The king george v class battleships were the most modern british battleships in commission during world war ii five ships of this class were built hms king george v 1940 hms prince of wales 1941 hms duke of york 1941 hms howe 1942 and hms anson 1942. The king george v class battleships were a group of four dreadnought battleships built for the royal navy rn in the early 1910s that were sometimes termed super dreadnoughts the sister ships spent most of their careers assigned to the 2nd battle squadron of the home and grand fleets . Ve tarrants history of the king george v class battleships is superb and well worth the time of anyone interested in battleships in general in the naval aspects of wwii or those who enjoy reading first hand accounts from veterans. Hms king george v this is the third in a series of five articles on the battleships built under the provision of the washington and london naval treaty limitations in the 1930s
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