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Armand Cabrera

Armand Cabrera

Emile Gruppe - The Beach at Crandon Park, Florida.

Emile Gruppe - The Beach at Crandon Park, Florida.

French 74 Gun

French 74 Gun

IMPLACABLE, 1949 Last day in port. She went on to become the second oldest ship in the Royal Navy after HMS Victory. When the Royal Navy finally scuttled Implacable by explosive charge on 2 December 1949, she flew both the French and British flags side-by-side as she sank.  Her figurehead and stern galleries were saved and are on display in the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich.

IMPLACABLE, 1949 Last day in port. She went on to become the second oldest ship in the Royal Navy after HMS Victory. When the Royal Navy finally scuttled Implacable by explosive charge on 2 December 1949, she flew both the French and British flags side-by-side as she sank. Her figurehead and stern galleries were saved and are on display in the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich.

HMS Ganges, a 2nd Rate, 84 gun Man of War. The last sail only warship built for the Royal Navy. Launched November 1821 and broken up 1930. Laid down in Bombay Dockyard

HMS Ganges, a 2nd Rate, 84 gun Man of War. The last sail only warship built for the Royal Navy. Launched November 1821 and broken up 1930. Laid down in Bombay Dockyard

Patrick O'Brien. USS Hornet vs. HMS Peacock, 1813. J. Russell Jinishian Gallery, Inc.

Patrick O'Brien. USS Hornet vs. HMS Peacock, 1813. J. Russell Jinishian Gallery, Inc.

"Avenger," by Geoffrey Huband

"Avenger," by Geoffrey Huband

PHOTOGRAVUREILLUSTRATIONS

PHOTOGRAVUREILLUSTRATIONS

// // The “Seventy-four” was a type of two-decked sailing ship of the line nominally carrying 74 guns. Originally developed by the French Navy in the mid-18th century, the design prove…

// // The “Seventy-four” was a type of two-decked sailing ship of the line nominally carrying 74 guns. Originally developed by the French Navy in the mid-18th century, the design prove…

Christian Mølsted (1862-1930): The frigate "Jylland" (Jutland) in the Sound, calm day, 1899

Christian Mølsted (1862-1930): The frigate "Jylland" (Jutland) in the Sound, calm day, 1899