Ships of Greece: Merchant Ships of Greece, Museum Ships in Greece, Naval Ships of Greece, Passenger Ships of Greece, Ships Built in Greece

 
9781157940296: Ships of Greece: Merchant Ships of Greece, Museum Ships in Greece, Naval Ships of Greece, Passenger Ships of Greece, Ships Built in Greece
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 151. Not illustrated. Chapters: Merchant Ships of Greece, Museum Ships in Greece, Naval Ships of Greece, Passenger Ships of Greece, Ships Built in Greece, Ships of Ancient Greece, Steamships of Greece, Tall Ships of Greece, World War Ii Ships of Greece, Hms Archer, Uss Charrette, Ts Leda, Ss Pasteur, Greek Armored Cruiser Georgios Averof, Uss Bali, List of Current Ships of the Hellenic Navy, Kyrenia Ship, Ss Empire Baffin, Ss Reina Del Mar, Ss Ravelston, Ss John Stagg, Ss Masuren, Ms Athina B, Olympias, Ss Athinai, Mv Anonity, Hydra Class Frigate, Ss Manticos, Greek Battleship Kilkis, Mv Empire Atoll, Greek Frigate Psara, Mv Empire Arrow, Sir Winston Churchill, Ss Culross, Thetis Class Gunboat, Ss Arthur M. Huddell, Mv Powerful, Greek Frigate Spetsai, Greek Frigate Salamis, Aeolian Sky, Jason Class Tank Landing Ship, Athenian Sacred Ships, Ss Aenos, Bireme, Paralus, Penteconter, Hsy-55 Class Gunboat, Osprey 55 Class Gunboat, Mv Ice Prince, Ss Sioux Falls Victory, Holkos, Greek Destroyer Velos, Ss Captain Theo. Excerpt: HMS Archer was a Long Island-class escort carrier built by the United States in 19391940 and operated by the Royal Navy during World War II. She was built as the cargo ship Mormancland, but was converted to an escort carrier and renamed HMS Archer. Her transmission was a constant cause of problems which led to her being withdrawn from front-line service. She was used as a stores ship and then as an accommodation ship before a refit and use as a merchant aircraft ferry ship, Empire Lagan. She was returned to the U.S. Navy then laid up as Archer before being sold into merchant service and converted to a passenger ship, Anna Salén. She was used to take emigrants to Australia and Canada in the early 1950s. She was sold and renamed Tasmania and after further service as an emigrant ship was converted back to a cargo ship...

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