Wargaming Has Stirred Up Some Horrifying Events for Halloween
Monstrous vehicles are unleashed in World of Tanks on console Xbox, PlayStation®4
World of Warships PC
October, 2016 — This Halloween, be afraid. Be very afraid. When the portal between our world and another realm weakens, terror strikes both land and sea. An otherworldly horde has invaded, sparking an epic battle between good and evil in World of Warships PC and World of Tanks on Xbox and PlayStation®4.
World of Warships Launches Its First Virtual Reality Video Experience with HMS Belfast
Discover the renowned British cruiser in mixed reality VR, then put her to the test in-game
October 25, 2016 — World of Warships fans and historical enthusiasts alike can jump into the HMS Belfast VR Experience, then set sail with the historic British cruiser in-game.
The photo is of The Bob Newbon involved in the rescue of the Ponus in 1916 kindly lent from Brian Osborne’s ‘Images of the Past’ Collection.
Saturday 22 October 2016 – Sunday 13 November
Opening this weekend, Hope in the Great War tells the story of six heroic RNLI rescues, including the story of 3 November 1916 when the Falmouth lifeboat crew and service men rescued 20 people from the tanker Ponus.
Collins Books are incredibly excited to announce the upcoming publication of Astronomy Photographer of the Year, Collection 5. This year’s competition, organized by the Royal Observatory, Greenwich reached an unprecedented level of popularity, with over 4,500 entries from all over the world, including for the first time, Antarctica!
They have brought together the extraordinary 140 shortlisted and winning images in the beautiful Collection 5
This day two hundred and eleven years ago Lord Horatio Nelson died at the Battle of Trafalgar. By request, I’m posting a Nelson quiz I devised a few years ago. Test your knowledge of Nelson lore with these twenty questions. (Answers at the end of the blog.)
And there’s a copy of Victory, up for grabs. Just email me with the name of the the plucky little vessel that brought the news of the battle back to England. Please put ‘Victory’ in the subject line and don’t forget to include your full postal address.
Deadline: October 31