By Salah Ed-Din A. Nefeily
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The armament consisted two 6-ton of muzzle-loaders original Carysfort, THE BRITISH BATTLE FLEET. 26 and twelve 64-pounders. This was afterwards varied The ships by the substitution of breechloaders. generally had a speed of about thirteen knots, and were completed between the years 1877, for the earliest, and 1884 for the latest. They had a l|-inch protective deck the engines amidships. These ships, which were " C " class cruiser, were generally officially known as the undoubtedly diminutives of the Shajinon, or, at any rate, for inspired by a Besides similar idea.
75 knots. Coal— 1,200 tons=-7,000 miles at 10 knots. The Victoria was built at Elswick and engined by Humphry s launched in 1887 and completed for sea in The Sanspareil, engined by the same firm, but 1889. built at Blackwall (Thames Ironworks) was launched a year later, but completed about the same time. — ; The design the Conqueror, of these ships closely of which they were approximated to merely enlarged editions with a heavily increased battery. The Victoria on completion became the flagship in In the the Mediterranean of Admiral Sir George Tryon.
Swifter than our existing battle-cruisers, their vitals would be invulnerable and their armaments superior to The}^ would not, in fact, from Admiral Bacon's conception that of any potential enemy. very greatly differ (pubhshed some five years before the present war) of the the future, in which he predicted the battleship disappearance of much of the side armour of to-day. of sr 'J g X m BRITISH AND FRENCH IDEAS. The coming rendered the The medium " of the medium caUbre " 31 quick-firer soon even ridiculous.
Highlights in the Meaning of al-Fatiha by Salah Ed-Din A. Nefeily