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WORLD WAR FIRST              Francis Ferdinand assassinated at Sarajevo                  Kaiser William II promised German support for Austria against Serbia                  Austria declared war on Serbia                  Germany declared war on Russia                  Germany declared war on France and invaded Belgium. Germany had to implement the Schlieffen Plan.                  Britain declared war on Germany                  First Battle of Ypres                  Turkey entered the war on Germany’s side. Trench warfare started to dominate the Western Front.                  Britain bombarded Turkish forts in the Dardanelles                  Allied troops landed in Gallipoli                  Italy declared war on Germany and Austria                  Start of the Battle of Loos                  Start of the Battle of Verdun                  Battle of Jutland                  Start of the Brusilov Offensive                  Start of the Battle of the Somme                  USA declared war on Germany                  Start of the Third Battle at Ypres                  Second Battle of the Marne started. The start of the collapse of the German army                  Turkey made peace                  Austria made peace                  Germany signed an armistice with the Allies – the official date of the end of World War One.                  Peace conference met at Paris                  The Treaty of Versailles was signed by the Germans.
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LT N L A JEWELL, RN - CAPTAIN OF THE "SECRET MISSION" SUBMARINE. 25 JANUARY 1943, HOLY LOCH. LT N L A JEWELL, RN, CAPTAIN OF HMS/M 219 HAS MADE SOME SPECTACULAR CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SUCCESS OF THE ALLIED NORTH AFRICAN OFFENSIVE. ON HIS FIRST OPERATIONAL COMMAND HE WAS ENTRUSTED WITH THREE HIGHLY IMPORTANT SECRET MISSIONS: (1) MAKING IMPORTANT RECONNAISSANCE OFF THE ALGERIAN COAST TO PREPARE FOR THE OFFENSIVE OPENING; (2) LANDING AND RE-EMBARKING THE SECRET MISSION OF US ARMY OFFICERS WHO MADE CONTACT WITH PRE-ALLIED FRENCH LEADERS AND CLEARED THE WAY FOR THE ALLIED OPERATIONS; (3) EMBARKING GENERAL GIRAUD OFF THE FRENCH COAST, TAKING HIM TO THE OPEN MEDITERRANEAN AND TRANSFERRING HIM TO THE FLYING BOAT IN WHICH HE CONTINUED HIS JOURNEY TO GENERAL EISENHOWER'S HQ. LT JEWELL'S SUBMARINE THEN WENT ON TO CARRY OUT A SUCCESSFUL OPERATIONAL PATROL.
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LT N L A JEWELL, RN - CAPTAIN OF THE "SECRET MISSION" SUBMARINE. 25 JANUARY 1943, HOLY LOCH. LT N L A JEWELL, RN, CAPTAIN OF HMS/M 219 HAS MADE SOME SPECTACULAR CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SUCCESS OF THE ALLIED NORTH AFRICAN OFFENSIVE. ON HIS FIRST OPERATIONAL COMMAND HE WAS ENTRUSTED WITH THREE HIGHLY IMPORTANT SECRET MISSIONS: (1) MAKING IMPORTANT RECONNAISSANCE OFF THE ALGERIAN COAST TO PREPARE FOR THE OFFENSIVE OPENING; (2) LANDING AND RE-EMBARKING THE SECRET MISSION OF US ARMY OFFICERS WHO MADE CONTACT WITH PRE-ALLIED FRENCH LEADERS AND CLEARED THE WAY FOR THE ALLIED OPERATIONS; (3) EMBARKING GENERAL GIRAUD OFF THE FRENCH COAST, TAKING HIM TO THE OPEN MEDITERRANEAN AND TRANSFERRING HIM TO THE FLYING BOAT IN WHICH HE CONTINUED HIS JOURNEY TO GENERAL EISENHOWER'S HQ. LT JEWELL'S SUBMARINE THEN WENT ON TO CARRY OUT A SUCCESSFUL OPERATIONAL PATROL.