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Invincible Class Aircraft Carrier

Invincible Class Aircraft Carrier

Invincible Class Aircraft Carrier With the demise of the CVA-01, the future looked bleak for fixed wing flying in the Royal Navy. There was still a requirement to fly anti-submarine helicopters though, and for a new class of ship to act as the command and control centre for a task force. Thus in 1966 - 67 a Naval Staff Requirement was issued with respect to a Command Cruiser that could fulfil that function, displace 12,500 tons (later to 17,500), carry six Sea King helicopters, the Sea Dart surface-to-air missile system and have a crew of around 1,000 personnel.

Bucket Held by an Apkallu, Nimrud

Bucket Held by an Apkallu, Nimrud

Alabaster bas-relief detail showing an Apkallu holding a bucket-like object. Neo-Assyrian Period, 865-860 BCE. Detail of a panel from Room I, the North-West Palace at Nimrud, modern-day Iraq. (The British...

29 January 1943

29 January 1943

29 January 1943January 1943 >February North AfricaArmoured cars from the British 8th Army cross the border between Tripolitania and TunisiaHow to cite this article: Rickard, J (28 December 2007), 29 January 1943, http://www.

William Seward

William Seward

William Seward (1801-1872) was a politician who served as governor of New York, as a U.S. senator and as secretary of state during the Civil War (1861-65). Seward spent his early career as a lawyer before winning a seat in the New York State Senate in 1830. An ardent abolitionist, Seward later served as New York’s 12th governor and then as a member of the U.

Christopher Columbus' biography

Christopher Columbus' biography

Christopher Columbus was born, almost certainly, in Genoa on October 30, 1451 and is one of the most important characters not only in the Modern Age, but in the history of mankind.Biography of Christopher Columbus He was the son of Domeneghino Colombo and Susana Fontanarossa and had two brothers Bartolomé and Diego.

Genetic map of the Iberian Peninsula of the last 8,000 years

Genetic map of the Iberian Peninsula of the last 8,000 years

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