HMS New Hood
HMS New Hood
Constructed: May 8th, 1946
Sunk: November 11th, 2011
Length: 860 ft 7 (262.3 m)
  • Turrets
  • Deck Guns
  • Anti Air Guns
Sister Ship: HMS Hood
  • Sunk by Bismarck on November 11th, 2011, Ship Sacrificed to let American Refugees Escape New England...


The HMS New Hood is the name of the fictional battle crusier replica of the HMS Hood that was sunk In 1941 during the second world war with Nazi Germany. She is destroyed by Nazi Germany in the range of  bow guns from The once sunken Bismark during the New England Evacuation of 2011 in the United Nazi War.

It sacrificed itself to allow the refugee vessels to escape, to the Royal Navy that was waiting outside the harbor.

History Edit


The New England EvacuationEdit

Legendary Sea Battle And SinkingEdit

On November 10th 2011 during the evening, immediately after Nazi Germany had conquered New York City, as well as about 91% of New England. a large number of refugees attempted to escape by sea from Uris Harbor on the coast of Northern Boston. Included in the rag-tag fleet of ships was Yachts Container ships, Cruise Ship,s and even Tankers, who tried in succeeding to get the Refugees out of New England's onslaught.

As the Nazi Advance began to close in on The entire coast, panic began to go insane with people trampling one another with German aircraft bombing the entire city of Boston reducing it into a large state of shattering ruble. Americans even went as far as building rafts from debris and paddling out of the harbor. As the United States National guard began to lose their ground about 3 miles away and the sounds of the war reaches Boston, the fleet of ships began to pull out of the harbor as fast as their engines can go.

Three Nazi Battleships then surprised the fleeing vessels by approaching them from from the sea. HMS New Hood — a newly constructed armed Replica of the HMS Hood that went down in 1941 had arrived from the city radioing the Fleeing ships that The Royal Navy had arrived, but could npt make it any closer to the coast due to U-Boats controlling the waters around New England.

The Royal navy attempted to enter the harbor at first, but were repelled about 20 miles away by both U-Boats, and Air attacks. Their fleet consisted of at least 5 Cruisers, and about 2 Destroyers.

However a ship managed to break through the U-Boat occupied water ways, and enter the harbor. It was known as the HMS New Hood, that was stated already above. Despite being outnumbered by both air, land, and ocean based threats, she raced to engage them but without firing, trying to maintain the element of surprise. In addition, the crowded and turbulent mass of refugee shipping stretched as far as Veir Harbor all the way to South Boston, giving the Germans more and more targets to destroy from above.

The Nazi's, whom were unfamiliar with British war ship, at first responded to New Hood's charge with only warning shots from the turrets of their Battleships, which was ineffective. After seeing the ship's continued advance, the Nazi's deployed their turrets on the New Hood, inflicting a great amount of damage.

She was, however, able to fire a shot into one of the Battleship ammunition cartridges in one of the Turrets blowing one of them to smithereens. She than was able to move passed quickly using the smoke from the SS Battleship as an advantage and managed to destroy the second Battleship by taking out the bridge causing her steer off course and crash, right into pier, than grounding onto the street.

New Hood's Destruction

New Hood's final moments before Sinking, on November 11th, 2011...

The Nazi's than began to pull air attacks from the civilian ships and began to focus their fire on the New Hood, giving the Refugees a chance to slip away, but their fleet was blocked a second time by the third Battleship. Despite the air attacks, the New Hood advanced toward the third Battle ship and managed to destroy it by opening fire and striking another ammo Dump on the 4th Turret blowing the ship in half.

With the water clear the Refugees moved on and headed for the sea where the Royal Navy was waiting, with Submarine countermeasure boats that they were using to prevent the U-Boats from sinking the civilian ships.

Despite being In sinking condition the crew above the New Hood Cheered realizing that the American Refugees have reached safety, but their cheers granted to a halt when a shell struck the stern of the New Hood sending out a large quality of smoke. The Refugees witnessed the attack and saw that much larger Battleship, known as the Bismarck, a German reconstruction of the sunken Battle Ship was advancing on the New Hood's six.

With steering and propulsion still functional, New Hood turned toward the sea, in an attempt to lead the Bismarck out into the open for the Royal Navy to sink her. However the Bismarck was able to shoot the New Hood's rear stern again causin the ship to give away and lose control.

Within hours the Bismarck fired one more shell and shot found her. The resulting explosion of her boilers and ammunition magazines destroyed the New Hood allowing it to suffer the same fate as her older counter part Hood in 1941.

Before the explosion and the sinking the surviving sailors of the New Hood managed to plow It's final movements into A Nazi Destroyer that has just showed up in the harbor, attempting to sink one of the Refuge ships, but the New Hood's last crash course responded to this by ramming Itself into the ships center. After hitting the Nazi Destroyer, the fire gave way, and the New Hood was annhilated.

Aftermath Edit

Post WarEdit


Trivia Edit

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