Europe is one of the smallest continents, yet is home to some of the largest mountain ranges. About 20% of the total landmass of the continent is considered mountainous, slightly less than the 24% of the total world landmass that is covered by mountains. The mountains of Europe have been home to some of the most daring feats in history, used by explorers and warlords alike.
T-1 II(SST-1: dp. 303 (surf.), 347 (subm.); l, 131& 39;3& 34;, b. 13& 39;7& 34;; dr. 12& 39;2& 34; (mean); s. 10 k. (surf.), 10.5 k. (subm.); cpl. 18; a. 1 21& 34; tt.; cl. T-1)T-1 (SST-1)—originally projected as AGSS-670— was laid down on 1 April 1962 at Groton, Conn., by the Electric Boat Division of the General Dynamics Corp.
The Mensheviks and Bolsheviks were factions within the Russian Social-Democratic Workers' Party during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They aimed to bring revolution to Russia by following the ideas of socialist theoretician Karl Marx (1818-1883). One group, the Bolsheviks, successfully seized power in the Russian Revolution of 1917, aided by a combination of Lenin's cold-hearted drive and the Mensheviks' utter stupidity.
Six members of the prominent Massachusetts Quincy family, all named Josiah Quincy, played significant roles in American history. The first Josiah Quincy was born in Boston in 1709 and was a colonel during the American Revolution. He died in 1784.His son, known as Josiah Quincy Jr., was born in Boston on January 23, 1744.