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Faire venir le reste de la classe au tableau et donner un feutre à un élève C.

[2] Germany, France, Japan,[43] Italy, Austria, and the United States all began dreadnought programmes; while the Ottoman Empire, Argentina, Russia,[43] Brazil, and Chile commissioned dreadnoughts to be built in British and American yards. As a result, the British lost the Type 42 destroyer HMS Sheffield to fire following an Argentine Exocet missile strike. This treaty limited the number and size of battleships that each major nation could possess, and required Britain to accept parity with the U.S. and to abandon the British alliance with Japan.

Iowa is on display as an educational attraction at the Los Angeles Waterfront in San Pedro, California. By virtue of geography, the Royal Navy was able to use her imposing battleship and battlecruiser fleet to impose a strict and successful naval blockade of Germany and kept Germany's smaller battleship fleet bottled up in the North Sea: only narrow channels led to the Atlantic Ocean and these were guarded by British forces.

[27], The term "battleship" was officially adopted by the Royal Navy in the re-classification of 1892. [84] The Soviets scrapped four large incomplete cruisers in the late 1950s, whilst plans to build a number of new Stalingrad-class battlecruisers were abandoned following the death of Joseph Stalin in 1953.

The last battleship confrontation in history was the Battle of Surigao Strait, on October 25, 1944, in which a numerically and technically superior American battleship group destroyed a lesser Japanese battleship group by gunfire after it had already been devastated by destroyer torpedo attacks. The treaties also inhibited development by imposing upper limits on the weights of ships. Now you must put your boats in the grid : one very little boat is two squares, two little boats (one little boat is three squares), one big boat is two squares, and one very big boat which is 5 squares (montrer au fur et à mesure au tableau).

[2] However, in 1888 a war scare with France and the build-up of the Russian navy gave added impetus to naval construction, and the British Naval Defence Act of 1889 laid down a new fleet including eight new battleships. Jutland was the largest naval battle and the only full-scale clash of dreadnoughts of the war, and it was the last major battle in naval history fought primarily by battleships.[11].

The USS Cole bombing, a suicide waterborne mission on a US Aegis destroyer in Yemen in October 2000, has resulted in an increased awareness of terrorist risks whilst warships are in harbor or near potentially hostile coastlines. Over 90% of munitions delivered by the US Navy in Operation Enduring Freedom were precision-guided munitions.