HMS Agamemnon

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Battleship histories. Royal naval battleship HMS Agamemnon. Battleship website dedicated to the history of HMS Agamemnon from its launch to its participation in major wars also notice board for Naval Historians and Naval Enthusiasts as well as Descendants of ex-crew of  HMS Agamemnon.

HMS AGAMEMNON 23RD JUNE 1906 SOLD FOR B/U 24 JANUARY 1927
 

Launched on the 4th of September 1906,  She took part in the Bombardment of the Turkish positions during the Dardanelle's Campaign along with her Sister ship HMS Lord Nelson. and the Agamemnon had the distinction of being the ship the Turkish delegation signed the armistice on in November 1918.  After the first world war the Agamemnon was used as a remote controlled target ship until 1926. and finally scrapped in 1927.

Displacement 18,100 tons.   Speed  18 knots.   Range 9,180 miles.    Compliment 820.     Armament  Four 12 - inch Guns,  Ten 9.2 - inch Guns

HMS Agamemnon

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HMS Agamemnon, 1915.

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HMS Agamemnon, 1918.

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HMS Agamemnon, March 1918.  Removing 12" guns.

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HMS Agamemnon.  Firing 9.2" guns.

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HMS Agamemnon. Bridge.

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HMS Agamemnon under fire in the Dardanelles.

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Officers of HMS Agamemnon, with Serbian Naval Personnel.

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HMS Agamemnon arriving at Portsmouth

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HMS Agamemnon

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The three photos above are courtesy of John Fowler whose Great Uncle Albert Lewin, served on the Agamemnon between 1914 and 1917.