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Battle Tactics of the American Revolution, Robbie MacNiven

Battle Tactics of the American Revolution, Robbie MacNiven

Battle Tactics of the American Revolution, Robbie MacNivenBattle Tactics of the American Revolution, Robbie MacNivenElite 238This is a very large topic, covering four different players – the British, the American patriots (not just the Continental Army), the Germans and the French. The first two are further subdivided to regular troops (British army and Continental Army), local forces, militias, and Native American allies, each with their own tactics and effectiveness.

1,500-year-old archaeological remains found in Bolivia

1,500-year-old archaeological remains found in Bolivia

Workers who leveled a piece of land in Yapacaní (Santa Cruz, Bolivia), have found a 1,500-year-old vessel, which could belong to the Yurakaré culture or another still unknown, according to the archaeologist of the Government of Santa Cruz, Danilo Drakic, who He arrived at the place to carry out studies of the vessel that apparently contains human remains.

Battle of Castagnaro, 11 March 1387 (Italy)

Battle of Castagnaro, 11 March 1387 (Italy)

Battle of Castagnaro, 11 March 1387 (Italy) Battle in a conflict between Padua on one side and Venice and Verona on the other. Francesco de Carrara, lord of Padua, hired a large mercenary army, and put the English condottier, John Hawkwood, in charge. His force may have been close to seven thousand strong, while his opponents mustered over eleven thousand men.

HMS Beagle notebooks digitized

HMS Beagle notebooks digitized

Good news has recently appeared for lovers of history and life in all respects as most of the pencil and watercolor drawings made by Conrad Martens, Charles Darwin's partner on HMS Beagle, have been digitized. and made available to everyone on the website of the Cambridge University Library Digital Library.

J. A. Palmer SP-319 - History

J. A. Palmer SP-319 - History

J. Palmer SP-319J. PalmerA former name retained.(SP-319: t. 276; 1. 155& 39;; b. 22& 39;; dr. 12& 39;; s. 12 k.; a. 2 1-pdrs.)J. Palmer (SP-319), or Palmer, a wooden fishing vessel, was built in 1912 by Jackson and Sharpe, Wilmington, Del.; purchased by the Navy from her owners, C. E. Davis Packing Co.

USS White Plains (CVE-66) at San Diego

USS White Plains (CVE-66) at San Diego

USS White Plains (CVE-66) at San Diego Here we see the Casablanca class escort carrier White Plains (CVE-66) at San Diego in April 1944.How to cite this article:Rickard, J (31 January 2020), USS White Plains (CVE-66) at San Diego , http://www.