File:Halstead 18980017.jpg

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English: Spanish ship Vizcaya after defeat
Source Our Country in War by Murat Halstead (1898)
Author Murat Halstead
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2009-10-10 14:31 2000×1544× (1203903 bytes) Billwhittaker {{Information |Description = Spanish ship Vizcaya after defeat |Source = ''Our Country in War'' by Murat Halstead (1898) |Date = ~~~~~ |Author = Murat Halstead |Permission = Public Domain |other_versions = }}

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