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Phonetic Alphabets, Historic, English and Others.
Telegraph and Radio Abbreviations, 100 Phonetic Alphabets, 20 Morse Codes, much
PHONETIC ALPHABETS - HISTORIC, ENGLISH & OTHERS ] Nov 2002 + & + * ! Third Edition NOW AVAILABLE ! * * PAYPAL * + & + + & + + & + + & + Update as at 21 Oct
Introduction, 'Phonetic Alphabets' This page carries the postings created by of Cambridge, UK
Full credit and thanks are given to Brian for his work which he has updated with new His postings continue to be listed and by at Columbia, USA., "Phonetic Alphabets" ; as listed herein are not truly phonetic as they do not describe the sounding of the letters represented
Lists of words were devised which were incorrectly called - "Phonetic Alphabets" - by the military and this nomenclature has stuck
Phonetic Alphabet Listings and Accents
Accent Example Substitute Acute á = a-acute a' (/ over letter) Cedilla ç = c-cedilla c, (, like under letter) Circle above å = a-circle a* (o over letter) Circumflex ê = e-circumflex e^ (^ over letter) Grave è = e-grave e ( over letter) Hacek = s-hacek s+ (inverted ^ over letter) Tilde ñ = n-tilde n~ (~ over letter) Umlaut ö = o-umlaut o" (two dots over letter) The NATO Phonetic Alphabet This Alphabet, also known as the ITU, International, Aircraft and other names, was developed after World War II
Reference site detailing specification on military weapons from World War II to
the modern era.
Phonetic Alphabets, Wordlists, Texts
Contains the NATO phonetic alphabet list used by military and civilian radio
operators. Also features...
The NATO phonetic alphabet: Alpha Bravo Charlie Delta Echo Foxtrot Golf Hotel India Juliet Kilo Lima Mike November Oscar Papa Quebec Romeo Sierra Tango Uniform Victor Whiskey Xray Yankee Zulu ITU version: Alfa Juliett X-ray Phonetic alphabets also Morse code mnemonics of 18 November 2002 (1500 lines, 41k)
ITU for (and ITU alphabet)
(for silent alphabet)
Saratov for , the alphabet generally and Gagarin
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Overview, history, and images of Camp X-Ray.
To identify the camps, a name was designated to each to correspond with the phonetic alphabet used for official military 'radio' communication (Camp Alpha, Camp Bravo up to Camp Golf)
When additional sites were established on the north side of the base, camp names were designated using the opposite end of the alphabet, to include Camp X-Ray
US Military and State Abbreviations and Acronyms
Contains terms and aircraft designations for all military branches.
L. Frank Baum
Provides a short introduction to Baum's life and works.
Dighe (2002) - - See also : - For further information : by Scott Andrew Hutchins Selected works: THE MAID OF ARRAN, 1882 (play, music and lyrics by Baum) MATCHES, 1882 (play) KILMOURNE, OR O'CONNOR'S DREAM, 1888 THE BOOK OF HAMBURGS, 1896 MOTHER GOOSE IN PROSE, 1897 BY THE CANDELABRA'S GLARE, 1898 FATHER GOOSE, 1899 A NEW WONDERLAND, 1900 THE ARMY ALPHABET, 1900 THE NAVY ALPHABET, 1900 THE ART OF DECORATING DRY GOODS WINDOW AND INTERIORS, 1900 THE SONGS OF FATHER GOOSE FOR THE KINDERGARTEN, 1900 THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ, 1900 - Ozin velho/Oz-maan taikuri - Film adaptations : The Wizard of Oz (1925) , dir
History of Cryptography and Secrecy Systems
A historical overview of early cryptographic techniques.
Photo by www.globalsecurity.org
Military Geology of Palau
The geologic and soils mapping of the Palau Islands was conducted under the
Pacific Islands Geologic... Runes
Explores the European origins of alphabet
. Wikipedia: L. Frank Baum
A profile of the author who wrote The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, and thirteen other
novels based on the... Wikipedia - MI5
Hyperlinked encyclopedia entry provides the history of the Security Service,
responsible for protecting...After a series of bureaucratic designation changes in which it was known as MO5 (Directorate of Military Operations Section 5) and gained various subdepartments denoted by letters of the alphabet, the domestic section came to be known as MI5 ( Section 5), a name it retains today (albeit informally)
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Navajo Code Talkers in World War II
A fact sheet about Navajo code talkers and how they took part in every assault
the US Marines conducted...
It has no alphabet or symbols, and is spoken only on the Navajo lands of the American Southwest
Catch A New Batch of ABC Books
Reviews of and recommendations for content-rich books which emphasize alphabet skills.
Editor's note: Looking for ideas for using ABC books across the grades and the curriculum? Check out this week's Education World LESSON PLANNING story, for more than 200 ideas for ABC books your students might create! The 'King of ABC Books' is at it again! Author Jerry Pallotta's latest book, The Boat Alphabet Book (Charlesbridge Publishing), joins last year's The Airplane Alphabet Book and its predecessors, which include The Dinosaur Alphabet Book , The Icky Bug Alphabet Book , The Extinct Alphabet Book , The Ocean Alphabet Book , The Desert Alphabet Book , and ten others -- all of which belong on library shelves everywhere! The Boat Alphabet Book introduces students of all ages to the A-to-Z of water craft
They're all in The Boat Alphabet Book ! Travel with Pallotta on canoes in lakes, and kayaks in raging rivers
And, while you're cruising with Pallotta, learn some basic nautical terms too! In The Boat Alphabet Book , illustrator David Biedrzycki joins Pallotta for the second time ( The Freshwater Alphabet Book , 1996)
The Boat Alphabet Book is a fine addition to Pallotta's pack of alpha-books -- and a great addition to any teacher's transportation curriculum! Don't miss this trip through boat history
The history and culture.
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The Greeks received their alphabet from them as late as the 10th century B.C
The Phoenician Alphabet
THE ALPHABET Sumerian cuneiforms (wedge shaped symbols in clay tablets) and Egyptian hieroglyphics (pictographs) were the only known forms of writing before the alphabet as we know it was developed
By about 1200 B.C., the Phoenicians had developed symbols which in time became a real alphabet
The Phoenician alphabet consisted of twenty-two symbols, all consonants
The Egyptian symbol for the ox head was given the Semitic name aleph and was sounded as 'a.' The symbol for house became Beth and was sounded as 'b.' It is easily see how the Phoenician alphabet was used to form the other alphabets which followed it
In time, these letters became the Roman letters A and B and eventually the English A and B, and so on for the entire alphabet
Overview article from The Red Book of the Peoples of the Russian Empire.
The Khant alphabet was designed using Latin characters with some additional symbols added to designate special phonemes
In 1937 it was replaced by the Russian alphabet
The reduction of the number of the characters and simplification of the alphabet were regarded as a considerable achivement but at once difficulties in expressing the accurate phonemes in written form appeared
Article on the background of the alphabet with illustrations.
The Runic alphabets are a set of related alphabets using letters known as runes, formerly used to write Germanic languages, mainly in Scandinavia and the British Isles
150, and the alphabet was generally replaced by the Latin alphabet with Christianisation, by ca
The three best known runic alphabets are: the Older Futhark (ca
15001910) The most likely candidates for the origins of runic scripts are the 5th to 1st century BC Northern Italic alphabets, Lepontic, Rhaetic and Venetic, all closely related to each other and themselves descended from the Old Italic alphabet
Encyclopedia.com: War Crimes
Short article about the definition of war crimes, and the prosecution of past
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Ancient Nubia - The Kingdom of Kush
An informational timeline.
The Meroitic alphabet has never been deciphered due to the lack of a translation key or Rosetta stone
The Kingdom of Kush, with its alphabet, commerce and architectural triumphs was the equal of its ancient world counterparts
The Childhood & Education of William Shakespeare
Provides details of the petty school, grammar school and the tudor alphabet used
during the Elizabethan era.