The Battleship 'TEXAS' in Galveston's shipyard drydock

The TEXAS is the last of the battleships, patterned after HMS Dreadnought, that participated in...
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The TEXAS is the last of the battleships, patterned after HMS Dreadnought, that participated in World War (WW) I and II. She was launched on May 18, 1912 from Newport News, Virginia. When the USS TEXAS was commissioned on March 12,1914, she was the most powerful weapon in the world, the most complex product of an industrial nation just beginning to become a force in global events.

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