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Roman Trade & Economy

Roman Trade & Economy

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Tarbell DD- 142 - History

Tarbell DD- 142 - History

Tarbell(Destroyer No. 142: dp. 1,090; 1. 314& 39;4~& 34;; b. 30& 39;11& 34; (wl.); dr. 9& 39;10Y4& 34; (full); s. 36.12 k. (tl.); cpl. 122;a. 4 4& 34;, 2 3& 34;, 12 21& 34; tt.; cl. Wickes)Tarbell (Destroyer No. 142) was laid down on 31 December 1917 at Philadelphia, Pa., by William Cramp & Sons Ship & Engine Building Co.

The Memoirs of General Ulysses S. Grant

The Memoirs of General Ulysses S. Grant

I was obliged to remain in San Francisco for several days before I found a vessel. This gave me a good opportunity of comparing the San Francisco of 1852 with that of 1853. As before stated, there had been but one wharf in front of the city in 1852—Long Wharf. In 1853 the town had grown out into the bay beyond what was the end of this wharf when I first saw it.

No. 682 Squadron (RAF): Second World War

No. 682 Squadron (RAF): Second World War

No. 682 Squadron (RAF) during the Second World WarAircraft - Locations - Group and Duty - BooksNo.682 Squadron was a photographic reconnaissance unit that operated in the western and central Mediterranean during 1943 before moving to Italy where it remained for the rest of the war.The squadron was formed in February 1943 at Maison Blanche by re-designating No.

Lt D.W. Gay's War Effort - Raid 32

Lt D.W. Gay's War Effort - Raid 32

Lt D.W. Gay& 39;s War Effort - Raid 32 This page from Lt D.W. Gay& 39;s & 39;War Effort& 39; covers Raid 32.Raid 32 was an attack on marshalling yards at Gemona on 11 April 1945 and was a & 39;lemon& 39;, after the wind was over-estimated thus making the settings in the bomb site inaccurate. As a result the bombs overshot their target.

HMS Caesar

HMS Caesar

HMS CaesarHMS Caesar was a Majestic class battleship that took part in the fighting on the Belgian coast in 1914 before spending most of the rest of the First World War on the North American and West Indies station. Before the war she had been one of the few members of her class to serve overseas, with the Mediterranean fleet from 1898 to 1903.