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Sausalito, California

, the Kaiser Company (Kaiser Shipyards) at their Swan Island Yard at Portland, Oregon, the Marinship Corp. (Marinship) of Sausalito, California and the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Company of Chester, Pennsylvania. During that period, average production time from laying of the keel to "fitting out" was 70 days. The record, however, was held by Marinship, which had the SS ''Huntington Hills'' (SS Huntington Hills) ready for sea trials in just 33 days


Mobile, Alabama

by the Alabama Drydock and Shipbuilding Company of Mobile, Alabama, the Kaiser Company (Kaiser Shipyards) at their Swan Island Yard at Portland, Oregon, the Marinship Corp. (Marinship) of Sausalito, California and the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Company of Chester, Pennsylvania. During that period, average production time from laying of the keel to "fitting out" was 70 days. The record, however, was held by Marinship, which had the SS Huntington Hills SS


Helsinki

, comprising 23 for Helsinki and 29 for Tampere. Murray, Alan (2000). ''World Trolleybus Encyclopaedia''. p. 99. Yateley, Hampshire, UK: Trolleybooks. ISBN 0-904235-18-1. The largest bombing raid against the capital of Finland, Helsinki, occurred on the first day of the war (Bombing of Helsinki in World War II#Winter War). The capital was bombed only a few times thereafter. All in all, Finland lost only 5% of total man-hour production time because of Soviet bombings. Nevertheless, Soviet air attacks affected thousands of civilians, killing 957, Kurenmaa and Lentilä (2005) (#Kur&Lent2005), p. 1152 as the Soviets recorded 2,075 bombing attacks in 516 localities. The city of Viipuri, a major Soviet objective close to the Karelian Isthmus front, was almost levelled by nearly 12,000 bombs. Trotter (2002) (#Trotter2002), pp. 187–188 No attacks on civilian targets were mentioned in Soviet radio or newspaper reports. In January 1940, the ''Pravda'' continued to stress that no civilian targets in Finland had been struck, even by accident. Tillotson (1993) (#Tillotson1993), p. 157 He came to Helsinki in 1831 and became a member of the circle of young nationalist men surrounding Johan Ludvig Runeberg, in whose home he stayed for some time. Topelius became a student at the Imperial Alexander University of Finland (University of Helsinki) in 1833, received his ''master's degree'' degree in 1840, the Licentiate degree in 1844 and was made a doctor of philosophy in 1847, having defended a dissertation titled ''De modo matrimonia jungendi apud fennos quondam vigente'' ("About the custom of marriage among the ancient Finns"). Besides history, his academic studies had for periods been devoted both to Theology and Medicine. He was secretary of Societas pro fauna et flora fennica 1842-1846, was employed by the university library 1846-1861, and taught History, Statistics and Swedish at the school Helsingfors lyceum during the same period. ** Across Europe, Kurdish rebels take over embassies and hold hostages after Turkey arrests one of their rebel leaders. * February 21 – The Albertinkatu shootings in Helsinki, Finland: Three men are killed and 1 wounded at a shooting range. * February 22 – Moderate Iraqi Shiite cleric Mohammad Mohammad Sadeq al-Sadr is assassinated. * July 19–26 (July 26) – Washington D.C. is "buzzed" by several alleged UFOs (Unidentified flying object) tracked on multiple radars. Jets scramble on several occasions and the objects take evasive action, only to return after the jets leave the area. Commons:Category:Helsinki Wikipedia:Helsinki Dmoz:Regional Europe Finland Southern Finland Localities Helsinki


Portland, Oregon

were built in extremely short production times by the Alabama Drydock and Shipbuilding Company of Mobile, Alabama, the Kaiser Company (Kaiser Shipyards) at their Swan Island Yard at Portland, Oregon, the Marinship Corp. (Marinship) of Sausalito, California and the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Company of Chester, Pennsylvania. During that period, average production time from laying of the keel to "fitting out" was 70 days. The record, however, was held


Greece

–321 doi 10.1525 can.2006.21.2.295 The shoulders of the lorica hamata had flaps that were similar to the Greek (Greece) 'Linothorax' which ran from about mid-back to the front of the torso, and were connected by brass or iron hooks which connected to studs riveted through the ends of the flaps. Up to 30,000 rings would have gone into one lorica hamata, and the estimated production time was two months even with continual slave labor at the state-run armouries


Italy

to apply. Total production time for each vehicle was over 1500 manhours. In 1980, the Blackhawk was redesigned for the Pontiac Bonneville chassis. Design and manufacturing With an extra heavy gauge steel body handmade at ''Carrozzeria Padane'' in Modena, Italy, and from 1972 at ''Carrozzeria Saturn'' in Cavallermaggiore, near Torino, Italy, and greater than 19 feet long, the production Blackhawk used Pontiac Grand Prix running gear, Pontiac's 7.5 L (455

). Later Blackhawks used Pontiac's ''403 (Pontiac V8 engine#403)'' and ''350 (Pontiac V8 engine#350)''. Also Ford, Chevrolet and Cadillac engines were used. The handbuilt Blackhawk had 18 to 22 handrubbed lacquer paint coats that took six weeks to apply. Total production time for each vehicle was over 1500 manhours. In 1980, the Blackhawk was redesigned for the Pontiac Bonneville chassis. Little is known of his personal life. Two dates can be cited: in 1326, he was granted a license


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