To Bangladesh Steam Navigation Co Ltd, Bangladesh in 1972, remaining under Khan's management. [1] Launched on 1 July 1941 and completed in September 1941. Operated under the management of R de la Sota, France. Launched on 8 March 1943 and completed in May 1943. Sold in 1947 to James Burness & Sons Ltd, London and renamed Burmount. Ancient naval vessels were made of wood, water-proofed using pitch and paint, and propelled by both sail and oars. Sold in 1960 to Springbok Shipping Co Ltd and renamed Gemsbok. While owned by Norddeutscher Lloyd she was one of three sister ships operating the service between Bremen and the Far East. Launched in 1929 as Eastern Prince for Furness, Withy & Co Ltd. Requisitioned in November 1940 and converted to a troopship. Sold later that year to Sigma Shipping Co Ltd. Scrapped in December 1961 in Hong Kong. Sold in 1955 to Hong Phat Hang, Vietnam and renamed Nam Sanh. Sold in 1969 to R & J H Rea Ltd, then sold in 1970 to Cory Ship Towage Ltd. Sold in 1973 to Maritime Commercial Enterprises, Greece and renamed Hector. Sold in 1963 to Patricia Compagnia Navigazione SA, Liberia and renamed Patricia. HM Troopship Empire Orwell was built in 1936 and launched as the "Pretoria". Scrapped in April 1971 at Kaohsiung, Taiwan. After seeing only four cruisers he became greatly concerned once more about the strength of the escort. It was installed in SS Captain C D Secord in 1954. Renamed Mentakab in 1947. Empire MacAndrew was a 7,952 GRT MAC cargo ship which was built by William Denny & Bros Ltd, Dumbarton. Arrived on 26 May 1961 at Hong Kong for scrapping. Refloated in June 1945 and towed to Palermo where she was repaired. Sold in 1960 to Malayan Navigation Co Ltd, Malaya. To MoWT in 1941 and renamed Empire Merganser. Later named Empire Clyde). Empire Mica was an 8,032 GRT tanker which was built by Furness Shipbuilding Co Ltd, Haverton Hill-on-Tees. Empire Mersey was a 5,791 GRT cargo ship which was built by R Duncan & Co Ltd, Port Glasgow. Used as a storage hulk. Ran aground on 16 September 1970 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) off Terschelling lighthouse (53°25′N 05°00′E / 53.417°N 5°E / 53.417; 5). Declared a constructive total loss, sold and scrapped in situ. Launched on 6 April 1942 and completed in June 1942. To MoWT in 1946, but not renamed until 1950 when Furness, Withy wished to use her name for a new ship. Sold in 1951 to Aviation & Shipping Co Ltd and renamed Avistone. Launched on 9 July 1941 and completed in August 1941. Came ashore on 2 October 1961 in a typhoon at Kita Daito Jima, Japan and broke in two. Operated under the management of Counties Ship Management Ltd. Launched on 30 April 1945 and completed in June 1945. The Empire Halladale was formerly known as the Antonio Delfino. Sold in 1965 to Tat Pin Shipping & Trading Co, Singapore. Ships could also be fitted wit… Empire Mayflower was a 394 GRT coaster which was built by Bartram & Sons Ltd, Sunderland. Sold in 1965 to Progress Shipping Co, Panama and renamed Bright Star. Damaged on 9 April 1942 by enemy bombing at Colombo, Ceylon. To MoWT in 1940 and renamed Empire Miniver. and a service speed of 16 knots. On 14 July 1952 she suffered an explosion in her engine room while at Pusan, South Korea. Sold in 1956 to John S Monks Ltd, Liverpool and renamed Cliffville. Charlton Star, Potsdam Empire Jewel FOWEY Safina-E-Hujjaj, Pretoria Empire Doon ORWELL Gunung Sold in 1950 to Constants (South Wales) Ltd, Cardiff and renamed Nordeflinge. Sold in 1946 to British Tanker Co Ltd and renamed British Escort. Bow section sank, stern section initially remained afloat but sank before a tug arrived to tow it to port. Sold in 1957 to Compagnia y de Comercio Athamas Ltda, Costa Rica and renamed Athamas. On locating the Empire Windrush Nick and his crew maintained overhead watch over the stricken vessel and directed the rescue ships to the scene. Scrapped in June 1962 at Piraus, Greece. Arrived on 9 September 1961 at Bombay for scrapping. In collision with HMT Empire Ken in Valletta Harbour, Malta in 1951. Some ships requisitioned during the Suez Crisis were also given the Empire prefix. Launched on 27 March 1945 and completed in July 1945. Ran aground on 9 March 1965 near Sakata, Japan. Sold in 1962 to New Dholera Steamships Ltd, India and renamed Jayshoor. Empire Manor was abandoned and she broke in two the following day, with the stern section sinking. See also: The Galactic Empire, Star Destroyers, Vehicles This article is a collection of Vehicles produced for or widely used by The Galactic Empire and their respective eras in which they are present. subsequent names in lower case after that name. Launched on 4 March 1946 as Empire Mercia and completed in December 1946 as Empire Star for Blue Star Line. D&D Beyond Sold in 1946 to British Tanker Co Ltd and renamed British Swordfish. Empire Mallore was a 6,327 GRT cargo ship which was built by C Connell & Co Ltd, Glasgow. Completed in 1920 as Ramon de Larrinaga for Larrinaga Steamship Co Ltd, London. Victoria - The Victoria, Return She was built for the Hamburg South American Line and sailed on the Hamburg to River Plate route until 1932. The Trade Federation used a Lucrehulk to blockade and occupy Naboo in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, and it was destroyed by Anakin Skywalker. Sold in 1961 to Newport Screw Towing Co Ltd and renamed Dunhawk. The K79-S80 Imperial Troop Transport (ITT), also known as the RTT or Recon transport, was a boxy repulsorlift ground assault vehicle used by the Galactic Empire. Wreck sold in 1947 to Italian buyers, raised and towed to Messina, arriving on 5 July 1948. The modern troopship has as long a history as passenger ships do, as most maritime nations enlisted their support in military operations (either by leasing the vessels or by impressing them into service) when their normal naval forces were deemed insufficient for the task. Now 554 GRT. Sold in 1962 to Maritima Colonial y de Comercio SA, Spain. Torpedoed on 20 September 1941 by U-124 800 nautical miles (1,500 km) west of Ushant, France (48°07′N 22°05′W / 48.117°N 22.083°W / 48.117; -22.083) while a member of Convoy OG 74. Operated under the management of P J Angouras, Greece. Declared a constructive total loss and sold. The Tantive IV was the consular vessel of Leia Organa back during the time of the Empire. She was one of the largest troopships involved in the Normandy landings. On 27 December 1972, St Ives capsized in bad weather north west of Ferrol, Spain while under tow by tug Smit Pioneer and sank at 44°21′N 08°57′W / 44.35°N 8.95°W / 44.35; -8.95. Empire Maymorn was a 394 GRT coaster which was built by Charles Hill & Sons Ltd, Bristol. Empire Maymount was a 394 GRT coaster which was built by S P Austin & Sons Ltd, Sunderland. Sold in 1951 to Compagnia Maritima de Este SA, Panama and renamed Condor. Favorite See All. Operated under the management of Moller Line Ltd, Hong Kong. Scuttled in 1969 off Townsville, Queensland. Scrapped in 1969 at Newport Monmouthshire. 3,508: Vienna: 1929: 1941 purchased from London & North Eastern Railway, troop and hospital ship, 1945 Harwich-Hook of … Launched on 8 June 1944 and completed in August 1944. Launched on 21 June 1943 and completed in September 1943. [1] Sold in 1947 to F M Pereda, Spain and renamed San Antonio. 1 The Dark Times 2 The Rebellion Era 3 The New Jedi Order Era 4 The Legacy Era See also: The Dark Times See also: The Rebellion Era See also: The New Jedi Order Era See also: The Legacy Era Allocated to the French Government in 1945 and renamed Colonel Vieljeux. sold in 1958 to Compagnia de Navigazione San Antonio Ltd, Costa Rica and renamed Olga Minacoulis. Ship was abandoned but remained afloat although salvage was impracticable. Sold in 1957 to A Gill & Co (Private) Ltd, India and renamed Margaret Rose. Operated under the management of Mollers Ltd, Hong Kong. The Empire ships were a series of ships in the service of the British Government. Arrived on 6 December 1967 at Kaohsiung, Taiwan for scrapping. On 8 August 1960 she ran aground 8 nautical miles (15 km) south of Tamandaré, Brazil after a fire broke out in her engine room. Collided on 26 September 1941 with Empire Moon and sank near Point Armour, Strait of Belle Isle. Empire Pride The Empire Pride was built in 1941, by Barclay, Curle and Company, at Glasgow. Included here are all pictures of fleet supply ships and troop transports. Sold in 1948 to British India Steam Navigation Co Ltd and renamed Thika. Launched on 28 April 1941 and completed in July 1941. Thus Ancient Rome used the navis lusoria, a small vessel powered by rowers and sail, to move soldiers on the Rhine and Danube. Launched on 26 May 1941 as Clan Buchanan. Operated under the management of D J McLaren & Co Ltd, London. Scrapped in March 1970 at Shanghai. Scrapped in December 1978 at Perama, Greece. GV. Empire Mallard was a 4,957 GRT (7,500 DWT) cargo ship which was built by Todd Drydock & Construction Co, Tacoma, Washington. To French American Lin in 1920, returning to USSB later that year. Imperial Star Destroyer: Mon Calamari Cruiser: Frigates. This engine had been fitted to the 1927 built Elax in 1946, Elax was then scrapped. Troop capacity: how many regiments of troops this ship can carry. The government therefore converted several captured German passenger ships to Empire troop ships. Towed to Syracuse and beached. EMPIRE TROOPER leaving harbour. Empire Marvell was a 9,821 GRT tanker which was built by Sir J Laing & Sons Ltd, Sunderland. Empire Mandarin was a 7,078 GRT cargo ship which was built by Shipbuilding Corporation Ltd, Newcastle upon Tyne. In 1972, the ship's owners sued the insurers in the British Courts, and after a case that lasted 60 days, the Court found in the favour of the insurers. Sold in 1946 to Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co Ltd and renamed Naninia. Sold in 1962 to NV Redwijs, Baarn, Netherlands and renamed Santa Maria de Ordaz. Collided on 26 September 1941 with Empire Mallard near Point Armour, Strait of Belle Isle. Launched on 29 September 1943 and completed in December 1943. Launched on 26 August 1941 and completed in October 1941. Behind the Scenes: During the making of Empire, the Rebel transport was known as the ‘Tuna Ship’ due to its slight pink hue. Sold in 1947 to Elders & Fyffes Ltd and renamed Nicoya. Launched on 9 February 1944 and completed in June 1944. Empire Moose was a 6,103 GRT cargo ship which was built by Virginia Shipbuilding Corp, Alexandria, Virginia. AT-AT Imperial I-Class Star Destroyer: Capital Ship: CL 20 The iconic warship of the Imperial Navy. Empire Mace was a 7,177 GRT (11,650 tons displacement) cargo ship which was built by Consolidated Steel Corporation, Wilmington, California. Wreck reported sold to a Chinese company on 9 June 1950. All ships of the group were progressively transferred to one of these divisions. Torpedoed on 12 September 1942 and damaged by U-211 then torpedoed by U-608 and sunk at 48°55′N 33°38′W / 48.917°N 33.633°W / 48.917; -33.633 while a member of Convoy ON 127. Renamed Starline Merchant in 1957. With a tonnage of 8,418grt, a length of 495ft, a beam of 64ft 4in. Sold in 1947 to Elders & Fyffes Ltd and renamed Reventazon. Empire Kamal was a 7,862 GRT cargo ship which was built by Bremer Vulkan Schiff- und Maschinenbau, Vegesack. Sold in 1947 to Dorset Steamship Co Ltd and renamed Lulworth Hill. Sold in 1946 to Clan Line Steamers Ltd and renamed Clan Macrae. on 12 February 1950 she caught fire and was beached at Chilang Point, a total loss. During World War 2 she operated as a hospital ship and was used for the evacuation of the Eastern territories in early 1945. Sold in 1952 to Cambay Prince Steamship Co Ltd and renamed Tees Breeze. Torpedoed on 29 August 1940 by U-100 and sunk at 56°06′N 13°33′W / 56.1°N 13.55°W / 56.1; -13.55 when a straggler from Convoy OA 204. Sold in 1965 to SA Italiene Lavore e Maritimi, Italy and renamed Nettuno. Sold in 1954 to G Grimble & Co Ltd, Hong Kong, then sold in 1955 to Société Franco-Chinoise de Transport Maritime et Fluviaux, France. Allocated in 1947 to the Government of Poland and renamed Tarpan. Scrapped in 1953 at Faslane. SV. Arrived on 21 August 1962 at Faslane for scrapping. Sold in 1966 to Unity Carriers Inc, Liberia, operated under the management of Wah Kwong & Co Ltd, Hong Kong. Sold in 1962 to Malayan Navigation Co Ltd, Singapore and renamed Hong Tat. Empire Madge was a 258 GRT tug which was built by Scott & Sons, Bowling, West Dunbartonshire. Empire Mowddach was a 3,410 GRT cargo ship which was built by Bremer Vulkan Schiff- und Maschinenbau, Vegesack. See Sold in 1954 to Great Eastern Shipping Co Ltd, Bombay and renamed Jag Shanti. Mostly they were used during World War II by the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT), who owned the ships but contracted out their management to various shipping lines. On her maiden voyage her cargos consisted nine TID tugs, ten lighters and a 100 feet (30 m) long oil separator, all bound for Hong Kong. Arrived on 4 May 1959 at Hong Kong for scrapping. Scrapped in September 1969 at Piraeus, Greece. Sold in 1962 to Alexandra Towing Co Ltd. Sold in 1966 to J S Latsis, Greece and renamed Ena. EMPIRE TROOPER leaving harbour. Unlike normal empires, a Fallen Empire is fully developed at the start of the game, and due to their extremely large and powerful fleets they should not be provoked until your fleet strength and technology is comparable. Ship was highly insured, but insurers refused to pay out claiming ship had been deliberately scuttled. Launched on 3 September 1940 and completed in December 1940. Allocated to the Dutch Government in 1942 and renamed Jan van Goyen. After she had been sunk, a coded message was passed that Empire Manor was carrying gold bullion. Sold in 1970 to Johnston Shipping Ltd, Canada and renamed Congar. Scrapped in September 1957 at Newport, Monmouthshire. P&O became the 'parent' company. Torpedoed on 16 August 1940 and sunkn by U-100 at 55°23′N 13°24′W / 55.383°N 13.4°W / 55.383; -13.4. She was launched as a troopship on the 15th. Launched on 8 April 1943 and completed in July 1943. HMT Empire Halladale. Featured Ship: EMPIRE TROOPER (1922) Shipping Line: BRITISH INDIA STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY LTD. Most of her employment was now between the UK and the Far East, including service in the Korean War. Empire Mayland was a 394 GRT coaster which was built by Charles Hill & Sons Ltd, Bristol. www.liverpoolships.org for more detail. Sold in 1972 to Lidia Melodia Ved. The Ship. Sold in 1963 to Kantara Shipping Ltd, Cyprus. Sold in 1948 to Afon Lliedi Steamship Co and renamed Afon Morlais. Sold in 1947 to Straits Steamship Co Ltd, Hong Kong and renamed Mawai. Their names were all prefixed with "Empire". Sold in 1959 to the Chinese Government and renamed Hoping Wu Shi San. Sold in 1958 to J Manners Ltd, Hong Kong and renamed Yangtse Breeze. Sold in 1946 to I Williams & Co Ltd, Cardiff and renamed Graigdale. To the Admiralty in 1946 and renamed W 98. 1945 EMPIRE JEWEL (1), MOWT 1946 EMPIRE FOWEY, troopship managed by P & O Line. It can transport units, but cannot attack other units. Sold in 1958 to Lugari & Filippi, Italy and renamed Sanjacopo. Sold in 1959 to Canero Compagnia Navigazione SA, Panama and renamed Parnon. Sold in 1959 to Bullard, King & Co Ltd and renamed Umgeni. Empire Mary was a 487 GRT tug which was built by Clelands (Successors) Ltd, Willington Quay-on-Tyne. Empire Mercia was an 11,085 GRT refrigerated cargo ship which was built by Harland & Wolff Ltd, Belfast. Seized as a war prize on 3 September 1939 at South West India Dock, London. Operated under the management of G Vlanis Shipping Ltd, Greece. Sold in 1951 to Mount Line Ltd and renamed Mount Parker, remaining under Mollers' management. 1976 Scrapped Karachi. Launched on 3 April 1943 and completed in June 1943. Seized in May 1945 in the Kiel Canal, to MoWT and renamed Empire Mole. Ships with multiple levels of rowers, such as the trireme, were fast and manoeuvrable enough to attack enemy vessels by ramming. Empire Might was a 9,208 GRT cargo liner which was built by Greenock Dockyard Co Ltd, Greenock. Empire MacKay was an 8,908 GRT MAC tanker which was built by Harland & Wolff Ltd, Govan. Empire Moulmein was a 7,047 GRT cargo ship which was built by John Readhead & Sons Ltd, South Shields. Towed to Copenhagen for completion by Burmeister & Wain. The Royal Navy during the Second World War N40.jpg 800 × 646; 108 KB Sold in 1962 to Sadikolgu, riza ve Aslan, ve Ortagi Adi Komandit Sirketi, Turkey and renamed Demirhan. Sold in 1947 to United Whalers Ltd, London and renamed Ketos. Empire Moon was a 7,472 GRT CAM ship which was built by J L Thompson & Sons Ltd, Sunderland. Mostly they were used during World War II by the Ministry of War Transport (MoWT), who owned the ships but contracted out their management to various shipping lines. Tonnage: 13,589 - Passengers: 1,886 - Constructed: Vulcan, Hamburg. Empire Merganser was a 6,220 GRT (9,400 DWT) refrigerated cargo ship which was built by Moore Shipbuilding Co, Oakland, California. Sold in 1946 to J Cooper, Belfast and renamed Meadow. Sold in 1948 to Nouvelle Compagnie Havraise Peninsulaire de Navigation, Paris and renamed Ville de Diego Suarez. Operated under the management of Mollers Ltd, Hong Kong. Operated under the management of W R Carpenter & Co Ltd, Australia. 1936 POTSDAM, North German Lloyd, Bremen. There we were alone, a … HMT EMPIRE FOWEY Troop ship that my Father sailed in 1950/51 during the Korean War. On 26 July 1943 she put into the Clyde with engine damage. Operated under the management of H C Dracoulis, Greece. Empire MacKendrick was a 7,933 GRT MAC cargo ship which was built by Burntisland Shipbuilding Co Ltd, Burntisland. 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