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Battle of the Falklands, 8.12.1914

German East Asia Squadron

Scharnhorst, Gneisenau

SMS Scharnhorst (SMS Scharnhorst Class), SMS Scharnhorst (SMS Scharnhorst Class) (1/1250)

SMS München (Bremen class) (1/1250), SMS Leipzig (Bremen class) (1/1250), SMS Bremen 1904 (Bremen class)

SMS Emden 1908/14 (Dresden class), SMS Dresden (Dresden class), SMS Emden (Dresden class)

SMS Nürnberg 1908 (Stuttgart class) (1/1250), SMS Stuttgart 1918 (Stuttgart class) (1/1250), SMS Nürnberg 1914 (Stuttgart class)
SS Baden † , SS Santa Isabell oder Maria? †
SS Seydlitz

Royal Navy

Invincible, Inflexible

HMS Inflexible 1909 (Invincible BC class), HMS Invincible 1908 (Invincible BC class) (1/1250)

HMS Argyll 1905 (Devonshire class) (1/1250), Similar type HMS Good Hope (Drake class) (1/1250), Similar type HMS Monmouth (Monmouth class)
Cornwall, Kent

HMS Monmouth (Monmouth class) (1/1250), HMS Monmouth (Monmouth class)
Bristol, Glasgow

HMS Glasgow 1910 (Town 1910 Cruiser)
Macedonia AMC
as Guard Ship on Falklands

HMS Goliath (Canopus class) (1/1250), HMS Canopus 1899 (Canopus class)


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