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  greekworks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The insistence of the Greek navy to proceed with the acquisition of its three Knox-class frigates cannot be held against the Greek American community, of course.
The Greek navy’s worst decision, however, was to turn its lease agreement into clear-cut ownership (after all the shortfalls were obvious), which permitted the upgrade of the weapons, armor, and equipment suite, but also meant a long-term commitment to ships that were clearly inadequate and cost-ineffective.
This in turn meant that the Greek navy could significantly increase its capabilities in the short term, permitting itself enough time during the next 10 years to organize a well-structured replacement program, while the emerging AAW technologies would also be mature enough and less risky to invest in.
www.greekworks.com /content/index.php/weblog/extended/greek_arms_purchases_the_us_and_the_greek_american_community   (2520 words)

  
 World Battleships List: US Predreadnought Battleships
Was originally classified as a battleship, but in 1894 was given the more appropriate classification of second class battleship.
Was the only battleship not named for a state; named by an act of Congress to honor the Kearsarge of Civil War fame.
Were the first US battleships to use high-velocity main guns, and the first with KC armor, which allowed equal protection with thinner armor.
www.hazegray.org /navhist/battleships/us_pd.htm   (6548 words)

  
 Project 1 - Battleships!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The crosses represent the battleships, and each player puts them in positions that the other player is unlikely to choose.
In this case, the array would be referred to as my_grid inside the function and would have a maximum index of 9 (not 10) in both directions.
In proper versions of Battleships, there are different kinds of ships - submarines occupying one square, cruisers occupying two neighbouring squares, frigates taking up three etc. - which adds a degree of skill to the game.
members.tripod.com /~RichardBowles/cpp/projects/proj4.htm   (5483 words)

  
 USS Missouri (BB 63)
The fourth MISSOURI, the last battleship completed by the United States, was laid down 6 January 1941 by New York Naval Shipyard; launched 29 January 1944; sponsored by Miss Margaret Truman, daughter of then Senator from MISSOURI Harry S Truman, later President; and commissioned 11 June 1944, Capt. William M. Callaghan in command.
The battleship put to sea 27 January to serve in the screen of the LEXINGTON carrier task group of Mitscher's TF 58, and on 16 February her flattops launched the first air strikes against Japan since the famed Doolittle raid that had been launched from carrier HORNET in April 1942.
Now the only U.S. battleship in commission, MISSOURI was proceeding seaward on a training mission from Hampton Roads early 17 January when she ran aground at a point 1.6 miles from Thimble Shoals Light, near Old Point Comfort.
www.navysite.de /bb/bb63.htm   (4107 words)

  
 Project 1 - Battleships!
The crosses represent the battleships, and each player puts them in positions that the other player is unlikely to choose.
In this case, the array would be referred to as my_grid inside the function and would have a maximum index of 9 (not 10) in both directions.
In proper versions of Battleships, there are different kinds of ships - submarines occupying one square, cruisers occupying two neighbouring squares, frigates taking up three etc. - which adds a degree of skill to the game.
richardbowles.tripod.com /cpp/projects/proj4.htm   (5483 words)

  
 RUSSIA
As Novgorod, in effect a republic, was threatened by the Swedes and the Teutonic Knights, Alexander was invited to lead the forces of the city.
Since all battleships had been built with armored conning towers, but almost nobody ever actually used them because visiblity from them was so poor, Russian officers, including Admiral Rozhestvensky, were wounded or killed from standing on open bridges as the Japanese shells hit.
On the first night of the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal, when the Japanese force, with the battleships Hiei and Kirishima, stumbled into a thrown together American force of cruisers and destroyers, precious minutes were lost while armor piercing shells were substituted for the high explosive shells that were intended for bombarding Henderson Field.
www.friesian.com /russia.htm   (9004 words)

  
 FAS Email Archives -- Missile Defense Monitor
Turkey is of the view that the excessive rearmament of the Greek Cypriot side poses a threat to the atmosphere of peace in Cyprus and adversely affects the efforts for the finding of a solution to the Cyprus question.
The Russian Federation, which has previously sold heavy weapons to the Greek Cypriots and is now aiming to sell anti-aircraft missiles to them, has responsibilities arising from its position as a Permanent Member of the Security Council and a signatory to the OSCE documents relating to arms transfers.
Supporting the Kasoulidis statement, Greek government spokesman Dimitris Peppas expressed confidence that his country would join the Cypriots' diplomatic efforts to clarify the misunderstanding which has arisen in connection with the Russian-Cypriot transaction causing uproar in the West.
www.fas.org /MHonArc/BMDList_archive/msg00011.html   (3724 words)

  
 "Unit Workshop" Module List - Apolyton Civilization Site Forums
Battleship: This term is used for all large ships in the middle ages, but I don't know any other name so I'll use this.
Battleship: the term was coined by the royal Navy for a ship of over 74 guns.
However early battleships were not so good at hitting their targets, and were vulnerable to mines.
apolyton.net /forums/Forum6/HTML/001627.html   (7427 words)

  
 US - Greek Naval Relations Begin: Antipiracy Operations in the Aegean Sea
In the wake of the 1823 Greek naval defeat at Bodrum, however, the Greek Navy turned to privateering to support the revolt, and attacked merchantmen-including American merchantmen.
Such tactical operations eased the Greek pirate threat to American commerce, but did little to eliminate its root causes: The breakdown of law and order in the Aegean; the desperation of the Greek rebels fighting for their nation's freedom from the Ottomans; and the reluctance of the European naval powers to intervene.
The suppression of Greek piracy and the achievement of Greek independence in 1830 did not, however, mean the end of Greek-American naval relations, nor of US Navy operations to suppress global piracy.
www.history.navy.mil /library/online/greek.htm   (2092 words)

  
 NAUTICAL NONFICTION BOOKLIST
The Men of the Gambier Bay, 1979 Story of the American escort carrier Gambier Bay, from its commissioning until it was sunk during the Battle of Leyte Gulf, when its escort carrier group encountered the Japanese main battle fleet, after the Japanese emerged from San Bernardino Strait.
Mullenheim-Reichberg, Baron Burkard von Battleship Bismarck, A Survivor's Story, 1980 The story of the Bismarck's final sortie, as seen from the decks of the German Battleship through the eyes of its senior surviving officer.
Sternlicht, Sanford McKinley's Bulldog, The Battleship Oregon, 1977 History of the Oregon, from her race around South America at the start of the Spanish American War to her ignominious (and bizarre) ending following the end of W.W. Sternlicht, Sanford and Jameson, Edwin M. Constellation: Yankee Racehorse, 1981 History of the frigate Constellation.
euler.sfasu.edu /booklists/nautnonf.html   (17129 words)

  
 Convention Relating to the Regime of the Straits, 24 July 1923
All Greeks who were already established before the 30th October, 1918, within the areas under the Prefecture of the City of Constantinople, as defined by the law of 1912, shall be considered as Greek inhabitants of Constantinople.
Those Greeks and Moslems who have already, and since the 18th October, 1912, left the territories the Greek and Turkish inhabitants of which are to be respectively exchanged, shall be considered as included in the exchange provided for in Article 1.
All able-bodied men belonging to the Greek population, whose families have already left Turkish territory, and who are now detained in Turkey, shall constitute the first instalment of Greeks sent to Greece in accordance with the present Convention.
www.lib.byu.edu /~rdh/wwi/1918p/straits.html   (6035 words)

  
 Battleships - Ship of the line - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
No other Russian battleships were laid down until 1883, when the Black Sea All the Russian battleships at Tsushima were either sunk or surrendered.
Battleships in the 19th century were built to mount the largest naval guns available.
The goal of pentomino battleships is to locate the four unoccupied squares of an That's just one of the puzzles suggested by pentomino battleships.
netlinklist.com /?q=battleships   (368 words)

  
 Greek Navy, World War 1
In October 1915 the Allies landed in Salonika, initially at the request of the Greek government to support the hard-pressed Serbians.
The pro-German leanings of the King of Greece (the Queen was sister to the Kaiser) led to a major show of Allied naval strength off Salamis, near Athens in September 1916 and in October to the seizure of the Greek fleet.
Seized by the Allies and demilitarised in October 1916; recommissioned into the Greek Navy and served with the British Aegean Squadron at Mudros in 1918.
www.naval-history.net /WW1NavyGreek.htm   (796 words)

  
 My Greek Odyssey: Beware the Anger of the Legions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The son of Greek immigrants, a champion high school wrestler and Brown University graduate, he walked away from a lucrative career on Wall Street to avenge friends killed in the collapse of the Twin Towers.
Indeed, it is very revealing that the ancients regarded the Parian as the greatest poet after Homer – and yet he can be quite vulgar, egocentric and unheroic – qualities we often forget to attribute or associate with the ancients.
The Mechanism of Catastrophe:The Turkish Pogrom of September 6-7,1955 and the Destruction of the Greek Community of Istanbul by Spiros Vryonis
greekodyssey.typepad.com /my_greek_odyssey/2006/11/beware_the_ange.html   (2618 words)

  
 wooden Model Ship: Civil war ship, ironclad, USS, CSS, Buy Sail Boats, Warships Ships, battleships, Ocean Liners, ...
One of the most important and widely used types of ships in the ancient world, this type of vessel survived well into the 18th century.
Although not the original inventor of they galley, the Greek lavished the most time and effort on developing it.
Sails became the primary means of propulsion, and their use freed up valuable space on board for cargo.
www.modelshipmaster.com /products/ancient   (816 words)

  
 List of battleships by country - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This table lists all battleships throughout history, from approximately 1399 onward.
The lists will include all galleons, carracks, ships of the line, turret/barbette ships, pre-dreadnoughts, dreadnoughts, pocket battleships and coastal battleships.
Maritimequest battleships and battlecruisers of the 20th century
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_battleships_by_country   (165 words)

  
 U.S. Navy Battleships - USS Mississippi (BB 23)
The battleship departed 24 March for Norfolk and operated off the east coast until fall, calling at a number of large ports, serving as a training ship for Naval Militia, and engaging in maneuvers and exercises designed to keep the ship and crew in the finest possible fighting turn.
Returning to the United States, the battleship operated off the Atlantic coast, basing alternately out of Philadelphia and Norfolk for the next year and 2 months, serving as a training ship and conducting operational exercises.
Following exercises with the 4th Battleship Division off New England, she returned to Philadelphia Navy Yard where she was put in the 1st Reserve 1 August 1912.
www.chinfo.navy.mil /navpalib/ships/battleships/mississippi/bb23-miss.html   (763 words)

  
 U.S. Navy Battleships - USS Arizona (BB 39)
The second Arizona (Battleship No. 39) was laid down on 16 March 1914 at the New York Navy Yard; launched on 19 June 1915; sponsored by Miss Esther Ross, daughter of a prominent Arizona pioneer citizen, Mr.
The battleship stood out of Brest harbor on 3 May, bound for Asia Minor, and arrived at the port of Smyrna eight days later to protect American lives there during the Greek occupation of that port — an occupation resisted by gunfire from Turkish nationals.
The battleship returned to Pearl Harbor on 3 February 1941 to resume the intensive training maintained by the Pacific Fleet.
www.chinfo.navy.mil /navpalib/ships/battleships/arizona/bb39-ariz.html   (2238 words)

  
 Guide and Index to Lists of Rulers
One motivation is that history is often not taught anymore in terms of dynasties and rulers, since this is thought (by an academic elite comfortably supported by the taxpayers) to be too elitist and too removed from the life of the people.
When Rome became Christian, the principle that "There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus" (Galatians 3:28), as the Prophet Isaiah had once seen all mankind coming to Jerusalem, reinforced the principle of common humanity.
The arrangement of these lists thus follows Bryce's principle of universalist ideology, centering on Rome but extending to similar to ideas outside of the Roman world.
www.friesian.com /histindx.htm   (3022 words)

  
 USS Ankachak
On 1 July, the tug was transferred to the Greek Navy under lease arrangements.
In December 1977, her name was struck from the Navy list; and she was sold to Greece.
As of the beginning of 1985, Aias was still active with the Greek Navy.
www.multied.com /Navy/Tug/Ankachak.html   (202 words)

  
 Specialist Games Forum - Using Demiurg   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Their currently isn't a specific Demiurg list, which is on the wish list for quite a lot of people on this forum, myself included.
This isn't a problem for the Defender in the Tau fleets as they can deploy numerable Mantas and Orcas to cover their flanks, but for the Demiurg it is *very* problematic.
The list Sigoroth has posted certainly looks reasonable and any group of friendly players shouldn't have a problem letting you use it in campaigns or 'one of' games.
www.specialist-games.com /forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1169   (1660 words)

  
 AHI Commemorates The 80th Anniversary Of The Destruction Of Smyrna By Ataturk
This was the finale of the Armenian Genocide of the First World War when close to two million Armenian men, women and children had in 1915-1916 been dispatched to their deaths by the Young Turks from all points in Turkey -- except Smyrna.
All were on orders from their respective foreign offices and military commanders to refrain from giving aid and comfort to the Greeks and Armenians who were considered enemies of the Turks.
The ships were on hand to 'protect their own interests only.' Allen Dulles, head of the near-East division at the U.S. State Department, gave the order, which had been passed down from the Secretary of State, to the American ships through Admiral Bristol in Constantinople.
www.ahiworld.com /091202.html   (433 words)

  
 U.S. Navy: Navy Bases and Air Stations in the U.S.
U.S. Navy: Navy Bases and Air Stations in the U.S. Navy facilities within the U.S. This is a list of major bases and air stations within the United States.
Information on this list is currently very dynamic due to a reorganization of shore facilities.
A list of homeports with ships assigned is also available on this web site.
www.navy.mil /navydata/bases/navbases.html   (93 words)

  
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Linguists are encouraged to review the list for organizations that may be of benefit to them.
List of real-estate terms to be found in Canadian law or legal history and extracted from the World Wide Legal Information Association's Legal Dictionary http://www.wwlia.org/ca-re6.htm
www.tiservicesuk.com /Glossary/glossindex.html   (5206 words)

  
 Thousands of ASIAN NAMES for your dog, horse, cat, pet or child from Chinaroad Lowchens of Australia-
An extensive list from the Shang dynasty to the Qin
List of ancient and actual deities in the different religions, cultures and mythologies
List of words in the Japanese language, rendered in romaji.
www.lowchensaustralia.com /names/orientnames.htm   (1464 words)

  
 Bill's HTML version of DEN for DENMF011.HTM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
I believe that members of this list will be interested in some of the things he said.
Philosophy - etymologically is from the Greek 'philos' which, although of uncertain origin, meant 'loving' and of the Greek philosophia which second element 'sophos' meant 'wise'.
The people at IBM could very well have improved their system via the competition route however I also guarantee that they were forced to do some things that were directly opposed to what the Deming approach would have been.
deming.eng.clemson.edu /lists/den.list/old/DENMF011.HTM   (15620 words)

  
 Ship Descriptions - K
In a suicidal action with Japanese heavy battleships, she was practically split in two by a 12 inch shell in the engine room and was then torpedoed and sunk by a Japanese destroyer.
Operated by the Greek Line, she was renamed COLUMBIA in 1949, transferred to the Bremen - Montreal sevice in June 1950, laid up at Piraeus in March 1958 and scrapped at Nagasaki in 1959.
In Aug.1928 she came under the ownership of the National Greek Line and started her last New York - Boston - Piraeus crossing on 29th Dec.1932.
www.theshipslist.com /ships/descriptions/ShipsK.html   (10551 words)

  
 Jersey City List - Downtown Jersey City, NJ - 111 First Street - the teardown [Message Forum - Real Estate]
In fairness, when they first started tearing down the front half of the building, you could smell the rotten wood hours after they had finished for the day.
It took over a Greek Revival brick building that was constructed in 1866 by an unknown artist for one of the nation's first conglomerates, the American Screw Company, which fronted on Washington Street.
The Harvey family, descendants of William Harvey, one of the founders of Taunton, Mass., produced two important inventors in the arts of metalworking and metallurgy.
jclist.com /modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=8042&forum=8&post_id=95283   (4244 words)

  
 GeekList: Carving the Turkey: Wargames involving Turkish or Ottoman Armies | BoardGameGeek
The Greek invaders are properly represented as the largest and fastest-growing of the "allied" forces with a steady stream of reinforcements but some difficult challenges.
He'd assumed, somewhat incorrectly in hindsight, that under the influence of German Naval presence, the Turks would use their new battleship against the Entente and effectively 'stole' the ship from the Turkish people's point of view.
He said that the Germans 'gave' their battleships to the Turks in exchange for the one the British refused to deliver, but kept the German crews.
www.boardgamegeek.com /geeklist.php3?action=view&listid=17511&commentid=25417   (2232 words)

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