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U.S.Navy Monitor Puritan.

U.S.Navy Monitor Puritan.

1899 vintage 12 in Formidable class pre-dreadnought HMS Venerable - such obsolete ships did not serve with the Scapa Flow based Grand Fleet in WW1, but she saw active service with the Channel Fleet and in the Dardanelles, being scrapped shortly after the conclusion of hostilities.

1899 vintage 12 in Formidable class pre-dreadnought HMS Venerable - such obsolete ships did not serve with the Scapa Flow based Grand Fleet in WW1, but she saw active service with the Channel Fleet and in the Dardanelles, being scrapped shortly after the conclusion of hostilities.

Colorized photo of the French battleship Charlemagne, launched in 1895

Colorized photo of the French battleship Charlemagne, launched in 1895

The first song I learned on the banjo back in 1978...Cripple Creek.

The first song I learned on the banjo back in 1978...Cripple Creek.

1898 Print Spanish American War Battleship San Francisco John A. Howell SAW1

1898 Print Spanish American War Battleship San Francisco John A. Howell SAW1

Muskö naval base [564  876]

Muskö naval base [564 876]

LA BATALLA DE LEPANTO.

LA BATALLA DE LEPANTO.

Disposición de las defensas de Cartagena de Indias y líneas de ataque principal y secundarias de los ingleses.

Disposición de las defensas de Cartagena de Indias y líneas de ataque principal y secundarias de los ingleses.

Carte de la Gaule Romaine : cliquer sur l'image pour la voir en grand format

Carte de la Gaule Romaine : cliquer sur l'image pour la voir en grand format

USS Conestoga, photographed during the Civil War History Name: USS Conestoga Namesake: Conestoga wagon Fate: Sunk, 1864 General characteristics Displacement: 572 ton Propulsion: Side wheeled steamer USS Conestoga was originally a civilian side-wheel towboat built at Brownsville, Pennsylvania, in 1859. She was acquired by the U.S. Army in June 1861 and converted to a 572 ton "timberclad" river gunboat for use by the Western Gunboat Flotilla, with officers provided by the navy.

USS Conestoga, photographed during the Civil War History Name: USS Conestoga Namesake: Conestoga wagon Fate: Sunk, 1864 General characteristics Displacement: 572 ton Propulsion: Side wheeled steamer USS Conestoga was originally a civilian side-wheel towboat built at Brownsville, Pennsylvania, in 1859. She was acquired by the U.S. Army in June 1861 and converted to a 572 ton "timberclad" river gunboat for use by the Western Gunboat Flotilla, with officers provided by the navy.