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Osmanieh Battleship of the Ottoman Empire launched 2nd September 1864 was built in Britain on the Clyde, the ship was laid up in 1904 to be rearmed with German 210mm Krupp gun in the forward barbette and a 150mm Krupp gun in the aft. The ship was stricken in 1913 and eventually broken up after the war. Asimilar fate for her three sister ships Azzizieh, Mahmoudieh and Orkanieh.
Osmanieh 2nd September 1864 Stricken in 1913 and broken up for scrap.
Mahmudieh 13th December 1864 Stricken in 1913 and broken up for scrap.
Orkanieh 26th June 1865 Stricken in 1913 and broken up for scrap.
Abdul Aziz January 1865 Stricken in 1913 and broken up for scrap.
Full page photo 10" x 8" printed 1897 price £20 order code C27
On board the Turkish battleship Osmanieh. The Osmanieh with her three sister ships Azzizieh, Mahmoudieh and Orkanieh were built on the Clyde or Thames during the 1860s and displaced 6,400 tons. The photograph shows the Osmanieh with captain Faik Bey standing by the companion, with the second in command further behind, while the men are at their quarters under the orders of the lieutenants working the guns, maintaining the barbette and climbing up the shrouds. Her upper works have been cut down fore and aft, thus making a citadel for the secondary armament, while barbettes were built at either end, each for a 9.4 in Krupp breech-loader.
Turkish seamen performing a gun drill on board the Mahmoudieh in 1897. The charge has been hoisted into position for loading, and a man stands ready to close the breech. The captain of the gun crew is standing on the right.
Assari Tevfik Class
Assar- i- Tevfik was originally and Egyptian ship by was taken over by the Ottoman Empire to serve with the Turkish Navy. She was at one time the flagship of Vice-Admiral Arif Hikmet Pasha. She took part in the Dardanelles operation on 18th January 1913 and was damaged by gun fire and later received more damage from Bulgarian guns and eventually became a wreck on 25th January 1913.
Seamen of the Assar-i-Tevfik at cutlass drill. The Assari-Tevfik was a larger ship than the Shevket class with a displacement of 4,687 tons and was more heavily armed with ten Krupp guns of 9.4 in and 8.2 in. In 1897 she was the flagship of Vice-Admiral Arif Hikmet Pasha, whose brother, Captain Ghalib Bey was naval attaché in England. Physical drills and drills with side arms formed a large part of the practical training on all warships at this time.
Assari Shevket Class
Ottoman Empire battleships Assari Shevket and Nedjimi Shevket were launched in 1868. Only Nedjimi Shevket saw service during the first world war, Assari was broken up in 1910, and afterwards served as a depot ship before being broken up after 1929.
The photograph shows crew on board the Turkish ship Nedjim i Shevket. The ship was a central battery ship of 2,080 tons with one 9 in gun and four 7 in guns (Armstrong's) as well as smaller, lighter guns. The picture shows the stern of the ship as the men are being exercised with the commander standing in the foreground. A bugler has blown the 'still' at which all crew cease work and stand ready for the next command.
Turkish battleship Messudiyeh of the Ottoman Navy. She was sunk by a British submarine (B11) off the coast of the Dardanelles.
The captain of the Messoudieh in 1897 was Mehemet Bey who served briefly as a Naval attaché in England. The officer on the left was the first lieutenant of the vessel, next are her first engineer and doctor, with other engineers. The officers behind are mostly lieutenants. It was said at the time that the engineering branch of the Turkish Navy was probably the weakest part of the navy.
Hamidieh a battleship of the Turkish Navy was launched in January 1885 at Constantinople. Originally called Nusretiye she was renamed in 1881. Hamidieh was scrapped in 1910 before the war started and so never really saw any action.
Abdul Hamid Class
ul Hamid 25th September 1903 Renamed Hamidieh after the revolution in 1908. Torpedoed by a Bulgarian torpedo boat near Varna on 21st November 1912, but managed to limp to Constantinople. Took part in the bombardment at Odessa on 29th October 1914 and became a training ship from 1914-1918. Stricken in 1948 and broken up for scrap.
Abdul Mecid Class
ul Mecid (Medjidieh) 25th July 1903 Renamed Medjidieh in 1903. Mined off Odessa after taking part in the bombardment and sank. Salvaged by the Russians and commissioned as Prut on 29th October. Captured by the Germans at Sevastopol then returned to Turkey on 12th May 1918. Underwent a major refit in 1927. Stricken in 1948 and broken up for scrap.
Berk I Efsan 1892 Sold for scrapping in 1927.
Tayyar 1893 Stricken in 1913.
Samsoun 1907 Discarded in the 1930s.
Muvanet-I-Milet 1909 Discarded in the 1920s.
Adatepe 19th March 1931 Discarded during the 1950s.
Kocatepe 7th February 1931 Discarded during the 1950s.
Kocatepe, May 1937.
Tinaztepe 27th July 1931 Discarded in 1957.
Zafer 20th September 1931 Discarded in 1957.
Demirhisar 1941 Discarded in 1960.
Gayret 15th December 1940 Broken up for scrap in 1946.
Muavenet 24th February 1941 Discarded in 1960.
Sultanhisar 1941 Discarded in 1960.
Ex - US Gleaves Class
Gaziantep (ex - Lansdowne) (D344) Acquired 1950 Discarded 1973
Gaziantep, May 1969.
Gelibolu (ex - Buchanan) (D346) Acquired 29th April 1949 Discarded 1976
Gemlik (ex - Lardner) (D347) Acquired 1950 Stricken 1981
Giresun (ex - McCalla) (D345) Acquired 29th April 1949 Discarded 1973
Ex - British M Class
Alp Arslan (ex - Marne) (D348) Acquired 29th June 1959 Discarded early 1970s
Kilic Ali Pasha (ex - Matchless) (D350) Acquired 29th June 1959 Discarded early 1970s
Maresal Fevzi Cakmak (ex - Meteor) (D349) Acquired 29th June 1959 Discarded early 1970s
Piyale Pasa (ex - Milne) (D351) Acquired 29th June 1959 Discarded early 1970s
Ex - US Fletcher Class
Icel (ex - Preston) (D344) Acquired 15th November 1969 Stricken 1981
Iskenderun (ex - Boyd) (D343) Acquired 1st October 1969 Stricken 1981
Istanbul (ex - Clarence K Bronson) (D340) Acquired 14th January 1967 Stricken 1987
Izmir (ex - Van Valkenburgh) (D341) Acquired 28th February 1967 Stricken 1987
Izmit (ex - Cogswell) (D342) Acquired 1st October 1969 Stricken 1980
Ex - US Allen M Sumner Class
Muavenet (ex - Gwin) (DM357) Acquired 22nd October 1971 Damaged 2nd October 1992, Stricken 1993
Zafer (ex - Hugh Purvis) (D356) Acquired 15th February 1972 Stricken 1993, Broken up 1994
Ex - US Gearing Class
Adatepe (ex - Forrest Royal) (D353) Acquired 27th March 1971 Stricken 1993. Broken up 1994
Turkish Destroyer Adatepe. Closing to fuel from RFA Grey Rover, Mediterranean, May 1986.
One of the Gearing Class Turkish Destroyers, ex - USS Forrest Royal. Acquired from the US Navy 27th March 1971. Stricken 1993 and Broken Up 1994.
Maresal Fevzi Cakmak (ex - Charles H Roan) (D351) Acquired 29th September 1973 Broken up 1995
Gayret (ex - Eversole) (D352) Acquired 11th July 1973 Extant 1995
Kocatepe (ex - Harwood) (D354) Acquired 17th December 1971 Sunk 22nd July 1974
Kocatepe (ex - Norris) (D354) Acquired 7th July 1974 Stricken 1993
Tinaztepe (ex - Keppler) (D355) Acquired 30th June 1972 Laid up 1984
Savastepe (ex - Meredith) ( D347) Acquired 7th December 1979 Extant 1995
Kilic Ali Pasa (ex - Robert H McCard) (D349) Acquired 5th June 1980 Extant 1995
Piyale Pasa (ex - Fiske) ( D350) Acquired 2nd June 1980 Extant 1995
Yucetepe (ex - Orleck) (D345) Acquired 1st October 1982 Extant 1995
Turkish destroyer Yucetepe. Closing to fuel from RFA Grey Rover. Mediterranean, May 1986
Barbaros Class Frigates
Barbaros (F244) 26th October 1994 Still in Service
Oruc Reis (F245) 28th July 1994 Still in Service
F245 Oruc Reis, 16th May 2005.
Oruc Reis, 16th May 2005.
Barbaros Class Frigate, Faslane, Scotland, June 2005
Barbaros Class Frigate, Faslane, Scotland, June 2005
Muavenet Class Frigates
F252 Kocatepe at Malta, 24th June 1996.
F252 Kocatepe at Malta, 20th June 1996.
Turkish Muavanet Class Frigate, F256 Ege at Malta, 12th June 1998.
F256 Ege at Malta, June 1998.
F256 Ege at Malta, June 1998.
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