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Flamingo nXt5 Render
Raytracing and Radiosity for Rhino
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Historical Ships Modelled
The Naval Aid Bill (1912-13)
Canadian Battleships of the Most Modern and Powerful Type
Three additional Queen Elizabeth Class Battleships (Designs U1 & U2)
On the 5th of December 1912, the Rt. Honourable R. L. Borden introduced in the Canadian House of Commons the Naval Aid Act. The object of this bill is to increase immediately the effective naval forces of the Empire. It provides for an expenditure of $35,000,000 for the construction and equipment of battleships or armoured cruisers of the most modern and powerful type. When the ships are constructed, they will be placed at the disposal of His Majesty for the common defence of the Empire. Right Hon. R. L. BORDEN (Prime Minister) moved for leave to introduce Bill (No. 21) to authorize measures for increasing the effective naval forces of the Empire.
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