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Fancy-AM 234 - History

Fancy-AM 234 - History

FancyA whim, caprice.(AM-234: dp. 530, 1. 184& 39;6& 34;, b. 33& 39;; dr. 9& 39;9& 34;, s.15 k.; cpl. 104; a. 1 3& 34;; cl. Admirable)Fancy (AM-234) was launched on 4 September 1944 by Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Co., Seattle, Wash.; sponsored by Mrs. E. L. Skeel, and commissioned 13 December 1944, Lieutenant F.

Free book «Popular songbook of the province of Madrid. Volume I »

Free book «Popular songbook of the province of Madrid. Volume I »

The series «Cancionero Popular Español, Volume 1«, is the first of the three volumes with traditional melodies compiled in the province of Madrid. It consists of three sections with independent pagination in each one of them. The first section (study) includes: «To the reader», signed by the Spanish Institute of Musicology; "Notes on the folklore of the province of Madrid", by Manuel García Matos; "Introduction", by Marius Schneider; and "Classification of literary texts", by José Romeu Figueras.

When did streets get names?

When did streets get names?

Some intercity roads and highways have names (eg. the King's Highway in the Bible and the Appian Way in Rome) and others are named after the place that they go to (Jaffa road in Jerusalem). When did

Curtiss F6C-3 taking off from USS Lexington (CV-2), April 1928

Curtiss F6C-3 taking off from USS Lexington (CV-2), April 1928

Curtiss F6C-3 taking off from USS Lexington (CV-2), April 1928Here we see a Curtiss F6C-3 Hawk, the main inline engine powered version of the aircraft, taking off from the carrier USS Lexington (CV-2) in April 1928.

3,000 Year-Old Egyptian Mummy Speaks From The Afterlife

3,000 Year-Old Egyptian Mummy Speaks From The Afterlife

The vowel sounds of a 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy have been recreated by scientists in England.

Ethel Rosenberg

Ethel Rosenberg

Read the essential details about Ethel Rosenberg that includes images, quotations and the main facts of his life. Ethel Greenglass was born at 64 Sheriff Street on the lower East Side of New York City on 28th September, 1915. She attended the Seward Park High School with her brother, David Greenglass. After taking a short secretarial course, she held a variety of clerical jobs and became an active trade unionist.