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HMS Culloden

HMS Culloden

Пять кораблей Королевского флота назывались HMS Culloden в честь сражения при Каллодене


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  • HMS Culloden — Five Royal Navy ships have had the name of HMS Culloden , after the battle of Culloden which took place in Scotland in 1746 and saw the defeat of the Jacobite Rising.*HMS Culloden was renamed before her launch in 1747 to HMS Prince Henry . *HMS… …   Wikipedia

  • HMS Culloden — Fünf Schiffe der britischen Royal Navy trugen den Namen HMS Culloden in Erinnerung an die Schlacht von Culloden, die 1746 in Schottland stattfand. Die erste HMS Culloden wurde noch vor ihrer Jungfernfahrt 1747 in HMS Prince Henry umbenannt. Die… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • HMS Culloden (1776) — HMS Culloden HMS Culloden …   Википедия

  • HMS Culloden (1783) — HMS Culloden HMS Culloden …   Википедия

  • HMS Culloden (1776) — HMS Culloden was a 74 gun third rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, built at Deptford, England, and launched on 18 May 1776. She was the fourth warship to be named after the Battle of Culloden, which took place in Scotland in 1746 and saw… …   Wikipedia

  • HMS Culloden (1747) — HMS Culloden was a 74 gun third rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, built according to the dimensions laid out by the 1741 proposals of the 1719 Establishment at Deptford Dockyard, and launched on 9 September 1747. She was the first ship to… …   Wikipedia

  • HMS Culloden (1783) — HMS Culloden was a 74 gun third rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on June 16 1783 at Rotherhithe. She took part in some of the most famous battles of the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars. One of her first… …   Wikipedia

  • HMS Culloden (1749) — HMS Culloden was the second ship to bear the name. She was built at Cleveland, Plymouth, as a storeship hoy and launched in December, 1749. She was sold on 16 December, 1765.References*Colledge …   Wikipedia

  • HMS Guerriere (1806) — HMS Guerriere was a 38 gun fifth rate frigate of the Royal Navy. She was originally captured from the French, and was famously commanded by Captain James Richard Dacres when she was captured by the USS Constitution in the War of 1812.Career with… …   Wikipedia

  • Culloden — (from Scottish Gaelic cul lodan, back of the pond ) may refer to any of the following: Culloden, Highland, a village in Scotland The Battle of Culloden, a battle which took place there in 1746 Culloden (film), a fictional presentation of this… …   Wikipedia