Lately I've been trying to wrap my head around just what Remembrance is supposed to look like. Something along the lines of Lexington seems to be a popular choice because it was converted from a battlecruiser but some of the text doesn't really support that. According to the text we know that: Remembrance began construction as a weird sort of battlecruiser "ocean monitor" before its conversion in 1917 It carries 36 biplanes while Sandwich Islands carried double that It's around the same displacement as Sandwich Islands It kept its 5" guns in sponsons below the flight deck Received radar/Y-range equipment in 1940 refits The two key factors to me are the aircraft count and displacement compared to Sandwich Islands. Looking at historical aircraft carriers, it could be reasonably concluded that Sandwich Islands is roughly equivalent to the OTL USS Ranger, which was built from the keel up as an aircraft carrier and carried 72 aircraft. What confuses me about this however is that would put Remembrance around the same tier as the USS Langley, which I'm a bit iffy on. One final clue, however, is the first edition cover of The Center Cannot Hold, which features an image of Remembrance: My only problem with this depiction is it seems too modern for a carrier commissioned right after the Great War and which saw service in Ireland almost immediately after. So far I'm at a loss of what to do for this and would like to see if any of you have any input.