Take Command of the Mighty Littorio Battleship!

After being constructed for the Italian Regia Marina, the Littorio went on to play important roles in a number of separate battles for its country. Built in Genova-Sestri Ponente Italy, the Littorio took part in as many as 46 missions in World War II. Some of the most notable being the First Battle of Sirte, where it interrupted British plans for transporting supplies to North Africa, and the Second Battle of Sirte, where it severely damaged the HMS Havock and the Kingston, both belonging to the British Royal Navy. The Littorio was later hit by a torpedo from a British Wellington Bomber. Towards the end of the war, the Italian ship was renamed as the Italia, before being surrendered to the Allies, following the Armistice of Cassibile. The Littorio has an impressive beam length of 32.950 metres, a draft length of 10.440 metres, and an overall length of 237.76 metres.

Littorio Weapons

A Turret (3x 15 in)

B Turret (3x 15 in)

Y Turret (3x 15 in)

Light Guns (12 x 6 in) AAA


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