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War at Sea. By: Emily Lindorff, Sarah Gaddis, and Shannon Daly. NavalBattles /Places Fought. North Sea Heligoland Bight (two of them) Dogger Bank Jutland English Channel Atlantic Mediterranean Battle of Imbros Battle of Gallipoli Black Sea Baltic Sea Indian Ocean Battle of Coronel

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War at sea

War at Sea

By: Emily Lindorff, Sarah Gaddis, and Shannon Daly


Navalbattles places fought

NavalBattles/Places Fought

  • North Sea

    • Heligoland Bight (two of them)

    • Dogger Bank

    • Jutland

  • English Channel

  • Atlantic

  • Mediterranean

    • Battle of Imbros

    • Battle of Gallipoli

  • Black Sea

  • Baltic Sea

  • Indian Ocean

    • Battle of Coronel

    • Battle of the Falkland Islands

    • Battle of Mas a Tierra


Naval technology

Naval Technology

(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wx9FgEAZEsQ)


War at sea

Battlecruiser

Battleship

  • was a fast and hard-hitting ship that added to battle ship fleet.

  • It showed a nation’s naval power. It is very large and can carry many weapons.


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Cruisers

Dreadnought

  • Fast warship that has a medium tonnage, but is less armored and contains less firepower than a battleship

  • A battleship that contains heavy artillery


War at sea

Submarines

Torpedo Boats

  • watercraft that operates below the water

  • A very small and fast ship that is able to carry torpedoes


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Town cruisers

Anti-Sub Weapons

  • light ships used for patrolling the seas

  • Royal Navy and Royal Australian Navy


Ships lost during wwi

Ships Lost During WWI

  • Blue= Allied Powers

  • Pink= Central Powers


Technological advances

Technological Advances

  • Sonar

    • To detect submarine/oncoming weapons

    • Mainly England

  • Turbine

    • Engine to make the boats move faster

    • Higher performance and less room taken up

  • Radio

    • Communication

  • Aviation

    • primarily focused on reconnaissance

  • Naval Mines

    • Defense mines made it difficult for capital ships to get close enough to attack


The end

The End!

(Spoiler: Great Britain won!)


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