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  • Bakers Dozen of Sunken Ships

    1. HMHS Britannic
    2. HMS Hogue (one of three cruisers sunk by U-9 in less than an hour in 1914)
    3. RMS Lusitania

    4. HMS Invincible


    Never Fear the Event

    Admiral Lord Nelson

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    • Bakers Dozen of Sunken Ships

      1. HMHS Britannic
      2. HMS Hogue (one of three cruisers sunk by U-9 in less than an hour in 1914)
      3. RMS Lusitania
      4. HMS Invincible

      5. HMS Cressy (the 2nd cruiser sunk by U-9)

      Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.

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      • [QUOTE=R. Evans;2079046]Bakers Dozen of Sunken Ships

        1. HMHS Britannic
        2. HMS Hogue (one of three cruisers sunk by U-9 in less than an hour in 1914)
        3. RMS Lusitania
        4. HMS Invincible
        5. HMS Cressy[/B] (the 2nd cruiser sunk by U-9)

        6. USS San Diego originally USS California renamed to USS San Diego on 9/1/1914

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        • Bakers Dozen of Sunken Ships

          1. HMHS Britannic
          2. HMS Hogue (one of three cruisers sunk by U-9 in less than an hour in 1914)
          3. RMS Lusitania
          4. HMS Invincible
          5. HMS Cressy[/B] (the 2nd cruiser sunk by U-9)
          6. USS San Diego

          7. SMS Szent István (torpedoed by Italian MAS boats)

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          • Bakers Dozen of Sunken Ships

            1. HMHS Britannic
            2. HMS Hogue (one of three cruisers sunk by U-9 in less than an hour in 1914)
            3. RMS Lusitania
            4. HMS Invincible
            5. HMS Cressy[/B] (the 2nd cruiser sunk by U-9)
            6. USS San Diego
            7. SMS Szent István (torpedoed by Italian MAS boats)

            8. Imperatritsa Ekaterina Velikaya - scuttled to prevent capture by the Germans

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            • Bakers Dozen of Sunken Ships

              1. HMHS Britannic
              2. HMS Hogue (one of three cruisers sunk by U-9 in less than an hour in 1914)
              3. RMS Lusitania
              4. HMS Invincible
              5. HMS Cressy (the 2nd cruiser sunk by U-9)
              6. USS San Diego
              7. SMS Szent István (torpedoed by Italian MAS boats)
              8. Imperatritsa Ekaterina Velikaya - scuttled to prevent capture by the Germans

              9. SMS Pommern (sunk at Jutland)

              Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.

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              • Bakers Dozen of Sunken Ships

                1. HMHS Britannic
                2. HMS Hogue (one of three cruisers sunk by U-9 in less than an hour in 1914)
                3. RMS Lusitania
                4. HMS Invincible
                5. HMS Cressy (the 2nd cruiser sunk by U-9)
                6. USS San Diego
                7. SMS Szent István (torpedoed by Italian MAS boats)
                8. Imperatritsa Ekaterina Velikaya - scuttled to prevent capture by the Germans
                9. SMS Pommern (sunk at Jutland)

                10. HMHS Llandovery Castle

                On 27 June 1918, the Canadian hospital ship HMHS Llandovery Castle was torpedoed off southern Ireland by U-86. When the Llandovery Castles crew took to the lifeboats, U-86 surfaced, ran down all the lifeboats except one and shot at the people in the water. Only the 24 people in the remaining lifeboat survived. They were rescued shortly afterwards and testified to what had happened. In total, 234 were killed. (wiki)



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                • Bakers Dozen of Sunken Ships

                  1. HMHS Britannic
                  2. HMS Hogue (one of three cruisers sunk by U-9 in less than an hour in 1914)
                  3. RMS Lusitania
                  4. HMS Invincible
                  5. HMS Cressy (the 2nd cruiser sunk by U-9)
                  6. USS San Diego
                  7. SMS Szent István (torpedoed by Italian MAS boats)
                  8. Imperatritsa Ekaterina Velikaya - scuttled to prevent capture by the Germans
                  9. SMS Pommern (sunk at Jutland)

                  10. Léon Gambetta (French armored cruiser sunk by Austrian submarine)

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                  • Bakers Dozen of Sunken Ships

                    1. HMHS Britannic
                    2. HMS Hogue (one of three cruisers sunk by U-9 in less than an hour in 1914)
                    3. RMS Lusitania
                    4. HMS Invincible
                    5. HMS Cressy (the 2nd cruiser sunk by U-9)
                    6. USS San Diego
                    7. SMS Szent István (torpedoed by Italian MAS boats)
                    8. Imperatritsa Ekaterina Velikaya - scuttled to prevent capture by the Germans
                    9. SMS Pommern (sunk at Jutland)
                    10. HMHS Llandovery Castle
                    11. Léon Gambetta (French armored cruiser sunk by Austrian submarine)


                    12. French Battleship Suffren (sunk by U-52)

                    Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.

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                    • Bakers Dozen of Sunken Ships

                      1. HMHS Britannic
                      2. HMS Hogue (one of three cruisers sunk by U-9 in less than an hour in 1914)
                      3. RMS Lusitania
                      4. HMS Invincible
                      5. HMS Cressy (the 2nd cruiser sunk by U-9)
                      6. USS San Diego
                      7. SMS Szent István (torpedoed by Italian MAS boats)
                      8. Imperatritsa Ekaterina Velikaya - scuttled to prevent capture by the Germans
                      9. SMS Pommern (sunk at Jutland)
                      10. HMHS Llandovery Castle
                      11. Léon Gambetta (French armored cruiser sunk by Austrian submarine)
                      12. French Battleship Suffren (sunk by U-52)

                      13. SMS Magdeburg

                      Magdeburg was possibly Germany’s most important loss of the war. She ran aground in the Baltic whilst minelaying and was then destroyed by Russian cruisers. Importantly the German code books were captured by the Russians and then passed on to the British who put them to good use as part of their intelligence effort.

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                      • Baker's Dozen of anything Russian

                        1. Russian Expeditionary Force sent to France 1916

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                        • Baker's Dozen of anything Russian

                          1. Russian Expeditionary Force sent to France 1916

                          2. Grand Duke Nikolay Nikolayevich Romanov of Russia


                          Never Fear the Event

                          Admiral Lord Nelson

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                          • Baker's Dozen of anything Russian

                            1. Russian Expeditionary Force sent to France 1916
                            2. Grand Duke Nikolay Nikolayevich Romanov of Russia

                            3. Tsar Tank

                            "The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there."

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                            • Baker's Dozen of anything Russian

                              1. Russian Expeditionary Force sent to France 1916
                              2. Grand Duke Nikolay Nikolayevich Romanov of Russia
                              3. Tsar Tank

                              4. Murder of the Tsar, his family, servants and his dog



                              "The secret of life is honesty and fair dealing. If you can fake that, you've got it made."
                              — Groucho Marx

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                              • Baker's Dozen of anything Russian

                                1. Russian Expeditionary Force sent to France 1916
                                2. Grand Duke Nikolay Nikolayevich Romanov of Russia
                                3. Tsar Tank
                                4. Murder of the Tsar, his family, servants and his dog

                                5. Russian Revolution 1917



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