Note: GNAT (the Ada compiler of GCC) requires itself to be built (you can pull it from an older snapshot or #8-stable).
USS Lancaster (ID-2953) was a commercial cargo ship acquired by the U.S. Navy during World War I. She served the war effort by carrying cargo across the Atlantic Ocean, and, at war’s end, bringing home the troops. Assigned the naval registry Identification Number (ID. No.) 3520, she was commissioned as USS Cape May on 25 October 1918 with Lieutenant Commander H. R. O. Johnston, Usnrf, in command. SS Clearton was a 5,219 gross register tons (GRT) British cargo steamship. She was built in 1919 by Richardson, Duck and Company, Stockton-on-Tees for the shipping firm of R. Chapman & Son, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. USS Montclair (ID-3497) was a United States Navy refrigerated cargo ship in commission from 1918 to 1919. She was sunk without loss of life near the Azores during the Battle of the Atlantic in the Second World War. She sank off the west coast of Scotland on 25 January 1935 in the Sound of Mull whilst seeking shelter from a storm. The ship stands vertically on a drop off at 56°32.30′N 5°54.75′W / 56.53833°N 5.91250°W / 56.53833; -5.91250Coordinates Discografía: The Flaming Lips | Género: Rock | País: USA | Disc: 29 CDs | Años: 1987 – 2014 | Cover: Front | Formato: Mp3 | Bibrate: 320 Kbps (lossy) | Soft
The SS Gairsoppa was a British steam merchant ship built in Jarrow and launched in 1919. After a long civilian career, she saw service during the Second World War. SS Ashkhabad was a merchant ship of the Soviet Union sunk in 1942. She had been built as a British merchant ship in 1917 in Glasgow, Scotland as War Hostage. A Dutch ship, the Breda was sunk. Although it was not realised at the time, Persier had been damaged in the raid, and some leaks were discovered during her next voyage, which was across the Atlantic. She was sunk by enemy action in 1941. USS Cape Lookout was a supply ship in the United States Navy. She was named by the U.S. Navy for Cape Lookout, which are points on the coasts of both North Carolina and Washington.
With her engine room flooded she was abandoned by her crew and left to sink. Her crew were rescued by the French vessel SS Docteur Pierre Benoit. USS West Gate (ID-3216) was a cargo ship for the United States Navy during World War I. The ship was laid down as SS War Agate, but she was launched in January 1918 as SS West Gate instead. The ship was launched and completed as Lake Superior. The Navy acquired the ship from the USSB with assignment to the Naval Overseas Transport Service (NOTS) with the identification number ID-2995. For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its authors, title, abstract, bibliographic or download information, contact: (Adam P. Balcerzak). !360app !4shared !a2 !advgta !afh !aminet !appbrain !appnr !appshopper !bbt !bitsnoop !btmon !c !cad !ce !conda !demonoid !emule !fenopy !fhub !filefacts !filehippo (!file) !filestube (!ftube) !filext (!fileinfo) !fnd !fontsq !fosshub !free… Je to jedinečné prostředí pro cross-spolupráce mezi developery, administrátory, devops, architektů a dalších, kteří jsou hnací technologie kupředu. The SS Gairsoppa was a British steam merchant ship built in Jarrow and launched in 1919. After a long civilian career, she saw service during the Second World War.
Attachment: pgp00002.pgp Description: PGP signature Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers. The list of shipwrecks in 1868 includes ships sunk, foundered, grounded, or otherwise lost during 1868. The SS Belgian was a 5,287-ton steamship which was built in 1919, sold in 1934 becoming Amelia Lauro, seized in 1940 and renamed Empire Activity and wrecked in 1943. She was scrapped at Hong Kong in 1956, the last surviving White Star Line cargo ship. Post-war she was sold, and continued her civilian maritime career.
She returned to Immingham and Dublin, Ireland, to load material being returned to the States. She departed 27 January 1919 for Hampton Roads, and arrived 16 February.