Westland Whirlwind (1940-1943) The Westland Whirlwind (Whirly or Whirlibomber in RAF slang) was a British twin-engined heavy fighter developed by Westland Aircraft. It was the Royal Air Force's first single-seat, twin-engined, cannon-armed fighter, and a contemporary of the Supermarine Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane. It was one of the fastest aircraft in service when it flew in the late 1930s, and was much more heavily armed than any other. However, protracted development problems with its…

Westland Whirlwind (1940-1943) The Westland Whirlwind (Whirly or Whirlibomber in RAF slang) was a British twin-engined heavy fighter developed by Westland Aircraft. It was the Royal Air Force's first single-seat, twin-engined, cannon-armed fighter, and a contemporary of the Supermarine Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane. It was one of the fastest aircraft in service when it flew in the late 1930s, and was much more heavily armed than any other. However, protracted development problems with its…

Hawker Hurricane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hawker Hurricane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

List of North Carolina hurricanes - Wikipedia

List of North Carolina hurricanes - Wikipedia

September 8, 1900 – Galveston Hurricane of 1900: a powerful hurricane hits Galveston, Texas killing about 8,000 people.

September 8, 1900 – Galveston Hurricane of 1900: a powerful hurricane hits Galveston, Texas killing about 8,000 people.

☀ Puerto Rico ☀1899 San Ciriaco hurricane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

☀ Puerto Rico ☀1899 San Ciriaco hurricane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Hurricane of 1900 made landfall on September 8, 1900, in the city of Galveston, Texas, USA. It had estimated winds of 145 miles per hour (233 km/h) at landfall, making it a Category 4 storm on the Saffir–Simpson Hurricane Scale. It became extratropical on September 11 and was the deadliest hurricane in US history, and the second costliest hurricane in U.S. history.

The Hurricane of 1900 made landfall on September 8, 1900, in the city of Galveston, Texas, USA. It had estimated winds of 145 miles per hour (233 km/h) at landfall, making it a Category 4 storm on the Saffir–Simpson Hurricane Scale. It became extratropical on September 11 and was the deadliest hurricane in US history, and the second costliest hurricane in U.S. history.

Collecting the dead after the Sept. 8,1900 Galveston hurricane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Collecting the dead after the Sept. 8,1900 Galveston hurricane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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