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Submarines

The background of Sweden in the second
World War II and the West Coast preparedness

Sweden declared itself neutral at the outbreak of war. When the war came closer to the border after the Finnish Winter War on November 30 In 1939, formed a coalition government headed by Per Albin Hansson and lasted until July 1945. View schoolwork »

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Silja Line

Safety at sea

For over 30 has the combined passagerarfärjerna formed the basis for
inter-Nordic maritime transport. Proper care for and maintained, these vessels
very secure. View schoolwork »

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Titanic

No disaster in modern times has ever fascinated us and frightened us like the Titanic. It is now over 90 years since the Titanic sank. It was in April 1912 when the ship embarked on its maiden voyage during which 1,500 of the 2,200 people aboard were killed! View schoolwork »

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DRIVE POWER TENS REVOLUTION

Steamship and locomotive written almost simultaneously, but the steamship developed rapidly due to the locomotive's size must be limited with regard to the specific conditions prevailing when moving to the country. Likewise, the stationary steam engine develops faster than both. View schoolwork »

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Vasa Ship

Construction

On January 17, 1625 wrote Gustavus Adolphus a contract with Henderich Hybbert and Arendt Cave current construction of four ships, two larger and two smaller. One of the larger vessels were Vaasa. The price of her eventually becoming full 5% of Sweden's GDP? Show schoolwork »

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Volvo

The economist Assar Gabrielsson and engineer Gustaf Larsson decided in 1924 to realize a common dream and idea - the idea of ​​building a car for Swedish Swedish roads. They persuaded SKF in subsidiary Volvo automobile start of details supplied by the subcontractor. A then relatively untested, and revolutionary approach in automobile manufacturing. View schoolwork »

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The Battleship Bismarck

The German battleship Bismarck was the largest örloggsfartyg ever built. It weighed 42,800 tons and had 8 pieces 38cm guns in four armored turrets also 81 other smaller guns, most of them anti-aircraft guns and at full speed, she could get up to a speed of 31 knots.
Early in May 1941, the British told by a Swedish spy that Bismarck was on trial trips Baltic. View schoolwork »

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Aircraft

The aircraft structure

The aircraft's design is extremely important for the aircraft at all to lift. The aircraft is based on a completely different idea than, say, air balloon or Zeppelin. Air balloon using only ordinary heated air to fly. In this way, the "lighter than air" and takes off. View schoolwork »

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Aircraft

History

To be able to exchange thoughts and ideas with people from other side of the globe, we have taken the help of the telegraph and the radio. But nowadays, you can get in personal contact with people from across the globe with the help of aviation. The first flight apparatus was designed by Leonardo Da Vinci at the end of the 1400s and the device would be lifted with the aid of wings. View schoolwork »

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Titanic

Size

RMS Titanic stands for Royal Mail Steamship Titanic.
Length: 269 meters
Width: 28 feet Show schoolwork »

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