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Majestic II SP-3061 - History

Majestic II SP-3061 - History

MajesticII(SP-3061: t. 717; 1. 201& 39;10& 34;; b. 30& 39;; dr. 10& 39;3& 34;; s. 12 k.;cpl. 27)The second Majestic (SP-3061), a steel-hulled, paddlewheel steamer, was built in 1903 at Elizabethport, N.J., as Happy Day; chartered by the Navy 30 August 1918 from Potomac & Chesapeake Steamboat Co.; and commissioned the same day.

Operation Sea Lion

Operation Sea Lion

A detailed account of Operation Sea Lion in the Second World War that includes includes images, quotations and the main events of the subject. Key Stage 3. GCSE British History. A-level. 17th May, 2019

Ukrainian Burial Mound Dig Reveals 5,500-Year-Old Stonehenge-like Structure

Ukrainian Burial Mound Dig Reveals 5,500-Year-Old Stonehenge-like Structure

Scythians and other warring cultures and the archaeological remnants of their history are under attack by developers in Ukraine looking to construct new luxury country homes.

Philip Skippon, Parliamentary General

Philip Skippon, Parliamentary General

Philip Skippon Professional soldier and dedicated Parliamentarian during the Civil War. He had over a decade of experience fighting on the continent (Thirty Years War), before being admitted to the Artillery Company in 1639. Clarenden described him as & 39;a man of good order and sobriety& 39; although & 39;altogether illiterate& 39;, somewhat unfairly as Skippon published three devotional works for soldiers, including & 39;The Christian Centurion& 39;, a book of his own private devotions.

REvolutionary STudy Guide Starting with S - History

REvolutionary STudy Guide Starting with S - History

.Salutary neglect - This term had been used to describe the British Parliament& 39;s attitude toward the thirteen colonies until approximately the end of the French and Indian War (1754-1763). Although legislation such as the Navigation Acts (1650-1750) imposed restrictions of trade and manufacturing, such laws were poorly enforced.

USS Gregory (DD-82), c.1918

USS Gregory (DD-82), c.1918

USS Gregory (DD-82), c.1918 This picture shows the Wickes class destroyer USS Gregory (DD-82) in an unknown port, probably during 1918 or possibly 1919. U.S.