and a battleship, and the United States Navy considered these vessels large cruisers rather than battlecruisers. They were designed as cruiser-killers, tasked with destroying post-Washington Treaty heavy cruisers. As a result, they...
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