Images of War: British Tanks of the Second World War, Pat WareImages of War: British Tanks of the Second World War, Pat WareBritish tanks of the Second World War have a rather poor reputation, and generally lagged behind their German opponents in armour and armament. Large numbers of cruiser tanks of fairly useless designs were produced and the good tanks that were designed appeared rather too late to have much impact.
Martha& 39;s Vineyard is an island off the southeast coast of Massachusetts, extending about 25 miles with a greatest width of about seven miles. At one time, Martha& 39;s Vineyard played an important role in the whaling industry, but it is now primarily a vacation destination. Its year-round population of 15,000 lives in six towns: Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, Tisbury (Vineyard Haven), West Tisbury, Chilmark and Aquinnah (formerly Gay Head).
Wars & TreatiesAnglo-Dutch War, First (1652-1654)Anglo-Dutch War, Second (1665-1667)Anglo-Dutch War, Third (1672-1674)Falklands War, 1982BattlesAbydos, battle of, 322 B.C.Aegates Islands, battle of the, 241 BCAerial, the evacuation from north western France, 15-25 June 2008Altmark incident, 16 February 1940Amorgos, battle of, July 322 B.
Light Tank MK VIThe Light Tank Mark VI was the most numerically important light tank to see service with the British Army, with 1,682 produced in four versions between 1935 and 1940. The basic Mark VI was very similar to the Mark V, but with extra space in the turret to hold the No.7 Wireless Set, which had a range of about ten miles and was a great improvement on the No.
Second Battle of Narvik, 13 April 1940 - Warspite and British Destroyers withdraw One of a series of nine pictures of the battle at Narvik on 13 April 1940, taken from the Swordfish attached to the British flagship, HMS WarspiteThe original caption reads: With the entire force of seven German destroyers wiped out, the Warspite and destroyer screen steam out through the narrow exit of Ofot Fiord.
Bishop State Community College is a state supported, comprehensive, urban community college located in Mobile, Alabama.The original campus of the college is situated at 351 North Broad Street. The main campus is also the seat of administration for three of its other city campuses, at Central, Southwest, and Carver.