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Around the world with the battleships

Roman John Miller

Around the world with the battleships

by Roman John Miller

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Published by A. C. McClurg & co. in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. Navy -- Cruise, 1907-1909.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Roman J. Miller ... with introductory note by James B. Connolly ...
    ContributionsConnolly, James B. 1868-1957.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsVA58 .M58
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv p., 1 l., [19]-368 p.
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7012529M
    LC Control Number09027395
    OCLC/WorldCa1546871

    In mid Alabama, accompanied by three other battleships and three cruisers, steamed across the Atlantic for a visit to Portugal, followed by a tour of duty in the Mediterranean Sea. Her next major operation was the Atlantic Fleet's cruise around the World, which began at Hampton Roads, Virginia, in December The cruise of the Great White Fleet. On the warm, cloudy morning of Dec. 16, , President Theodore Roosevelt stood on the weather-deck of the presidential yacht Mayflower, anchored in the waters off Hampton Roads, flashed his famous broad, toothy smile and thought how "bully" it was to see a mighty armada of US battleships passing in review before him.

      Its presence on your shelf will not be in vain, as the photographs and information make for a good reference that will be used time and again. I thoroughly enjoyed and highly recommend Mark Stille’s Italian Battleships of World War II. Dr. Savoretti works with the United States Naval Shipbuilding Museum (USS Salem CA ) in Quincy, MA.   A Comparison of Modern Fast Battleships of WWII Sign in to follow this. I have found no source to verify this claim and Bagnasco's book clearly states that a rof of even rpm was only possible with a well-trained crew and at an elevation of 15 (that is to say, around 15º), was in the order of rounds per minute, or one round.

    These were some of great battleships from the World War 2 period. 1. The Yamato. Despite the devastating impact Japan’s carrier fleet had at Pearl Harbor, battleships were still important to the Imperial Japanese Navy. The IJN laid down the blueprints for five Yamato-class battleships during the s, but only two of them got built. (second class battleship) Sunk by explosion 15 Feb ; Floated and scuttled at sea 16 Mar USS Texas Aug / 1 Feb


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