эсминец это название применяеться только в россии, в остальных странах этот класс кораблей называеться уничтожители миноносцев (иль чего то там ещё) создавались для защиты крупых кораблей от маленьких торпедонесущих кораблей, оттуда и название Destroyer.
В остальных странах он зовётся Фрегат, кажися ...
Imperial Star Destroyer - ISD
по русски будет
Имперский Звёздный Разрушитель - ИЗР.
И ещё в английском Destroyer это эскадерный миноносец,
Мне что, каждому на пальцах ...?
This page is devoted to the common mile-long destroyer known to the forces of the Galactic Empire as the Imperator-class star destroyer, and colloquially known as Imperial star destroyer to rebel operatives. There exist other kinds of star destroyers in the Imperial Starfleet, but this commentary ignores them in order to focus exclusively on the most thoroughly observed class. [NB. This page does not deal with destroyers of Victory or Allegiance classes, nor any other class of Imperial warship.] Star destroyers are the smallest kind of Imperial warship seen in the STAR WARS cannon, but the existence of numerous other designs which are smaller and larger indicates that they are actually medium-sized warships.
The ship class was named after the Imperator in the Mandel blueprints of 1978, long before the present generation of references. With the exception of a few modest references in LucasArts games, the first-wave references have been unreasonably ignored by newer works, despite being generally just as accurate. The Mandel plans definitely precede the recent "Imperial-class" referencing.
The "Imperial-class" term created in the earliest second-generation spin-off books is an irrational desсription betraying an ignorant misinterpretation and misapplication of naval nomenclature, in addition to culpable neglect of the prior Mandel reference. Referring to a starship as an "Imperial-class star destroyer" is equivalent to talking about a "Japanese-class submarine" or nonsense of that kind. The "Imperial-class" designation is very commonly used in recent publications: it is a noxious weed propagating in the recent literature, reflecting conformity to lightly researched sourcebooks written during the merchandising lull of the 1980s. In these commentaries the common but unsupportable term is rationalised intra-textually as rebel slang, and the more formal and self-consistent "Imperator-class" is preferred instead.
In either case, the vessel may be abbreviated to the universally-understood acronym: ISD.
A Star Destroyer is a huge, triangular-shaped warship at the forefront of the Imperial Navy, the Star Destroyer was actually first designed and developed during the last years of the Old Republic. There are four main classes of Star Destroyer: the original Victory-class ships, developed by Rendili StarDrive for the Old Republic; their successor, the Imperial-I and Imperial-II class ships, developed by Kuat Drive Yards for the Empire; the huge Super-I class and Super-II class command ships; and the largest class, the Eclipse-class Star Destroyers. Like all capital ships, they were given names based on phrases and adjectives which described their strength and capabilities, such as Devastator and Agonizer. Luke Skywalker believed that Emperor Palpatine chose names which would also serve as a subconscious reminder to their crews that the ships were essentially the methods by which he corrupted people's souls.
Q: Why is the ISD called an Imperator-class Star Destroyer? I thought it was Imperial-class.
A: Original Lucasfilm archives say that it is actually an Imperator-class. Furthermore, sources say that the first ISD was named the Imperator, and since in Naval tradition a new class will be called by the first ship with this class it should be the Imperator-class. This matter is non-debatable!
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Откуда ты, уважаемый, такую ху_ню взял?!
Из истории ВМС ... Заарин, ты у меня допросишся, ... предатель бывший.
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