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Mark V Tanks - Mark V Male Tank and Mark V Female Tank

British Mark V Tanks were used in World War I and Russian Civil War by the Red Army from 1918 to 1941.

Country - United Kingdom
Weight - Male: 29 tons and Female: 28 tons
Length - 8.5 m
Width - Male:  3.90 m historical-map.blogspot.com and Female: 3.20 m
Height - 2.64 m
Crew - 8 (commander, driver, and six gunners)

Mark V Male (First World War)
Mark V Male Tank

 Mark V Female - Ukraine
Mark V Female Tank

Eruption of St. Helens - Gigantic rockslide and debris avalanche

On May 18, 1980, in morning, a magnitude 5.1 earthquake shook Mount St. Helens. The bulge and surrounding area slid away in a gigantic rockslide and debris avalanche, releasing pressure, and triggering a major pumice and ash eruption of the volcano. Thirteen-hundred feet (400 meters) of the peak collapsed or blew outwards. As a result, 24 square miles (62 square kilometers) of valley was filled by a debris avalanche, 250 square miles (650 square kilometers) of recreation, timber, and private lands were damaged by a lateral blast, and an estimated 200 million cubic yards (150 million cubic meters) of material was deposited directly by lahars (volcanic mudflows) into the river channels. Sixty-one people were killed or are still missing. USGS Photograph taken on May 18, 1980, by Austin Post.
St. Helens Eruption

The Final Routes of The Second Crusade

The Second Crusade (1145–1149) was the second major crusade launched from Europe and reached Eastern Mediterranean and Jarusalem.

On this map you can see the routes where crusaders were marching on to reach Holy Land as well as locations of Muslim Castles, Christian Castles, important cities an towns (like Acre, Antioch, Edessa, Tortosa etc)

Iowa Farm 1875

An illustration of a typical Iowa Farm, Muscatine County, Iowa.
Dated 1875
From "Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Iowa" by Alfred Andreas

19th Century Iowa Farm
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