agincourt defined in 1939 yearagincourt - Agincourt;
agincourt - British warship. The first of the name, a 64-gun ship launched in 1796, took part in the battle of Camperdown, 1797. In 1910 a warship of 27,500 tons was laid down for Brazil at Elswick, to be called the Rio de Janeiro. After being launched in 1913 she was taken over by Turkey and renamed Birinji Osman. In Aug., 1914, when almost completed, she was appropriated by the British Admiralty, and named Agincourt. Commissioned for service in the Grand Fleet, she took part in the battle of Jutland.
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