PLEASE FOLLOW OUR E BAY STORE. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. HMS President on the Thames.
1,290 long tons (1,311 t). 250 ft (76.2 m) p/p.
262 ft 3 in (79.93 m) o/a. 11 ft 6 in (3.51 m) mean.
12 ft 6 in (3.81 m) 13 ft 8 in (4.17 m) deep. 4-cylinder triple expansion engine, 2 boilers, 2,500 hp (1,864 kW), 1 screw. (29.6 km/h; 18.4 mph). 1 × 7.5 in (191 mm) howitzer. Or 1 × 200 lb stick-bomb howitzer.
2 × QF 4 inch Mk IV guns. Or BL 4 inch Mk IX guns. 1 or 2 × 12-pounder guns.
The twenty-eight Anchusa -class sloops were built under the Emergency War Programme. As the final part of the larger "Flower class", which were also referred to as the "Cabbage class", or "Herbaceous Borders". They were single screw fleet sweeping vessels (sloops) with triple hulls at the bow. To give extra protection against loss when working. The Anchusa class of corvettes.Or convoy sloops were completed in 1917 and 1918. They were a small class of convoy protection ships built to look like merchant ships for use as Q-ships. Two members of the Anchusa group, HMS Chrysanthemum. In 1922, survived to be moored on the River Thames. For use as Drill Ships by the RNVR. Until 1988, a total of seventy years in RN service.
Built during the First World War. Along with the 1914 Light cruiser. Six ships were ordered on 1 January 1917. And Company, Walker on Tyne, launched 21 April 1917. Sunk by the German submarine U-54.
Off the west coast of Ireland 16 July 1918. Built by Armstrong Whitworth, launched 5 May 1917.
Sunk by the German submarine U-84. In the Atlantic 13 August 1917. Built by Armstrong Whitworth, launched 19 May 1917. Torpedoed by a German submarine 18 November 1917 and stranded near Bougie.
Built by Armstrong Whitworth, launched 2 June 1917. Transferred to Royal Indian Marine in May 1922, and renamed Elphinstone ; wrecked on Nicobar Islands 29 January 1925.
Built by Barclay Curle and Company, Whiteinch. Built by Barclay Curle, launched 22 June 1917. Two more ships were ordered on 15 January 1917. Built by William Simons and Company, Renfrew, launched 1 November 1917.Built by Workman, Clark and Company. Belfast, launched 29 September 1917. Twenty more ships were ordered on 21 February 1917. Built by Armstrong Whitworth, launched 8 September 1917. Sunk by the German submarine UB-65. George's Channel 16 December 1917. Built by Armstrong Whitworth, launched 4 October 1917. Built by Armstrong Whitworth, launched 27 October 1917. Built by Armstrong Whitworth, launched 10 November 1917. Target towing vessel in May 1920. Transferred to Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. 1938, and stationed on the Embankment. In London; broken up 1995. Built by Barclay Curle, launched 15 September 1917.
Built by Barclay Carle, launched 19 October 1917. Sunk by the German submarine UB-105.
Off Cape Spartel 25 April 1918. Built by Barclay Curle, launched 1 December 1917.Built by Barclay Curle, launched 27 December 1917. Built by Barclay Curle, launched 15 March 1918.
Built by Barclay Curle, launched 10 May 1918. Built by Blyth Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, Blyth. Built by Greenock & Grangemouth Dockyard Company, launched 26 December 1917.
Built by Greenock & Grangemouth, launched 17 November 1917. Built by William Hamilton & Company, Port Glasgow, launched 18 March 1918. Built by Irvine's Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, West Hartlepool. Sunk by the German submarine U-70.In the North Sea 5 May 1918. Built by Lobnitz and Company, Renfrew, launched 29 January 1918.
In July 1922, in private hands since 1988. Built by William Simons and Company, Renfrew, launched 12 March 1918. Built by Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Wallsend on Tyne, launched 5 October 1917.Built by Swan Hunter, launched 16 November 1917. Built by Workman, Clark & Company, Belfast, launched 12 April 1918. The item "WWI Royal Navy Disting Srvc Medal Set WORLD WAR HMS HAREBELL L. Hannaford 8724" is in sale since Sunday, June 28, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\WW I (1914-18)\Original Period Items\Great Britain\Other British WWI Orig. The seller is "bigjeffnola" and is located in Madisonville, Louisiana. This item can be shipped worldwide.