15 cm SK L/35

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The 15 cm Schnelladekanone Länge 35, abbreviated as 15 cm SK L/35, was a German naval gun developed in the years before World War I that armed a variety of warships from different nations.wikipedia
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NMS Elisabeta

ElisabetaNMS ''Elisabeta
The ship's main armament consisted of four single 15 cm/35-caliber Krupp breech-loading guns on pivot mounts in semi-circular sponsons on the side of the ship.

Naniwa-class cruiser

Naniwa''-classNaniwa''-class protected cruiserNaniwa-class
Secondary armament was initially six 150 mm L/35 Krupp cannons mounted in semi-circular sponsons on the main deck, with 450 rounds per gun.

Kaiser Franz Joseph I-class cruiser

Kaiser Franz Joseph I-classnamesake class
The ships' secondary armament consisted of six 15 cm SK L/35 guns, mounted in casemates amidships with three on either side.

SMS Kaiserin Augusta

SMS ''Kaiserin AugustaKaiserin Augusta
In 1893–1895, during a refit to correct defects in her construction, her armament was updated; the old 15 cm and 10.5 cm guns were replaced with twelve 15 cm SK L/35 guns that had a maximum range of 12600 m. The guns were supplied with a total of 1,064 shells; like the previous battery, these guns were placed in casemates in the hull.

Spanish cruiser Castilla

Castilla
The original main battery of Armstrong-built 8 in guns was obsolescent when she was completed, and were quickly replaced with more modern Krupp-built guns, with the 5.9 in guns mounted in sponsons.

SMS Kaiserin und Königin Maria Theresia

SMS Kaiserin Und Konigin Maria Theresia
For defense against torpedo boats, she also carried eight Krupp 15 cm SK L/35 guns, twelve Skoda 47 mm L/44 guns, six Hotchkiss 47 mm L/33 guns, and a pair of 7 cm L/18 landing guns; these guns were primarily mounted in casemates or sponsons.

Chinese ironclad Zhenyuan

ZhenyuanChen YuenChin'en
Her armament consisted of four 12 in 25 calibre Krupp breech-loading guns in two barbettes one either side with a secondary armament of two 5.9 in 35 calibre Krupp breech-loaders placed fore and aft.

Irene-class cruiser

Irene''-classIrene''-class cruiserIrene-class
The ships' armament was significantly improved; the four L/30 guns were replaced with 15 cm SK L/35 guns with an increased range of 10000 m. Eight 10.5 cm SK L/35 quick-firing (QF) guns were installed in place of the L/22 guns, and six 5 cm SK L/40 QF guns were added.

Spanish cruiser Navarra

NavarraSpanish Navy cruiser ''Navarra
The original main battery of Armstrong-built 8 in guns was obsolescent when she was completed, and were quickly replaced with more modern Krupp-built guns, with the 5.9 in guns mounted in sponsons.

SMS Kronprinzessin Erzherzogin Stephanie

The main battery was supported by a secondary battery of six 15 cm 35-caliber guns, also built by Krupp.

Chinese cruiser Laiyuan

Lai YuenLaiyuan
The secondary armament consisted of two 6-inch (149 mm) Krupp guns mounted on sponsons on either side of the deck.

Chinese cruiser Jiyuan

SaienJiyuanChi Yuan
She had a further 5.9 in Krupp gun mounted in a rear barbette, five Hotchkiss guns and four above water mounted torpedo tubes.

Dingyuan-class ironclad

DingyuanDingyuan''-class
The secondary battery consisted of two 5.9 in guns mounted individually, one on the bow and the other on the stern.

Danish ironclad Gorm

GormDanish ironclad ''GormHDMS Gorm
The 254-millimeter guns were ultimately replaced by a pair of QF 150 mm guns.

Evertsen-class coastal defence ship

Evertsen-class
Secondary armament included two single 15 cm guns and six single 7.5 cm guns.

HNLMS Sumatra (1890)

HNLMS Sumatra
Sumatra had the 8.2-inch gun forward and the 5.9-inch gun aft, both in shields, with sponsons on the sides for the two 4.7-inch guns.

World War I

First World WarGreat WarWorld War One
The 15 cm Schnelladekanone Länge 35, abbreviated as 15 cm SK L/35, was a German naval gun developed in the years before World War I that armed a variety of warships from different nations.

Austro-Hungarian Navy

Austrian NavyAustro-HungarianNavy
The navies of Austria-Hungary, China, Denmark, Japan, The Netherlands, The Ottoman Empire, Romania and Spain all used this gun.

Imperial Chinese Navy

Imperial NavyQing NavyQing admiral
The navies of Austria-Hungary, China, Denmark, Japan, The Netherlands, The Ottoman Empire, Romania and Spain all used this gun.

Royal Danish Navy

Danish NavyNavyDanish Royal Navy
The navies of Austria-Hungary, China, Denmark, Japan, The Netherlands, The Ottoman Empire, Romania and Spain all used this gun.

Imperial Japanese Navy

JapaneseJapanese NavyJapanese Imperial Navy
The navies of Austria-Hungary, China, Denmark, Japan, The Netherlands, The Ottoman Empire, Romania and Spain all used this gun.

Royal Netherlands Navy

Dutch NavyRoyal Dutch NavyDutch
The navies of Austria-Hungary, China, Denmark, Japan, The Netherlands, The Ottoman Empire, Romania and Spain all used this gun.

Ottoman Navy

Ottoman fleetNavyOttoman
The navies of Austria-Hungary, China, Denmark, Japan, The Netherlands, The Ottoman Empire, Romania and Spain all used this gun.