ⓘ I.S.C.V.: Leander

                                     

ⓘ I.S.C.V.: Leander

William A. Barton reviewed I.S.C.V.: Leander in The Space Gamer No. 41. Barton commented that "Overall, Id hesitate to recommend the I.S.C.V.: Leander - or its sister ships - for the price. A referee who has neither the time nor the inclination to design his own ships for miniature actions might find something of use here, provided he doesnt mind the omissions. Anyone else should pass this up and design his own."

                                     
  • Hellespont today s Dardanelles and Leander Ancient Greek: Λέανδρος, Leandros a young man from Abydos on the opposite side of the strait. Leander fell in love
  • lead ship of a class of eight ships, the Leander - class light cruiser and was initially named HMS Leander Leander was launched at Devonport on 24 September
  • Leander - class, or Type 12 I frigates, comprising twenty - six vessels, was among the most numerous and long - lived classes of frigate in the Royal Navy s
  • Sir Leander Starr Jameson, 1st Baronet, KCMG, CB, PC 9 February 1853 26 November 1917 was a Scottish colonial politician who was best known for his
  • Leander Adrian Paes peɪs PAYSS born 17 June 1973 is an Indian professional tennis player. Paes has won eight doubles and ten mixed doubles Grand
  • Leander Dendoncker born 15 April 1995 is a Belgian international footballer who plays as either a defender or defensive midfielder for Premier League
  • HMS Leander was a second class cruiser, name ship of the Royal Navy s first Leander - class cruisers. During a revolution in Panama in 1900, Leander helped
  • Leander rescued Ramb I s captain and 112 men, of whom one later died from burns. The scuttling charges detonated shortly thereafter, causing Ramb I to
  • frigates Type 12 I Rothesay - class frigates Type 12M Leander - class frigates Van Speijk - class frigates - Netherlands Navy versions of Leander class River - class
  • with V Nickalls racing as London RC 1897 Stewards Challenge Cup racing as Leander Club 1897 Silver Goblets with E.R Balfour racing as Leander Club
  • was lost in 1808. Leander was launched in London in late 1799 as a c 430 - ton bm merchant sloop. On 3 December 1799 her master, C Anderson, received