The war at sea. Atlantic convoys The Halifax explosion. Canada’s main role in the war at sea. Canada’s main role in the war at sea was to transport food and munitions to Britain but the Germans didn’t want this so they declared a war zone in the waters around the British Isles.By kalea
I've... seen things you people wouldn't believe... Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched c-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those... moments... will be lost in time, like tears... in... rain. Time... to die.By jarrod-eaton
World War I. “The Great War”. The Domino Effect. June 28, 1914 – Archduke Franz Ferdinand & wife Sophie killed in Sarajevo by Gavrilo Princip (a Bosnian nationalist) July 28,1914 – Austria-Hungary, convinced Serbia was behind the assassination, declares war on SerbiaBy edithwalker
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Improvements in Transportation Ships: Wooden ships → Iron ships → Steel ships Wind-powered sails → Steam-powered boilers Trains Automobiles Communication improved Telegraph Telephone Radio. The factory system was developed to replace the domestic system. --Production was faster
Ships. Famous Ships, Lingo, and how the parts work. The Phoenicians and Thor Heyerdahl. The Turtle. Was part of the first battle between ironclad ships Was sunk, now part of a marine sanctuary. USS Monitor. USS Nautilus and Enterprise. Sailed on by Charles Darwin. HMS Beagle.
Attack Attack ! . by Mitchell klunk. Beginning of attack attack. They first stared out in Westerville, Ohio With band Austin carlilol Andrew Wetzel Ricky Lortz , Andrew Whiting, Nick White, Caleb Shomo , Johnny Franck. Members who have left .
Powering ships:. The physics of propulsion. Session outline:. Why shipping is important What physics has to do with it: the theory behind propulsion. Did you know?. British shipping earns the UK economy £162 per second!* *SeaVision UK. Why shipping is important.
The Longship. The longship was very fast. Why was this important to the Vikings?What was the longship used forWhich feature of the longship controls its direction?What clues on the ship tells you that it was used for war?Do you think that the picture is of a longship at sea or in harbour?Is the
Viking Ships. Anatomy of a Viking Ship. Planks Heavy wooden keel Prow Square sail Tall central mast Steering oar Oar Shields Seats Figurehead. Provincial Roman or Germanic, 4th-6th century AD From the River Schelde near Appels , Oost Vlaanderen , Belgium (British Museum).
Viking Ships. Examining the archaeological evidence of ships in Norway and Denmark, and its impact on our understanding of Viking nautical technology. Map of regions discussed. Gokstad Oseberg Tune Skuldelev. Visual Glossary. Bulkhead. A strake (layer of planks). Scarf. å. â.
CRUISE SHIPS. By: Matthew Gillis 6B. The Beginning. The Prinzessin Victoria Luise. POSITIVES. POSITIVES. POSITIVES. POSITIVES. POSITIVES. NEGATIVES. NEGATIVES. NEGATIVES. Finance. $ 350,000,000 -$800,000,000 for one ship!!!. Manager/Producer Matthew A. C. Gillis Sources