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  Jean Bart - LoveToKnow 1911
JEAN BART (1651-1702), French naval commander, son of a fisherman, was born in Dunkirk on the 21st of October 1651.
The town of Dunkirk has honoured his memory by a statue and by naming a public square after him.
See Richer, Vie de Jean Bart (1780), and many editions since; Vanderest, Histoire de Jean Bart.
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  Jean Bart: biography and encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Jean Bart (October 21, 1651 - April 27, 1702) was a French (The Romance language spoken in France and in countries colonized by France) naval commander (Naval officer in command of a fleet of warships) of the 17th century.
Jean Bart (1886), a first class cruiser (A large fast warship; smaller than a battleship and larger than a destroyer) or 4800 tonnes.
Jean Bart (1910), a 23,600 tonne battleship (Large and heavily armoured warship), the first French dreadnought (Battleship that has big guns all of the same caliber).
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/j/je/jean_bart.htm   (336 words)

  
 Jean Bart le corsaire
Jean Bart met ensuite au point une tactique de guerre très moderne en utilisant des divisions de bateaux rapides et véritablement très maniables : les frégates.
Jean Bart réussit à s'emparer, au large de Texel, de près de 130 navires Hollandais chargés de blé.
Cette prise, fait de Jean Bart un héros national et il est alors anobli par Louis XIV le 4 août 1694.
www.encyclok.com /encyclopedie/jeanbart/jeanbart.php   (669 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Jean Bart   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Jean Bart (1940), a 50,000 tonne battleship armed with 380mm guns.
Jean Bart (October 21, 1651 - April 27, 1702) was a French naval commander.
The Jean Bart was fitted with a number of prototype equipements which were later incorporated in the La Fayette type frigates.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Jean-Bart   (1101 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Jean Bart (1940)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Derived from the Strasbourg class,Jean Bart (and her sistership Richelieu) were designed to counter the threat of the Italian Navy.
Jean Bart was laid down in December 1936 and launched on March 6, 1940.
On the 10th, Jean Bart opens fire again onto USS Augusta, much to the surprise of the American staff who though her silenced.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Jean-Bart-%281940%29   (546 words)

  
 Jean Bart (1949-1961) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Derived from the Strasbourg class, Jean Bart (and her sistership Richelieu) were designed to counter the threat of the Italian Navy.
On the 10th, Jean Bart opened fire again onto USS Augusta (CA-31), much to the surprise of the American staff who thought she had been silenced.
Subsequently, it was suggested that Jean Bart be completed in the USA (her sistership, the Richelieu, had undertaken refitting there), but this proved impossible for American industry.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jean_Bart_%281940%29   (530 words)

  
 Jean Bart:corsair/pirate
Corsair Jean Bart is the most famous son of Dunkerque, which is still proud of his heroic exploits on the high seas.
Jean Bart, his lieutenant Claude de Forbin and 20 men were imprisoned in Plymouth.
Jean Bart's new fleet had manouverable shallow-draft boats that could cross the sandbanks along the coast - firing guns and boarding English, Dutch and Spanish ships that had to keep to the channels leading to the ports.
www.theotherside.co.uk /tm-heritage/background/jean-bart.htm   (1403 words)

  
 Jean Bart
Jean Bart (1651—1702), French naval commander[?], son of a fisherman, was born in Dunkirk on the 21st of October 1651.
He served when young in the Dutch navy, but when war broke out between Louis XIV and the United Provinces in 1672 he entered the French service.
The text of this article is licensed under the GFDL.
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 Jean Bart - bymnews.com
The vessel, which will be named ‘Jean Bart’ after the most famous of Dunkerque’s corsairs, will be at the quay.
At present, a group of young people are building a 1/15th scale prototype of ‘Jean Bart’ - about 3.80 metres long — in the Dunkerque suburb, Grande Synthe.
The aim is to lay the keel of ‘Jean Bart’, at Gravelines, in April 2002, the 300th anniversary of the death of the famous corsair.
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 Le corsaire Jean Bart
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 Jean Bart   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Situated in the heart of the city, the Jean Bart place formerly called Royal Place, is in the meeting place of boulevards Alexandre IIIrd, Holy Beard, and Clémenceau' street.
In 1664, Jean Bart's reputation extends in the whole France, after texel's battle, the famine having snooped down on France, Jean Bart is put in charge of recovering goods extorded by dutch' corsairs, a job he carried out.
Jean Bart dies from a pneumonia when he was 52 years old receiving in Dunkerque a 70 canon' vessel built in Le Havre, he is buried in the choir of the church Saint Eloi.
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 Jean Bart - Metaweb   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Corsair Jean Bart is the most famous son of the port of Dunkirk, which is still proud of his heroic exploits on the high seas.
Jean Bart saved Paris from starving in 1694, by capturing a huge fleet of 150 ships carrying grain from the Baltic to Holland.
Many anecdotes are narrated of the courage and bluntness of the uncultivated sailor, who became the popular hero of the French naval service.The spirit of Jean Bart and the corsairs lives on in Dunkirk.
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 BB 59 Jean Bart
For three hours, the Jean Bart could not traverse the forward turret to bring her guns to bear on target.
This caused the flooding that settled the stern of Jean Bart to the bottom of her berth.
Jean Bart's main battery didn't score any hits on Massachusetts, but an 8 inch shore battery in the same battle did.
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 Bart, Jean on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
La statue de Jean Bart à Dunkerque Le corsaire Jean Bart est un héros indestructible dans sa ville de Dunkerque: 300 ans a.
La maquette du bateau le "Jean Bart" exposée à Dunkerque La construction du "Jean Bart", réplique d'un vaisseau de guerre.
La figure de proue de la maquette du bateau le "Jean Bart" Une association de passionnés d'histoire maritime s'apprête à l.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/B/Bart-J1ea.asp   (638 words)

  
 French catalogs -- Au Bon Marché: Jean Bart hat, 1911
Jean Bart was a French sailor of 16th century who turned to piracy.
This Jean Bart hat had a flexible brim which could be worn in several different weys.
The Jean Bart was replaced by the hat "Bob Marin" cap which is still to this day worn by boys.
histclo.com /fashion/store/mail/cou/fra/chron/1910/11/abm11jbh.html   (650 words)

  
 Hit and Run   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Comment by: Jean Bart at January 8, 2004 01:10 AM I can't really think of a good reason to post that in French, other than to draw attention to the fact that you are a francophone.
Comment by: Jean Bart at January 8, 2004 03:38 AM It seems strange that your first impulse is to treat me as a nationality as opposed to an individual.
Comment by: Jean Bart at January 8, 2004 05:09 AM My wife, who has a level of competency in Spanish comparable to yours in English, said as much when she started the book.
www.reason.com /hitandrun/2004/01/you_dont_have_t.shtml   (8151 words)

  
 Meet Jean
Buying a home is fun, not a chore, and it shows, in the way Jean finds buyers their homes, to the closing celebration party when the home of their dreams becomes a reality.
She is also a teacher, Jean wants you to fully understand each step of the home buying and selling process.
Jean recently helped my mother sell a piece of land that had been in our family since the 1920's.
www.housejeanie.com /Meet_Jean.htm   (1131 words)

  
 Post-Treaty Battleships (Part 1)
Atomic shells were developed for Wisconsin's guns, and they could/may have been for Jean Bart and Vanguard (such matters are secret, but the technology certainly existed during their lifetimes).
Jean Bart's designers initially looked at the Italian fleet (especially the Littorio's) as likely adversaries, and the Mediterranean as well as the Atlantic as potential scenes of conflict.
Against Jean Bart, I would rate her a toss-up (although I feel Vanguard was a bit better all around ship), and against Wisconsin I think the American 16in guns would have ultimately made the difference.
www.chuckhawks.com /post_treaty_battleships.htm   (2759 words)

  
 Jean Bart --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Bart also spelled Barth French privateer and naval officer, renowned for his skillful and daring achievements in the wars of Louis XIV.
French sculptor, painter, and poet Jean Arp was one of the leaders of the European avant-garde in the arts during the first half of the 20th century.
Until he was assassinated in 1914, Jean Jaurès was the most effective leader of the French socialist movement.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9013514   (751 words)

  
 ..:: JEAN BART ::..
D’un disque de Jean Bart, on sort avec une envie de lumière : on marcherait bien dans la rue, à vérifier les contours du réel, à les confronter à nos sensations de l’instant d’avant.
Artiste à part, Jean Bart charme par ses mots et ses émotions, par sa porte entrouverte sur une certaine intimité.
Après six années consacrées au théâtre, Jean Bart revient à la musique et à la chanson avec la sortie d’un nouvel album qui verra le jour courant 2007.
www.jean-bart.com /auteur.htm   (183 words)

  
 Lost Battalion Games - Brawling Battleships Steel™ - The Ships of Brawling Battleships Steel: France Battleship ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Jean Bart was part of the four-ship Courbet battleship class and was powered by coal-fired turbine engines with supplementary oil burners.
The ship was named in honor of Jean Bart (or “Barth″) (1651–1702), an outstanding French privateer who captured many British merchantmen and raided Newcastle during the wars of King Louis XIV.
During the war, she was stationed in the Mediterranean Sea and was damaged by two torpedoes from Austrian submarine U-12 in the Strait of Otranto on December 21, 1914, limping into Malta with over 1,000 tons of water on board.
www.lostbattalion.com /BB/Jean%20Bart.html   (460 words)

  
 Sweden 57 mm/60 (2.25") SAK Model 1950 and French 57 mm/60 (2.25") Model 1951
These guns were installed in a French-designed twin turret which was used on Jean Bart after World War II when she was extensively modernized and on new destroyer construction.
Jean Bart did not receive her guns until the winter of 1951-52, as production had been delayed by credit blockages in France during 1948-49.
Jean Bart as completed probably had the best conventional AA armament ever fitted to a battleship, but the effectiveness of these weapons in the jet age is questionable.
www.navweaps.com /Weapons/WNFR_57-60_m1951.htm   (524 words)

  
 Jean Bart Encyclopedia Article, Description, History and Biography @ SomethingPersonal.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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Image:StatuejeanbartWIKI.jpg Born in Dunkirk as the son of a fisherman, Bart served when young in the Dutch navy, but when war broke out between Louis XIV and the United Provinces in 1672 he entered the French service.
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 The Command Post - Iraq - 'Baghdad Boil' Disease Afflicts 148 GIs in Iraq   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Posted by: Jean Bart at December 5, 2003 09:48 PM "Not to sound arrogant, but France may be the most important country in the world today because of its mixture of Christian, Muslim and Jew.
Jean Bart, whom I butt heads with from time to time, said, " There is no room for anti-semitism in society; and attacks on a person due to their religious belief are an affront to the Republic no matter who is being attacked.
Posted by: Jean Bart at December 7, 2003 02:08 PM Let us for a moment believe the number of 40% are less than 3rd generation French.
www.command-post.org /2_archives/009025.html   (6316 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: FS Jean Bart   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Anti-submarine The Exocet is a French-built anti-ship missile made in various versions capable of being launched from surface ships and boats, submarines, and airplanes.
The Panther helicopter of the Cassard frigate transfering a light load to the Meuse Maneuvering of a Panther helicopter on the Cassard frigate The Eurocopter Panther is the military version of the Eurocopter Dauphin medium-weight multipurpose twin-engine helicopter and is manufactured by Eurocopter (originally by Aérospatiale).
The La Fayette class units are large multi-mission frigates built by DCN and operated by France (Marine Nationale), Saudi Arabia, Singapore (Republic of Singapore Navy) and Taiwan.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/FS-Jean-Bart   (530 words)

  
 Jean Bart
Né à Dunkerque le 21 octobre 1650, Jean Bart commence à naviguer dès l'âge de 12 ans.
Chargé en 1689 avec Forbin de conduire un convoi de Dunkerque à Brest, Jean Bart est fait prisonnier par les Anglais, s'évade et revient à Saint-Malo en traversant la Manche en canot.
La France a depuis rendu hommage à Jean Bart en donnant son nom à 9 bâtiments de la Marine.
www.netmarine.net /bat/fregates/jeanbart/celebre.htm   (263 words)

  
 French 380 mm/45 (14.96") Model 1935
Jean Bart had only Turret I guns installed when France fell in May 1940.
During Richelieu's refit in the USA in 1943, three of her ruined guns were replaced by guns removed from Jean Bart's Turret I. It is apparently untrue that Richelieu's guns were rebored out to 15.0" (38.1 cm) during this time, as French records indicate that they remained at 380 mm (14.96").
When Jean Bart was completed post-war, she could then achieve a rate of fire of nearly two rounds per minute.
www.navweaps.com /Weapons/WNFR_15-45_m1935.htm   (1315 words)

  
 The Command Post - Op-Ed - The EU Constitution has 230 pages?!   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Posted by: Jean Bart at November 13, 2003 11:17 AM "A new article outlines how a member states would leave the EU: "A member state which decides to withdraw shall notify the Council of its intention...
Posted by: Jean Bart at November 13, 2003 02:39 PM "Actually, it is as simple as just leaving; the neccessary implication of the clause is that in fact, at best, the EU can negotiate the withdrawl from the EU, they can't stop it.
Posted by: Jean Bart at November 15, 2003 01:21 PM The argument here over the EU, as I understand it, is "what is the nature of this union" and we are not interested in the NAMES that people give it, what type of union is it REALLY.
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Reconstruction of Jean Bart 1946 to 1951- Coverage of the completion of the battleship with six tables.
The Service Career of Jean Bart- This chapter is more of a ship characteristic and capability study rather than a service history, with eight tables.
Document Annexes- Extracts of official reports of battle damage sustained by Jean Bart at Casablanca, received from USS Massachusetts on November 8 and 9, 1942, with seven drawings.
www.steelnavy.com /MEDunkerque.htm   (973 words)

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