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Battle of Imbros 20.1.1918

(1332)

Turkey

Yavuz
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SMS Goeben / TR Yavuz Sultan Selim (Moltke class) (1/1250), SMS Moltke (Moltke class)
Midilli


SMS Breslau 1912 / TR Midilli (Magdeburg class) (1/1250), SMS Magdeburg (Magdeburg class)
UC23


SMS UC32 Küstenminenboot 1916 (SMS UC II)
Samsun class
Samsun, Basra

Similar type Vnimatelni (1900), Similar type Sokol (1902) (Sokol class), Durandal 1899 (Durandal class) (1/1250)
S 165 class Großes Torpedoboot 1906
Muavenet, Numune

T151 Comet (Großes Torpedoboot 1906)

Royal Navy

Raglan


Similar type HMS Erebus, Similar type HMS Abercrombie (Roberts class)
M28


HMS M29 (HMS M class Monitor), HMS M class Monitor 2x6' (HMS M class Monitor) (1/600)
Acheron class
Tigress, Lizard

HMS Acheron (Acheron/I class), HMS Acheron (Acheron/I class)
Ark Royal


HMS Ark Royal / Pegasus 1914 (Pegasus class) (1/1250), HMS Ark Royal (Pegasus) 1915-18 (Pegasus class)
Lord Nelson class
Lord Nelson absent, Agamemnon nearby, but too slow to involve

HMS Lord Nelson (Lord Nelson class) (1/1250), HMS Agamemnon 1908 (Lord Nelson class)
E12
inoperative

Similar style HMS C class submarine, Group 2 (HMS C class submarine)
Manxman
seaplane carrier, arrived too late


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References

References
(1332) Lemnos island and the three burials of the sailors of the SMS Breslau', in Zisis Fotakis (ed.), The First World War in the Mediterranean and the role of Lemnos, Athens, Herodotus, 2018, pp. 247-263 in http://www.academia.edu/36967315/Lemnos_island_and_the_three_burials_of_the_sailors_of_the_SMS_Breslau_in_Zisis_Fotakis_ed_The_First_World_War_in_the_Mediterranean_and_the_role_of_Lemnos_Athens_Herodotus_2018_pp_247_263?email_work_card=view-paper


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