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HMS Impregnable - Training Establishment
... HMS Impregnable was a training establishment started at Devonport in 1862, and active until 1929 ... As training ships were replaced or added to the establishment, each was renamed Impregnable when she took on the role HMS Impregnable was the original school ship between ... HMS Howe was HMS Impregnable between 1885 and 1911, and HMS Impregnable I between 1911 and 1919 ...
List Of Ships Of The Line Of The Royal Navy - List of Ships-of-the-line of The Royal Navy (1785–1830) - First Rates of 100/104 Guns (three-deckers) – Later Rated As 110 Guns
... Impregnable class (Rule) Impregnable 104 (1810) – harbour flagship Plymouth 1839, hulked as training ship 1862, renamed Kent 1883, renamed Caledonia 1891, sold 1906 Trafalgar class (Rule ...
Force 10 From Navarone (film) - Plot
... Convinced that no bridge is impregnable, Barnsby reveals that this bridge is, in fact, Force 10's target ... Having made it to the Partisans, explosives expert Miller reveals that the bridge really is impregnable ... tons of water in a wave that topples the real target, the impregnable bridge ...
Benjamin Caldwell - Glorious First of June
... Caldwell moved from the Cumberland after only a short period and took over HMS Impregnable, a 98-gun second rate in the Channel Fleet of Admiral Lord Howe ... With the rest of Howe's fleet, Impregnable was present at the Glorious First of June, at which Howe attempted to destroy a large French fleet protecting a grain ... Impregnable was heavily engaged in the action and suffered 31 casualties but along with many officers, Caldwell was overlooked in Howe's dispatch to the Admiralty ...
Robert Otway - French Revolutionary Wars
... on the second-rate ship of the line HMS Impregnable with the Channel Fleet ... Impregnable was flagship of Rear-Admiral Benjamin Caldwell, who was later to prove an important influence on Otway's career ... the heavy fire of the French fleet to repair the damaged fore topsail yard and thus allow Impregnable to engage the enemy closer ...

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