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“Then, at 11: 04, Jellicoe asked Beatty, “When did Queen Mary and Indefatigable go down?””
“Cranmer and Bishop Ridley in 1552, and after Queen Mary (1553-58) had failed to restore her country to union with Rome and the Catholic”
“DESPITE THE SEVENTH-LEVEL JOGGING DECK, a good-size gym, and several swimming pools, I believe it is impossible to spend six days on the Queen Mary and not gain weight.”
“Taking into account cost, schedule, and comfort Im not sure the girls would have done well on a freighter, the most attractive plan was to sail home on the Queen Mary II.”
“Last year I went to visit Jerry Brotton, the senior lecturer in Renaissance studies at Queen Mary College, University of London.”
“Famous British ships — the battleship Warspite, the battle cruisers Queen Mary and Indefatigable — had been sunk (Invincible had been mistaken for Warspite).”
“I noticed that Queen Mary and Indefatigable were … [missing] but never realized that they had been sunk ….”
“And then at 6: 30, said Hase, “for the third time we witnessed that dreadful spectacle we had already seen in the case of Queen Mary and Defence.””
“The Commander-in-Chief was given no details of the battle cruiser action and he learned of the loss of Indefatigable and Queen Mary only the following day.”
“Beatty replied, astonishing the Commander-in-Chief by giving the positions of the “wreck of Queen Mary … wreck of Invincible … [and] wreck of Indefatigable.””
Looking for tweets for Queen Mary.