Queen Elizabeth Class Battleships Class Overview

Name
Builder
Launched
Commissioned
Portsmouth Dockyard
Portsmouth, England

Oct. 16, 1913
Jan. 19, 1915
Fate
Sold Mar. 19, 1948 to Arnott Young and scrapped at Dalmuir, Scotland.
Name
Builder
Launched
Commissioned
Devonport Dockyard
Plymouth, England

Nov. 26, 1913
Mar. 8, 1915
Fate
Sold July 12, 1946 to Metal Industries, but wrecked en route at Mounts Bay,
Cornwall on Apr. 23, 1947.
Resold to R. H. Bennett, Bristol, England and scrapped on site. Later towed to
Marazion and grounded to complete scrapping.
Name
Builder
Launched
Commissioned
John Brown & Co. Ltd.
Clydebank, Scotland

Oct. 31, 1914
Oct. 19, 1915
Fate
Sunk Nov. 25, 1941 by U-331 (torpedo).

Location: Mediterranean Sea 60 miles north of Sollum Libya.
(32.34N - 26.24E)

862 crewmen killed, 449 survivors.
Name
Builder
Launched
Commissioned
Fairfield Shipbuilding Ltd.
Govan, Scotland

Nov. 4, 1914
Feb. 19, 1916
Fate
Sold Mar. 19, 1948 to Arnott Young, stripped at Cairnryan, Scotland and
hull scraped at Troon, Scotland.
Name
Builder
Launched
Commissioned
Armstrong Whitworth & Co. Ltd.
Newcastle-on-Tyne, England

Mar. 18, 1915
Feb. 19, 1916
Fate
Sold February 20, 1948 to Metal Industries and scrapped at Faslane, Scotland.
Name
Builder
Launched
Commissioned
Agincourt
Portsmouth Dockyard*
Portsmouth, England

N/A
N/A
Fate
Ordered in 1913, scheduled to be laid down in Jan. 1915.
Order cancelled Jan. 1915.


Class Notes:
*Some sources indicate Agincourt was due to be built at the Devonport Dockyard.


Page revised Feb. 23, 2007



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