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Bow of battleship Texas' distinctive dreadnaught bow, Texas, United States, 2007

Caption   Bow of battleship Texas' distinctive dreadnaught bow, Texas, United States, 2007 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseChris Kirkpatrick
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 12 Feb 2007

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1. Merlyn Hoff says:
12 Jul 2010 08:02:36 PM

By the time USS TEXAS came along the 'ram' was np longer considered a weapon. This type of bow was called a 'milatery bow' The USS NEW MEXICO and HMS HOOD were the first to dispense with them. ....GWM Hoff , Royal Texas Navy...
2. Merlyn Hoff says:
27 Sep 2012 04:35:47 PM

.. Dreadn O ught

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