HMS Gloucester

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HMS Gloucester
Years active: 1909 – 1920
Country: United Kingdom
Service: Royal Navy
Branch:
Type: Ship
Specific type: Light cruiser
Full size:
Sources for overview: [1]
Created: 1909. Built by William Beardmore and Company, Dalmuir
Sources for created: [2]
Name1: HMS Gloucester
Name1 Start: 1909
Name1 End: 1920
Reason for change: decommissioned
Sources for name1: [3]
Alternate names:
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Disbanded: 1920. Decommissioned 1920. Scrapped 1921.
Sources for disbanded: [4]
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  1. Wikipedia:HMS Gloucester (1909)
  2. Wikipedia:HMS Gloucester (1909)
  3. Wikipedia:HMS Gloucester (1909)
  4. Wikipedia:HMS Gloucester (1909)