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HISTORY of IRONCLADS: Broadside Ironclads Video

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totemgam:
More than ten years have passed since my sincere and long-standing passion for the navy of the age of armor and steam turned out to be in demand by a small team of like-minded people. All these years I have made every effort to ensure that as many people as possible can share my passion. I wrote historical articles and books, I helped make computer games, and now I turned to a new format of communication for me.

Here's a video of how the advanced technology of the mid-19th century influenced the navy and led to a new type of ship - the battleship.

https://youtu.be/8u10HkzIyOY

Your opinion on this video is really important to me. I want to know if I should continue this story? What can be improved?

MengJiao:

--- Quote from: totemgam on May 09, 2021, 09:17:06 AM ---More than ten years have passed since my sincere and long-standing passion for the navy of the age of armor and steam turned out to be in demand by a small team of like-minded people. All these years I have made every effort to ensure that as many people as possible can share my passion. I wrote historical articles and books, I helped make computer games, and now I turned to a new format of communication for me.

Here's a video of how the advanced technology of the mid-19th century influenced the navy and led to a new type of ship - the battleship.

https://youtu.be/8u10HkzIyOY

Your opinion on this video is really important to me. I want to know if I should continue this story? What can be improved?

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   I'm all for it.  The real problem is there is not much data on what would have happened if any of these ships had to fight.  The Bombardment of Alexandria (1882) seems like the only slightly useful data point.  Another thing worth considering is torpedoes, mines and searchlights.  Naval excercises began looking into those in the 1880s.

Gusington:
I love this stuff, thanks for posting.

matt3916:
Continue the story.  I'd recommend killing the background music.  I thought it interfered with the narrative.

Pete Dero:

--- Quote from: matt3916 on May 09, 2021, 06:20:45 PM ---Continue the story.  I'd recommend killing the background music.  I thought it interfered with the narrative.

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I don't know much about this era so I welcome more info on it.

I would also suggest lowering the volume or entirely removing the background music.

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