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Alerte rouge : quatre têtes nucléaires vendues par un général russe véreux au groupe terroriste  » Sword of Islam « , lié à Ben Laden, viennent d’être récupérées sur le sol américain par des cellules dormantes. NSA, CIA, FBI… à Washington, sous l’autorité de l’amiral Jake Grafton, les services de sécurité entrent immédiatement en action. Leur mission : démasquer à tout prix les terroristes et neutraliser les bombes. Fût-ce au mépris des sacro-saintes libertés individuelles. Mais ce que Grafton ignore encore, c’est l’objectif des criminels. Un symbole pour les États-Unis, comme pour le monde entier : la statue de la Liberté… Un techno-thriller stupéfiant de réalisme par l’un des maîtres du genre, qui dévoile les connexions terroristes mondiales, de l’Égypte à la Russie, de l’Afghanistan au Vietnam, sur fond d’après-11 septembre.

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Please forward this error screen to sharedip-10718050243. Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the U. WWII Liberty class naval cargo ship. Navy ships named « Liberty », see USS Liberty. Brown is one of only two surviving operational Liberty ships.

Liberty ships were a class of cargo ship built in the United States during World War II. Though British in conception, the design was adapted by the United States for its simple, low-cost construction. The class was developed to meet British orders for transports to replace ships that had been torpedoed by German U-boats. The vessels were purchased both for the U. Their production mirrored on a much larger scale the manufacture of the Hog Islander and similar standardized ship types during World War I. Only four Liberty ships are preserved, two as operational museum ships. In 1936, the American Merchant Marine Act was passed to subsidize the annual construction of 50 commercial merchant vessels which could be used in wartime by the United States Navy as naval auxiliaries, crewed by U.

In 1940 the British government ordered 60 Ocean-class freighters from American yards to replace war losses and boost the merchant fleet. The predecessor designs, which included the Northeast Coast, Open Shelter Deck Steamer, were based on a simple ship originally produced in Sunderland by J. The design was modified by the United States Maritime Commission, in part to increase conformity to American construction practices, but more importantly to make it even quicker and cheaper to build. S’ for steam engines, and ‘C1’ for design C1.

On 27 March 1941, the number of lend-lease ships was increased to 200 by the Defense Aid Supplemental Appropriations Act and increased again in April to 306, of which 117 would be Liberty ships. By 1941, the steam turbine was the preferred marine steam engine because of its greater efficiency compared to earlier reciprocating compound steam engines. The ships are constructed of sections that were welded together. This is similar to the technique used by Palmer’s at Jarrow, northeast England, but substitutes welding for riveting. Riveted ships took several months to construct. The work force was newly trained — no one ever previously built welded ships.

The ships initially had a poor public image due to their appearance. In a speech announcing the emergency shipbuilding program President Franklin D. Roosevelt had referred to the ship as « a dreadful looking object », and Time magazine called it an « Ugly Duckling ». Aerial photograph of the Liberty ship SS John W. Brown outbound from the United States carrying a large deck cargo after her conversion to a « Limited Capacity Troopship.

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