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Douglas C-47 from front-right

Douglas C-47 from front-right

Douglas C-47 from front-right This view of Douglas C-47 41-18427 from the front-right gives us a good view of the cockpit, with its rather angular windows, which give it a rather distinctive nose.

Has Morocco ever claimed ownership of the Canary and Madeira islands?

Has Morocco ever claimed ownership of the Canary and Madeira islands?

Has Morocco ever claimed ownership of the Canary and Madeira islands? If no, then why not? How about the island countries Cabo Verde and São Tomé and their African continental neighbours?

Battle of Famars, or Valenciennes, 23 May 1793

Battle of Famars, or Valenciennes, 23 May 1793

Battle of Famars, or Valenciennes, 23 May 1793The battle of Famars or Valenciennes, 23 May 1793, was an Allied victory on the borders of France which prepared the way for the siege of Valenciennes. In the spring of 1793 the Allies (by now Austria, Prussia, Britain and the Netherlands) had gone onto the offensive, and after victories at Aldenhoven (1 March), Aix-la-Chapelle (2 March) and Neerwinden (18 March) had forced the French out of the Austrian Netherlands (modern Belgium).

Pope Pius VII

Pope Pius VII

Close Title: Pius VII Author: DAVID Jacques Louis (1748 - 1825) Creation date: 1805 Represented date: 1804 Dimensions: Height 86.5 - Width 71.5 Technique and other indications: (1st study) Commissioned by Bonaparte Oil on wood Place of conservation: museum du Louvre (Paris) websiteContact copyright: © Photo RMN-Grand Palais - G.

Katharine Furse

Katharine Furse

Read the essential details about Katharine Furse. In 1909 Katharine Furse joined the Red Cross Voluntary Aid Detachment that was attached to the Territorial Army. On the outbreak of the First World War Furse was chosen to head the first Voluntary Aid Detachment unit to be sent to France.

Why didn't the participants of the Korean War also fight in the Vietnam War?

Why didn't the participants of the Korean War also fight in the Vietnam War?

In the Korean war from 1950 to 1953, a lot of countries including the U.S., the U.K., France, Canada, Australia, and even Colombia, the Philippines and Ethiopia participated in the war under the U.N.