SCAPA is an acronym that stands for the School for the Creative and Preforming Arts. It is one of the special art schools across the world. You must audition in an art area to attend. If you get in, that… Full Answer
Scapa Flow in Orkney is known as one of the world's largest natural harbors. It is not deeper than 200 feet, most of the depth being no more than 98-100 feet deep. The definition of harbor is rather vague, however… Full Answer
The very beginning of the 20th century, just before WW1. ___ It began in 1897 after the failure of negotiations aimed at creating an Anglo-German alliance, and it ended when the Germans scuttled their fleet in Scapa Flow in 1919.
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David Turner has written: 'Last dawn, the HMS Royal Oak tragedy at Scapa Flow' -- subject(s): German Naval operations, Naval operations, Naval operations, German, Royal Oak (Battleship), Submarine, World War, 1939-1945
If you're talking about scuttling, all German subs had scuttling charges in them. Not that they always worked. Germany had a habit of sinking their own ships: Bismarck, Graf Spee, and their whole battleship fleet committed suicide at Scapa Flow… Full Answer
Answer #1: it is complicated flow ======================== Answer #2: Tortuous flow is flow along a path with many twists, turns, and bends in it. The term refers to the path of the flow, and I think the flow itself may… Full Answer
It might depend on what qualifies as a major offensive. A bombing raid took place as early as 26th September 1939 and on March 16, 1940 there was a raid by 32 bombers (2 were lost, one cruiser, HMS Norfolk… Full Answer