HC Deb 24 May 1911 vol 26 c401W

asked the First Lord of the Admiralty whether any British ships of the "Dreadnought" type, built or building, carry more than ten guns of 10-inches calibre or more in their main armament; whether any foreign vessels of this type carry more than ten such guns; and, if so, which?


The names of the foreign vessels referred to are as follows:—

Argentina "Rivadavia"
Austria-Hungary "Viribus Unitis"
Brazil "Minas Geraes"
"Sao Paulo"
"Rio de Janeiro"
France "Jean Bart"
Germany "Nassau"
Italy "Dante Alighieri"
"Conte di Cavour"
"Leonardo da Vinci"
"Giulio Cesare."
Japan "Satsuma"
Russia "Poltava"
U.S.A. "Arkansas"