By Peter Smith
This is often the tale of the Royal military battle-cruiser H.M.S. Renown, a recognized send with an extended and exclusive operational profession. initially equipped for the 1st international conflict she hence served within the post-war fleet and took royalty all over the world. Modernized simply in time for international conflict , she re-joined the fleet in September, 1939 and for the 1st years of the battle her velocity and heavy gun armament made her the most very important ships of the fleet. She escorted the well-known service Ark Royal for many of her illustrious profession as flagship of strength H within the Mediterranean and participated in lots of stirring battles and convoy activities.
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To the sailors too this was a period of frustration, although up to 1916 there was little outcome on either side of the North Sea. Again only the battle-cruisers saw brief action, in 1915 at the Battle of the Dogger Bank, which Beatty dubbed a battle of lost opportunities. A raid by the German battle-cruisers was intercepted by Beatty and a long stern chase followed with every prospect of the annihilation of a greater part of the German force. Unfortunately at a critical time Beatty’s flagship Lion received a hit, which forced her to drop out of line.
Renown was fitted in this manner early in 1918, with flying-off platforms built atop both B and Y turret. When at sea in company the two battle-cruisers could therefore carry between them two reconnaissance aircraft and two fighter planes. Some experimentation still remained however before these could be termed fully effective, as Admiral Brooke again recalls: Among other interesting episodes during the early days were our experiments in flying off aircraft. We constructed a fly path from A turret to the stem down which an aircraft was to be flown off as we steamed into the wind.
This Jellicoe was happy to do; the Third Sea Lord also added his support to the project and, in the end, Churchill gave way and the Cabinet approval was given and on the 24th a model was made and inspected by Lord Fisher. On 21 December the dimensions for the new ships were decided but Lord Fisher asked for some modifications and these were duly incorporated. On 28 December, such was the pace at which the old Admiral worked, the DNC was informed that this model was approved and that the design should be started at once.