The following is a bit of fallout from my ongoing AU efforts, but there might be coming a few more (it's near impossible to find decent drawings with underwater hulls of British World War I destroyers). Don't expect them anytime soon however; anyone wishing to draw British destroyers from this era is invited to use this thread.
Four good-sized destroyers built by Hawthorn Leslie, either on order of the Ottoman government (which however kept no records whatsoever about this deal) or on speculation, sources vary. They carried five 102mm guns (two abreast on the forecastle!) and four 533mm torpedo tubes. All four commissioned early in 1916 (HMS Talisman, HMS Termagant, HMS Trident and HMS Turbulent) and fought at Jutland, where Turbulent was rammed by the battleship Westfalen, cut in half and sunk with all hands.
Talisman was later painted in dazzle camouflage.
Although they were held in high esteem (their underwater hull form was adopted for the V/W-class), the survivors were scrapped in 1921.