[mahan] the Iron Duke, its guns, and its fate

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Thank you for the reference Jonathan. It remains a mystery to me how the removal of the 13.5s and their installation ashore was carried out in a place fairly I where I would have thought appropriate lifting, carrying and installation materiel were scarce.

It would certainly make an interesting story.

Ric Pelvin > Date: Fri, 24 Apr 2009 10:21:14 -0400 > From: jbeard@panix.com > To: mahan@navalstrategy.org > Subject: [mahan] the Iron Duke, its guns, and its fate > > this seems to have complete information, and some nice photos. > > http://www.shipsnostalgia.com/guides/Iron_Duke_Class_battleship_-_HMS_Iron_Duke > > Jonathan > > > *********************************************************** > Visit the Mahan Naval History Discussion List WebSite at: > http://www.navalstrategy.org > for info on Subscribing/Unsubscribing and Digest and > Links to other Sites of Naval Interest > *********************************************************** >

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