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Roger Curtis - American Revolutionary War
... Ordered to Gibraltar, Brilliant was attacked by a superior Spanish squadron close to the fortress and was forced to escape to British-held Minorca ... harbour, but Curtis was waiting for a 25-ship relief convoy which he met and safely convoyed into Gibraltar, bringing supplies to the defenders of the Great Siege of Gibraltar then in ... Although Curtis was personally opposed to British possession of Gibraltar, he took command of a marine unit during the siege, and in the attack by ...
Battle Of Cabrita Point - Prelude
... The allies had conquered Gibraltar on behalf of the Archduke Charles of Habsburg on 1 August 1704 ... Tessé realized that Gibraltar would never be retaken as long as the allies could access it from the sea ... Gibraltar was not a permanent harbour yet for the English fleet, which was anchored in Lisbon at the time ...
Tourism In Gibraltar
... Tourism in Gibraltar constitutes one of the British Overseas Territory's most important economic pillars, alongside financial services and shipping ... Gibraltar's main attractions are the Rock of Gibraltar and its resident population of Barbary macaques (or "apes"), the territory's military heritage, duty-free shopping, casinos and marinas ... Although the population of Gibraltar numbers only some 30,000 people, the territory recorded nearly 12 million visits in 2011, giving it one of the highest tourist-to-resident ...
Tourism In Gibraltar - Development of Tourism in Gibraltar
... For much of Gibraltar's history as a British territory, its economy relied on its dual status as a key British military base and a trading entrepĂ´t at the entrance to ... expanded considerably after World War II due to the opening of Gibraltar's first marina, built in 1961, as it was the first in the region and began to attract ... Gibraltar's tourist trade was devastated by the Spanish government's 1969 decision to implement a total closure of the Gibraltar-Spain border as a consequence of the political dispute over Gibraltar's status ...
Gibraltar, Pennsylvania
... Gibraltar is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in northern Robeson Township in southern Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States ...