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The World Encyclopedia of Submarines, Destroyers & Frigates: Features 1300 wartime and modern identification photographs: a history of destroyers, ... of over 380 warships and submarines
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Originally designed for the Navy for use inside submarines, round sunglasses with a 23-karat gold-plate finish add a retro note to your look. Color(s): gold/ grey. Brand: Randolph Engineering. Style Name: Randolph Engineering 'P3 Retro' 49mm $169.00
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120712-N-KL795-139 by U.S. Pacific Fleet PACIFIC OCEAN (July 12, 2012) Mexican Marines fast rope from a Mexican MI-17 during RIMPAC 2012. Twenty-two nations, more than 40 ships and submarines, more than 200 aircraft and 25,000 personnel are participating in RIMPAC exercise from June 29 to Aug. 3
Designed by Ox & Bull Trading Co, this charming silk bow features a print pattern of stripes and submarines. Disclaimer: do not wear under water. Color(s): gray. Brand: Cufflinks Inc. Style Name: Cufflinks, Inc. 'Submarine Stripe' Silk Bow Tie (Big $25.00
At the end of World War II, Allied Occupation forces found hundreds of midget submarines built and being built in Japan, including large numbers of the “Koryu” type. Many of these boats were in massed groups at shipyards and naval bases.
Portrait of the German submarine officer Lieutenant-Commander Wilhelm Rollmann (1907-1943), skipper of the submarines U-34, U-847 and U-848. Wilhelm Rollmann and his entire crew were killed in action on 5 November 1943 when U-848 was sunk by depth charges from three Liberator and two Mitchell aircraft from the United States Navy Squadron VB-107 and the US Army 1st Composite Squadron south-west of Ascension Island.