Which anchor in Spain's Museo de Anclas Philippe Cousteau which also is known as the Philippe Cousteau Anchor Museum belonged to a ship built by the Bath Iron Works?
The anchor for Velasco [L-11] was built by the Bath Iron Works in Bath, Maine in 1952. The ship originally was named USS LST-1156 and became known as USS Terrebonne Parish [LST-1156]. LST-1156 was launched on August 9, 1952 and commissioned on November 21, 1952. LST-1156 was affectionately named by one of her early crews 'T-Bone.' LST-1156 was loaned to the Spanish Navy on October 29, 1971. Spain purchased LST-1156 on May 17, 1978. LST-1156 was renamed Velasco by the Spanish Navy.
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Which anchor in Spain's Museo de Anclas Philippe Cousteau which also is known as the Philippe Cousteau Anchor Museum belonged to a ship that participated in the Cuban missile crisis of 1962?
The Velasco [L-11] anchor in Spain's Philippe Cousteau Anchor Museum [Museu de Anclas Philippe Cousteau] belonged to a ship that participated in the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962. Velasco was originally named USS LST-1156 and became known as USS Terrebonne Parish [LST-1156]. LST-1156 was commissioned on November 21, 1962 and was involved in 9 deployments from 1952 to 1971. From October to December 1962 LST-1156 operated with the Atlantic Fleet Amphibious Force in the United… Read More
What was another name for the Velasco whose anchor is in Asturias Spain at the Museo de Anclas Philippe Cousteau which also is known as the Philippe Cousteau Anchor Museum?
USS LST-1156 was the original name of the Velasco whose anchor is in the Philippe Cousteau Anchor Museum [Museo de Anclas Philippe Cousteau] in Asturias, Spain. LST-1156 was later known as USS Terrebonne Parish [LST-1156]. LST-1156 was involved in 9 naval deployments from 1952 to 1971. On October 29, 1971, LST-1156 was loaned to the Spanish Navy. Spain purchased LST-1156 on May 17, 1978. LST-1156 was renamed Velasco by the Spanish Navy. To see the… Read More
The Philippe Cousteau Anchor Museum [Museo de Anclas Philippe Cousteau] is an open air museum in the Spanish Principality of Asturias [Principado de Asturias]. The museum includes a bronze bust of Philippe Cousteau, a large ceramic mural, and currently 15 ship anchors. The bust was sculpted by Asturian artist Vicente Menendez-Santarua Prendes [b. November 23, 1936]. The ceramic mural was designed by RamÃ³n RodrÃguez [b. January 1, 1943], Asturian artist and Director of la Escuela… Read More
What is one of the most famous ship anchors in the Philippe Cousteau Anchor Museum in Asturias Spain?
One of the most famous ship anchors in the Philippe Cousteau Anchor Museum [Museo de Anclas Philippe Cousteau] in Asturias, Spain, is from 'Nuestra SeÃ±ora de Atocha'. The 'Atocha' was loaded with New World treasures [copper, emeralds, gold, silver, tobacco, etc.] for its return trip to Spain. On September 6, 1622 a hurricane drove the ship onto the coral reefs near Dry Tortugas about 35 miles [56 kilometers] west of Key West. The hull was… Read More
Philippe Cousteau Jr. is 31 years old (birthdate: January 20, 1980). Read More
yes two Philippe Cousteau and Jean-Michel Couteau. Read More
On June 28, 1979, Philippe Cousteau Sr. [b. December 30, 1940] died when his seaplane crashed into the Tagus River near Lisbon, Portugal. Philippe was the son of famed oceanographer Jacques-Yves Cousteau [June 11, 1910-June 25, 1997] and of Simone Melchior Cousteau [January 19, 1919-1990], the first woman scuba diver. Philippe was testing a repair on the family's Catalina PBY seaplane. The Catalina turned upside down, the fuselage broke behind the cockpit, and then the… Read More
Alexandra Cousteau (born 1976) is the granddaughter of world famous French explorer and filmmaker Jacques-Yves Cousteau, the daughter of his son Philippe. An environmentalist, she is the founder and president of Blue Legacy International, dedicated to advocating the importance of conservation and sustainable management of water resources in order to preserve a healthy planet. Read More
Yes. He had a daughter named Diane Cousteau (born in 1980) and a son named Pierre-Yves Cousteau (born in 1982) with his first wife. On the 12th of June, 1937 he married the woman with whom he had the two former children, Simone Melchior, by whom he gave birth to two sons, Jean-Michel (1938) and Philippe (1940-1979). Read More
The cast of The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau - 1968 includes: Walter Bal Eugenie Clark as herself Philippe Cousteau Remy de Haenen Albert Falco Albert Falco as himself Grace Kelly as herself June Lindstedt as Zoologist Rod Serling as Himself - Narrator Rod Serling as Narrator Read More
Phillippe Cousteau Sr was straight. So is Phillippe Cousteau Jr. Read More
what illness did cousteau when he was a kid Read More
Jacques-Yves Cousteau Read More
He was a lawyer, (father of Jacques-Yves Cousteau) Read More
how many people did Jacques Coustea have in his family? Jacques & his wife Simone had 2 sons, Jean-Michel & Philippe. Philippe, who passed away in '79 had 2 children with his wife, Jan, Philippe & Alexandra. Older brother Jean-Michel and his first wife had 2 children, Celine & Fabien. JM & second wife also had 2 children, Diane & Pierre-Yves. Read More
On 12 July 1937 he married Simone Melchior, with whom he had two sons, Jean-Michel (born 1938) and Philippe (1940-1979). In 1991, one year after his wife Simone's death from cancer, he married Francine Triplet. They already had a daughter Diane Cousteau (born 1980) and a son Pierre-Yves Cousteau (born 1982), born during Cousteau's marriage to his first wife. Read More
The famous oceanologist Jacques Cousteau lived in France. Read More
try the book. " The Silent World" by Jacques Cousteau. Read More
His parents were Daniel and Elizabeth Cousteau Read More
jaques cousteau was a diver explorer photographer inventor and more Read More
Jacques Cousteau was a famous deep sea explorer. He was married twice, first to Simone Cousteau, and then to Francine Cousteau until his death. He had four children, Jean Michel, Phillipe, Diane, and Pierre Yves Cousteau. Read More
Desiree Cousteau was born in 1956, in Savannah, Georgia, USA. Read More
J.Y Cousteau has written: 'The silent World' Read More
Jacques Cousteau was interested in filmmaking and oceanography. Read More
Daniel Cousteau and his wife, Élisabeth Yves, were parents of famouse marine biologist and inventor of "Aqualung" Scuba equipment, Jacques-Yves Cousteau. Read More
The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau was created in 1968. Read More
Jacques Cousteau lived in Saint Andre' de Cubza, France. Read More
What is Blue Oyster Cult referring to when they say Jacques Cousteau heard the bells in random order beneath water and it was on the radio?
The lyrics were written by author and poet Jim Carroll (The Basketball Diaries). Most likely Carroll heard a radio program about Cousteau talking about: In the episode "The Smile of the Walrus" (from the program 'Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau'. - November 1972. - ABC.) Cousteau talks about a sound that walruses make when produce bell sounds using air bags they have in their throats. SEE also: *Cousteau, Jacques. - The Ocean World of Jacques… Read More
Jacques Cousteau invented the aqualung, so that we would be free when we dived and wouldn't have to hold our breath. We still use things today similar to the aqualung, thanks to Jacques Cousteau. Read More
Simone Cousteau died on December 2, 1990, in Monaco of heart failure. Read More
Jacques Cousteau grew up in Saint-Andre-de-Cubzac. Read More
Jacques-Yves Cousteau was born on June 11, 1910. Read More