Sources and Acknowledgements

The following references have been used in the construction of this website and are referenced here from the various ship history pages. Links to websites are highlighted.

Ref. # Source
1 Naval History and Heritage Command> US Navy site with history and photograph sections
2 Maritime Quest: A website dedicated to the photographic history of ships
3 Royal Australian Navy: Website dedicated to the RAN - see History section
4 Corbett, Sir Julian S.(1923): Official History; Naval Operations
5 Northeast Medals: Commercial site selling medals - this page lists Officers and Men Killed in Action, H.M.S. Indefatigable Jutland Bank, 31st May 1916
6 Trove: National Library of Australia website with online access to books, images, historic newspapers, maps, music, archives etc.
7 Australian War Memorial: The official Australian War Memorial website
8 By courtesy of Wikipidia/Wikipedia Commons
9 By courtesy of Fairfields Shipbuilding and Engineering Company
10 By courtesy of the Imperial War Museum
11 From an old Admiralty Manual - details not known
12 Crown Copyright photo (copyright expired)
13 By courtesy of the US Department of the Navy - Naval Historical Center
14 By courtesy of Steve Woodward
15 Provenance unknown
16 By courtesy of Cassier's Engineering Monthly, New York Volume 44 1913
17 By courtesy of Cassier's Engineering Monthly, New York Volume 44 1913
18 By courtesy of the Transaction of the Institute of Naval Architects
19 By courtesy of the Sydney Morning Herald 14 April 1924
20 By courtesy of Brian Watson
21 By courtesy of the National Archive at Kew - Document No. ADM 1/11817
22 By courtesy of the German Federal Archives
23 By courtesy of British Pathé
24 By courtesy of
25 By courtesy of

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