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British Naval History A website for historical discussions surrounding naval and maritime history, broadly conceived. Includes Articles, Blogs, Podcasts. Call for Papers: Historians of Twentieth Century United States Winter Symposium Eccles Centre for American Studies, British Library, London Saturday 18 February 2017 War and Confli[...]. In this episode, Sam discusses movies with Norm Wilner...
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An "Old Weather" Citizen Science Project involving thousands of people working together on the internet to transcribe weather and naval data. A collaboration that includes Zooniverse, University of Oxford, British Meteorological Office, US National Archives, US National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration, and Naval-History.Net. There is now a sister project Old Weather: Whaling, working with...
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A used, antiquarian, and out-of-print bookseller specializing in Maryland, Chesapeake Bay, naval and military history, Americana, and nautical and maritime books. Account of Abraham Lincoln's passage through Annapolis on his way to and from the Hampton Roads Conference where he and Secretary of...
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Stay tuned for more interesting classes. They will be posted here as soon as they are on the schedule. Live from the Front: A play depicting war correspondent on April 4, 2016 6:00 pm. 6 months in 1945 & Muskegon’s Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy on March 7, 2016 6:00 pm. Endurance—The Stories of our...
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Come tour a real World War 2 Submarine and visit our military museum in Muskegon, Michigan. Sleep overnight on the submarine! Retirements, rehearsals and corporate events. No matter what you have planned, imagine your event in our beautiful channel view room overlooking Muskegon Channel and a...
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Naval Air History is a blog about naval and maritime aviation through the ages. Aircraft, both lighter and heavier than air swiftly became an indispensable part of naval forces, essential for protecting and gaining sea power, and projecting power overseas. Within six years of the first powered flight, an aircraft had crossed the English Channel.…. My Sopwith Pup book is out - Warpaint Guides...
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Greta Zimmer Friedman, the woman in one of history’s most memorable photographs, passed away on 8 September at age 92 after suffering a number of ailments, according to her family. On 14 August 1945, she was a dental assistant who had wandered into Time Square when news broke of the Japanese surrender. Famed photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt’s photo of Zimmer being kissed by a stranger, Petty...
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Established in 1933 as the American Military History Foundation, renamed in 1939 the American Military Institute, and renamed again in 1990 the Society for Military History, the Society is devoted to stimulating and advancing the study of military history. Its membership (today more than 2700) has included many of the world's most prominent scholars, soldiers, and citizens interested in...
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If you’re interested in learning more about the Navy’s undersea operations, technology, combat, research, and salvage, you’ve come to the right place! Come for a visit or take a look around our website to see how exceptional people and cutting edge technology create an incredibly capable undersea force. Since 1960, ballistic missile submarines have patrolled the world’s oceans, deterring...
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The essential city guide for all things Pensacola. Great guide for living, working and playing in Pensacola. Pensacola is a far from boring town with something also to do. Feel the thrill of flight at the National Museum of Naval Aviation featuring over 140 meticulously restored aircraft representing Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard aviation history. Imagine soaring into the wild blue yonder...
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Dive into the secret world of Naval Special Warfare at The National Navy SEAL Museum and Memorial. Here you can explore the history of these legendary special. The National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum is the only museum dedicated solely to preserving the history of the U.S. Navy SEALs and their predecessors, including the Underwater Demolition Teams, Naval Combat Demolition Units, Office of Strategic...
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Mrs. Francis and Mr. Ives, compilers of “The Brown Shoes” (subtitled ‘Personal Histories of Flying Midshipmen and Other Naval Aviators of the Korean War Era,’) have created a significant history project about a little known era in the history of our country. This valuable history provides – in their own words and photographs – the personal memoirs of more than 400 Naval Aviators who served...
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The Association is a non-profit organization whose membership is comprised of naval ship museums and memorials around the world as well as individuals, businesses and organizations that promote our mission. We support the ships in our Fleet by being a networking and information hub linking our members to advance the preservation and promotion of all ships we represent. Read More. HNSA ships...
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Rare and out-of-print books on all subjects, specializing in military, aviation, naval, maritime, history, China and the Far East. Location: the small town of Brooks (population one thousand) is 12 miles inland from the midcoast city of Belfast, Maine. Please call ahead as we do most of our business by telephone or Internet and do not have regular store hours. Please search or browse our...
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The US Naval Cryptologic Veterans Association Homepage. We remember the men of Station Hypo and other, more remote sites during World War II. We are familiar with and honor the legions of women who helped build the aircraft, tanks, and ships. The contributions of the U.S. Navy’s female cryptologists were critical to helping the Allies win the Secret War. Members of the U.S. NCVA and FRUPAC are...
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History often overlooks Sir James Thornhill, mentioned occasionally as William Hogarth’s haughty father-in-law. Yet, in his day, the artist was a superstar, whose decoration of the Painted Hall earnt him a fortune, a knighthood, and widespread renown as the “greatest History painter this Kingdom ever produced.”. The Painted Hall is a great symbol of Britain's proud maritime past - so it was...
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Offering Creative Writing, Web Design, and Author Services. The series has often been called “The Russian Final Countdown,” after the popular movie that saw a Nimitz Class carrier displaced in time to December 6, 1941. It has took twenty volumes to finally reach Pearl Harbor, and loyal readers have eagerly supported the story from Book 1. Originally conceived as a naval thriller, the series has...
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European Philately with a broad stock of Germany, Austria, and Italy: Postal history of all types, but especially WWI-WWII Feldpost Covers, Naval History / Marineschiffspost, WWI postcards, WWII Propaganda, and Real Photo Postcards (RPPCs). Also documents and ephemera relating to any of the above. The auction season is really under way now, and I have a very busy schedule coming up, so will be...
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Step inside this architectural wonder in Sunset Park and explore the history of transportation and industry along Brooklyn's waterfront. This tour not only examines the site's fascinating military history, but its reinvention as a center of manufacturing today. These tasting tours of Midtown and the Financial District will not only introduce you to some of the best street food in New York City,...
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The Foundation for Coast Guard History is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote the recognition and prestige of the United States Coast Guard by emphasizing its illustrious past and contributions to the nation. You can participate by becoming a member. Members will be showing their special interest in our nation’s oldest continuous naval service, or maritime service. All...
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