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Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf H

Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf H

Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf HThe Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf H had been intended to be the first version of the Panzer III to use the 5cm KwK gun when 759 were ordered in January 1939, but the use of that gun on the majority of Ausf Gs and the imminent arrival of the improved Ausf J meant that only 308 would be produced.

Erotic Medieval Runic Inscriptions Found in Bergen

Erotic Medieval Runic Inscriptions Found in Bergen

A runic inscription found in Bergen is quite long and the author must have had a lot of “erotic energy” when he carved these runes into the 33 centimeter-long (13 inches) wooden stick: “I love that man’s wife so high that fire feels cold! And I am that woman’s lover”.

Who was Andreas Bauer? Creator with Koening of the high-speed printing press

Who was Andreas Bauer? Creator with Koening of the high-speed printing press

Andreas Bauer was a German engineer who developed the first industrial steam printing press together with Friedrich Koening, who invented the technology and sold it to The Times in 1814.Bauer was born in Stuttgart on August 18, 1783 and studied mechanics and optics, before study mathematics in Tübingen, 40 km south of his hometown.

Rose Mary SP-1216 - History

Rose Mary SP-1216 - History

Rose Mary(SP-1216; l. 60& 39;; b. 12& 39;; dr. 3& 39;6& 34;; s. 22 k.; a. 1 1-pdr.)Rose Mary was built during 1917 by Great Lakes Boat Building Co., as a private boat and acquired by the Navy 8 September 1917 from Robert E. Hackett of Milwaukee Wis. Rose Mary performed patrol duty on the Great Lakes during 1918 and following the end of World War I was returned to her owner, 15 November 1918.

Discoveries Show that Galilee and Jerusalem are Far Older than Once Believed

Discoveries Show that Galilee and Jerusalem are Far Older than Once Believed

Discoveries regarding two of the most important archaeological sites in Israel – Galilee and Jerusalem, suggest that the sites are far older than commonly believed.

Tsunami devastates Indian Ocean coast

Tsunami devastates Indian Ocean coast

A powerful earthquake off the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia, on December 26, 2004 sets off a tsunami that wreaks death and devastation across the Indian Ocean coastline. The quake was the second strongest ever recorded and the estimated 230,000 dead made this disaster one of the 10 worst of all time.It was 7:58 a.