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Encyclopedia > List of monitors of the Royal Navy
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This is a list of monitors of the Royal Navy:

  • Humber-class
    • HMS Severn
    • HMS Humber
    • HMS Mersey
  • Abercrombie-class
    • HMS Abercrombie
    • HMS Havelock
    • HMS Raglan
    • HMS Roberts
  • Lord Clive-class
    • HMS Lord Clive
    • HMS General Craufurd
    • HMS Earl of Peterborough
    • HMS Sir Thomas Picton
    • HMS Prince Eugene
    • HMS Prince Rupert
    • HMS Sir John Moore
    • HMS General Wolfe
  • Marshal Ney-class
    • HMS Marshal Ney
    • HMS Marshal Soult
  • Gorgon-class
    • HMS Gorgon
    • HMS Glatton
  • M15-class
    • M15
    • M16
    • M17
    • M18
    • M19
    • M20
    • M21
    • M22
    • M23
    • M24
    • M25
    • M26
    • M27
    • M28
  • M29-class
    • M29 (later HMS Medusa)
    • M30
    • M31
    • M32
    • M33
  • Erebus-class
    • HMS Erebus
    • HMS Terror
  • Roberts-class
    • HMS Roberts
    • HMS Abercrombie

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