Mark 8 is the eighth chapter of the Gospel of Mark in the New Testament of the Christian Bible. It contains two miracles of Jesus, Peter's confession that he believes Jesus is the Messiah, and Jesus' first prediction of his own death and resurrection. It is the midchapter and the turning point in Mark between Mark's description of Jesus as teacher and miracle worker to his focus on the role of Jesus' death and the difficult nature of his teachings.
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... The British would produce one more large LCT design, the 225-foot LCT Mark 8, similar to the American LSM, in 1944 ... One hundred and eighty-six Mk.8s were ordered however, when the war ended, most were cancelled and scrapped, or sold directly into civilian service ...
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