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No. 174 Squadron (RAF): Second World War

No. 174 Squadron (RAF) during the Second World WarAircraft - Locations - Group and Duty - BooksNo.174 Squadron was a ground attack and fighter-bomber squadron that was formed in 1942 and took part in the D-Day landings before moving to Europe to support the advancing armies. The squadron was formed at Manston on 3 March 1942 around seventeen Hurricanes and eight pilots from No.
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Ruins of Sapinuwa, Building A

The ruins of Sapinuwa, an important Hittite military and religious centre (today Ortakoy in central Turkey), are spread out over 9 km2 and include many building foundations. A monumental structure with...
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Hydrography

Definition Hydrography is the branch of physical geography that studies the waters of the planet, thus encompassing rivers, seas, oceans, lakes, glaciers, groundwater and the atmosphere. Hydrographers are professionals who study the hydrography of the planet, analyze and catalog navigable waters around the world, drawing up charts and maps showing in detail the formation of the canals, the depth of the waters and the location of the canals, shoals, sea ​​currents, etc.
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Slave Uprising Near Richmond - History

August 30 1800: A large scale slave uprising led by Gabriel Prossner and Jack Bowler was aborted due to betrayal and bad weather. The slaves who lived near Richmond had recruited up to 1000 fellow slaves to participate in the armed rebellion. After they were betrayed by two slaves, Governor Monroe declared martial law in Richmond and called out the militia.
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