* AIRSHIPS WALL CALENDAR 2017 * This wall calendar is dedicated to the great history of airships, presented in a unique poster with 24 historical profiles illustrated by Max Pinucci together with an international team of experts. Designed for collectors and enthusiasts of aviation, airships and history.
MAYFLOWERThe Mayflower was a typical English merchant ship of the early 17th century. In July 1620 she set sail from England carrying Puritans and Separatists now known as the "Pilgrim Fathers" to start a new life in the New World (America) and founded a colony at Plymouth Massachusetts
"São Martinho"Spanish Galleon, flagship of the Spanish Armada. The São Martinho (Saint Martin) armed with 48 heavy guns, was built as a Portuguese Navy galleon. Became the flagship of the Duke of Medina Sidonia, the Spanish Commander in chief during the Spanish Armada of 1588.
"HMS Dreadnought" Lord Nelson class BattleshipCommissioned 2 December 1906. Decommissioned February 191918 March 1915 HMS Dreadnought ramemd and sunk the imperial German Navy U-29 submarine.She is the only battleship to have sunk a submarine.
"RMS Titanic" The famous British liner built for the White Star Line just over 100 years ago. The largest passenger ship of the age, she sank on her maiden voyage in April 1912 after hitting an iceberg. There were not enough lifeboats and over 1500 people died.