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This is inconceivable for those of us in the U. The T3I series is so popular in Germany that there are audioplays available of each episode, which are even more popular than thebooks. In Marcus's opinion, the series nowadays appeals to the 20 to 30 old; the fans just grew with the series!

For the "kids" there is the much critizised "Die drei Fragezeichen Kids"-series "The Three Investigators-Kids" , which is written for the year olds. Some of the German titles were translated into other European languages like Czech, Spanish or Italian.


There are three girls who frequent the series as well and more or less act as the girlfriends of the boys. They were all introduced in the "Crimebusters" series. Contentwise some episodes can be compared to the Crimebusters-era stories while others are similar to the early stories and is largely dependent on the author. However, Marcus's web site does have pictures of several of the covers, and he's planning to add more illustrations as time allows. How to write a great review.

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Please review your cart. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we'll automatically remove it at Checkout. Remove FREE. She was rearmed with newer guns in and again in Stricken from the naval register in May , Erzherzog Ferdinand Max was employed as a tender to the gunnery training school from to , she remained in the inventory until Erzherzog Ferdinand Max was She displaced 5, long tons, she had a crew of Her propulsion system consisted of one single-expansion steam engine, manufactured by the Stabilimento Tecnico shipyard in Fiume , that drove a single screw propeller ; the number and type of her coal-fired boilers have not survived.

Erzherzog Ferdinand Max was a broadside ironclad , she was armed with a main battery of sixteen pounder muzzle-loading guns, she carried several smaller guns, including four 8-pounder guns and two 3-pounders. The ship's hull was sheathed with wrought iron armor, mm thick on the battery and reduced to 87 mm at the bow and stern. She was launched on 24 May Erzherzog Ferdinand Max's rifled heavy guns were still on order from Krupp , they could not be delivered due to the conflict with Prussia.

Instead, the ship was armed with old smooth-bore guns. Rear Admiral Wilhelm von Tegetthoff, the commander of the Austrian Fleet began to mobilize his fleet; as the ships became manned, they began to conduct training exercises in Fasana. Tegetthoff again could not bring the Italian fleet to battle. On 16 July, Persano took the Italian fleet, with twelve ironclads, out of Ancona, bound for the island of Lissa , where they arrived on the 18th. With them, they brought troop transports carrying 3, soldiers. Persano spent the next two days bombarding the Austrian defenses of the island and unsuccessfully attempting to force a landing.

Tegetthoff received a series of telegrams between the 17 and 19 July notifying him of the Italian attack, which he believed to be a feint to draw the Austrian fleet away from its main bases at Pola and Venice. By the morning of the 19th, however, he was convinced that Lissa was in fact the Italian objective, so he requested permission to attack; as Tegetthoff's fleet arrived off Lissa on the morning of 20 July, Persano's fleet was arrayed for another landing attempt.

The latter's ships were divided into three groups, with only the first two able to concentrate in time to meet the Austrians. Tegetthoff had arranged his ironclad ships into a wedge-shaped formation, leading with Erzherzog Ferdinand Max at the center. While he was forming up his ships, Persano transferred from his flagship, Re d'Italia to the turret ship Affondatore; this created a gap in the Italian line, Tegetthoff seized the opportunity to divide the Italian fleet and create a melee.

He made a pass through the gap, but failed to ram any of the Italian ships, forcing him to turn around and make another attempt. During the second attempt, Austrian gunfire had disabled Re d'Italia's rudder , leaving her incapable of maneuvering. Tegetthoff seized the opportunity to ram the Italian vessel, ordered his ship to maximum speed.

After two collisions that occurred at angles too oblique to inflict serious damage, Erzherzog Ferdinand Max struck the ship more directly; the Austrian ship's ram tore a gaping hole in Re d'Italia's hull on the port side, though Erzherzog Ferdinand Max sustained no significant damage herself. Tegetthoff reversed course, allowing the Italian ironclad to lurch back to port and sink. Tegetthoff ordered his crew to lower boats to pick up the Italians struggling in the water, but the Italian ironclad San Martino was approaching, he could not allow his ship to become a stationary target.

Instead, he ordered the aviso Kaiserin Elizabeth to remain behind and pick up the survivors while Erzherzog Ferdinand Max engaged San Martino; the other Italian ships.

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For most of World War I , Erzherzog Friedrich remained in her home port of Pula , in present-day Croatia , except for four engagements. After the war, Erzherzog Friedrich was awarded to the French as a war prize in Erzherzog Friedrich displaced 10, long tons. She and her sisters were the last and largest pre-dreadnought class built by the Austro-Hungarian Navy, surpassing the Habsburg class by 2, tonnes, she was propelled by four cylinder vertical triple expansion steam engines.

Shell 20, metres at maximum elevation with a muzzle velocity of metres per second; the gun could fire three rounds per minute. Erzherzog Karl was fitted with two above water centimeter torpedo tubes, although used. In company with other units of the Austro-Hungarian navy, Erzherzog Friedrich took part in the bombardment of Ancona on 24 May Two days Erzherzog Friedrich and her two sister ships arrived in the port and assisted with the suppression of the mutiny. Following the restoration of order in the naval base, the armored cruisers Sankt Georg and Kaiser Karl VI were decommissioned and Erzherzog Friedrich and her sisters were stationed in Cattaro in their place.

Horthy felt that the element of surprise had been compromised, therefore called off the operation. This was to be the last military action Erzherzog Friedrich took part in and she spent the rest of their career at port in Pula. Following the end of World War I in November and the surrender of Austria-Hungary , Erzherzog Friedrich was ceded as a war reparation to France in , she was scrapped in Friedman, Norman. Naval Weapons of World War One. Seaforth Publishing. London : Lorenz Publishing. Lienau, Peter.

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Retrieved 23 May From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main article: List of ironclad warships of Austria-Hungary. Main article: List of battleships of Austria-Hungary. Main article: List of cruisers of Austria-Hungary. See also: River monitor. Ireneo della Croce pubblicata nell'anno Revision History.

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    source The obturator invented by Charles Ragon de Bange allowed the effective sealing of breeches in breech-loading guns. The Loa being fitted after its conversion in the Callao harbour, Trieste is a city and a seaport in northeastern Italy. It is situated towards the end of a narrow strip of Italian territory lying between the Adriatic Sea and Slovenia, which lies almost immediately south and east of the city. Trieste in the 17th century, in a contemporary image by the Carniola n historian Johann Weikhard von Valvasor. Palazzo Carciotti in Trieste, circa A line drawing of Viribus Unitis, lead ship of the Tegetthoff class.

    Line-drawing of Custoza; the shaded areas represent the portion of the ship protected by armor. The Habsburg class was a group of pre-dreadnought battleships built by Austria-Hungary at the turn of the 20th century. They were the first sea-going battleship built by Austria-Hungary since the center-battery ship Tegetthoff in Line-drawing of the Habsburg-class ships; shaded areas show the extent of the armor layout. All of the battleships of the Erzherzog Karl-class were built in the Stabilimento Tecnico Triestino shipyards in Trieste.

    Fortepan Admiral Wilhelm von Tegetthoff, namesake of the battleship Tegetthoff. Austro-Hungarian fleet maneuvers in The Monarch class was a class of three coastal defence ships, built by Austria-Hungary at the end of the 19th century.