Medieval Warfare Vol II Issue 1: Creating a Viking Empire: The Campaigns of Cnut the Great Medieval Warfare Vol II Issue 1: Creating a Viking Empire: The Campaigns of Cnut the GreatThe issue of Medieval Warfare Magazine is split roughly half-and-half between its theme on Cnut and the Vikings and more general articles.
Illustration of Byzantine ships using Greek Fire against Umayyad invaders during the 717 CE Siege of Constantinople, by Zvonimir Grbasic. Courtesy of Medieval Warfare Magazine / Karwansaray Publishers...
Operation Eilbote (Courier), Jan-Feb 1943Operation Eilbote (Courier), 18 January-February 1943, was a successful German attack in the Eastern Dorsal Mountains of Tunisia that saw von Arnim& 39;s men capture a number of key mountain passes, preparing the way for the later battle of the Kasserine Pass.
The urban renewal era of the early 1960s saw a rise in awareness that led to an effort to identify and protect significant historic structures in Little Rock, Arkansas. The effort gave birth to the Quapaw Quarter Association, one of the oldest preservation organizations in the nation.The Quapaw Quarter Association has been a driving force behind historic preservation in Little Rock, which now has an impressive catalogue of 253 individually listed National Register of Historic Places real estate properties, as well as 15 National Register Historic Districts.
Yarborough DD-314Yarborough(DD-314: dp. 1,308; 1. 314& 39;4~& 34;, b. 30& 39;11~& 34;; dr. 9& 39;4& 34; (mean); s. 36.0 k.; cpl. 122; a. 4 4& 34;, 1 3& 34;, 12 21& 34; tt.;cl. Clemson)Yarborough (Destroyer No. 314) was laid down on 27 February 1919 at San Francisco, Calif., by the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation& 39;s Union Iron Works plant, launched on 20 June 1919- sponsored by Miss Kate Burch, the fiancee of the late Lt.
RailA small wading bird, related to the cranes.(Minesweeper No. 26: dp. 840; 1. 187& 39;10& 34;; b. 35& 39;6& 34;, dr. 10& 39;4 s. 14 k.; cpl. 72; a. 2 mg.; cl. Laywing)The first Rail, a single-screw, steel & 34;bird& 34;-class minesweeper, was laid down on 15 December 1917 by the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremerton, Wash.