Naval Strength of Major Powers (1922)

 

Washington Treaty countries
  France Italy Japan U.K. U.S.A.
Battleships 10 6 9 20 19
Pre-dreadnoughts 1 4 13 1 -
Battlecruisers - - 4 8 -
Monitors - 1 - 8 -
Aircraft Carriers - - - 6 1
Armoured Cruisers 14 5 11 - 11
Protected Cruisers - 4 7 - 9
Light Cruisers 5 5 13 56 13
Destroyers 48 75 115 299 318
Submarines 47 43 46 81 125
Sloops 54 - - 35 -
Torpedo Boats 14 21 - - -
Minesweepers 31 45 - - -
Minelayers - 5 3 - -
Gunboats - 10 13 - 10
Other - 5 - 18 -

 

Non-treaty countries
  Germany U.S.S.R.
Battleships - 4
Pre-dreadnoughts 8 4
Battlecruisers - -
Monitors - -
Aircraft Carriers - -
Armoured Cruisers - 1
Protected Cruisers - 2
Light Cruisers 8 -
Destroyers 12 27
Submarines - 14
Sloops - -
Torpedo Boats 20 9
Minesweepers 37 -
Minelayers - -
Gunboats - 3
Other - -

 

Notes:

(1) Pre-dreadnoughts include coastal defense battleships.

(2) Italian submarines were classified as sea-going (4), ocean-going (6), and coastal (33). Italian destroyers includes 9 torpedo vessels/scouts reclassified as destroyers in 1938.

(3) Japanese destroyers were classified as first class (33), second class (51), and third class (31). Most third class were converted to minesweepers after the Treaty. Japanese submarines were classified as third class (10), and second class (36).

(4) Italy other inclues 4 scouts and 1 torpedo cruiser; U.K. other includes 13 flotilla leaders; U.S.S.R. other includes 3 river monitors.

Source: Compiled from Conway's All The World's Fighting Ships 1922-1946.