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London was a 76-gun second-rate ship of the line in the Navy of the Commonwealth of England, originally built at Chatham Dockyard by shipwright John Taylor, and launched in June 1656. She gained fame as one of the ships that escorted Charles II from Holland back to England during the English Restoration, carrying Charles' younger brother James Duke of York, and commanded by Captain John Lawson.

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  • London (Schiff, 1656)
  • London (1656 English ship)
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  • Die London war ein Dreidecker mit 64 Geschützen der Royal Navy. Sie ging am 8. März 1665 durch Explosion im Mündungsdelta der Themse verloren. Nachdem das Wrack 2008 gefunden wurde, wurde es unmittelbar unter Schutz gestellt. Trotzdem wurden drei Geschütze illegal nach den USA verkauft. Der Bergungsverantwortliche wurde zu zwei Jahren Haft und einer Strafe von 35.000 ₤ verurteilt.
  • London was a 76-gun second-rate ship of the line in the Navy of the Commonwealth of England, originally built at Chatham Dockyard by shipwright John Taylor, and launched in June 1656. She gained fame as one of the ships that escorted Charles II from Holland back to England during the English Restoration, carrying Charles' younger brother James Duke of York, and commanded by Captain John Lawson.
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  • London
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  • *64 guns in 1660 *76 guns in 1665
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  • *360 men in 1660 *450 men in 1665
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  • --03-07
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  • June 1656
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  • London
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  • Die London war ein Dreidecker mit 64 Geschützen der Royal Navy. Sie ging am 8. März 1665 durch Explosion im Mündungsdelta der Themse verloren. Nachdem das Wrack 2008 gefunden wurde, wurde es unmittelbar unter Schutz gestellt. Trotzdem wurden drei Geschütze illegal nach den USA verkauft. Der Bergungsverantwortliche wurde zu zwei Jahren Haft und einer Strafe von 35.000 ₤ verurteilt.
  • London was a 76-gun second-rate ship of the line in the Navy of the Commonwealth of England, originally built at Chatham Dockyard by shipwright John Taylor, and launched in June 1656. She gained fame as one of the ships that escorted Charles II from Holland back to England during the English Restoration, carrying Charles' younger brother James Duke of York, and commanded by Captain John Lawson. London was accidentally blown up in 1665 and sank in the Thames Estuary. According to Samuel Pepys 300 of her crew were killed, 24 were blown clear and survived, including one woman. Lawson was not aboard at the time of the explosion but many of his relatives were killed.
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  • Taylor, Chatham
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  • Accidentally blown up, 7 March 1665
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