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  • <br>3.0 PM Zeppelins sighted off our port beam, following us about 30 miles astern xxxxxxx. <br>4.30. Altered course 16 points just in time to prevent us from striking enemy mines. 8 were exploded in area whilst we were there. 3
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  • ...ance}} and {{UK-Landrail}} fired the first shots of the war against German minelayer ''Konigen Luise'' on 5 August. {{UK-Amphion}} was sunk as she returned to ...ert Keith Arbuthnot, Fourth Baronet|Sir Robert]] thought would be good for us. It was no wonder the flotilla became known as the 'Other Gabbard Yacht Cl
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  • * The US Navy's 1945 Submarine Design, by Norman Friedman * CVLs: The US ''Independence'' Class, by Norman Friedman
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  • |{{US-Scipio|f=p}}||Collier||12 Mar, 1880||Sold 28 Dec, 1899 |{{UK-Angora|f=p}}||minelayer||1 Dec, 1910||Returned 15 Nov, 1919
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  • ...ristan Dannreuther and relating to HMS INTREPID, 1 Nov 1912 - 17 Jan 1913, Minelayer Squadron, HMS MARS, 7th Battle Squadron, Humber Battle Squadron and Detache Correspondence from the Hydrographical Office of the US Navy Mar - Nov 1904, hydrographical notes from HMS FOXHOUND, HMS MELITA, HM
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