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South Dakota-class Battleship

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Hull test model for South Dakota-class battleships at the Experimental Model Basin, Washington Navy Yard, Washington, DC, United States, 1938Diagram of a main battery 16-inch gun turret for the South Dakota-class of US battleships
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South Dakota-class Battleship Photo Gallery
Hull test model for South Dakota-class battleships at the Experimental Model Basin, Washington Navy Yard, Washington, DC, United States, 1938Diagram of a main battery 16-inch gun turret for the South Dakota-class of US battleships
See all 157 photographs of South Dakota-class Battleship


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