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Dr Alexander Clarke
Historian writing about ships & RN from 1900 onwards + Conventional Deterrence & applications 2 Diplomacy. @
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Dr Alexander Clarke 26m
Replying to @crusaderproject
Ah well, I will forever be outside looking in then
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Kate Andrews 57m
A little lesson in trying to regulate your industry competitors...it never ends with them...
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Crispian Wilson FCO 🇬🇧 22h
I'm a dyslexic diplomat! Just gave a presentation to staff on awareness and using the excellent resources from . Key points and top tips for working with a dyslexic colleague below 👇
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Plymouth History 7h
HMS Gloucester, sunk OTD 1941 during the Battle for Crete and her memorial on Hoe
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Seaforth Publishing 7h
this new volume by Norman Friedman, now with 20% off: British Naval Weapons of World War Two – The John Lambert Collection, Volume II: Escort and Minesweeper Weapons
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Dr Alexander Clarke 2h
What's worse, considering this love of things cheesy and with the Big Bang Theory coming to an end... there isn't a cheesecake factory to go to in the UK ... but back to the topic at hand... no stinky cheese, why would you want to be made to gag eating?
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Dr Alexander Clarke 2h
I agree with Kate...
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Dr Alexander Clarke 3h
Kind of you
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Dr Alexander Clarke 3h
I'd forgotten he'd done that... good times
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Dr Alexander Clarke 3h
I'd come... but the I'll skip the blue cheese pasta bake... happily serve my four cheese pork/chicken/veggie enchiladas though...
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Dr Alexander Clarke 3h
Sorry, I'm with Kate & ... its terrible
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Dr Alexander Clarke 3h
Replying to @war_student
It's a Devon cheddar... its nice
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Royal Historical Society 6h
A request to the hive-mind 🐝! We are looking at the implications of 🔏for academic history research. Links to UK & EU institutional research ethics policies / guidance that discuss GDPR & Data Privacy would be *really* helpful. Please add e.g.s below. Thanks!
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Tim Huxley 8h
Very pleased to confirm that the United Kingdom’s new Secretary of State for Defence, , will participate in the 18th Shangri-La Dialogue, speaking in the 3rd Plenary Session on ‘Asia’s Evolving Security Order and its Challenges’ on Saturday, 1 June
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Dr Alexander Clarke 3h
Replying to @war_student
Nice choice, although I'm quite partial to Tickler as well
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Dr Alexander Clarke 3h
This must be why I'm still a contract , I don't drink and prefer cheddar cheese or a nice piece of red Leicester...
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James Brun May 21
Today in 1982, was attacked by at least three waves of Argentine aircraft, during the War. She succumbed to her damage the following day, after burning throughout the night. Twenty two sailors lie with her in Grantham Sound.
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Lucy Fisher 3h
Things ain't what they used to be... Commodore Nick Cooke-Priest was sacked last week as captain of HMS Queen Elizabeth for using the ship's official car at the weekend. In the 60s the captain launched it from the ship's deck by steam catapult! Amazing tale in
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Chris Cavas 10h
Stealth USS coming into San Diego earlier in May, seen from an outoing cruise liner. Carrier THEODORE ROOSEVELT (CVN 71) on the horizon in 2nd view. Photos by and courtesy of Tony Mori.
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The National Museum of the Royal Navy 3h
Today marks the 104th year since HMS M33 was launched. She is one of only three surviving Royal Navy ships from the First World War and the only surviving ship from the Gallipoli Campaign. Built in 1915, she then opened to visitors at 100 years later on 7 August 2015
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