Lloyd Hall Lloyd Hall was born on June 20, 1894 in Elgin, Illinois. He was an honor student while attending West Side High School in Aurora, Illinois and captained the school debate team while competing in baseball, football and track. Lloyd graduated High School in the top 10 of his class and had to choose between four college scholarship offers. He decided to attend nearby Northwestern University, earning a Bachelor Degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry in 1916. While at Northwestern, Hall attended classes with a fellow student named Carroll L. Griffith who would later go on to become the founder of Griffith Laboratories.
This is the same day that pearl harbor was being decimated by the Japanese. At that moment Indianapolis was assigned to a task force with the mission to find the Japanese carriers responsible for the attack, however the mission was unsuccessful. Throughout WWII the USS Indianapolis was involved with numerous Naval battles in the pacific including crucial battles of Okinawa and Iwo Jima. The Indianapolis was imperative in these clashes providing support for the landing. During the Pre-invasion of Okinawa on 24 March 1945 the Indianapolis bombarded the beach defenses for seven days.
Bob's Death In 1998, a prepared obituary by The Associated Press was inadvertently released on the Internet, prompting Hope's death to be announced in the U.S. House of Representatives. Hope remained in good health until old age, though he became a bit frail. In June 2000 he spent nearly a week in a California hospital after being hospitalized for gastrointestinal bleeding. In August 2001, he spent close to two weeks in the hospital recovering from pneumonia. Books Bob Hope (May 29, 1903 – July 27, 2003) was a comedian and actor who appeared on Broadway, in vaudeville, movies, television, and on the radio.
The Case of R v Dudley & Stephens 1) Briefly state what happened in R v Dudley & Stephens In the case of R v Dudley & Stephens there was a sailboat that was struck by a wave due to the wave the boat was sinking and there was 3 people on the lifeboat that people had to get on. Steven, Stephens and Parker. The 3 then went on to an island where they were basically stranded and had nowhere to go. They spent 20 days on the Island before coming to a decision that they wanted to perform a cannibalism act on Richard Parker the 17 year old. After 4 days the two then saw a rescue which was coming to get them, which was by a German sailing barque Montezuma which returned the men to Falmouth, Cornwall.
Doris “Dorie” Miller Dorie Miller enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1939. Two years later he was a U.S. Navy Mess Attendant, Second Class, stationed in Pearl Harbor aboard the battleship USS West Virginia. On December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor was bombed by Japan. Miller was aboard the West Virginia during this time. Just after eight in the morning that day Miller was collecting laundry when a torpedo hit the West Virginia.
I will discuss three topics areas that will demonstrate the context for the artifact: JFK as a rhetor, the occasions on which the rhetoric was presented and the audience to whom the rhetoric was addressed. Background John Fitzgerald Kennedy graduated from Harvard University in 1940 and shortly thereafter joined the Navy. While serving in WWII, his PT boat was rammed and sunk by a Japanese destroyer; Kennedy suffered critical injuries, but still managed to get him and other survivors to safety. Kennedy became a Democratic Congressman in the Boston area and then progressed to the 1953 Senate (JFK). John F. Kennedy was elected the youngest and first Roman Catholic President of the United States on November 8, 1960.
“Gentlemen Your Verdict” by Michael Bruce, is a story that begins in a court room. The men in the courtroom were survivors of a submarine crash. There were 20 men in the submarine originally at the beginning of their trip. But when they crashed at the bottom of the ocean, the captain estimated that it would take a week for rescue, and the crew had 3 days of air. Someone had to go, but whom?
In 1968 the newly commissioned United States Navy Knox class destroyer escort USS Harold E. Holt (FF-1074) was named in his honour. In 1969 a plaque commemorating Holt was bolted to the seafloor off Cheviot Beach after a memorial ceremony. It bears the inscription: In memory of Harold Holt, Prime Minister of Australia, who loved the sea and disappeared hereabouts on 17 December 1967. A wing for boarders at Wesley College, Melbourne the school he attend in his final years. My View on the Issue My view on Harold Holt’s
In December Lieutenant John Paget took command.  On 1 January 1807 she sailed for the Cape of Good Hope. By June Olympia was with the squadron under Admiral George Murray involved in the operations to capture Buenos Aires, supporting General John Whitelocke's soldiers.  Murray and the naval forces were for the most part limited to conveying troops, and subsequently organising their evacuation. By July Paget had been invalided home and Taylor had replaced him.
Tsu Wong graduated with a degree in aeronautical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, so bearing in mind that Westervelt and Tsu Wong were both Massachusetts Institute of Technology alumni’s, Westervelt referred Wong to Boeing. During Wong’s interview Boeing assured his security in Seattle for one year in return to aid harvest a successful company, so he was then commissioned as the company’s chief aeronautical engineer. According to Balmaceda (n.d.) Tsu Wong