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Yugoslav WW2 Destroyer Beograd

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Beograd was the lead ship of her class of destroyers built for the Royal Yugoslav Navy (Serbo-Croatian: Kraljevska Jugoslovenska Ratna Mornarica, KJRM) during the late 1930s. When Yugoslavia entered World War II due to the German-led Axis invasion of that country in April 1941, she was damaged by a near miss during an air attack, and was then captured by the Italians. After refitting, she saw extensive service with the Royal Italian Navy from August 1941 to September 1943, completing over 100 convoy escort missions in the Mediterranean under the name Sebenico, mainly as a convoy escort on routes between Italy and the Aegean and North Africa. Following the Italian armistice in September 1943, she was captured by the German Navy and redesignated TA43. Re-armed, she served with the 9th Torpedo Boat Flotilla on escort and minelaying duties in the northern Adriatic. She was sunk or scuttled at Trieste on 30 April or 1 May 1945. She was raised in June 1946, probably to remove her as a navigation hazard, only to be scuttled again in either July 1946 or in 1947.

 

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The Beograd class was developed from a French design, and the name ship of the class, Beograd, was built by Ateliers et Chantiers de la Loire at Nantes, France. The ship had an overall length of 98 m (321 ft 6 in), a beam of 9.45 m (31 ft), and a normal draught of 3.18 m (10 ft 5 in). Her standard displacement was 1,210 tonnes (1,190 long tons), increasing to 1,655 tonnes (1,629 long tons) at full load. The crew consisted of 145 officers and enlisted men. The ship was powered by Curtis steam turbines driving two propellers, using steam generated by three Yarrow water-tube boilers. Her turbines were rated between 40,000–44,000 shaft horsepower (30,000–33,000 kW) and she was designed to reach a top speed of 38–39 knots (70–72 km/h; 44–45 mph), although she was only able to reach a practical top speed of 35 knots (65 km/h; 40 mph) in service. She carried 120 tonnes (120 long tons) of fuel oil, which gave her an action radius of 1,000 nautical miles (1,900 km; 1,200 mi).

Her main armament consisted of four Škoda 120 mm (4.7 in) L/46 superfiring guns in single mounts, two forward of the superstructure and two aft, protected by gun shields. Her secondary armament consisted of four Bofors 40 mm (1.6 in) anti-aircraft guns in two twin mounts,[2][5][6] located on either side of the aft shelter deck. She was also equipped with two triple mounts of 550 mm (22 in) torpedo tubes and two machine guns. Her fire-control system was provided by the Dutch firm of Hazemayer. As built, she could also carry 30 naval mines. She was laid down in 1936, launched on 23 December 1937, and was commissioned into the Royal Yugoslav Navy (Serbo-Croatian: Kraljevska Jugoslovenska Ratna Mornarica, KJRM) on 28 April 1939.

 

Tier VI Premium Destroyer Beograd

 

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SURVIVABILITY

 

Hitpoints: 12800

 

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ARTILLERY

 

4 × single 120 mm (4.7 in) guns


Reload TIme: 8.1 s

 

180 Turn Time: 26.1

 

Maximum Dispersion: 102 m

 

Maximum HE Shell Damage: 2050

 

Chance Of HE Shells Causing A Fire On Target:  9.0 %

 

HE Shell Armor Penetration Capacity: 19 mm

 

Maximum AP Shell Damage: 2200

 

Main Battery Firing Range: 11.0 km

 

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TORPEDOES

 

2 × triple 550 mm (22 in) torpedo tubes

 

Torpedo Range:  9.5 km

 

Torpedo Speed: 58 knots

 

Maximum Damage: 15170

 

Reload Time: 82.0 s

 

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AA DEFENCE

 

2 × twin 40 mm (1.6 in) AA guns

 

2 × single machine guns


AA Reinforcement: 50 %

 

Sector Reinforcement time: 5 s

 

Sector Reinforcement shift time: 5 s

 

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MANEUVERABILITY

 

Maximum Speed: 38.0 knots

 

Turning Circle Radius: 640 m

 

Rudder Shift Time: 2.0 s

 

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CONCEALMENT

 

Detectability Range By Sea: 

 

Detectability Range By Air: 

 

Assured Detectability Range: 

 

Detectability After Firing Main Guns in Smoke: 

 

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ARMOR LAYOUT

 

Deck: 16 mm

 

Armor Belt: 17 mm

 

Superstructure: 12 mm

 

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AMMUNITION & CONSUMABLES

 

Damage Control Party

Action Time 5s

Reload Time For I 85.5 s

Reload Time For II 57 s

 

Smoke

Action Time 20 s

Smoke Screen Dispersion Time 81 s

Action Radius 0.54 km 

Relaod Time For I 240 s

Relaod Time For II 160 s 

 

Engine Boost

Maximum Speed +8 %

Action Time 120 s

Reload Time For I 180 s

Reload Time For II 120 s 

 

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This is my proposal for Pan-European tech tree.

These ships don't have to be premium.

And one correction, maximum speed of Beograd-class destroyers was 38 knots.

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And, in that picture is draft of the Royal Yugoslav flotilla leader, large destroyer Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik will be ideal tier 7 destroyer.

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This is picture of destroyer Beograd.

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On 9/15/2019 at 9:14 AM, Andrejevic_ said:

This is my proposal for Pan-European tech tree.

These ships don't have to be premium.

And one correction, maximum speed of Beograd-class destroyers was 38 knots.

1736818090_Pan-Evropskagranarazaraa.thumb.jpg.4bda7cdefbf95c06236b7459479bcc81.jpg

 

And, in that picture is draft of the Royal Yugoslav flotilla leader, large destroyer Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik will be ideal tier 7 destroyer.

859570413__Kr.brodDubrovnik.thumb.jpg.3976cd11e58b471997ce2413af3f7ed9.jpg

 

This is picture of destroyer Beograd.

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Awsome love it :)

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I've been bitchin abotu yugo destroyers (Dubrovnik, Beograd, Split) since Aplpha test and i hope we finaly get it. +1 from me

It would be really nice to have them as part of  Euro line, hopefully reserchable.

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