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The only major German capital ship to survive WWII; the wreck is now a destination for divers off Kwajalein in the Pacific.
When commissioned in 1940, the Bismarck was the largest and most powerful battleship in the world.
The sistership to the battleship Bismarck, the Tirpitz is still the largest warship ever constructed in Germany.
The first US battleship designed since WWI, the North Carolina provided a template for US WWII battleships.
The sistership to the battleship North Carolina, the Washington seriously damaged the Japanese battleship Kirishima in a rare battleship vs. battleship engagement in WWII.
The Battleship Iowa, BB-61, was the culmination of US battleship design just before battleships were eclipsed by the aircraft carrier.
An Iowa class battleship, the New Jersey now resides as a museum ship in Camden, New Jersey.
The Missouri hosted the Japanese delegation that signed the surrender documents ending WWII; she now serves as a museum ship at Pearl Harbor.
The final completed Iowa class battleship, the Wisconsin serves as a museum ship in Norfolk, Virginia.
The Leviathan, originally named the Vaterland, was the culmination of German ocean liner development before WWI and the largest ship in the world when completed.