German battlecruiser SMS Goeben - transferred to the Turkish navy in 1914, she was not scrapped until 1970. She was a sister of SMS Moltke, which served with the main High Seas Fleet in the North Sea / Baltic throughout WW1.
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The Ottoman ironclad Mesudiye was originally a central-battery ironclad of the Ottoman Navy, first commissioned in 1875, rebuilt into a pre-dreadnaught type vessel in 1903, and serving until sunk by a British submarine in 1914. As originally constructed, the Mesudiye was one of a number of armoured warships ordered by Sultan Abdülaziz from Britain, Austria-Hungary and France. She was ordered from the Thames Iron Works in 1871, laid down in 1872, and launched in 1874.