The battleship Oregon steamed halfway around the world to take part in the Spanish-American War

Foster, Flavius M.
August 2005
Military History;Aug2005, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p10
Discusses the involvement of the battleship Oregon in the Spanish-American War. Features of the battleship; Actions taken by the battleship's crew to conserve the supply of fresh water for the boilers of the ship; Use of all the guns and torpedo tubes of the battleship when the Washington Naval Treaty went into effect in January 1924.


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