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French Revolution, Ships

A captain (general) of the army of Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt, during the Cretan campaign. - LE BLANC, Theodore - TRAVELLERS' VIEWS - Places – Monuments – People Southeastern Europe – Eastern Mediterranean – Greece – Asia Minor – Southern Italy, 15th -20th century

A captain (general) of the army of Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt, during the Cretan campaign. - LE BLANC, Theodore - TRAVELLERS' VIEWS - Places – Monuments – People Southeastern Europe – Eastern Mediterranean – Greece – Asia Minor – Southern Italy, 15th -20th century

1939 interiors - Google Search

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HMS Blanche, under the command of Captain Robert Faulknor, captured the French frigate 'Pique' on 5 January 1795. The action occurred off Pointe à Pitre, Guadeloupe. In the course of the violent and extended action the English captain, Robert Faulknor, was killed, but the demasted 'Pique' finally had to surrender. Casualties for the British were eight killed, including Captain Faulknor, and 21 wounded. The 'Pique' lost 76 killed and 110 wounded.

John Thomas Baines, "Action between HMS 'Blanche' and the 'Pique', 5 January 1795

The War of the Worlds

Can People Live on Mars? - A Look at the Possibilities for Colonization

Martians vs Thunder Child War of the Worlds illustrations, Henrique Alvim Correa

Dawlish Chronicles : The Loss of the Kent, 1825, and its immortalisatio...

Dawlish Chronicles : The Loss of the Kent, and its immortalisatio.

"A Packet off Liverpool" by Robert Salmon, 1809.

"A Packet off Liverpool, requesting a pilot" by Robert Salmon,

Dawlish Chronicles : Opening the Suez Canal – and Death in the Ice

HMS Newport and HMS Pandora 1914 Anybody interested in the Royal Navy of the Victorian era cannot but be fascinated by the s.

Vaisseau Droits de l'Homme by Leopold Le Guen

During the French Revolutionary era, France landed ships on Irish shores for some reason

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