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Encyclopedia > List of amphibious warfare ships of the Royal Navy
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  • Fearless class LPD
    • HMS Fearless
    • HMS Intrepid
  • Centaur class LPH
    • HMS Albion
    • HMS Bulwark
    • HMS Hermes
  • Landing ships tank
    • HMS Boxer
    • HMS Bruiser
    • HMS Thruster
    • LST 3001
    • LST 3002
    • LST 3003/HMS Anzio
    • LST 3004
    • LST 3005
    • LST 3006/HMS Tromso
    • LST 3007
    • LST 3008
    • LST 3009
    • LST 3010/HMS Attacker
    • LST 3011/HMS Avenger
    • LST 3012/HMS Ben Nevis
    • LST 3013/HMS Ben Lomond
    • LST 3014
    • LST 3015/HMS Battler
    • LST 3016/HMS Dieppe
    • LST 3017
    • LST 3018
    • LST 3019/HMS Vaagso
    • LST 3020
    • LST 3021
    • LST 3022
    • LST 3023
    • LST 3024
    • LST 3025/HMS Bruiser
    • LST 3026/HMS Charger
    • LST 3027/HMS Lofoten
    • LST 3028
    • LST 3029/HMS Chaser
    • LST 3031
    • LST 3033
    • LST 3035
    • LST 3036/HMS Puncher
    • LST 3037
    • LST 3038/HMS Fighter
    • LST 3042/HMS Hunter
    • LST 3043/HMS Messina
    • LST 3044/HMS Narvik
    • LST 3501
    • LST 3502
    • LST 3503
    • LST 3504/HMS Pursuer
    • LST 3505/HMS Ravager
    • LST 3506
    • LST 3507
    • LST 3508/HMS Searcher
    • LST 3509
    • LST 3510/HMS Slinger
    • LST 3511/HMS Reggio
    • LST 3512
    • LST 3513/HMS Salerno
    • LST 3514/HMS Smiter
    • LST 3515/HMS Stalker
    • LST 3516/HMS Striker
    • LST 3517/HMS St Nazaire
    • LST 3518/HMS Sulva
    • LST 3519
    • LST 3520/HMS Thruster
    • LST 3522/HMS Tracker
    • LST 3523/HMS Trouncer
    • LST 3524/HMS Trumpeter
    • LST 3525/HMS Walcheren
    • LST 3532/HMS Zeebrugge
    • LST 3534

See also: List of amphibious assault ships of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary


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Amphibious warfare Information (1229 words)
An early form of amphibious warfare was employed during the War of the Pacific in 1879, and saw coordination of army, navy and specialized units.
During this period, British Royal Marine Light Infantry (merged with the Royal Marine Artillery in the 1920s to form the Royal Marines) were used primarily as naval parties onboard Royal Navy warships to maintain discipline and man ships' guns.
The RMLI joined a new Royal Navy division - the Royal Naval Division - formed in 1914 to fight on land; however, throughout the conflict, army units were depended upon to provide the bulk - if not all - of troops used in amphibious landings.
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