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A twisting tale of redesigns and revisions, HMS Hermes barely missed out on being both the first aircraft carrier designed as such and commissioned as such. As it is, the Japanese carrier Hosho narrowly beats her out on commissioning date. Nonetheless, by the time her winding design process was complete, Hermes exhibited all the classic 'aircraft carrier' design features. A full-length flight deck, a starboard side island, the whole nine yards. It's a shame that she was arguably outdated the moment she entered service, though.
HMS Hermes (95) was the world's first purpose designed and built aircraft carrier built for the British Royal Navy. It was contested that the Imperial Japanese Navy Carrier Hosho was the first as this ship was commissioned into service first but it was in fact HMS Hermes to have been designed and laid down first. Trials were ongoing with aircraft carrier conversion projects such as HMS Eagle and HMS Argus which resulted in the delay to HMS Hermes being commissioned but she was eventually to enter service in 1924. HMS Hermes saw service in the Atlantic Fleet, The Mediterranean Fleet, The Eastern Fleet and spent a great deal of her time serving in The China Station. Placed into reserve in 1938. HMS Hermes was recommissioned at the outbreak of World War Two and took part in anti submarine patrols as well as the blockade of Dakar. She eventually came to a tragic end off the coast of Ceylon, modern day Sri Lanka, when she was attacked by the Imperial Japanese Navy and aircraft from the carrier Akagi. CHAPTERS 00:00 Intro 00:36 Background 03:16 Construction 06:52 Inter War Years 10:40 World War Two 15:10 The Sinking - The Northern Historian is now my sole income stream and any contributions using the 'Super Thanks' button are hugely appreciated. - Comments are always welcome and I try to respond to as many as possible. Please keep the comments polite and respectful. I reserve the right to remove any comments that breach these guidelines. - Music Credits Epidemic Sound.com Get a 30 Day FREE Trial of awesome music using this link. 🤍 - The Northern Historian on Social Media Facebook 🤍 Instagram 🤍 - Credits & Attributions 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 #HMSHermes #TheNorthernHistorian #Sinkingofhmshermes
Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 When Argentina invaded a small group of islands in the South Atlantic, British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher ordered that a task force be sent immediately to recapture the Falkland Islands. HMS Hermes, a Centaur Class aircraft carrier, was the flagship of the British Task Force for the duration of Operation Corporate. Embarked was hundreds of personnel as well as an airgroup consisting of Sea Harrier V/STOL fighters, Harrier GR.3 ground attack aircraft and Sea King helicopters. When the Argentines surrendered on 14 June HMS Hermes had played an integral part in the reclaiming of the islands. After her return home from the conflict Hermes entered into a much needed 4-month refit to her propulsion and electrical systems, as well as a thorough cleaning and repainting. When this was completed in November 1982, she embarked stores and performed work-ups exercises. She then took part in NATO exercises in the North Atlantic, and the Mediterranean Sea as a commando carrier. In the autumn of 1983 she took part in her last exercise, Ocean Safari, where she reverted to a strike carrier role, embarking 12 Sea Harriers, 10 RAF Harrier GR.3s and 10 Sea Kings. After this exercise, she called into Devonport for a minor refit and thereafter into maintained reserve in Portsmouth. This video shows rare footage filmed aboard Hermes before and during the Falklands War. The footage has been remastered and environmental sound painstakingly recreated, giving you-the viewer- an excellent glimpse at a warship and her aircraft at war. This is not to be missed. Thank you all for watching. Our brand new Teemill shop is here; 🤍 Our Teespring store is here; 🤍 If you would like to make a donation to help keep the channel running, please use this code | 🤍 Please Like, Share & Subscribe. You can follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can support us at Patreon: 🤍
At least, forgotten in the sense that her shipwreck is shockingly lacking in coverage, considering the shallow depth. First discovered in 1967, local instability would see Hermes slip away from the popular imagination for decades. She would only be rediscovered in 2002, and promptly become a popular local diving spot. Though, in comparison to the Crossroads wrecks, one that doesn't get much in the way of attention.
(23 Nov 1959) Seen here is Britain's latest Carrier, HMS Hermes, and she wears the Red Ensign, for she's not yet a ship of the Royal Navy. With Naval Officers on the bridge is Trails Master, Captain Campbell, soon to hand over to Captain Tibbits RN. Now, the take over at sea, with Captain Tibbits and the builders' representative signing transfer papers. Then, the ceremonial hauling down of the Red Ensign, and the hoisting of the White. This twenty million pound ship is possibly Britain's last Aircraft Carrier. Work on the building of "Hermes" stopped at the end of the war, and for years, she lay at Barrow-in-Furness. HMS Hermes has been "modified" almost out of recognition since she was launched in 1953. Find out more about AP Archive: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
A BBC news report on the return of HMS Hermes from the Falkland Islands (1982) Off air recording made onto Philips Video 2000 format tape, hence dodgy playback (compared to VHS) when copied to DVD after 28 years (in 2010, and now finally uploaded in 2017) - the recorder still played back, even if some tapes have deteriorated a bit.
Title reads: "Hermes Joins Royal Navy". At sea near Isle of Wight. Aerial shot Aircraft Carrier HMS Hermes at sea. Various shot Royal Navy officers and men assembled on the flight deck as the white ensign is raised from mast head. C/U Captain Tibbits shaking hands with Mr Leonard Redshaw of Vickers Shipbuilding after the handing over ceremony. Aerial shot Hermes at sea. Panning shot of ship's interior; the hangar beneath the flight deck. Panning shot showing corridor; men relaxing in their quarters. Two sailors reading a paper. M/S sailor pulls his folding bunk out from the wall. M/S giant washing machines operating in the laundry. M/S sailor operating press on clothes. M/S galley, camera pans to a cook breaking eggs into large basin for custard. M/S men pouring large churn of milk into large vat. Captain Tibbits on bridge, camera zooms into C/U officer looking at radar screen. C/U radar screen scanning. M/S Captain Tibbits seated in large chair on the bridge and looking through binoculars. Aerial shot Hermes at sea. Note: press release about the Hermes is on file. FILM ID:1701.23 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. 🤍 FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT 🤍 British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 136,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1984. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. 🤍
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A good close up look of one of my favourite carriers of all time hms hermes at the Yeovil navy airbase.
HMS Hermes The First Aircraft Carrier. "The Hermes entered service in 1924. It was the world's first ship specially designed, commissioned and built as an aircraft carrier. The 183-meter aircraft carrier was a technological marvel for its time and was an impressive sight: the island superstructure rose majestically above the flight deck, inscribed in the cruising contours of the bow of the hull. By the end of the 1930s, however, Royal Navy designers had identified the problem areas of the new class of warships and were creating designs for more powerful, larger, and faster aircraft carriers. Therefore, just one year before the outbreak of World War II, the Hermes was transferred to the Reserve Fleet as a training ship. In August 1939, the Hermes was hastily returned to service. Until mid-1940 she was part of the search force engaged in hunting German raiders in the Atlantic. After the surrender of France, the Hermes planes distinguished themselves during the attack on the battleship Richelieu in Vichy government-controlled Dakar. After dropping torpedoes, the Hermes planes flew within a few meters of the battleship's superstructure. As a result of the attack, the mighty French ship was out of action for several months. In 1941 the Hermes operated against the Italians off the coast of East Africa; in the Persian Gulf its planes took part in the suppression of the uprising in Iraq. Shortly after the end of the Iraq campaign, war was declared to the Allies by the Empire of Japan - Britain's position in South Asia was threatened. To help stop the Japanese "blitzkrieg," it was decided to transfer Hermes, which was being repaired in South Africa, to the Eastern Fleet based in British Ceylon (now Sri Lanka). It was here that Hermes met her fate. In early April 1942, Japanese Admiral Nagumo, commander of the attack aircraft carrier unit Kido Butai, which had carried out the raid on Pearl Harbor the previous December, made a massive raid on British possessions in the Indian Ocean. Churchill himself called the operation "the most dangerous moment of the war. Such a difficult situation developed after the Japanese swept through the East Indies, captured Hong Kong and Singapore, destroyed in battle the Allied naval forces they could scrape together in the Java Sea, all in just a few months. Building on these decisive successes, Nagumo's strike force of five aircraft carriers put hundreds of aircraft into the air on April 5. The British were aware of the impending attack, yet the Japanese succeeded in sinking several warships and destroying the enemy's port facilities in Ceylon with minimal losses. At noon on April 8, when the worst seemed to be over, the Hermes was in the port of Trincomalee. By that time the planes had already been unloaded from the ship and the aircraft carrier itself was being prepared for the operations to come. Suddenly the Hermes sirens blared. The entire crew was ordered back aboard and to take their places according to the combat schedule. An intercepted message from the Japanese Navy contained information about an impending attack on Trincomalee. To avoid the fate of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, which had fallen easy prey to the Japanese at Pearl Harbor, the Hermes, accompanied by the destroyer HMAS Vampire, put to sea and laid in a southward course along the coast. Early in the morning, a Japanese strike team typhooned the port of Trincomalee, sinking one ship and destroying shore facilities. Later that morning, a Japanese reconnaissance plane spotted the Hermes, which, escorted by the Vampire, was heading back north toward Trincomalee. Under Admiral Nagumo's orders, a strike group of 85 dive bombers took to the air with the aim of finally destroying the unruly ships of the Royal Navy. Leaving all of its aircraft on dry land, the Hermes could rely only on its own limited air defenses and on air support from the British air force. This support, however, was too late and too weak to change the course of events.
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The WE.177A nuclear depth charges were taken aboard aircraft carrier HMS Invincible (inset), from which the Prince (main image) flew sorties as a Sea King helicopter co-pilot with 820 Naval Air Squadron. The Nuclear Information Service report estimates that there were ten warheads aboard Invincible, 16 on the second British carrier, HMS Hermes, and more aboard support ships in the task force dispatched by Margaret Thatcher in 1982. According to the report, the Royal Navy should have removed the ordnance from the warships before the fleet sailed to the South Atlantic, but the task was not performed since offloading the weapons would have given the Argentinians more time to dig in. Original Article: 🤍 Original Video: 🤍 Daily Mail Facebook: 🤍 Daily Mail IG: 🤍 Daily Mail Snap: 🤍 Daily Mail Twitter: 🤍 Daily Mail Pinterest: 🤍 Daily Mail Google+: 🤍 Get the free Daily Mail mobile app: 🤍
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HMS Hermes: First Aircraft Carrier in History. HMS Hermes was the first ship in naval history to be designed and built from the beginning as an aircraft carrier. As one of the first airships, she also used a completely empty, single-tier deck for air operations with a superstructure on one of the sides. The ship entered service with the British Royal Navy in February 1924. The ship was 183 meters long, 29.2 meters wide, and had a full displacement of 13,700 tons. The maximum speed of the HMS Hermes aircraft carrier oscillated around 25 knots, and its main armament at the time of the launch consisted of 15 on-board planes. HMS Hermes was sunk on 9 April 1942 off the east coast of Ceylon Island along with HMAS Vampire, HMS Hollyhock and RFA Athelstane. The attack went down in history as one of the most accurate bombings of a ship ever seen as she was caught without fighter escort by some eighty Japanese aircraft, the majority of which scored hits on the ship. #usnavy #Ships #war2 #US Navy #aircraftcarrier #navy #military #shorts _ IMPORTANT !! All rights belong to their respective owners. If you are the author of a track or background that is used on my channel, please email me. You never need to shoot a video, if you demand to remove it, we will delete it and keep the channel and yourself happy. Just contact us at: trimix20.32🤍gmail.com. Copyright Disclaimer - Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, commenting, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use.
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HMS Hermes was a conventional British aircraft carrier and the last of the Centaur-class. Hermes was in service with the Royal Navy from 1959 until 1984, and . ROYAL NAVY AVIATION IN THE 60 s(Always there to protect and keep the peace)
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Unused / unissued material. Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria. Launching of HMS Hermes. Crowd. Officials talking to Lady Clementine Churchill. M/S Mrs. Churchill on platform launching ship. Crowd singing hymn "Eternal Father". M/S vicar reading a sermon to crowd. M/S Mrs. Churchill on launching platform, she launches the ship after the usual blessing. L/S ship sliding down slipway. Old records suggest the release / shooting date of this item was 01/02/1953. Note: sound and image out of sync - needs to be retransferred before use. FILM ID:2010.05 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. 🤍 FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT 🤍 British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 136,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1984. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. 🤍
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'On This Day: 1982 Falklands War - Naval Task Force Sets Sail' Royal Navy aircraft carriers HMS Invincible and HMS Hermes sailed out of Portsmouth on April 5th 1982, bound for the Falklands 8,000 miles away. The move came after Argentina invaded the British territory three days earlier. #FalklandsWar #Falklands #HMSInvincible #Argentina #RoyalNavy 🎥 Subscribe to our YouTube channel (tap the bell icon and stay up to date with all the latest On This Day videos!) - 🤍 🎥 Follow us on Twitter - 🤍 🎥 Like us on Facebook - 🤍 🎥 Check out our TikTok - 🤍
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