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Chilean crew on the rigging of the naval vessel GENERAL BAQUEDANO, July 1931
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Image by Australian National Maritime Museum on The Commons
The GENERAL BAQUEDANO moored at East Circular Quay on 16 July 1931 and the crew spent two weeks in Sydney. The ship had previously visited Sydney in 1903. In 1931, the vessel was considered obsolete as a fighting ship, but very useful as a training vessel. In naval categories, GENERAL BAQUEDANO is known as a corvette (in Spanish corbeta), which is defined as a flush-decked ship with one tier of guns, a type replaced by the modern cruiser. Fully-rigged, the vessel was fitted with triple-expansion engines as auxiliary, and had a displacement of 2,330 tons. The visit attracted significant public interest and the daily activities of the Chileans were reported in the Sydney Morning Herald.

The crew played a soccer match against members of the HMAS CANBERRA crew, laid a wreath at the Martin Place cenotaph, displayed their rigging skills while aloft and opened their vessel to the public. Captain Alvarez also hosted visits by the Governor of NSW Sir Phillip Game, the Premier of NSW and the Lord Mayor. The departure of GENERAL BAQUEDANO from Sydney Harbour was quite eventful, with one rating attempting to desert the ship and swim ashore, two sailors being left at the dock and transported to the vessel by police launch and another bewildered Chilean was found wandering the streets. He was later reunited with his fellow sailors in Auckland after transport was arranged on a departing cargo ship.

This photo is part of the Australian National Maritime Museum’s Samuel J. Hood Studio collection. Sam Hood (1872-1953) was a Sydney photographer with a passion for ships. His 60-year career spanned the romantic age of sail and two world wars. The photos in the collection were taken mainly in Sydney and Newcastle during the first half of the 20th century.

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Photographer: Samuel J. Hood Studio Collection

Object no. 00034751

DO2 #16 Selectividad – págs. 44-45
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"Selectividad" de la revista DO2 #16
Diseño: Gilberto Moya

Revista DO2. Número 16.

Vicerrectorado de Estudiantes, Vicerrectorado del Campus de Cuenca y de Extensión Universitaria y Patronato Universitario "Cardenal Gil de Albornoz"
Año: 2011

Edición y Dirección General: Vicerrectorado de Estudiantes de la UCLM.
Dirección Ejecutiva: Carmen López Balboa.
Dirección Editorial: José Antonio Montero Álvarez.

Dirección de Arte: Beatriz Torres Germán.
Diseño, maquetación, ilustraciones y fotografía: Francisco J. Bueno, Mario Rodríguez, Agustín Tello, Adrián Martínez, Héctor Morejón y Gilberto Moya.
Producción: Carmen Arias , Diego Ayllón, Lucía Piuzzi y Marta Sukiennik.
Redacción: Antonio Lamérica, Lido Kildare y Paqui Velasco.
Versión Video: Adrián Langreo, Javier Urdániz, Roberto Fraile y Mariola Montero.
También han colaborado en los diseños, fotografía e ilustraciones de este número: Alicia Alcañiz, Elena Valero, Soraya Agulló, Cristina Moreda, Sandra Martín, Sara Gómez y Eva Torrero.
Programación web y versión digital de contenidos: Ricardo Esteban y Ángel Alarcón.
Modelos: Javier García, Lucía Martínez y Pau Line; Jesús Arroyo y Lidia Millán; Javier ruiz y Noemí Utiel; Paula Jimánez, Paula Cid y Pablo Alti; Julio García y Alba Jiménez; Beatriz Villarino y Carlos Velázquez; Lidia Espinosa. Samanta Roa, Victoria Gutierrez, Tammy-Lee Hill y Laura García.

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Image taken from page 493 of ‘Geschiedenis van België … Versierd met 200 houtsneden, etc’
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Title: "Geschiedenis van België … Versierd met 200 houtsneden, etc", "Single Works"
Author: CONSCIENCE, Hendrik.
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 9415.b.5."
Page: 493
Place of Publishing: Antwerpen
Date of Publishing: 1845
Publisher: J.-E. Buschmann
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 000767129

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