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Illustrated memorial of the East Coast raids by the German Navy and airships

Illustrated memorial of the East Coast raids by the German Navy and airships

including authentic list of persons killed; showing representative pictures of the damage wrought in the various districts; together with an introduction by Harold Hood, F.R.P.S.

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Published by Hood & Co. in Middlesbrough .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementphotographs by H.G. Drake-Brockman, Frank Sutcliffe, and others.
The Physical Object
Pagination32p. ;
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17298984M

On 17 December , the ships of Task Fo seven fleet and six light carriers, eight battleships, 15 cruisers, and about 50 destroyers were operating about miles east of Luzon in the Philippine Sea. The carriers had just completed three days of heavy raids against Japanese airfields, suppressing enemy aircraft during the American amphibious operations against Mindoro in the. 6. Types of German Airships, Report: Das Starre Stahlluftschiff System Unger, Map: Skegness to Blakeney including the Wash/England, East Coast 7. German reports: Kriegsfahrt eines modernen, Mit Schutte Lanz Luftkreuzer S.L. &, 5 copies "Der Luftweg", 8. Album – Airships 9. Plans: Airships, LZ and Zeppelin

When World War II started in September , the German Kriegsmarine was not prepared to challenge the allied naval forces. Unlike the other arms of the German military, the naval construction plan (Z-Plan) had only started a few months before. Therefore the number and strength of available ships was not adequate for the needs of a major war. The Dover Patrol Monuments are a trio of war memorials designed by Sir Aston Webb to commemorate the Royal Navy's Dover Patrol of the First World War. Two identical granite memorial obelisks, 75 feet (23 m) high, were erected near Dover and Calais in and A third was erected in Brooklyn, New York, in The UK monument became a Grade II listed building in August , promoted to.

THE STRANGE ODYSSEY OF THE GERMAN U-BOAT U the Wanderling. Toward the end of World War II a German submarine from the Monsun Gruppe 33rd Flotilla operating out of Penang, Malaysia was said to have shown up at the La Palma Secret Base, a primitive submarine-pen hewn out of the jungle-like estuaries of Chiapas along Mexico's far southern reaches of the Pacific Coast by the . With the U.S. battle fleet still recovering from the damage of the Pearl Harbor attack, it was left to the “supporting” fleet to take the fight to the enemy. Not one battlewagon engaged in any of these early Pacific raids, which were combination carrier attacks and bombardments. Carriers began to show their beyond-the-horizon capabilities and cruisers provided the biggest guns. Through the.


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