USS Mississippi was the lead ship of the Mississippi class originally built by the US Navy in 1904–1908. The class was built to a design smaller than other American battleships as the result of a limit on displacement imposed by Congress as part of an effort to constrain costs — John’s Navy and other Maritime or Military News

USS MISSISSIPPI 1907 – Mississippi during fitting out. Mississippi after her aft lattice mast was installed in 1909 USS Mississippi, sold to Greek navy in 1914 and renamed Kilkis. Mississippi was the lead ship of the Mississippi class originally built by the US Navy in 1904–1908. The class was built to a design smaller than other American battleships as the result of a limit […]

USS Mississippi was the lead ship of the Mississippi class originally built by the US Navy in 1904–1908. The class was built to a design smaller than other American battleships as the result of a limit on displacement imposed by Congress as part of an effort to constrain costs — John’s Navy and other Maritime or Military News.

I wasn’t familiar with what happened to the ship after Greece acquired it until recently.

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