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HMS Lochinvar from the right

HMS Lochinvar from the right

HMS Lochinvar from the right Here we see the Laferoy class destroyer HMS Lochinvar from the right, close to the Royal Albert Bridge at Plymouth. A second destroyer can be at the left, possibly HMS Lawford, which carried the number H.53 at the same that as the Lochinvar was F.42.© IWM Q 75153How to cite this article:Rickard, J (14 November 2020), HMS Lochinvar from the right , http://www.

LaGG-3 from the Left

LaGG-3 from the Left

LaGG-3 from the Left Here we see a Lavochkin-Gorbunov-Gudkov LaGG-3 from the left. The LaGG-3 had a fairly standard layout for a fighter of its period, with the rear of the fuselage faired straight into the tail. The LaGG-3 used an inline engine, while the later La-5 and La-7 used radial engines.How to cite this article:Rickard, J (5 October 2019), LaGG-3 from the Left , http://www.

Manuel Artime

Manuel Artime

Biography of Manuel Artime

How much influence did the Zimmerman Telegram have? [duplicate]

How much influence did the Zimmerman Telegram have? [duplicate]

The Zimmerman telegram provoked USA to join WW1 against Germany. If the telegram hadn't been sent, would USA have entered war against Germany? The reason I ask is because it seems very strange.

Which ranks of concubine resided in the gong and yuan respectively?

Which ranks of concubine resided in the gong and yuan respectively?

Background/ TLDR Having at long last gained access to this source by a certain Mr. Woo and with the support of the answers to my previous question I can finally gather some statistics on succession…

Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein

The German-born physicist Albert Einstein developed the first of his groundbreaking theories while working as a clerk in the Swiss patent office in Bern. After making his name with four scientific articles published in 1905, he went on to win worldwide fame for his general theory of relativity and a Nobel Prize in 1921 for his explanation of the phenomenon known as the photoelectric effect.