Explore French Revolution, Ships and more!

French Revolution,Ships

Astute Class Royal Navy nuclear submarine HMS Ambush.

HMS Ambush Astute Class Royal Navy nuclear submarine.

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.

Patrick O'Brien. USS CONSTITUTION vs HMS CYANE and HMS LEVANT, February 20, 1815. As the Battle commences CONSTITUTION trades broadsides with LEVANT.. J. Russell Jinishian Gallery, Inc.

Patrick O'Brien. USS CONSTITUTION vs HMS CYANE and HMS LEVANT, February 20, 1815. As the Battle commences CONSTITUTION trades broadsides with LEVANT.. J. Russell Jinishian Gallery, Inc.

Fav Pike'n'Shot Pics - Page 17 - Armchair General and HistoryNet >> The Best Forums in History

Artist depiction of a skirmish between a venetian Carrack and a Turkish galley

Battle between USS Monitor and CSS Virginia

Battle between USS Monitor and CSS Virginia -- later than my story by a few decades, but people were thinking about this type of warfare for a long time, and Cordelia's theoretical designs for an armored ship aren't farfetched for

photo 4b-BestBattleofTrafalgarEver_zps9887ede9.jpg

photo 4b-BestBattleofTrafalgarEver_zps9887ede9.jpg

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

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

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

Pinterest
Search