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Napoleonic War, Battle of Austerlitz (Overlays)

Napoleonic War, Battle of Austerlitz (Overlays)

In the Battle of Austerlitz on December 2nd 1805 the French Army (73,100 men, 139 cannons) under command of Napoleon Bonaparte fought against the Russian Army commanded by Czar Alexander I. and the Austrian Army commanded by Emperor Franz II (together 85,700 men, 278 cannons).

Casualties on French site: 1,288 dead, 6,993 wounded
Casualties on Allied site: 16,000 dead and w...
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Ministry of Defense

Ministry of Defense

Facing the eastern wall of the Grand Palace is the yellow-and-white former palace building now occupied by the Ministry of Defense. On the front lawn of the ministry is a sort of open-air museum displaying cannons down through the ages. As many a guidebook has pointed out, most of the cannons are aimed at the Grand Palace.

The Ministry of Defense is next to the City Pillar shrine...
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German Coastal Battery Vara near Movik

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The reason why these gigantic cannons came to Møvik was that on the occupation of Norway and Denmark in 1940 the Germans needed to guard the shipping lanes of the Skagerak. 38 cm cannons were planned here at Møvik and across the shortest distance over the Skagerak to Hanstholm in Denmark, some 116 km away. At Møvik construction commenced in the spring of 1941. At the initial stage the work forc...
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Iranian Harbor Tug fires Water Cannon

Iranian Harbor Tug fires Water Cannon

Near the Iranian Island of Khark, this tug fires the water cannons.
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Batavia Shipyard and The Batavia

Batavia Shipyard and The Batavia

Batavia was a ship of the Dutch East India Company (VOC). She was built in Amsterdam in 1628, and had 24 cast-iron cannons. Batavia was shipwrecked on her maiden voyage.
This is the twentieth century replica of the ship .
Started building in 1985 and finished in 1995, The Batavia.
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Phrasumain Fortress, BKK, Thailand

Phrasumain Fortress, BKK, Thailand

A lot of forts were build along the Chao Praya River but most of them were destroyed or broken down during the centuries. This one is still standing and even the cannons are still in place.

In the middle of the 18th century the Phra Sumane Fort was one of 14 forts around Bangkok defending the city borders. Today only two forts remain and the hexagonal shaped Phra Sumane Fort is ...
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German Coastal Defence - Battery Memel-North

German Coastal Defence - Battery Memel-North

When Germany annexed Klaipeda region, this presented a perfect opportunity to implement the plans; already on July 10, 1939 the Chief German Navy Authority decided to install permanent artillery batteries by the Klaipeda port. A battery located to the north of Smiltine was named Memel-Süd, and another one installed 5 kilometres to the north-west of the city became Memel-Nord. The two batteries ...
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Lord Collingwoods Monument - Tynemouth, UK

Lord Collingwoods Monument - Tynemouth, UK

This is the large monument to Admiral Lord Collingwood (1750 - 1810) who was Admiral Nelson’s second in command at the Battle of Trafalgar, Oct 21st. 1805.
Cuthbert, Admiral Lord Collingwood (1750-1810) was born in Newcastle and educated there.
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Fort Pulaski, Georgia

Fort Pulaski, Georgia

Built between 1829 and 1847 on Cockspur Island to protect the river approaches to the city of Savannah, Fort Pulaski was part of America's ambitious Third-System of coastal fortifications. Featuring walls of solid brick seven and one-half feet thick, the fort was considered impregnable by most military authorities. At the beginning of the Civil War, Confederate forces occupied Fort Pulaski, and...
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Monument of Liberty in Ruse

Monument of Liberty in Ruse

The Monument of Liberty (Bulgarian: Паметник на свободата, Pametnik na svobodata) in Rousse, Bulgaria, was built at the beginning of the 20th century by the Italian sculptor Arnoldo Zocchi. As time went by, it gained significance as one of the city's symbols, and now forms a part of...
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Hull of USS South Carolina (CGN-37)

Hull of USS South Carolina (CGN-37)

SS South Carolina (CGN-37) was the second ship of the California-class of nuclear powered guided missile cruisers in the United States Navy.

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Izhevsk Mechanical Works - the factory of the AK47

Izhevsk Mechanical Works - the factory of the AK47

Izhevsk Mechanical Works (RTS:IGMA) (Russian: Ижевский Mашзавод) or IZHMASH (ИЖМАШ) is a weapons manufacturer based in Izhevsk, founded in 1807 at the decree of Tsar Alexander I, and is now one of the largest corporations in its field. It makes the famous Kalashnikov series of...
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