One of the last remaining dreadnoughts in the world is the American Texas battleship. With the help of the archival wartime newsreels and CG animation, we will tell the viewers about the most important points on the battle path of the veteran ship: covering the Normandy landings, artillery duel against the Hamburg battery, and supporting the Iwo Jima invasion. It's time for Episode Two of our documentary series: Naval Legends. This time, learn the fascinating story of the USS Texas - a truly battle-hardened legend of naval warfare that took part in many significant operations in 20th century seafaring combat. Naval Legends is a series about the construction, service, and daring deeds of legendary 20th-century ships. Series playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVmXzlhZvJVRRcfxJ_xabjXGGDvd4RBzd Want more info? Check out the World of Warships website! https://wo.ws/website Twitter: https://wo.ws/twitter Facebook: https://wo.ws/facebook
Battleship Texas is closed until further notice, according to statements posted on the ship's official website. Texas Parks & Wildlife, which manages the ship and the grounds, is dealing with new leaks.
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On June 6, 1944, D-Day, battleship USS Texas (BB 35) joined Operation Neptune in the Allied Invasion at Omaha Beach, Normandy. Listen as some of the Texas Sailors talk about that pivotal day.
Saving the Battleship Texas
Battleship Texas World War II Service
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The USS Texas is closed to the public until further notice because of a major leak that caused the ship to list six degrees.