Austro - Hungarian 12 in pre-dreadnought Radetzky representing her nation at the British Coronation review of the Fleet held at Spithead, 1911: after a war spent largely as part of a 'fleet in being' to tie down allied resources she was ceded to Italy following an abortive attempt to surrender to US ships on 10 November 1918. She was broken up in 1922.
SMS Erzherzog Ferdinand Max was a pre-dreadnought battleship built by the Austro-Hungarian Navy in The second ship of the Erzherzog Karl class, she was launched on 3 October She was assigned to the III Battleship Division.
15 in 'R' class battleship HMS Revenge at Portland in 1926. Brand new at the time of Jutland 10 years earlier, she fired the last main armament salvos of the engagement the morning after Scheer's overnight escape at a lurking Zeppelin, causing brief hope that battle had been renewed. She served throughout WW2.
Szent István was a Tegetthoff-class dreadnought of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, the only one built in the Hungarian part of Austria-Hungary. The Ganz & Company's Danubius Yard in Hungarian-owned Fiume (Rijeka) was awarded the contract
SMS Viribus Unitis, clase Tegetthoff, los únicos cuatro acorazados dreadnought de la KuK. Creo recordar que ya pusimos sus características esenciales, pero por si acaso no está de más: 20.000 t, 20,4 nudos, un cintura blindada que alcanzaba los 239 mm y armados con doce piezas de 305 mm situadas en cuatro torres triples. Obra de Alex Kircher. Más en www.elgrancapitan.org/foro
SMS Zrínyi was a Radetzky-class pre-dreadnought battleship of the Austro-Hungarian Navy, named for the Zrinski, a noble Croatian family.