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Sherlock Holmes, Case of the Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor"

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  • 1. “Sherlock Holmes” <br />Case of the: “Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor”<br />(Chapter 1)<br />On a most Dreadful of all afternoons of “high humidity” at an evening setting of afternoon tea during the summer of 1918, June 23rd<br /> “Holmes and myself had become accustom to engage in the “Trifle affairs” of entertainment among the lasts edition of the “English Press, when for the strangest of reasoning “Holmes” arrange for “Mrs. Hudson” to prepare a batch of sandwiches with cookies and a large pitcher of “Milk”, <br />I admit I was just working the delightful uncomforting tummy pains within the past 35 moments of “Delightful wild rice stuff Cornish Game Pheasant” with all of the other proper attire one would indulge in” and with “Harmony of Pleasures”.<br />When “Holmes announce “Watson” we have a Army of Arriving “Guest”, and they bring news of “Travel of Afar, which this well diligence and prompt Professionals are indeed requesting a handsome payment (9) pence silver for each”, for such good, enthuse, and I may say excitement in delivery of such News….<br />As I query this announcement into play, my natural reaction was to reply “Holmes” we have been together all of the afternoon and no such postman, post such delivery of these developments, <br />Neither any such important news as this came about any messenger, and just when this information became of knowledge to you…<br />“Holmes” had quickly interrupted and replied 3 and ½ minutes ago, and as this quick time frame was stated to me’; I notice “Holmes”, moving quickly about packing for a “Voyage” of some sorts, And without so much of a glance “Holmes” dictated the “Particulars” which bring this indeed, amazement chain of “Worldly” events to print, with the “Occult”, <br />“Unnatural hexing of superstition” and practices of Bizarre Voodoo Witchcraft”…. In a disguise to aid a long History of Criminal Misdeeds….<br />As “Holmes” finished his sentences of “Witchcraft” leaving me quite “very stung in my thoughts, tracks, and speech”, “Holmes” quickly insert that my “Professional Medical opinion is required with greatness of urgency, <br />Because the “Doctor” list here on his card one “Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D.” whom we shall be paying a “special consultation” visit to, lives in “America” “Watson” <br />And is of having an Official title of sorts as a “Prince of a Tribe in Lagos Nigeria, Africa”, and <br /> A Practices of “Professional Medicine” within the United States, his Doctor office is location in Houston Texas, bring about a long list of fictitious characters within himself, with “Head Hunter acting agents and confederates “Watson”….”leaving the naked eye to behold”.<br /> And then there is “Professor James Majority” sending us a personal special invite “Live” in the “American Wire”, while the “Devil himself” is maintaining some distance here in some “raunchy habitual hole” deep in the “Dark of London England” under the “Character name of (Dortrupt) ….which this is indeed a lame blind “Watson”, but let it be what it may’.<br />But I feel “Watson” our summons of a “Brisk Ocean Voyage Travel should give us a well deserve breath of fresh open air and some slight sightseeing adventure along the way, if nothing the less, a little bore regret, and unavoidable dilly.<br />You see for “Watson” at 4 and ½ minutes ago, the painting on the “Wall near the window, started a slight tremble, and as the dash of each 20 second past, the lamp join in, with just a slight more tremble state, then the painting”. <br />And as you can hear now from the racing sound at 5 blocks now away “Watson” of a “Team of Horses” at full throttle in this direction of our “Baker Street” lodgings…..Carrying these lads in a pallor of their own Army, whom all are in my faithful employment, <br />And from the sounds at this very moment as they attempt to bring thunder to stop, theses lads are very quite rich, and happy in the deliver on the News which require at the bequest of “Professor James Majority” “Watson” we are require to engage in the disappearance to America”…. And for these Sandwiches, Cookies, is a well deserve Bonus… <br />By: Louis Charles Hamilton II. (Cmdr. Bluefin): To be continuing…….<br />(Chapter 2)<br />Holmes and I finishing “packing what seem to be the “entire loot” of our joining establishment”, into several waiting sturdy “Hansoms, all but a “few chemical bottles”, and couple of old outdated news manuscripts,<br />Which we then departed for our long eventful journey to “Bourneufourt Harbor” throughout the Country sides of England to Board “Agamemnon Ocean Vessel”,<br />As the ride endure “Holmes to my surprise became my amuse tour guide expert on “English Ocean Shipping Vessels” with the light recital into also “Ajax and “Achilles” of all three of Alfred Holt’s first shipping vessels; <br /> The history of the Alfred Holt‘s Ocean Shipping Group begins as thus in 1865, when two brothers, Alfred and Philip Holt of Liverpool, set up the Ocean Steamship Company. <br />Its purpose was to provide a regular steamship cargo service from England to China, at first via the Cape of Good Hope. <br />At that time the steamship was not considered an economical long distance cargo carrier, but the Holt brothers planned to use a new type of steamer that they were convinced could compete effectively with sail on this route. <br />This was an ambitious project requiring a large investment. It involved building three ships, each of 2,280 tons, iron-hulled, and powered by a new type of compound steam engine designed by Alfred Holt, who was an engineer. <br />He and his brother were the sons of a wealthy Liverpool cotton broker, and they had already proven the potential of this type of ship in West Indian trade. <br />By selling the five ships they had owned in that trade they were able to put up almost half the capital needed for the new enterprise. The rest of the money came from other members of the family and their business friends in Liverpool. <br />The company was founded before the days of limited liability, so all the shareholders were taking a considerable risk. The two Holt brothers, then aged 37 and 36, took on the management of the ships. <br />Their gamble paid off. The ships performed well and the cargoes followed: in the early days the chief goods transported were cotton textiles, which went from England to China, and tea, which went from China back to England. <br />The Holts' ships became well known for their classical names (Agamemnon, Ajax, and Achilles were the first three) and their trademark blue funnels. Although the company was officially called the Ocean Steamship Co. it was much more often referred to as "Holts" or the "Blue Funnel Line."<br /> For you see “Watson” not only will our “Travel to “America” be secure in the sounds of a fine on going ocean vessel transportation, <br />But we will be having Dinner Guest” with the “Captain Ronald Niel Stuart, whom has also secure us well fine “Statements Quarters” lodgings,<br />Captain Ronald Niel Stuart VC DSO RD RNR was highly decorated for his service in the Royal Navy during the first World War I.<br /> In addition to his British decorations, he was honored with the French Croix de Guerre and the United States' Navy Cross while serving in the Royal Navy during the First Battle of the Atlantic. <br />Never such their be a more “Master at the Helm” with a fine “Steward Department for pleasant dining,<br /> I am sure all of our creature comforts would be nothing less then adequate met at best or no more equal to our lodging at “Baker Street”, “Watson”.<br /> But do take a bit of caution, there is a on going “War” and our passage through La Manche (English Channel) will prove to be our first stakes at High Sea Adventure to the United States “Watson”. <br />(Chapter 3)<br />As we near the English coat lines for “Bourneufourt Harbor” to board our passage trip “Sherlock Holmes” continue at his wit’s of a “timeline” of the on going “War” from start to the present day of June 23rd 1918 <br />On 28 June 1914, Gavrilo Princip, a Bosnian-Serb student and member of Young Bosnia, assassinated the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria in Sarajevo, Bosnia.<br /> This began a period of diplomatic maneuvering between Austria-Hungary, Germany, Russia, France and Britain called the July Crisis. <br />Wanting to end Serbian interference in Bosnia conclusively, Austria-Hungary delivered the July Ultimatum to Serbia, a series of ten demands which were intentionally unacceptable, made with the intention of deliberately initiating a war with Serbia.<br />When Serbia acceded to only eight of the ten demands levied against it in the ultimatum, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia on 28 July 1914. Strachan argues "Whether an equivocal and early response by Serbia would have made any difference to Austria-Hungary's behavior must be doubtful. <br />Franz Ferdinand was not the sort of personality who commanded popularity, and his demise did not cast the empire into deepest mourning".<br />The Russian Empire, unwilling to allow Austria–Hungary to eliminate its influence in the Balkans, and in support of its long time Serb protégés, ordered a partial mobilization one day later.<br /> When the German Empire began to mobilize on 30 July 1914, France, sporting significant animosity over the German conquest of Alsace-Lorraine during the Franco-Prussian War, ordered French mobilization on 1 August. Germany declared war on Russia on the same day.<br />The United Kingdom declared war on Germany, on 4 August 1914, following an 'unsatisfactory reply' to the British ultimatum that Belgium must be kept neutral.<br />World War I (1914–1918)<br />Imperial, territorial, and economic rivalries led to the “Great War” between the Central Powers (Austria-Hungary, Germany, Bulgaria, and Turkey) and the Allies (U.S., Britain, France, Russia, Belgium, Serbia, Greece, Romania, Montenegro, Portugal, Italy, and Japan). About 10 million combatants killed, 20 million wounded.<br />1914<br />Austrian Archduke Francis Ferdinand and wife assassinated in Sarajevo by Serbian nationalist, Gavrilo Princip (June 28). Austria declares war on Serbia (July 28). Germany declares war on Russia (Aug. 1), on France (Aug. 3), invades Belgium (Aug. 4). Britain declares war on Germany (Aug. 4). Germans defeat Russians in Battle of Tannenberg on Eastern Front (Aug.). First Battle of the Marne (Sept.). German drive stopped 25 miles from Paris. By end of year, war on the Western Front is “positional” in the trenches.<br />1915<br />German submarine blockade of Great Britain begins (Feb.). Dardanelles Campaign—British land in Turkey (April), withdraw from Gallipoli (Dec.–Jan. 1916). Germans use gas at second Battle of Ypres (April–May). Lusitania sunk by German submarine—1,198 lost, including 128 Americans (May 7). On Eastern Front, German and Austrian “great offensive” conquers all of Poland and Lithuania; Russians lose 1 million men (by Sept. 6). “Great Fall Offensive” by Allies results in little change from 1914 (Sept.–Oct.). Britain and France declare war on Bulgaria (Oct. 14).<br />1916<br />Battle of Verdun—Germans and French each lose about 350,000 men (Feb.). Extended submarine warfare begins (March). British-German sea battle of Jutland (May); British lose more ships, but German fleet never ventures forth again. On Eastern Front, the Brusilov offensive demoralizes Russians, costs them 1 million men (June–Sept.). Battle of the Somme—British lose over 400,000; French, 200,000; Germans, about 450,000; all with no strategic results (July–Nov.). Romania declares war on Austria-Hungary (Aug. 27). Bucharest captured (Dec.).<br />1917<br />U.S. declares war on Germany (April 6). Submarine warfare at peak (April). On Italian Front, Battle of Caporetto—Italians retreat, losing 600,000 prisoners and deserters (Oct.–Dec.). On Western Front, Battles of Arras, Champagne, Ypres (third battle), etc. First large British tank attack (Nov.). U.S. declares war on Austria-Hungary (Dec. 7). Armistice between new Russian Bolshevik government and Germans (Dec. 15).<br />1918<br />Great offensive by Germans (March–June). <br />Americans' first important battle role at Château-Thierry—as they and French stop German advance (June).<br />And as you see “Watson” within a few more months of this “Trifle War Business”, all soon shall decease, but we must not be distracted at this present state,<br /> English Parliament has also attached a brief task to our mission in making sure these “State Documents” reach the “America Naval Commanders” in their assistances to defeat the German-U Boat brigades, <br />With Professor James Majority spies waiting at the shipping docks to be assure we in fact departed, <br />In order that Professor James Majority is able to further mastermind a “Maritime hostile Sea style ambush” in the sinking of the “Agamemnon Ocean Vessel”, at some point and time in our journey “Watson”,<br />Which is why Captain Ronald Niel Stuart VC DSO RD RNR of the “Royal Navy” has been dispatch in a decoy position as acting “Merchant Captain” for the “Agamemnon” during this special voyage when in all actuality “Watson” this is a joint “Military procedure” with the “Americans” with us being the “lambs” to attracted the German U-Boat brigades into a chess position for a “counter attack”,<br /> The “Agamemnon” ships manifest has already announced our departure time,<br /> So the rest is just simple “Elementary timing “Watson”. <br />We will sneak aboard an “English Submarine” attached to “tugboat” uncheck as we are ready in position to leave in the English shipping channel <br /> This is deadly serious - we're being hunted by a fleet of the German U-Boats and two warships armed to the teeth “Watson”.<br />After were secure our pretense of arriving on the shipping docks, secure our belongings and wait for the correct timing in the positioning of “The Agamemnon” in the shipping harbor with the tugboats in tow.<br />Moments as we were on board the English submarine and at approximately at 8,500 yards, one contact German U-boat came into visual.<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: Ship control, “Dive the submarine!<br />Ensign: Aye, sir. Diving now, diving now.<br />“Sherlock Holmes: In a matter of minutes, we'd all but vanished - our last link to the world above “Watson” is our periscopes.<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: Stand clear I have the “Con”, sound “General Quarters! <br />We have two U-Boat coming in fast, one of them has rig for “depth charges” and were now in a scenario where we having to attack them both before they attacks us, both of them got the fast speed and the maneuverability to make our life very difficult,<br /> So the game can change very quickly.<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: Lt. Moore, come to a heading of 368 degrees to port.<br />Lt. Moore: Yes Sir’ we are at a heading of 368 degrees to port “Cmdr. Bluefin” and both German U-Boats is now in our crosshairs.<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: OK, Holmes, that's both of our targets. Have a look! “Helm Master” Make ready and flood torpedo tube “2 and 4” for a quick fire shot for the two German U-Boats, sound alarm for collusion.<br />Lt. Moore: Cmdr. Bluefin, final 2 Battle ship targets are set up and ready to shoot Sir, sounding alarm for collusion “Sir.<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: Fire two tubes! Fire four tubes! “Helm Master” current (2) torpedo update and (4) tube torpedo update;<br />Helm Master: Cmdr. Bluefin torpedo (2) and (4) running shallow and on “direct target” for both German U-Boat sir…and both U-Boats just now went into defensive evasive maneuvers “Sir; <br />In an attempt to trying to outrun the torpedo(s) “Sir”, and the German U-Boats are not only trying to outrun the torpedo “Sir” but also trying to confuse them by their maneuvers.<br />Sonar: Cmdr. Bluefin Torpedo! Torpedo! Torpedo! In the water Bearing at 240 relative.<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: Fire one tube! And fire 4 tubes! At heading 348 for the 2- German Battle Ships! <br />Dive Master comes to a depth of 1,300 meters (4,265 feet) we will be safe below, <br />Mr. Holmes and Doctor Watson this sub is ready to go to war at a moments notice - stocked with fuel, ammunition and food for potentially months on end and at 1,300 meters (4,265 feet) we can remain submerged for 6 months,<br /> We will just “bird dog” The “Agamemnon” to a safety zone within the United States inter-coast water way and their Mr. Holmes and Doctor “Watson” you will be re-boarded with the “Agamemnon” for the “last leg of your voyage” to the Port of Houston Texas.<br />By: Louis Charles Hamilton II. (Cmdr. Bluefin).<br /> (Chapter 4)<br />The Deaf Pounding of a large, strong, and full bombardment from the ever “Sneaky” RAF (Royal Air Force) “surprise counter attack”, upon the approaching “German Battleships” with the (2) impound Torpedo’s in a “direct heading” for the Port side hull of the escaping U-Boats, cause a complete needed diverted attention from any further “Hostile threats” directed at “The Agamemnon”, and the HMS Abdülmecid, submerging by XO “Cmdr. Bluefin” orders to dive for a safety depth of 1,300 meters (4,265 feet),<br /> Within the timing of the RAF attack, “Holmes and “my self” was at Gratitude of lost amazement(s) in the “premeditate design” in the well executed plans made at the hands of this “experiences submarine commander”<br /> And the entire “HMS” “Naval” and “Air-force Services” eager compliances to sending off “Sherlock Holmes” and “my self” unto the ‘open sea’ with a surprise current telegraph listed on the “wire console” address to Mr. Holmes which ran as thus:<br /> “S. H.” “Thanks” for the expedited State return of the three missing pages of the Bruce-Partington Plans" by themselves could enable one of Britain’s enemies to build a “Bruce-Partington submarine”. <br /> “We all of England” forever in your brother Mycroft, Mr. Watson, and your pure unselfish pursuits “Mr. Sherlock Holmes debts, <br />Hope the send off was not a bit to on the stiff or sentimental side with a little tad on the much”<br /> Please come to a ‘South Sea’ heading for ‘Azores Biscay’, for ‘Arquipelago Dos Acores’, to a due East heading to the ‘Bermuda Island’,<br /> Then to a direct due Eastern steer for a 1 mile ride off “Cape Canaveral” Florida, “warm waters” South to pick up the ‘Gulf stream current’, into the “Straits of Florida”, from their into the Gulf of Mexico with a Southeast heading for “Galveston Island”;<br />Complete lodging is made at the “Hotel Galvez” on the Island” at daily rate of $2.00 American Dollars<br />Contact with “Lady Ann” Is located at 29°31'18" North, 98°30'60" West (29.521762, -98.516601) on July 14th 1918 3: pm.<br /> (Good Luck) Mr. Holmes and have a safe “journey and return” to “Baker Street”, by the order of “Prime Minister “David Lloyd George” and “King George V. <br /> “Holmes asked for a directed route as require by the orders of “Prime Minister “David Lloyd George” and “King George V. <br />And to the full amazement to the entire crew on the bridge “Holmes went into a moment quick story for a life survival of the giant storm surge scoured Galveston Island on Sept. 8, 1900,<br /> Sweeping an untold number of people out to sea. Most of them drowned, but some of them were already dead. <br />Had it not been struck by the killer hurricane, Galveston might have become the South’s New York City, an island metropolis of towering skyscrapers with its residential neighborhoods sprawling across the bay. Instead, the storm stunted Galveston’s growth.One the up side of things, the destructive hurricane led to a new form of municipal government within the “Gulf Coast”, and brought about the construction of a massive seawall through out the area <br />And an equally-huge engineering project has started to raise the elevation of the entire city.<br /> For you see “Watson” for the “future of subsequent hurricanes”, this “American instituted Engineering work” shall saved countless lives.<br />However we will become upon the American coastal in a impose blackout and Galveston’s “Mardi Gras” due to the outbreak of the War, the Coronation will be canceled. <br />(Chapter 5) <br />20 Man hours having past into our being safely well underway’, Holmes, Cmdr. Bluefin, and my self had begun to engage in the discussion of the real purpose of the needed urgencies to be attached to “America”.<br />Cmdr. Bluefin led the charts out and opens the mission ops with a brief History on Kaiser Wilhelm<br />Biography<br />Wilhelm was born on 27 January 1859 in Berlin to Prince Frederick William of Prussia (the future Frederick III) and his wife, Victoria, Princess Royal of England. He was the first grandchild of Victoria of the United Kingdom, placing him sixth in the British line of succession. More importantly, as the son of the Crown Prince of Prussia, Wilhelm was (from 1861) the second in the line of succession to Prussia, and also, after 1871, to the German Empire, which, <br />According to the constitution of the German Empire, was ruled by the Prussian King. As with most Victorian era royalty, he was related to many of Europe's royal families. He was the first cousin of George V and Maud of Wales.<br />Wilhelm with his father in 1862<br />A traumatic breech birth left him with a withered left arm due to Erb's palsy, which he tried with some success to conceal. In many photos he carries a pair of white gloves in his left hand to make the arm seem longer, or has his crippled arm on the hilt of a sword or holding a cane to give the effect of a useful limb being posed at a dignified angle. <br />Biographers including Miranda Carter have suggested that this disability affected his emotional development. Early years<br />Wilhelm, beginning at age 6 was tutored by the 39-year old teacher Georg Hinzpeter. He stated later that his instructor never uttered a word of praise for his efforts.[1] As a teenager he was educated at Kassel at the Friedrichsgymnasium and the University of Bonn, where he became a member of Corps Borussia Bonn. Wilhelm was possessed of a quick intelligence, but unfortunately this was often overshadowed by a cantankerous temper.<br /> Wilhelm took an interest in the science and technology of the age, but although he liked to pose in conversation as a man of the world, he remained convinced that he belonged to a distinct order of mankind, designated for monarchy by the grace of God. Wilhelm was accused of megalomania as early as 1892, by the Portuguese man of letters Eça de Queiroz, then in 1894 by the German pacifist Ludwig Quidde.<br />German EmpireHouse of Hohenzollern<br />As a scion of the Royal house of Hohenzollern, Wilhelm was also exposed from an early age to the military society of the Prussian aristocracy. This had a major impact on him and, in maturity; Wilhelm was seldom to be seen out of uniform. The hyper-masculine military culture of Prussia in this period did much to frame Wilhelm's political ideals as well as his personal relationships.<br />Crown Prince Frederick was viewed by his son with a deeply felt love and respect. His father's status as a hero of the wars of unification was largely responsible for the young Wilhelm's attitude, as in the circumstances in which he was raised; close emotional contact between father and son was not encouraged. Later, as he came into contact with the Crown Prince's political opponents, Wilhelm came to adopt more ambivalent feelings toward his father, given the perceived influence of Wilhelm's mother over a figure who should have been possessed of masculine independence and strength. <br />Wilhelm also idolized his grandfather, Wilhelm I, and he was instrumental in later attempts to foster a cult of the first German Emperor as "Wilhelm the Great".<br />In many ways, Wilhelm was a victim of his inheritance and of Otto von Bismarck's machinations. Both sides of his family had suffered from mental illness, and this may explain his emotional instability. The Emperor's parents, Frederick and Victoria, were great admirers of the Prince Consort of the United Kingdom, Victoria's father. They planned to rule as consorts, like Albert and Queen Victoria, and they planned to reform the fatal flaws in the executive branch that Bismarck had created for himself.<br /> The office of Chancellor responsible to the Emperor would be replaced with a British-style cabinet, with ministers responsible to the Reichstag. Government policy would be based on the consensus of the cabinet. Frederick "described the Imperial Constitution as 'ingeniously contrived chaos.'<br />The Crown Prince and Princess shared the outlook of the Progressive Party, and Bismarck was haunted by the fear that should the old Emperor die--and he was now in his seventies--they would call on one of the Progressive leaders to become Chancellor. He sought to guard against such a turn by keeping the Crown Prince from a position of any influence and by using foul means as well as fair to make him unpopular.<br />When Wilhelm was in his early twenties, Bismarck tried to separate him from his liberal parents with some success. Bismarck planned to use the young prince as a weapon against his parents in order to retain his own political dominance. Wilhelm thus developed a dysfunctional relationship with his parents, but especially with his English mother.<br /> In an outburst in April 1889, which the Empress Victoria conveyed in a letter to her mother, Queen Victoria, Wilhelm angrily implied that “an English doctor killed my father, and an English doctor crippled my arm – which is the fault of my mother” who allowed no German physicians to attend to herself or her immediate family.<br /> Next to the throne<br />The German Emperor Wilhelm I died in Berlin on 9 March 1888, and Prince Wilhelm's father was proclaimed Emperor as Frederick III. He was already suffering from an incurable throat cancer and spent all 99 days of his reign fighting the disease before dying. On 15 June of that same year, his 29-year-old son succeeded him as German Emperor and King of Prussia.<br />Although in his youth he had been a great admirer of Otto von Bismarck, Wilhelm's characteristic impatience soon brought him into conflict with the "Iron Chancellor", the dominant figure in the foundation of his empire. <br />The new Emperor opposed Bismarck's careful foreign policy, preferring vigorous and rapid expansion to protect Germany's "place in the sun." Furthermore, the young Emperor had come to the throne with the determination that he was going to rule as well as reign, unlike his grandfather, who had largely been content to leave day-to-day administration to Bismarck.<br />Early conflicts between Wilhelm II and his chancellor soon poisoned the relationship between the two men. Bismarck believed that Wilhelm was a lightweight who could be dominated, and he showed scant respect for Wilhelm's policies in the late 1880s. The final split between monarch and statesman occurred soon after an attempt by Bismarck to implement a far-reaching anti-Socialist law in early 1890.<br /> Break with Bismarck<br />Wilhelm II, circa 1890<br />"Dropping the Pilot"<br />It was during this time that Bismarck, after gaining an absolute majority in favor of his policies in the Reichstag, decided to make the anti-Socialist laws permanent. His Kartell, the majority of the amalgamated Conservative Party and the National Liberal Party, favored making the laws permanent, with one exception: the police power to expel Socialist agitators from their homes. <br />This power had been used excessively at times against political opponents, and the National Liberal Party was unwilling to make the expulsion clause permanent. Bismarck would not give his assent to a modified bill, so the Kartell split over this issue. The Conservatives would support the bill only in its entirety, and threatened to, and eventually did, veto the entire bill.<br />As the debate continued, Wilhelm became increasingly interested in social problems, especially the treatment of mine workers who went on strike in 1889. Following his policy of active participation in government, he routinely interrupted Bismarck in Council to make clear where he stood on social policy. <br />Bismarck sharply disagreed with Wilhelm's policy and worked to circumvent it. Even though Wilhelm supported the altered anti-Socialist bill, Bismarck pushed for his support to veto the bill in its entirety, but when Bismarck's arguments couldn't convince Wilhelm, he became excited and agitated until uncharacteristically he blurted out his motive for having the bill fail: <br />He wanted the Socialists to agitate until a violent clash occurred that could be used as a pretext to crush them. Wilhelm replied that he wasn't willing to open his reign with a bloody campaign against his subjects.<br />The next day, after realizing his blunder, Bismarck attempted to reach a compromise with Wilhelm by agreeing to his social policy towards industrial workers, and even suggested a European council to discuss working conditions, presided over by the German Emperor.<br />Wilhelm II, German Emperor<br />Despite this, a turn of events eventually led to his distance from Wilhelm. Bismarck, feeling pressured and unappreciated by the Emperor and undermined by ambitious advisors, refused to sign a proclamation regarding the protection of workers along with Wilhelm, as was required by the German Constitution, to protest Wilhelm's ever-increasing interference with Bismarck's previously unquestioned authority.<br /> Bismarck also worked behind the scenes to break the Continental labor council Wilhelm held so dear. The final break came as Bismarck searched for a new parliamentary majority, with his Kartell voted from power due to the anti-Socialist bill fiasco. <br />The remaining powers in the Reichstag were the Catholic Centre Party and the Conservative Party. Bismarck wished to form a new bloc with the Centre Party, and invited Ludwig Windthorst, the party's parliamentary leader, to discuss an alliance. This would be Bismarck's last political maneuver. Wilhelm was furious to hear about Windthorst's visit. <br />In a parliamentary state, the head of government depends on the confidence of the parliamentary majority, and certainly has the right to form coalitions to ensure his policies a majority, but in Germany, the Chancellor depended on the confidence of the Emperor alone, and Wilhelm believed that the Emperor had the right to be informed before his minister's meeting.<br /> After a heated argument in Bismarck's estate over Imperial authority, Wilhelm stormed out, both parting ways permanently. <br />Bismarck, forced for the first time into a situation he could not use to his advantage, wrote a blistering letter of resignation, decrying Wilhelm's interference in foreign and domestic policy, which was only published after Bismarck's death. When Bismarck realized that his dismissal was imminent:<br />All Bismarck’s resources were deployed; he even asked Emperor Frederick to use his influence at his son on his behalf. But the wizard had lost his magic; his spells were powerless because they were exerted on people who did not respect them, and he who had so signally disregarded Kant’s command to use people as ends in themselves had too small a stock of loyalty to draw on. As Lord Salisbury told Queen Victoria:<br /> 'The very qualities which Bismarck fostered in the Emperor in order to strengthen himself when the Emperor Frederick should come to the throne have been the qualities by which he has been overthrown.' The Empress, with what must have been a mixture of pity and triumph, told him that her influence with her son could not save him for he himself had destroyed it.<br />Although Bismarck had sponsored landmark social security legislation, by 1889–90 he had become disillusioned with the attitude of workers. In particular, he was opposed to wage increases, improving working conditions, and regulating labor relations. <br />Moreover the Kartell, the shifting political coalition that Bismarck had been able to forge since 1867, had lost a working majority in the Reichstag. Bismarck also attempted to sabotage the Labor Conference that the Kaiser was organizing. <br />In March 1890, the dismissal of Bismarck coincided with the Kaiser's opening of the Labor Conference in Berlin. Subsequently at the opening of the Reichstag on 6 May 1890, the Kaiser stated that the most pressing issue was the further enlargement of the bill concerning the protection of the laborer. In 1891, the Reichstag passed the Workers Protection Acts, which improved working conditions, protected women and children and regulated labor relations.<br />It has been alleged that Bismarck was organizing a military coup that would disband the striking miners, dissolve the Reichstag, repeal the universal suffrage law, introduce limited suffrage, reduce the Kaiser to a puppet, and establish a military dictatorship. The book that accompanied the BBC series Fall of Eagles — which covered the period 1848–1918 and traced the downfall of the Romanov, Habsburg and Hohenzollern dynasties — contains an interview in which Louis Ferdinand, a grandson of the Kaiser, says:<br />Had Bismarck stayed he would not have helped. He already wanted to abolish all the reforms that had been introduced. He was aspiring to establish a kind of shogunate and hoped to treat our family in the same way the Japanese shoguns treated the Japanese emperors isolated in Kyoto. My grandfather had no other choice but to dismiss him.<br />Bismarck resigned at Wilhelm II's insistence in 1890, at age 75, to be succeeded as Chancellor of Germany and Minister-President of Prussia by Leo von Caprivi, who in turn was replaced by Chlodwig zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst in 1894.<br />Monarchical styles ofGerman Emperor Wilhelm II, King of PrussiaReference styleHis Imperial and Royal MajestySpoken styleYour Imperial and Royal MajestyAlternative styleSire<br />In appointing Caprivi and then Hohenlohe, Wilhelm was embarking upon what is known to history as "the New Course", in which he hoped to exert decisive influence in the government of the empire. <br />There is debate amongst historians as to the precise degree to which Wilhelm succeeded in implementing "personal rule" in this era, but what is clear is the very different dynamic which existed between the Crown and its chief political servant (the Chancellor) in the "Wilhelmine Era".<br /> These chancellors were senior civil servants and not seasoned politician-statesmen like Bismarck. Wilhelm wanted to preclude the emergence of another Iron Chancellor, whom he ultimately detested as being "a boorish old killjoy" who had not permitted any minister to see the Emperor except in his presence, keeping a stranglehold on effective political power. <br />Upon his enforced retirement and until his dying day, Bismarck was to become a bitter critic of Wilhelm's policies, but without the support of the supreme arbiter of all political appointments (the Emperor) there was little chance of Bismarck exerting a decisive influence on policy.<br />Silver 5 mark coin of Wilhelm II.<br />Something which Bismarck was able to effect was the creation of the "Bismarck myth". This was a view—which some would argue was confirmed by subsequent events—that, with the dismissal of the Iron Chancellor, Wilhelm II effectively destroyed any chance Germany had of stable and effective government. <br />In this view, Wilhelm's "New Course" was characterized far more as the German ship of state going out of control, eventually leading through a series of crises to the carnage of the First and Second World Wars.<br /> The strong chancellors<br />Following the dismissal of Hohenlohe in 1900, Wilhelm appointed the man whom he regarded as "his own Bismarck", Bernhard von Bülow.<br />Wilhelm's involvement in the domestic sphere was more limited in the early twentieth century than it had been in the first years of his reign. In part, this was due to the appointment of Bülow and Bethmann—arguably both men of greater force of character than Wilhelm's earlier chancellors—but also because of his increasing interest in foreign affairs.<br /> Foreign affairs<br />China imperialism cartoon-while a Mandarin official helplessly looks on, China as a pie is about to be carved up by Victoria (British Empire), Wilhelm II (German Empire), Nicolas II (Russian Empire), Marianne (France), and a samurai (Japanese Empire)<br />Wilhelm II with Nicholas II of Russia in 1905, wearing the military uniforms of each other's nations<br />German foreign policy under Wilhelm II was faced with a number of significant problems. Perhaps the most apparent was that Wilhelm was an impatient man, subjective in his reactions and affected strongly by sentiment and impulse. <br />He was personally ill-equipped to steer German foreign policy along a rational course. It is now widely recognized that the various spectacular acts which Wilhelm undertook in the international sphere were often partially encouraged by the German foreign policy elite.<br /> There were a number of key exceptions, such as the famous Kruger telegram of 1896 in which Wilhelm congratulated President Paul Kruger of the Transvaal Republic on the suppression of the Jameson Raid, thus alienating British public opinion. <br />After the murder of the German ambassador during the Boxer Rebellion in 1900, a regiment of German troops was sent to China. In a speech of 27 July 1900, the Emperor exhorted these troops:<br />"Should you encounter the enemy, he will be defeated! No quarter will be given! Prisoners will not be taken! Whoever falls into your hands is forfeited. Just as a thousand years ago the Huns under their King Attila made a name for themselves, one that even today makes them seem mighty in history and legend, may the name German be affirmed by you in such a way in China that no Chinese will ever again dare to look cross-eyed at a German.<br />Though its full impact was not felt until many years later, when Entente and American propagandists took advantage from this careless public speech, this is another example of his unfortunate propensity for impolitic public utterances.<br /> This weakness made him vulnerable to manipulation by interests within the German foreign policy elite, as subsequent events were to prove. Wilhelm had much disdain for his uncle, King Edward VII of the United Kingdom, who was much more popular as a sovereign in Europe.<br />One of the few times Wilhelm succeeded in personal "diplomacy" was when with he supported Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria in marrying Sophie Chotek in 1900 against the wishes of Emperor Franz Joseph. Deeply in love, Franz Ferdinand refused to consider marrying anyone else. <br />Pope Leo XIII, Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, and Wilhelm all made representations on Franz Ferdinand's behalf to the Emperor Franz Joseph, arguing that the disagreement between Franz Joseph and Franz Ferdinand was undermining the stability of the monarchy.<br />One "domestic" triumph for Wilhelm was when his daughter Victoria Louise married the Duke of Brunswick in 1913; this helped heal the rift between the House of Hanover and the House of Hohenzollern after the 1866 annexation of Hanover by Prussia. In 1914, Wilhelm's son Prince Adalbert of Prussia married a Princess of the Ducal House of Saxe-Meiningen. However the rifts between the House of Hohenzollern and the two leading Royal dynasties of Europe—the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and House of Romanov—would only get worse.<br /> The Moroccan Crisis<br />In some cases, Wilhelm II's diplomatic "blunders" were often part of a wider reaching policy emanating from the German governing élite. One such action sparked the Moroccan Crisis of 1905, when Wilhelm was persuaded (largely against his wishes) to make a spectacular visit to Tangier, in Morocco.<br /> Wilhelm's presence was seen as an assertion of German interests in Morocco and in a speech he even made certain remarks in favor of Moroccan independence. This led to friction with France, which had expanding colonial interests in Morocco, and led to the Algeciras Conference, which served largely to further isolate Germany in Europe.<br />Britain and France's alliance fortified as a corollary, mainly due to the fact that Britain advocated France's endeavors to colonize Morocco, whereas Wilhelm supported Moroccan self-determination: and so, the German Emperor became even more resentful.<br /> Daily Telegraph affair<br />Perhaps Wilhelm's most damaging personal blunder in the arena of foreign policy had a far greater impact in Germany than internationally. The Daily Telegraph Affair of 1908 stemmed from the publication of some of Wilhelm's opinions in edited form in the British daily newspaper of that name. <br />Wilhelm saw it as an opportunity to promote his views and ideas on Anglo-German friendship, but instead, due to his emotional outbursts during the course of the interview, Wilhelm ended up further alienating not only the British people, but also the French, Russians, <br />And Japanese all in one fell swoop by implying, inter alia, that the Germans cared nothing for the British; that the French and Russians had attempted to incite Germany to intervene in the Second Boer War; and that the German naval buildup was targeted against the Japanese, not Britain. (One memorable quote from the interview is "You English are mad, mad, mad as March hares.")<br /> The effect in Germany was quite significant, with serious calls for his abdication being mentioned in the press. Quite understandably, Wilhelm kept a very low profile for many months after the Daily Telegraph fiasco, and later exacted his revenge by enforcing the resignation of Prince Bülow, who had abandoned the Emperor to public criticism by publicly accepting some responsibility for not having edited the transcript of the interview before its publication.<br />The Daily Telegraph crisis deeply wounded Wilhelm's previously unimpaired self-confidence, so much so that he soon suffered a severe bout of depression from which he never really recovered (photographs of Wilhelm in the post-1908 period show a man with far more haggard features and greying hair), and he lost much of the influence he had previously exercised in domestic and foreign policy.<br /> Promoter of arts and science<br />Wilhelm II was an enthusiastic promoter of the arts and sciences, as well as public education and social welfare. He sponsored the Kaiser Wilhelm Society, for the promotion of scientific research; it was funded by wealthy private donors and the state and comprised a number of research institutes in both pure and applied sciences. <br />The However, the Prussian Academy of Sciences was unable to avoid the Kaiser's pressure and lost some of its autonomy when it was forced to incorporate new programs in engineering, and award new fellowships in engineering sciences as a gift from the Kaiser in 1900.<br />Wilhelm II supported the modernizers as they tried to reform the Prussian system of secondary education, which was rigidly traditional, elitist, politically authoritarian, and unchanged by the progress in the natural sciences.<br /> Naval expansion<br />Nothing Wilhelm II did in the international arena was of more influence than his decision to pursue a policy of massive naval construction. A powerful navy was Wilhelm's pet project. He had inherited, from his mother, a love of the British Royal Navy, which was at that time the world's largest. He once confided to his uncle, Edward VII, that his dream was to have a "fleet of my own some day". <br />Wilhelm's frustration over his fleet's poor showing at the Fleet Review at his grandmother Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee celebrations, combined with his inability to exert German influence in South Africa following the dispatch of the Kruger telegram, led to Wilhelm taking definitive steps toward the construction of a fleet to rival that of his British cousins.<br /> Wilhelm was fortunate to be able to call on the services of the dynamic naval officer Alfred von Tirpitz, whom he appointed to the head of the Imperial Naval Office in 1897.<br />The new admiral had conceived of what came to be known as the "Risk Theory" or the Tirpitz Plan, by which Germany could force Britain to accede to German demands in the international arena through the threat posed by a powerful battlefleet concentrated in the North Sea. Tirpitz enjoyed Wilhelm's full support in his advocacy of successive naval bills of 1897 and 1900, by which the German navy was built up to contend with that of the United Kingdom. <br />Naval expansion under the Fleet Acts eventually led to severe financial strains in Germany by 1914, as by 1906 Wilhelm had committed his navy to construction of the much larger, more expensive dreadnought type of battleship.<br />In 1889 Wilhelm II reorganized top level control of the navy by creating a Navy Cabinet (Marine-Kabinett) equivalent to the German Imperial Military Cabinet which had previously functioned in the same capacity for both the army and navy. <br />The Head of the navy cabinet was responsible for promotions, appointments, administration and issuing orders to naval forces. Captain Gustav von Senden-Bibran was appointed as its first head and remained so until 1906. The existing Imperial admiralty was abolished and its responsibilities divided between two organizations.<br /> A new position (equivalent to the supreme commander of the army) was created, chief of the high command of the admiralty (HYPERLINK "" hOberkommando der Marine), being responsible for ship deployments, strategy and tactics. Vice Admiral Max von der Goltz was appointed in 1889 and remained in post until 1895. Construction and maintenance of ships and obtaining supplies was the responsibility of the State Secretary of the Imperial Navy Office (HYPERLINK "" hReichsmarineamt), responsible to the Chancellor and advising the Reichstag on naval matters. <br />The first appointee was Rear Admiral Eduard Heusner, followed shortly by Rear Admiral Friedrich von Hollmann from 1890 to 1897. Each of these three heads of department reported separately to Wilhelm II.<br />In addition to the expansion of the fleet the Kiel Canal was opened in 1895 enabling faster movements between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.<br /> World War I<br />A composite image of Wilhelm II with German generals<br /> The Sarajevo crisis<br />Wilhelm was a friend of Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria-Este, and he was deeply shocked by his assassination on 28 June 1914. Wilhelm offered to support Austria-Hungary in crushing the Black Hand, the secret organization that had plotted the killing, and even sanctioned the use of force by Austria against the perceived source of the movement—Serbia (this is often called "the blank cheque").<br /> He wanted to remain in Berlin until the crisis was resolved, but his courtiers persuaded him instead to go on his annual cruise of the North Sea on 6 July 1914. It was perhaps realized that Wilhelm's presence would be more of a hindrance to those elements in the government who wished to use the crisis to increase German prestige, even at the risk of general war—something of which Wilhelm, for all his bluster, was extremely apprehensive.<br />Wilhelm made erratic attempts to stay on top of the crisis via telegram, and when the Austro-Hungarian ultimatum was delivered to Serbia, he hurried back to Berlin. He reached Berlin on 28 July, read a copy of the Serbian reply, and wrote on it:<br />A brilliant solution—and in barely 48 hours! This is more than could have been expected. A great moral victory for Vienna; but with it every pretext for war falls to the ground, and [the Ambassador] Giesl had better have stayed quietly at Belgrade. On this document, I should never have given orders for mobilization.<br />Unknown to the Emperor, Austro-Hungarian ministers and generals had already convinced the 84-year-old Francis Joseph I of Austria to sign a declaration of war against Serbia. As a direct consequence, Russia began a general mobilization to attack Austria in defense of Serbia.<br /> July 1914 <br />Emperor Wilhelm in conversation with the victor of Liège, General Otto von Emmich; in the background the generals Hans von Plessen (middle) and Moriz von Lyncker (right).<br />On the night of 30 July, when handed a document stating that Russia would not cancel its mobilization, Wilhelm wrote a lengthy commentary containing the startling observations:<br />"For I no longer have any doubt that England, Russia and France have agreed among themselves—knowing that our treaty obligations compel us to support Austria—to use the Austro-Serb conflict as a pretext for waging a war of annihilation against us ...<br /> Our dilemma over keeping faith with the old and honorable Emperor has been exploited to create a situation which gives England the excuse she has been seeking to annihilate us with a spurious appearance of justice on the pretext that she is helping France and maintaining the well-known Balance of Power in Europe, i.e. playing off all European States for her own benefit against us."<br />When it became clear that the United Kingdom would enter the war if Germany attacked France through neutral Belgium, the panic-stricken Wilhelm attempted to redirect the main attack against Russia. When Helmuth von Moltke (the younger) told him that this was impossible,<br /> Wilhelm said: "Your uncle would have given me a different answer!" Wilhelm is also reported to have said: "To think that George and Nicky should have played me false! If my grandmother had been alive, she would never have allowed it."<br />Though he had ambitions for the German Empire to be a world power, it was never Wilhelm's intention to conjure a large-scale conflict to achieve such ends. As soon as his better judgment dictated that a world war was imminent, he made strenuous efforts to preserve the peace—such as The Willy-Nicky Correspondence mentioned earlier, and his optimistic interpretation of the Austro-Hungarian ultimatum that Austro-Hungarian troops should go no further than Belgrade, thus limiting the conflict. But by then it was far too late, for the eager military officials of Germany and the German Foreign Office were successful in persuading him to sign the mobilization order and initiate the Schlieffen Plan that envisioned the occupation of Paris within 40 days. <br />The contemporary British reference to the First World War as "the Kaiser's War" in the same way that the Second was "Hitler's War" is not wholly accurate in its suggestion that Wilhelm was deliberately responsible for unleashing the conflict. "He may not have been 'the father of war' but he was certainly its godfather' (A. Woodcock-Clarke)<br />His own love of the culture and trappings of militarism and push to endorse the German military establishment and industry (most notably the Krupp corporation), which were the key support which enabled his dynasty to rule helped push his empire into an armaments race with competing European powers. <br />Similarly, though on signing the mobilization order, Wilhelm is reported as having said, "You will regret this, gentlemen." He had encouraged Austria to pursue a hard line with Serbia, was an enthusiastic supporter of the subsequent German actions during the war, and reveled in the title of "Supreme War Lord" and "Allerhöchste" (All-highest).<br />Germany's war aims were published with his consent on 9 September 1914, and stiffened his enemies' resolve to avoid a compromise peace, whatever the costs.<br /> Shadow-Kaiser<br />Hindenburg, Wilhelm II, and Ludendorff in January 1917<br />The role of ultimate arbiter of wartime national affairs proved too heavy a burden for Wilhelm. Even the advice of his closest aides such as Moriz von Lyncker was not adequate. As the war progressed, his influence receded and inevitably his lack of ability in military matters led to an ever-increasing reliance upon his generals, <br />So much that after 1916 the Empire had effectively become a military dictatorship under the control of Paul von Hindenburg and Erich Ludendorff.<br />Increasingly cut off from reality and the political decision-making process, Wilhelm vacillated between defeatism and dreams of victory, depending upon the fortunes of his armies. He remained a useful figurehead, and he toured the lines and munitions plants, awarded medals and gave encouraging speeches.<br />In December 1916, the Germans attempted to negotiate peace with the Allies, declaring themselves the victors. The negotiations were mediated by the United States, but the Allies rejected the offer. <br />A German poster from January 1917 quotes a speech by Kaiser Wilhelm II lambasting the Allies for their decision.<br />Nevertheless, Wilhelm still retained the ultimate authority in matters of political appointment, and it was only after his consent had been gained that major changes to the high command could be effected. Wilhelm was in favor of the dismissal of Helmuth von Moltke the Younger in September 1914 and his replacement by Erich von Falkenhayn. Similarly, Wilhelm was instrumental in the policy of inactivity adopted by the High Seas Fleet after the Battle of Jutland in 1916. <br />Likewise, it was largely owing to his sense of having been pushed into the shadows that Wilhelm attempted to take a leading role in the crisis of 1918. In the end, he realized the necessity of capitulation and insisted that the German nation should not bleed to death for a dying cause.<br />Upon hearing that his cousin George V had changed the name of the British royal house to Windsor, Wilhelm remarked that he planned to see Shakespeare's play The Merry Wives of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.<br /> Bolshevik Revolution<br />: October Revolution<br />Following the 1917 February Revolution in Russia which saw the overthrow of Great War adversary Emperor Nicholas II, Wilhelm arranged for the exiled Russian Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin to return home from Switzerland via Germany, Sweden and Finland. Wilhelm hoped that Lenin would create political unrest back in Russia, which would help to end the war on the Eastern front, <br />Allowing Germany to concentrate on defeating the Western allies. <br />The Swiss communist Fritz Platten managed to negotiate with the German government for Lenin and his company to travel through Germany by rail, on the so-called "sealed train". <br />Lenin arrived in Petrograd on 16 April 1917, and seized power seven months later in the October Revolution. Wilhelm's strategy paid off when Russia signed the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk on 3 March 1918, withdrawing from the war and ceding Finland.<br />Prince Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D. and his medical practices are current and reside in the United States,<br /> His main Confederate base of operation is through St. Joseph Medical Center in Houston Texas “which the Doctor through this base together are able to commit to smuggle “Union Army medicines” and “supplies” to “War Lords” operations back in “Lagos Nigeria Africa” through a hidden warlord compound of operations for higher wages, <br />The St. Joseph Medical hospital operations for many years in collusion with this Doctor Lawson M.D.; Include phony fictitious medical services records for billing the North Union Army federal funds for bogus medical treatment on free southern slaves which never occurred,<br /> And all of the revenue from this medical scheme is then smuggle to off shore banking account out of the United States under the disguise of a “War” <br />To include “Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D.” is the “chief suspected in owning an underground laboratory in “Lagos Nigeria, Africa” where he further his “illegal operations” which at current engaging in (DNA) research injections into “cryogenic cloning” of “Kaiser Wilhelm II” (DNA) into the body of female slaves “embryos” and then through the “smuggle slaves trade drug the female slaves with “Mental meds” among other strong drugs then they are <br />Transported to “America’ with “blood Diamonds, and “Voodoo Witch Poisons and mixtures for the Prince Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus Lawson M.D. Voodoo Practices <br />With his loot of money in a laundry scheme of things in “properties abroad”<br />To include “British” special BM-6 ops reports that (Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D.) has been passing “strategic U.S. targeting information” on secrete locations on “American” weapons manufactories, fuel depots, Naval Ship yards, to a contact in London England, code name (Dortrupt) via the German Military Command,<br /> With the actual “Prince Samuel Benjamin Magnus Lawson M.D. of Lagos Nigeria” having a “Pirate Ship” racketeering enterprise operating in back and forth in a cove near “Dakar” Africa throughout the travel sea lanes of “Cape Verde Basin”, <br />With his A/k/a “Pirate” name being that of “Rex Okusaga”, while the Doctor is of ownership of a suppose reform “Slave Plantation” in a “swap groves” in Sugar Land, (Sweet Water Estate) Richmond Texas where his American Head Quarters is Located. <br />With a “Clan of Pirates” and “cut throats” “buccaneers”, and “head hunters operatives” from Lagos Nigeria Africa in disguise and operating a “Jim Crow” scheme of thing against the South development in concert, collusion with the (KKK) klu Klux Klan and former “Slave Plantation owners” and die hard “Southern Confederate Army”.<br />(Chapter 6) <br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: Briefing continuing with the order of coffee, and food being sent to the bridge, “Holmes” remarks of to much excitement, and fast pace speed over the past 32 hrs. For the “Commander to press on and continue with the full details;<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Lady Ann” is the former wife of “Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D. her location will only be known at 29°31'18" North, 98°30'60" West (29.521762, -98.516601) on July 14th 1918 3: at pm. <br />For she is in hiding for safety reason and with the aid of Pinkerton Private Enforcement forces she fled the Plantation in (Sweetwater Estate) Richmond Texas,<br /> With a large amount of “legal documents” showing the “Price Doctor” in collusion with “St. Joseph Medical Center” in Houston Texas operating under numerous fake names and Identities, <br />“Lady Ann” has actual copies of all of these “bogus medical records” hidden and detain at “St Joseph Medical Center”, <br />To include copies of several fake prescriptions records for the “Prince Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus Lawson M.D.” to received (STD) medicines for his treatment of “sexually transmitted diseases” “GONORRHEA AND CHLAMYDIA” (STD) in his “Pirate name of Rex Okusaga” with the “Doctor using Lady Ann” actual date of birth in covering an additional disguise in other actual bogus medical records at medical pharmacy, with a long history of home problem involving the maid having t be rush to the “Hospital” for drug over dosage”, and the Son of this Doctor arrested in his scheme of in home “drug peddler” of sorts,<br />With the St. Joseph Medical hospital in Houston Texas medical records showing the covering scheme to include the cover up of the “Prince Doctor” for possible being in the possession of (HIV), with other bogus records being hidden between a shame for profit against the Union Army, with also<br /> Fake “Mental Prescription Records” the “Prince Doctor” was forcing “Lady Ann” to undergo, with copies of a legal depositions, letters, showing “American and British” Merchant maps and plotting charts showing detail British and American ships sunk by the German submarines with a toll of over 500 hundred Merchant vessels and over 2,400,000 tons of shipping had been sunk, with inland target “American and British” targets being sighted<br />And lots of other secret contents from the Plantation home safe, to include making copies of a ledger for eight Pirate ships, four of which is located on the “African Ocean Slave Trans route, to America;<br />And the last four locations in the “Caribbean Sea” two moored in the area of the “Puerto Rico Trench” Inlands and the last two the personal feet of the “Doctor Prince its location are at the tip of “Cuba” right upon the entry point into the Yucatan Channel<br />Which “Lady Ann” documents can proves to be more then enough evidence for a probable cause warrant in the least being issued and the “Prince Doctor” being detain and question into all of theses other discrepancies before he flees back to his main base of operation and Palace in Lagos Nigeria Africa;<br />“Lady Ann” recently filed divorce proceeding in Fort Bend County Courthouse, Texas when the “Prince Doctor” accused her of “extramarital affairs” <br />When the direct matter of the case is the “Prince Doctor was engaging in his “Voodoo Witch Practices and Services” preformed at a secret Plantation located on the bayous of “New Orleans L.A. where he sells his African illegal Imports, Witch Concoctions, mixtures, and snake oils,<br /> At some point the “Prince Doctor” contracted (STD) at a bayou “Cathouse” calling of sorts, and during the proceeding of “Lady Ann” divorce her “legal solicitor”,<br /> One “Mr. Carl Parker Esq. (A Former Senator for the State of Texas) Professional handling of “Lady Ann” Legal Affairs involving the circumstances that the “Prince Doctor” was then force “under Oath” to make several damaging revelations in regards to, among other things,<br /> The Prince Doctor bogus patients medical records and with involvement of “Sexually Transmitted disease (STD), <br />To include the “Direct Examination into<br />“Lady Ann” being of an “American Citizenship” and force to adhere to the “Price Doctor” practices of an actual in the “flesh Voodoo Witch Doctor Specialist” of some sorts of “Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus Lawson M.D. whom his official Voodoo Witch office of this occult sorts location is in Lagos Nigeria Africa with,<br />Every single evidence in support, it was all done against the will of “Lady Ann” with the whole sick sorted messy details that “Mr. Holmes” will soon witness personal, in the delivery of the “Legal Chest” by “Lady Ann” herself, <br />For she requested you to meet her in person “Mr. Holmes” for several reasoning, which also the “American and British Government”,<br /> Wishes your expedited services as well for many reasoning of one (Dortrupt) this contact being in London England, with a host of other Pirates, confederates, accomplice, partner in crimes, associate and double agents operating through out the World and base primary in Lagos Nigeria, Africa and the United States, Texas Area. <br /> For you see Doctor Watson, and Mr. Holmes “Lady Ann” has three brothers, One a retired “Master Naval Chief, Mr. Earnest L. Hamilton Jr. living in San Antoine Texas”, <br />And a younger brother Mr. J.P. Hamilton current in the U.S. American Army medical tech, his location is at a Antarctica substation at this time”, <br />And then their is “what the “Naval Admiral” is heard in “direct quote” of saying “Sir Holmes”<br /> That the other brother is very much of familiarity, like that “British Freak Sherlock Holmes”.<br />“Lady Ann” was quite able to approximately “eight and half weeks ago” get an “encrypt message” to Submarine Commander “L.C. Hamilton II.”<br /> Who would be the “third brother” Mr. Holmes, who having also went AWOL “eight and half weeks ago” with among other things, one “United States Naval War submarine”, “fully loaded with torpedoes”, and other “special missiles weapons”, and a entire full crew, after that encrypt message was received, <br />And at that point his location was in the Bay of Bengal, Ganges Cone, Kolkata (Calcutta), <br />The “Commander” immediately went off the grid’ and proceeded with a direct heading through the “Mediterranean Sea” where “ Commander Hamilton II” left a nice easy trail of “three” sunken “German submarines” and “six” sunken “German U-Boats” in a direct heading”<br />For (HYPERLINK "" hKrio: Sa Lone), officially the Republic of Sierra Leone, at that time the “Commander” anchor off the cost, then he and members of his crew went ashore commando style, “loot and kill” most of “Rex Okusaga” Pirate crew, then sunk the Pirate ship name the “Lazy I” at its mooring at the Port Dock, the “Commander” then <br />Sent a last final transmission message on the wire direct to “Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor ……“Hell Hath No Fury” for the “Man who Fuck With my baby Sister”,…….<br /> Where “Commander Hamilton II” proceeded next to the costal area of Dakar, Africa<br />Where our “Intelligence” reports that recent action of “four” “German U-Boats” and “two” “German submarines” being sunken by an unidentified target, <br />With “two” other “German submarines” being completely disable and all of their “torpedoes being off load” unto the “Commanders Sub” and one crew member a “Master Dive Officer” name of “Nadia Glitch” (Female) from the submarine manifest being now in accompany of this unidentified Sub “Mr. Holmes” <br />And the “two” disable submarine(s) was located by “two” “British Battle Ship” with a floating message attachment to the United States directed to “Commander and Chief “just what you always want……. Merry Christmas”….”Love Santa Claus”….. <br />Which we believe this was done by the “Commander Hamilton II” Submarine” “Sir Holmes”,<br />“But we are certain” and sure that upon arrival on the “Slave Coast” that the “Commander” has now rigged his “extra torpedoes” with some “special explosive chemical compound of sorts” <br />And at that point fire only “one” torpedoes shot” and sunk the “Prince Doctor” “Lazy II” Pirate ship at its anchor mooring,<br /> Killing every one onboard near the Port of Dakar Africa, with such destructive force it was felt far away of quarter a mile away, shattering inland store shop windows.<br />Our last “Intelligence reports” comes from a “American submarine” in the area, the sonar officer stated he heard distinct sounds of a party of sorts, music, giggles, lot’s of different (Female) giggles as “Commander Hamilton II” finish complete firing an off unload of more then “eight torpedo strike” in the “Harbor of Lagos Nigeria” Africa sinking everything floating in the Harbor “Mr. Watson and Mr. Holmes”. <br />The “Commander” is able to obtain fuel, food, munitions, and seems also “female entertainment” of sorts.<br />“The Lloyds of London” made matters worst by posting on the “Military Wire” a $10,000.00 booty claim on all sunken “German War Vessels” and German Submarines and U-Boats, at which “Commander Hamilton II” has a collection now appear in excess of $190,000 in American Dollars.<br />The “American Pentagon Officials” at this time “Mr. Holmes” request of your assistances in the return of their “Naval Submarine” being brought back intact, <br />With “Commander Hamilton II” being place in chains and quickly delivery un-harm to “Pearl Harbor Fleet Command” with a full lists of questions being prodded into the “New Torpedoes” the “Commander” having crisply develop along his tirade and quite piss off AWOL under way, <br />And that the “Prince Doctor” being giving your full Private consultation attention into all of these other matters as I have just described<br /> With Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D. left of being the recipient of just well deserved desserts of your own making “Mr. Holmes”, and the England double spy contact (Dortrupt) being found.<br />With that this briefing is concluded, any question or suggestion Mr. Watson and Mr. Holmes.<br />Holmes: “Just to state the verifications” of my summons in that you’re seeking my “unofficial Direction” and assistances in the “seizure and capture” of a “Mad Man” is this to be correct XO Cmdr. Bluefin<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: ‘Yes Sir’ “Mr. Holmes” this is correct in every manner I have presented the “Prince Doctor and his entire confederate army must be stop at all cost if we maintain any dignity left in this “Bloody War”.<br />Holmes: “You silly twit of a buffoon”, I was making direct reference to “Cmdr. Hamilton II” in these matters, “It seems my “Dark Shadow” of an “American Counter Partner” is ahead of my so call expert wit by as my calculations $190,000.00 Dollars American, Plus <br />With a unknown large amount of computation in revenue just simply lying about the bottom of the “Harbor” in Lagos Nigeria Africa,<br /> And the “Commander” is on a direct heading for more “Loot” if we do not get this “cross leg broke horse” of a “floating contraption of a submarine” into the “game fast”, <br />Before “Commander Hamilton II” has completely clear out the “Lloyds of London Vault” before I my expert self, having made any proper sort of an attempt to deposited at least one claims checks.<br />Holmes pick up the “Squawk Box”: Attention all hands the “XO Cmdr Bluefin” is relives of his duties,<br /> I have the “Con”…..Lt. Moore come to a heading of “42 degrees by 53 degrees north” to “10 degrees by 25 degrees west”, <br />All torpedoes tubes fully loaded and on stand by, and the rest of you “lazy Blokes” are on full alert, set Generals Quarters. That is all.”<br />By: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br /> (Chapter 7)<br />June 24th 1918, 0938: hrs. <br />“Sherlock Holmes” having giving directions, and left the bridge in control of “Lt. Moore” and remove himself, with XO Commander Bluefin and myself (Watson) in toll to the aft torpedo room with the explicated instructions that<br />“The Smoking Lamp in completely out on this Submarine”...<br />”No Smoking” under any reasoning what so ever”, “no cooking”, “no ironing” or anything which require “heat or electrical current”, the crew is entitled to standing watch at a duty station, asleep or playing cribbage games only’ until further orders…<br />Once we all were within the “Aft torpedo room and lock tight inside “Holmes” requested assistance in disassembling a torpedo with the require form of respect, care, and patience with the new experiment in developing a more workable explosive model with extra speed.<br />As “Holmes” move about the “long tube” like a Doctor in surgery, once again I found myself missing apart of my roommate many abilities”, I never knew such seamanship existence with other knowledgably traits in Naval Warfare”, <br />Moreover I never knew if “Holmes could actually swim, less move about this vessel underneath the ocean with ease, which I should surmise from the excitement in opening the weapon Holmes facial expression showing “Captain Holmes” May having something extra explosive and special in mind.<br />“Holmes: “Cmdr. Bluefin” And “Watson” it has been among many of my other studies that I find Torpedoes to be quite a fancy fish of a gadget, if you permit me to say . In order to give a continuous account of the torpedo's development we will go back to Roman days and note the use of fireships to destroy enemy fleets. The use of drifting weapons of destruction, powered by the ocean currents, is not so very far removed from destructive weapons powered by other means as in the present understanding of the name “torpedo”. <br />The next stage in the sophistication of sea weapons appears in 1585 when the Italian Zambelli destroyed a bridge by means of a drifting boat loaded with explosives which were detonated by a clockwork delay fuse. <br />We next find David Bushnell on the scene again with his submarine, <br /> This remarkable one manpower vessel actually once sank a ship. The operation of the boat is quite obvious from the diagram. The operator used both hands and feet to control the forward and vertical motion by means of screws as well as operating a foot pump and rudder. <br />The "torpedo" was a charge of explosive fixed to a ship's hull by means of the woodscrew illustrated and ignited by delayed action fuse. <br />The operator then cranked himself furiously away from tile area before the "torpedo" exploded. The best documented attack by a Bushnell boat was made against the flagship of the British fleet sent to quell the unruly colonists towards the latter end of the eighteenth century. The submarine was successfully positioned under the ship but the woodscrew failed to penetrate the copper sheathing recently introduced onto the hulls of British warships. <br />Robert Fulton, another American, developed Bushnell's submarine into a more workable version named Nautilus. With this boat he sank several ships during demonstrations but was not very successful in selling his submarine to the American Navy.<br /> Working successively with the French against the British, with the British against the French and finally with the Americans against all comers, he appears to have been a brilliant inventor and an opportunist. <br />A much glamorized account of Fulton's machinations at the end of the eighteenth century appeared on B.B.C. television in the 1960's as a children's adventure series. Fulton must however be credited with the development of the submarine and its weapon, the mine, to a point where it could be used in wartime. <br />Soon after Fulton's work the name "Torpedo" became applied to a new class of weapons and the development of the mine continued on its own separate path. This new weapon was the Spar Torpedo Boat. <br />Many forms of Spar Torpedo were used, particularly during the American Civil War. Nearly all types were basically the same and consisted of a steam launch having an explosive charge mounted at the end of a long pole projecting ahead of the boat. <br />The launch carried a small crew one of whom viewed the external world through a steel conning tower. The launch approached an enemy ship under cover of darkness and placed the explosive charge against the ship's side and detonated it electrically. <br />The spar torpedo was quite successful and one of the most successful types was the "David "boat operated by the Southern States in the American Civil War. These carried a 60 lb charge on the end of a 25 ft long pole and the explosion was set off 6 ft below the waterline. A crew of eight was used and the boat ran awash. Indeed, it was fitted with hydroplanes for brief dives but these were often fatal. <br />Although spar torpedoes were extensively used by the Americans, French, Russians and Chinese, the British considered them "unsporting" and were late introducing them. <br />British Torpedoes Enter Service <br />In the autumn of 1869 Royal Navy representatives visited Fiume and reported favorably on the weapons being tested. As a result Whitehead was invited to England to demonstrate the ability of his weapons. <br />He brought two types of torpedo with him, a 16 in. by 14 ft. carrying 67 lbs. of wet gun-cotton and a second weapon of 14 in. diameter and a little less than 14 ft. in length. This latter weapon carried a warhead of dynamite weighing 18 lbs. <br />The weapons were fired either from the surface or from a submerged tube built by Whitehead into Oberon. Over 100 firings were made during September and October of 1870, the average weapon performance being seven knots to a range of 600 yards. <br />As a grand finale a wooden coal hulk was moored off Cockleshell Hard and surrounded with protective nets. A 16 in. weapon with its warhead charged by Professor F. A. Abel was fired from a range of 134 yards. The weapon, determined to demonstrate its potency, went around the net and blew a hole measuring 20 ft. by 10 ft. in the old corvette and it sank at once. Faced with such conclusive evidence of the weapon's capability the Royal Navy ordered a batch of Whitehead torpedoes which were received in 1870. <br />It was most appropriate therefore that one century later a new torpedo trials ship should have been launched with the name E.T.V. Whitehead. <br />Two types of weapon were received from Whitehead's works at Fiume; these being 14 in. and 16 in. diameter. In 1871 the Admiralty bought the manufacturing rights for £15,000 and production was started at the Royal Laboratories, Woolwich the following year. This sum of money seems very small for such an important weapon especially when only a decade later a certain Mr. Brennan was paid nearly 10 times as much for the rights of an inferior type of torpedo. <br />The example of the Royal Navy was quickly followed by the French, Germans and Chinese and soon Whitehead was exporting his torpedoes around the world. Several countries started building their own pirated copies of the Whitehead but these were notably unsuccessful. The stringent specifications laid down by foreign navies caused Whitehead to give consideration to the improvement of performance. <br />He appears to have regarded the weapon as primarily for use in harbors against moored ships. Under these circumstances a speed of only seven knots is acceptable and the main areas for improvements lie with the accuracy of steering and the reliable operation of the impact fuse. However, the Germans specified a weapon performance of 16 knots to 550 yards. <br />Whitehead carried out various improvements including the replacement of the twin cylinder Vee engine by a three-cylinder engine built by Peter Brother-hood, Ltd., of Peterborough. Thus by 1875 a 14 in. weapon was produced having a performance of 18 knots to a range of 550 yards. <br />In 1872 Whitehead bought the firm and re-named it Silurifico Whitehead. A remarkable feature of this story is the instant success of the novel weapon. The very first experimental torpedo worked well and was being mass produced for export within four years. An envious record for any new product! <br />With the introduction of the new engine and contrarotating propellers (this latter by a foreman mechanic at Woolwich) no significant improvements were then made until the introduction of the gyroscope for azimuthal steering in 1895. <br />The extended fins thereafter were not needed because of the lack of roll forces. <br />This latter feature distinguished Fiume weapons from the Woolwich types which carried the surfaces ahead of the screws. The latter practice persists (unfortunately) to the present time. <br />Weapons of various types were produced during the first few decades of the life of the automobile torpedo. In particular, many obscure types of unorthodox propulsion were produced in the United States, as we shall see. <br />The Whitehead type did not however undergo significant charge although many new Mark numbers were introduced. It can be seen that the improvements in performance were steady and unspectacular. <br />The Germans, in addition to ordering Whitehead torpedoes in 1873, began building their own on the Whitehead principle. The firm of L. Schwartzkopf-later the Berliner Maschinenbau A.G.-began making excellent torpedoes in phosphor-bronze. The firm was soon exporting weapons to Russia, Japan and Spain. <br />In 1885 Britain ordered 50 of these weapons because the output at home and at Fiume could not satisfy the demand. These weapons cost £450 each which was £120 more than the corresponding Fiume type (the 14 in. Mk. II). <br />The output at Whitehead's works was continually increasing and Table 1 shows a sample of his products. <br />TABLE 1 Extract from the Whitehead Catalogue 1892 <br />Dia (in)Length ft. in.MaterialWt (lbs)Cost1518 9.5Steel904.5£3501518 9.5Bronze904.5£3801414 6Steel647£3001414 6Bronze647£3251412 3Steel498.5£2901412 3Bronze498.5£3151411 0Steel435£2801411 0Bronze435£300<br />In addition to the standard weapons many special types were produced to the specifications of foreign navies. In fact no less than 17 different types of weapon were produced at Fiume in 1884 and Table 2 shows the countries to which weapons had been exported up to 1881. <br />TABLE 2 Sales of Whitehead torpedoes up to 1881 <br />CountryType 16 in15 in14 inArgentine40Belgium40Denmark5825Germany103100England254France105113Italy70Greece3040Austria100Portugal50Russia2521510Others5127<br />The 14 in. by 11 ft. weapon was built originally to the specification of the Russians who wanted a minimum speed output of 20 knots. This was achieved and all Whitehead weapons exceeded this speed from this time. <br />The speed improvements were made by increasing the inlet pressure to the engine (with consequent improvements to engine details) and a corresponding increase in air vessel pressure. By 1882 the vessels were being built to withstand at least 1,500 p.s.i. and Britain led the world in the construction of bronze pressure vessels. <br />Figures for weapon range were not reliable up to this time because range was not an important parameter. Ranging at Fiume was carried out from an underwater tube aimed at a net 400 yards distant. The maximum running distance was only measured when requested by a customer. <br />After all, the chance of hitting a ship decreases rapidly with range because of the errors inherent in the weapon and the aiming process so that there was little point in firing a torpedo at a range greater than about 400 yards even if the weapon was capable of greater range. Thus the ranges tabulated at the end of Part 1 are nominal only but in many cases the maximum range is not very much greater than the quoted value. <br />At about this time the Italians built their own version of a Fiume torpedo but it ran at only 7 knots. Whitehead rebuilt it and it achieved 20 knots. As a result the Italians gave up building their own weapons and bought from Whitehead. <br />In external appearance the various weapons were very similar. The torpedoes were often built up with standard tail and nose sections but with different middle sections. These composite torpedoes each carried different mark numbers but were in fact very similar in performance. In 1883 a committee, set up to examine various aspects of torpedo design, carried out trials to test whether the nose shape had any effect on weapon speed.<br /> The pointed nose was assumed to cleave the water best but the great hydrodynamicist Dr. Froude advised that blunt head should show no disadvantage in speed performance and would allow much larger warheads to be carried. <br />Comparative trials were carried out using the Mk W Fiume and R.L. Mk XI torpedoes each fitted with blunt and pointed noses. The tests showed that the blunt-nosed torpedoes had a full knot advantage over the pointed nosed version. <br />This meant that heavier warheads could be carried without loss of propulsive performance and the ultimate in blunt nose designs during this period appeared in 1909 with the American hemispherical heads <br />During the period covered above the United States had not taken advantage of the offers in 1869 and 1874 to manufacture Whitehead torpedoes under license and followed an independent and generally unsuccessful development programmer of her own. This, together with the extensive efforts in many countries to develop rivals to the supremacy of the Whitehead torpedo will be described later. <br />Last Cold Compressed Air Whitehead Weapons <br />Whitehead torpedoes were being manufactured at a considerable rate during the last 15 years of the 19th century. From Fiume the Silurifico Whitehead was sending hundreds of weapons around the world and many more were being manufactured under license in foreign countries or being simply pirated. A typical year's intake to the Royal Navy is listed on page 41 as an example of the activity around this period. <br />The German Schwartzkopf firms were manufacturing about 400 weapons annually which were sent to Spain, Italy, China and Britain <br />It was soon after the mid-1880s that torpedo performance began to improve. This was largely as a result of competition from improved gunnery. Indeed, in 1904 the battle of Tsushima was settled by gunfire at a range of 6,000 yards and no torpedo could at that time compete with such performance. The torpedo's saving grace was its ability to deliver with stealth an explosive charge to the most vulnerable part of a ship. Torpedo range was increased by the introduction of the l8in. Whitehead weapon in 1888 but not by a very great amount; the advantage being taken rather to increase the size of warhead. <br />Meanwhile at Woolwich torpedo performance improvements made the specially constructed canal too short and a new range was set up at Horsea Island in 1888 and 10 years later the Bincleaves range was set up near Weymouth. In 1890 Whitehead opened his factory at Weymouth which survived until recently under the ownership of Vickers, Armstrong Ltd. <br />In .1893 the Royal Navy decided to transfer the torpedo works at the Royal Laboratories to the Royal Gun Factory (thus weapons became known as R.G.F. types) and as a result the Weymouth works did not get the British orders that were expected. <br />Henceforth the Whitehead torpedoes produced at Weymouth were mostly sent for export to countries not able to manufacture their own. Similarly, Whitehead had opened a factory at St. Tropez at the same time as the Weymouth venture and this also exported to countries such as Brazil, Holland, Turkey and Greece. Some torpedoes from the Weymouth works did enter service with the Royal Navy especially during the 1914-18 war periods. <br />The last association of the works with the Royal Navy appears to have been in the early stages of the Mark 23 torpedo in the mid-1950s. <br />Whitehead always regarded his torpedoes as primarily for launching from underwater tubes. The Royal Navy however 'seems to have favored above-water firing devices. Under water tubes can be placed either in the bow where the ramming effectiveness of the ship is weakened (ramming was a most popular means of naval warfare in the 1 870s) or they can be placed across the ship for broadside shots. <br />In the latter position the torpedo experiences a strong twisting force as it emerges due to the water flow along the ship. A device for overcoming this effect was invented by Capt. A. K. Wilson, V.C. and consisted of a guide bar projecting from the ship along which the emerging weapon slid until free of the disturbing effect of the ship's motion. Another device ejected a tube with the torpedo for a distance of several feet such that the water flow forces were taken by the tube and not the weapon. <br />These devices were adopted by the British but were not generally popular. The first above water launching was made by sliding a l4in. Weapon off a mess table out through a porthole and, having thus proved the feasibility of the scheme, several methods were evolved for launching weapons from a ship's deck. <br />Most of the early methods consisted of a simple frame for holding the torpedo over the water and releasing it in approximately the right direction. Light torpedo boats used a frame which was lowered about 2ft. into the water for launching. <br />The tube working on the pea shooter principle was invented in about 1880. The weapons were ejected by compressed air but within a few years the propelling gas was generated by slow burning gunpowder in granular form. This remained the method of tube launch for many decades; indeed the present deck-mounted tubes work on exactly the same scheme but with different propelling cartridges. <br />The British method of discharging torpedoes from above the waterline was viewed with some concern by Whitehead. His son-in-law and partner, Count George Hoyo's, reported after a visit to Britain that "such delicate weapons are not meant to be fired like shot from a gun" but the weapons 'seemed to tolerate their rough treatment for in 1879 there were already 33 British warships fitted with launching equipment. <br />Introduction of the Gyroscope <br />In 1895 came the first significant improvement to the torpedo since its invention. Whitehead introduced the gyroscope for azimuth control using the type invented by an Austrian, Ludwig Obry. In this device a 1.75 lb. wheel some 3in. in diameter was held in gimbals with its axis along that of the torpedo. <br />The wheel was spun up to maximum speed 2,400 r.p.m. by means of a pretension spring. The wheel reached this speed before the weapon left the tube so that the torpedo followed the aimed-for track in the water irrespective of the impulsive forces acting on hitting the water. This greatly improved the overall accuracy of firing and with the new device fitted it was possible to fire to an accuracy of ~ thus enabling a beam-on target to be hit at a range of about 7,000 yards-except that torpedoes at that time had ranges not exceeding 1,000 yards. <br />This clearly provided a considerable impetus for torpedo designers to increase performance. The original Obry gyroscope wheel only contained a maximum of 20ft. - lbs. of energy. This had the effect of allowing the gyro to topple after an inconveniently short time of running. The toppling was induced by the fact that the gyroscope gimbals were required to directly operate a rudder servo control. <br />Whitehead soon introduced an intermediate servo however which greatly reduced the forces acting on the gimbals and the way was then opened up for long range weapons. <br />The version of the Obry gyroscope supplied to the United States was provided with an angling gear which enabled the weapon to change course after firing, thus giving greater flexibility in the firing procedure. This refinement was introduced into the Royal Navy in 1900. <br />The turn of the century saw a radical change in torpedo design with the introduction of the heated, or steam torpedo. This is therefore an opportune time to study the torpedo development of nations, such as the United States, who did not adopt the Whitehead compressed air method of propulsion. <br />Departures from Whitehead Principles <br />The Torpedo Test Station was set up in 1870 at Rhode Island, U.S.A. to work on spar torpedoes but in 1871 an automobile torpedo was built, Fig. g this was built on the supposed lines of the Whitehead weapons and indeed the propulsive performance was similar, i.e. 7 knots to a range of 300 yards. <br />The warhead was 70 to 90 lbs. of dynamite or guncotton. Here the similarity to the White-head torpedo ends for the American version refused to run a straight course. This is not surprising in view of the minimal control surface area provided. Another weapon was built in 1874 but this was no more successful. <br />The air vessel was made of bronze in the latter case because no American firm would undertake to make a steel vessel of sufficient strength. The British were masters of the forging and rolling art for pressure vessels at this time. The Japanese had many failures in this respect and eventually bought their pressure vessels from England. <br />Having failed to produce a working automobile torpedo and having turned down two offers of the Whitehead plans (one offer being quite unofficial from an ex-foreman from Woolwich-industrial sabotage at an early age!) the Torpedo Test Station set about building under the inventive eye of J. L. Lay, an officer in the U.S. Navy, a series of strange and generally unsuccessful weapons. <br />Most of the weapons floated and thus did not have the ability to vary the striking depth at the enemy ship. The Lay torpedoes floated with only a few inches of hull showing and were controlled by an operator by means of electrical impulses sent down a wire.<br /> The power unit was a gas engine driven by compressed carbon dioxide and the steering impulses transmitted down the wire operated electromagnetic relays on the rudder. The position of the weapon was indicated by two flags or discs. <br />A later form used liquefied C02 as the power source with the liquid warmed in pipes external to the weapon. Still later we find the Lay-Haight weapon driven by gas generated by the action of sulphuric acid on lime. The later weapons had their propeller near the forward end of the hull partially recessed to avoid damage. It also avoided efficient propulsion! <br />These weapons were never really successful on account of their unreliability and vulnerability to gunfire. In a trial carried out off the British coast for the Royal Navy the Lay weapon heeled over badly so that the propeller was only half under the surface. <br />Two Lay torpedoes were sold to the Peruvian Government for use in the war against Chile. In 1879 a Lay weapon was fired from the Peruvian ironclad Huascar at a Chilean ship. Half-way to the target the weapon turned around and "hurtled" at 15 knots back at the mother ship despite the frantic knob twiddling of the operator. <br />The ship was saved by the heroic action of a ship's officer who swam out to intercept the weapon and deflect it. The relieved captain promptly took the two weapons to a local graveyard where they were buried only to be later exhumed by the Chilean rebels! <br />The vulnerability of these weapons was overcome in the 'Patrick ' and 'Wood-Haight' 'torpedoes by suspending them beneath unsinkable floats. These floats were either wood or thin copper sheet cylinders containing water-proofed cotton waste. <br />The floats could be shot again and again without sufficient buoyancy being lost to sink the weapon. The propulsion was by compressed carbon dioxide gas expanded through a gas engine-usually a three-cylinder Brotherhood type, similar to the version used extensively by Whitehead. <br />The electric torpedo made its appearance in about 1873 with the Ericsson which was propelled by sending power down a cable unreeled from the weapon (Ericsson was the builder of 'Novelty', one of the locomotives tested at the Rainhill competition in 1829 at which Stephenson's 'Rocket' was the winner.) <br />A direct development of the Ericsson torpedo was the Sims-Edison which was similarly powered down a trailing wire. A speed of 10 knots was attained using a Siemens motor drawing 30 amps at 600 volts. <br />Several versions of this weapon appeared, all carried under a large float and very similar in external appearance to the weapon and the last version built in 1889 carried a 4001b. Warhead to a range of over two miles. <br />Cmdr. Hamilton II somehow having stumble into adding more speed to the torpedo he was engaging in with a different type chemical mixture to increase the range over two miles and with a more deadly “Warhead” <br />Obvious this added weight upon impact cause a more volatile explosion. So I will just attempt to rework the primary function design and assemble as close as we can a more proper weapon in order to hope for the best until we can discovery the exacts configurations of the AWOL Commander designs…<br />To be continuing……… <br />By: Louis Charles Hamilton II. (Cmdr Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 8)<br />June 24th 1918, 12:44 hrs.<br />The new apparatus of several minor contraptions of devices were installed to increase speed and accuracy at a range of about 15,000 yards with a wheel speed of 18,000 r.p.m... <br /> This gave a new weapon performance of 38 knots to 1200 yards with a decreasing speed for a further 400 yards.<br />“Holmes quickly made several adjustments to another torpedo in order to decrease destruction instead of the warhead having such a destructive force upon impact, which the game now was to find a “German Sub” force a surrender, off load its torpedo, have a inspection, then attempt a new missile reconfiguration while gaining extra arsenal for the ready engagement with any further hostile enemy targets. <br />After the second torpedo was finish, “Holmes” and my self retired for a brief rest while “XO Commander Bluefin” and two members of his crew made the new adjustments to the rest of the onboard torpedo, return the Submarine operation to normal condition as the Cook made preparations for supper for the “entire crew”.<br />The Captain Quarters” was vacant for the purpose of this mission for “Holmes and myself” lodging which very comfortable at the moment I felt asleep with the thought of all of the most events”,<br /> Asking myself for once am I certain of being at a state officially over my head in this pursuit with “Holmes on issues of two Countries Diplomatic circumstances and well being.<br />June 27th 1918 0380 hrs <br />The location at this time seems a bit secret which “Holmes put us within 200 miles of “Cape Verde” a Pirate passing of sort’s, we return to the bridge to find the usable shipmates busy about doing the normal routine, with XO Commander Bluefin waiting for further instruction for his new appointed Captain Holmes” guide. <br />Holmes:"Only one important thing has happened in the last three days, and that is that nothing has happened.”<br />“Commander Bluefin”: So what’s our next move “Mr. Holmes”.<br />Holmes: The Canaries Current is with us at this present moment, along the Atlantic ocean sea floor ahead at approximately 450 to 500 miles away lies “Bathymetrist Seamounts” a well form group of Ocean Mountains and as good of a place for us to look for enemies submarines, <br />My theory is simply the age of the Oceanic crust in this region of the “Earth” upon a seafloor less then 200 million years old, The use of sound to 'echo locate' underwater in the same way as bats use sound for aerial navigation seems to have been prompted by the Titanic disaster of 1912. <br />The world's first patent for an underwater echo ranging device was filed at the British Patent Office by English meteorologist Lewis Richardson a month after the sinking of the Titanic,[2] and a German physicist Alexander Behm obtained a patent for an echo sounder in 1913.<br />Canadian Reginald Fessenden, while working for the Submarine Signal Company in Boston, built an experimental system beginning in 1912, a system later tested in Boston Harbor, and finally in 1914 from the U.S. Revenue (now Coast Guard) Cutter Miami on the Grand Banks off Newfoundland Canada.<br />In that test, Fessenden demonstrated depth sounding, underwater communications (Morse Code) and echo ranging (detecting an iceberg at two miles (3 km) range). The so-called Fessenden oscillator, at ca. 500 Hz frequency, was unable to determine the bearing of the berg due to the 3 meter wavelength and the small dimension of the transducer's radiating face (less than 1 meter in diameter). <br />The ten Montreal-built British H class submarines launched in 1915 were equipped with a Fessenden oscillator.<br />Now during World War I the need to detect submarines prompted more research into the use of sound. <br />The British made early use of underwater hydrophones, while the French physicist Paul Langevin, working with a Russian immigrant electrical engineer, Constantin Chilowski, worked on the development of active sound devices for detecting submarines in 1915 using quartz. <br />Although piezoelectric and magnetostrictive transducers later superseded the electrostatic transducers they used, this work influenced future designs. Lightweight sound-sensitive plastic film and fiber optics have been used for hydrophones (acoustic-electric transducers for in-water use), while Terfenol-D and PMN (lead magnesium niobate) have been developed for projectors.<br />In 1916, under the British Board of Invention and Research, Canadian physicist Robert William Boyle took on the active sound detection project with A B Wood, producing a prototype for testing in mid 1917. This work, for the Anti-Submarine Division of the British Naval Staff, was undertaken in utmost secrecy, and used quartz piezoelectric crystals to produce the world's first practical underwater active sound detection apparatus. <br />To maintain secrecy no mention of sound experimentation or quartz was made - the word used to describe the early work ('supersonics') was changed to 'ASD'ics, and the quartz material to 'ASD'ivite: hence the British acronym ASDIC.<br />By my computations of all German Subs sunken at the start of this “War’ with their precise locations marked and maintain with its comparison to the Oceanic Crust,<br /> I have discover a pattern plan that may apply in my reasoning of these “Submarines” looming about the area closet to the oldest crust formation, taverns, sub mountain regions, and deepest point near ocean fracture zones in order to confuse our sonar system.<br />“Commander Hamilton II” submarine is headed from the African coasts this direction with a German fleet of Submarines and German U-Boats and their confederate allies all in tow wanting to inflict sever revenge, <br />The chance of our submarine being known in heading their direction in our own “chess hunt” will possibly provide the “New Torpedoes” a very opening stage in provide us with some knowledgeable worth. <br />To be continuing……… <br />By: Louis Charles Hamilton II. (Cmdr Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 9)<br /> June 27th 1918 14:20 hrs. <br />Approximately (13) hrs (20) min. having past electrical air of excitement has inch its way onto the bridge,<br /> “XO Commander Blue fin” has order all engine to 1/3 power, “Diver Master” take the Submarine down and set her gently on the Ocean floor,<br /> “Set all hands conditions rig for G.Q. and the entire crew G.Q. set for silent “until other wise order” by my “Commands”,<br /> “Sonar on “Full Alert” on all inbound bogy(s) with a definite signature report”,<br />“Radio Control” send final message” of our present location, with further instruction for an escort to be provide for safety passage of the “Agamemnon” to a convoy heading to “America”,<br /> “Stand by for “Crypt Code” message to “Commander Hamilton II” Submarine (ASAP) upon my further orders;<br />“Lt. Moore” standby at the torpedo fire upon my “Marks and Commands” <br />“All torpedo rooms” Load and flood all torpedo tubes with the exception of the forward (4) “port tube” place torpedo with “Sir Holmes” marking “See Nelly” in (4) port tube.<br />“Dive Master” on my “Mark” “blow all ballast air tanks” and take us to a 45 degree increase rise per 30 seconds…<br />All Hands brace and stand by for further instructions; until then, rig for silent is in force now”.<br />With the last ready for “War” instruction enforced by the experience XO on the bridge, <br />Jokingly “Commander Bluefin” turn to “Mr. Holmes” asking is their any other order(s) you require “Captain Holmes”<br />Holmes: I believe my belay last Commands are quite well sufficient and in quite perfect hands and to be quite frank to all on the bridge,<br /> I my self would not know where to find the “Gun trigger device” on this “over grown espresso maker”…<br />Their after “Sherlock Holmes” stated the all to obvious in this area of “Submarine Warfare”<br /> A slight group snicker of laughter’s grew and fill the bridge area, including my self joining in on the light chuckle at “Holmes” expense, whom adore the light moment himself with a braze of a smile and a slight soft story as we wait about “British Submarines”.<br />British submarines had an inauspicious start in World War One and their development in the years leading up to the war brought many problems. However, together with the natural design developments that occurred with certain technical developments, by 1918 the submarine represented a formidable weapon of war.<br />In 1900, submarines throughout the world were very crude machines – and those in the British Navy were no exception. However, in just eighteen years the development in them was such that the standard design of 1918 remained very similar to those used at the start of World War Two.<br />The British Submarine Service was a volunteer branch of the Royal Navy. Those who worked in the early submarines had to both effective and efficient workers and intelligent enough to use machinery that was complex for the time. <br />The Submarine Service was never short of volunteers and the Navy could afford to pick the very best after a thorough selection process. Those volunteers who made it past the selection process then faced a lengthy training programmed. Pre-1914, those who joined the Submarine Service saw themselves as an elite force within the Navy and this caused resentment amongst those who worked in surface ships.<br />On February 17th, 1864, the Union ship ‘Housatonic’ became the first ship to be sunk by a submarine. By using a spar torpedo, a Confederate submarine also succeeded in destroying itself. However, the principle had been set – that a ship could be sunk by an attack launched from below the water. <br />In 1868, Robert Whitehead perfected the self-propelled torpedo. His design remained relatively the same for a number of years though its dimensions increased as the new century dawned. The first Whitehead torpedo had a range of 700 feet, was driven off an engine powered by compressed air, had a speed of six knots and delivered an explosive head of 18 lbs. By 1914, the German U boats were equipped with torpedoes that had a variable range that depended on the speed the torpedo was set at for its target, a maximum speed of 45 knots and a 400 lbs warhead.<br />The first British submarine, pictured above, was launched on November 2nd 1902. <br />The Admiralty used the American Holland design primarily as no obvious British design was available for their scrutiny. This was the result of the Admiralty not encouraging anybody in Britain to involve themselves in submarine design. The Holland design had a single hull and, though crude, proved to be solid base to work on. At the same time, the French were using double-hulled submarines that gave their submarines much greater buoyancy and stability. <br />Both petrol and electric engines, the former for surface use and the latter for when the submarine was submerged, powered the Holland design. However, the petrol engine was highly unreliable and prone to giving off sparks that were a constant source of danger in the cramped space of a submarine partly powered by petrol. <br />Sir John Durston, the Royal Navy’s Engineer-in-Chief, would have nothing to do with the new vessels. His main complaint was that concentrated petrol fumes in a cramped space were a recipe for disaster. <br />He also believed that the Holland class submarines were unseaworthy, as they had no appreciable conning tower that would have boosted their stability. During peacetime, the Holland’s ran on the surface with their entrance/exit hatch open. As the cupola that formed the conning tower was not large there was a grave risk of seawater flooding into the submarine as even calm seawater lapped near to the rim of the hatch.<br />The Submarine Service’s first Captain – Roger Bacon, invented the submarine’s periscope. Sir Howard Grubb – a well-known Dublin optician, later improved it. The periscope was raised and lowered by the use of a ball and socket joint. This type of periscope remained practically the same throughout World War One – with modifications made to the lenses that gave improved visibility. The introduction of a proper conning tower meant that the periscope could be kept in an upright position where it could be raised and lowered by the use of compressed air. The inside of a Holland submarine was very cramped. The captain stood with his head in a windowed cupola and on each side of his head was a six-inch steering wheel – one for horizontal steering and the other for vertical steering. Using both wheels and giving orders out to the crew must have been demanding in times of calm – let alone when the captain was under pressure. <br />Later designs of the Holland moved the steering wheels elsewhere.<br />The smaller submarines like the Holland and its successor, the A-class submarine, were restricted to coastal duties because of their size. <br />The A-class submarine still used petrol driven engine for surface movement but it was shielded from all electrical components to reduce the risk of fire. The A-class was larger than the Holland and its engine generated 500 hp and its batteries had twice the capacity of their predecessor. The A-class could run at 11.5 knots on the surface and 7 knots submerged. <br />The engine of the A-class was still a problem and the two most common defects were burnt out plugs and piping that became white hot when the engine was in use. As these pipes were liberally spread throughout the submarines, they were a constant problem. A5 was lost at sea – it was assumed that the explosion was caused by petrol being ignited by a spark. A1 was segregated once when it was in dock as the people there feared that it would explode. Despite these concerns, the A-class proved its value in 1904 when it successfully took part in the Royal Navy’s annual maneuvers.<br />The A-class developed into the B-class. Roger Bacon had wanted to put a small-calibre gun on the deck of the B-class but he did not receive support to do this from the First Sea Lord, Lord Walter Kerr. The First Sea Lord had never given his full support to the Submarine Service and he refused to give his permission for Bacon to do this. There has been speculation as to why Kerr was anti-submarines, especially as the “Daily Express” had as early as 1902, informed its readers about the submarines “tremendous possibilities in warfare.” Kerr was very much a surface fleet man. <br />It is possible that he saw the submarine as an underhand weapon that should not have been associated with the Royal Navy; it could simply be that submarines had yet to be tried and tested in war and that their designs were still relatively crude – hence his lack of enthusiasm.<br />The B-class was fitted with adjustable horizontal rudders at the bow end of the boat. These greatly assisted the submarines ability to dive. Stern horizontal rudders levelled off the submarine underwater. The sceptics believed that the B-class was too big to operate effectively. They were wrong as its increased size gave it a more regular depth line and it handled better than its smaller predecessors. <br />A larger boat could also have a larger engine that increased the boat’s radius of action. The D-class submarines could stay underwater for 12 hours. The larger boats could also carry a larger crew that did not get as exhausted on a long voyage as a shift system could be used.<br />The D-class was Britain’s first overseas submarine. A to C-class submarines had been restricted to coastal duties only. The D-class also had two other major improvements – a diesel engine rather than a petrol one and the ability to carry more torpedoes. The D-class had a saddle-tank hull which meant that its ballast tanks were on the outside of the submarine. This gave the submarine greater buoyancy and more space for the crew in side as ballast tanks in A to C-class submarines had been effectively part of the submarine’s actual hull. The D-class took only one minute to generate full power when the engine was started from cold – this greatly increased its diving speed.<br />The E-class submarines were very similar to the D-class but they were fitted with a twelve-pounder gun and had additional torpedo tubes. The E-class was the main submarine used by the Submarine Service in World War One and it saw action in the Atlantic, Baltic, Dardanelles and the North Sea. In all fifty-eight were built. Such was the success of the E-class design that the L-class that was used in World War Two was near enough a carbon-copy of the E-class only bigger in all dimensions.<br />More revolutionary designs occurred during the war itself. They were usually the result of the Admiralty’s fear that Germany was producing bigger, faster and more heavily armed submarines. The reservations that the Admiralty had pre-1914 were not obvious as the war progressed. In an amazing piece of forethought, the Admiralty gave its backing to the development of a hunter-submarine killer R-class submarine. This was faster underwater than on the surface. The fifteen knots that the R-class achieved underwater was not equaled until 1945. However, the R-class was launched towards the end of World War One and never had the chance to show what it was capable of doing in combat as there were so few U boats at sea – twelve in total from September to November 1918. The R-class was the only submarine designed by any nation from 1914 to 1918 with the sole purpose of anti-submarine work.<br />However, not everything the Admiralty pushed through was a success. The K and M-class submarines were, in the words of Admiral Sir Geoffrey Layton, a “balls-up”. In this case, the Admiralty tried to make a submarine do what it quite clearly was not capable of doing!<br />The M-class submarines were fitted with a 12 inches Mark XI gun. This was simply put onto a K-class submarine’s hull. The theory, fine on paper, was that the M-class submarine should semi-surface, fire its gun at a large target and dive quickly using the extra weight of the Mark XI gun at the front of the hull. Whereas a torpedo could be avoided by a ship, a shell would have been impossible to avoid. The gun was set to fire automatically and was controlled from the periscope. Therefore, the diving submarine did not have to wait for any firing crew to return inside. There was only one problem – to reload the gun, you had to surface and on the surface the M-class would have made a large and inviting target.<br />Several points were against the M-class. The submarines rarely had a stable enough platform to fire the gun accurately and a ship hit above the waterline had a much greater chance of survival than a ship holed below the waterline.<br />The Admiralty also experimented with launching small reconnaissance planes from submarines. They were encouraged when two Baby Sopwith floatplanes were launched from E-22. The M-class was targeted as plane carriers and mini hangers had to be built onto the submarines. Though the idea was proved in practice, the idea literally never got of the ground and it was dropped before the end of World War One.<br />During the war, Britain also purchased submarines from abroad. Italian and French submarines were bought but they could not cope with the conditions of the North Sea and were sold back to their makers at a considerable loss to the Britissssssh<br />Sonar: Sorry for the interruption “Mr. Holmes”<br /> “XO Commander Bluefin” I have 5 bogy(s) marked and all identified and heading in this direction at a range of 5800 yards,<br /> Moving fast at current speed 45 knots, first bogy is identified as an “American Sub”. <br />To be continuing……… <br />By: Louis Charles Hamilton II. (Cmdr Bluefin)….<br />(Chapter 10)<br />June 27th 1918 15:40 hrs. <br />Sonar: “XO Cmdr. Bluefin” I have the USS Nevada (BB-36) bearing 140 degrees SE, range 5800 yards and closing fast;<br />Sonar: I have the German U-B65 topside bearing 128 degrees SE. range 14,600 yards, “rig for depth charges” and “closing fast” “Sir”;<br />Sonar: I Have the German Class U-20 “dead ahead” at a bearing 138 degrees SE, “Sir” range 22,400 yards, depth shallow at 1400 ft.<br />Sonar: I Have the German Class “Hindenburg Battleship Cruiser” all 4 screws at 28.4 knots, “Sir” range 37,500 yards, bearing 135 degrees SE. and tailing.<br />Sonar: I Have the German Class U-35 depth at 8700 ft. range 18,300 yards, “Sir” steady bearing a holding at 142 degrees SE.<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: hold all positions! Radio sends a crypt message now in 3 minutes 20 seconds USS Nevada this is the “British Royal Navy Commander Bluefin” come to heading 164 degrees SE about for assistances aid in repel a boarders with the attack sub on your tail.<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Sonar what your range to the “USS Nevada” now!<br />Sonar: “Cmdr. Bluefin” the “USS Nevada” is now at a range of 5680 yards with the same heading of a mark 140 degrees SE. <br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Dive Master” prepares to “blow blast” to a 45 degree rise…!<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Lt. Moore” all engines ahead at “2/3” power and “rig for collusion”, “sound battle station” alarm…!<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Holmes and Watson” brace your self near the periscope..! <br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Sonar range to the “USS Nevada”..!<br />Sonar: “Cmdr. Bluefin” the “USS Nevada” is now at 5300 yards with a heading mark now at 141 degrees SE.<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Lt Moore” haves “Ensign” increase all engines to “full power”.<br />Sonar: “Cmdr. Bluefin” the German Class U-20 “Now at a bearing 136 degrees SE, range 20,100 yards, depth shallow and still at 1400 ft.; the German U-B65 topside bearing has change slight to now 127 degrees SE. range 12,200 yards, “Sir” and still steady closing fast”, <br />Sonar: “Cmdr. Bluefin” the “USS Nevada” is now at a range of 5200 yards with the same heading of a mark 140 degrees SE. <br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Lt. Moore” prepares to “fire 4 tube” on my mark…! <br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Sonar what your range to the U-35 now!<br /> Sonar: “Sir” I Have the U-35 depth at 8600 ft. range 13,200 yards, “Sir” steady bearing on same holding of 142 degrees SE. <br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Sonar what your range to the “Hindenburg Battleship Cruiser” now! <br />Sonar: Sir the “Hindenburg Battleship Cruiser” has gain knots to 33.4 knots, “Sir” range closing fast for a strike at she is 28,300 yards away, bearing still holding on 135 degrees SE. “Sir” and I think they have detected us or curious on our movement but gaining fast “Commander Bluefin”.<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Dive Mater” “blow blast now”<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Ensign” comes to heading 142 degrees SE.<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Lt. Moore” “Fire 4 tube” Now….!<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Ensign” come to heading 138 degrees SE” “Dive Master” hold level off at 35 degrees up rise”….! Steady steady, steady ……..”Lt. Moore” Fire 2 tubes Now…..!!!<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “All hands” brace for “sonic blast”. “Ensign” comes to heading 132 degrees; “Dive Master” comes to a level of 16,200 ft. “Lt. Moore” signal for all engines head “flank”<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Sonar..! Reports on torpedo 2 ….time from target..!<br />Sonar: “Sir” 1: 37 seconds “Sir” and 4 torpedo is 42 seconds from impact “Commander”<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Sonar…..”Range and speed” to the “Hindenburg Battleship Cruiser” …!<br />Sonar: all 4 screws “Sir” are now at 35 knots, even “Sir” range 15,500 yards, bearing 134 degrees SE. <br />XO Cmdr. Blue fin: “Lt. Moore” fire 1 tubes…”now”…fire 3 tubes….”now……<br />Sonar: “Commander”…”Sir”...4 fish tubes has just struck U-35 broadside…..”Implosion” ……and she is now “breaking up” and “sinking fast”………..!<br />Sonar: “Sir” 2 fish tubes has hit U-20 aft end screws…. she blowing blasts and coming up on a heading of 162 degrees SE…..”USS Nevada”….has blown blast and is topside “Sir”…….alarms sounding……<br />XO Commander: “Sonar” range to the U-B65…!<br />XO Commander: “Dive Master” Take us up to periscope depth at once”<br />Sonar: the U-B65 has fire a torpedo sir in the water…”…..XO Cmdr. Bluefin……The “USS Nevada” forward deck gun “Sir” has “opening up fire” on U-B65 and also blast inbound torpedo…….Torpedo Missiles in the Water…!......The “USS Nevada” has fire torpedo missiles at close range of 2000 yards at the “U-Boat” “Sir” and….she is moving to 45 degrees Port fast trying to avoid “Commander”…….”Holy Blast” she is “hit” and blown apart…!<br />XO Commander Bluefin: “Sonar” report on all “torpedo fishes” in the water for the “Hindenburg Battle Cruiser”<br />Sonar: the “Hindenburg Cruiser” “Sir has change fast heading to 141 and is firing guns in the water “Sir” both torpedo fishes still on target and 80 seconds from impact”.<br />XO Commander Bluefin “Lt Moore” come to heading 142…… 1 tubes…now…..fires 4 tubes…now………”Dive Master” take us topside fast……….”Ensign”….come to heading……..161 degrees SE….all engines 2/3 power…..sound repel alarms…… “security stations all personal”…….”Mr. Holmes” and “Doctor Watson” please place these side arms on……<br />Open Hatch………..<br />To be continuing……… <br />By: Louis Charles Hamilton II. (Cmdr Bluefin)….<br />(Chapter 11)<br />Once as a small youth I attend a celebration with along the “Thames” Summer Festivals” plus the outing surly promised that massive fireworks” should show a delightfully glaring glow in the Mid-evening sparkling night sky, <br />But heaven took my breath away within seconds as I took my turn out upon the submarine, to see in the distances near the horizons black clouds of destruction unfolding with secondary explosions about, all just ripping with booms of thunder and all<br />Happing in two different direction on the execution per “Commander Bluefin” orders to send such precise torpedoes from the USS Nevada BB-36 on going “strikes” destroy and wound UB65 and sending the “Hindenburg Battleship Cruiser” into massive clouds of fire balls as the second torpedo fishes strike with clapping pounding bombardments within seconds of the already explosions of the first two missiles hitting the massive German War Ship,<br /> I became very queasy and my footing was very weak with the current movement of the oceans wakes, plus my nerves already rattled from the loud sounds of massive steel exploding with such thunderous scream of death” that surly my bless heart just jumping in a not so normal of a scared state to the point I was in slight shock of my own.<br />The “USS Nevada” its crew” and what to me seem logical the leader whose doing a lot of cussing and pointing were all on deck of the wounded “German Submarine” certain looting about,<br /> Connecting fuel hoses, screaming orders, men’s and three females racing along putting booms and gadgets emplacement for off loading the catch of the day (Torpedoes);<br />And the “German Crew” includes the “Captain” being off loaded as well into life rafts at gun point…<br />The sooner we tie mooring upon the enemy “German sub’ other side; “Holmes to my amusement was first to board” and quickly disappear below deck with his pistol drawn, <br />“Cmdr. Bluefin” nod to “Lt. Moore” whom also followed “Holmes”…below the German Sub” decking with his pistol drawn.<br />“Cmdr. Bluefin” screaming out orders to all Sonar on both submarines to start searching for any vessels within this area… (ASAP).<br />Within 4 ½ minutes of “Holmes” departure below enemy decking he was quite radiated in his return with a irate of wording of such a “clever configuration of geniuses” with light weight and the RPM solutions just being precise to the point of a new and valuable enter changeable discovery and no less “Cmdr. Hamilton II, it the culprit of the magnificent weapon of destruction “May I have a wording with the “Cmdr. At this moment so we can be off in our own direction..!<br />“Captain Sherlock Holmes” was escorted upon the “USS Nevada” at which he was join with Commander Bluefin”, Lt. Moore and my self <br />Commander Hamilton II, looking at the men before him in a funny expression especially directly at “Holmes”<br />Which introduction were followed..!<br />To which the first words from “Commander Hamilton II” reply to the summation of the situation was <br />As I Quoted by Commander Hamilton II:<br />Let me just get this straight..! you very obvious bored blokes having nothing better to do then just simply laying about hosting a Queen tea party at the bottom of the ocean floor,<br /> As I have “German Dogs” and “Killers” on my very heels and tracks… you wounded one” and now your also entertain me further in this engaging and quite freaky “Introduction” of this “Stale English Cracker” “Here” to be the one in the flesh “Sherlock Holmes” whom obliviously from the Transylvania custom and the “Ghostly pale skin color this is to be a “Mona Lisa” original.<br />So my only question is just how really piss off the Old Admiral” is at this very moment to be sending in you Brits”, with your “National Treasure Trophy Holmes here…!<br />Within my listing to “Cmdr. Hamilton II” full casement of the current moments and his quick wording of attack in regards to the “Mona Lisa” original direct at “Sherlock Holmes, <br />And with the exception of his Negro pigmentation features of the “Cmdr. Hamilton II” obvious race origin<br /> I would swear upon the Queens entire trove of jewels that this was indeed “Holmes” most foul mouth lost bastard brother of some sorts…<br />Which “Holmes” engages in a quick return into the factors of “Cmdr. Hamilton II. Having smartly discovery into the aluminum light weight mixture of combining The German Torpedo Aluminum wheel and its shell casing harness which is lighter by 100 lbs. and the casing of the “American Torpedoes warhead providing more explosive compound; <br />Still leaves the Commander tardy in one over look factor that upon his destructive path, in adversely Cmdr. Hamilton II. Neglect in not providing destruction to the Doctor compound and “Secrete Laboratory” in “Lagos Nigeria Africa… while engaging in this patter and practices of eliminating all of the good Doctor Earthly Possessions…which there is also two more over looked “Pirate ships not sunken and is loose on the ramp and simply lily about with no cause of direct harm….!<br />Such a blameful waste…! of fine talent(s) ….<br />Well a little quick thinking and my special consultation, design, and organization are what this entire current situation is required to be in a complete product form.<br />Simply “Cmdr. Hamilton II”. You just simply have to go back and complete your mission with this “Pirate Crew of your on making”…. But please if it’s not too much dire trouble and bother would you this time give us “blokes” a little sample of Wilhelm (DNA) and all his laboratory diagrams, records, and notes before you provide a (IED) “improvise explosive devise” of your own making I am sure you have some special fancy for and finish your explosive pillage-n-plundering nature in dealing with your “Ex-Brother-Law” estate and holdings.<br />I shall arrange a “wire” for you to return the “American Sub” to England where you will have the run of my lodging and my maid Mrs. Hudson.<br /> It quite appear “Commander” your needed there in “England” while I attend to “Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus Lawson M.D. consultation needs within the United States, <br />I am having wording with your sister “Lady Ann” in a few days, but right now time is wasting, I require you to investigate a contact in England code name (“Dortrupt”) whom reply in defense of your ex brother in law and I assure you he is quite a catch for he is none other than “Professor James Moriarty”, colorful as he may be, but a catch all the same threw out “NATO”. <br />And just remember this “Cmdr. Hamilton II” before you’re off on your new mission<br />We shall effect a trade off, and I assure you on my homeland reputation for your behalf the entire world will know it was the “Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor” who done it in the “Pallor” with the “Poison” and the “Ice Pick”<br />Sonar: I have two targets heading this direction “Sir’s approximately 36 minutes arrival time at current speed.<br />Cmdr. Hamilton II: “Watson” I bet Holmes here mumbles and quote precise figures in his sleep..!<br />Cmdr. Bluefin: hate to interrupt this brown –n-bake sale” girl scouts but we must be getting things moving…! And ….Fast…..!!! <br />To be continuing……… <br />By: Louis Charles Hamilton II. (Cmdr Bluefin)….<br />(Chapter 12)<br />June 30th 1918 09:28 hrs.<br />We having already pass the under ocean island of “Cape Verde Islands” in a northern eastern heading for “Krylov Seamount” along the sub ocean terrain heading for the United States, <br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin having assigned additional “watch stations” including myself with doctoral orders for medical inspections of the crew for fitness of duties, and any other minor needs and pampering as it seems being applied, <br />“Sherlock Holmes” current standing in the torpedo room retro fitting the 5 new fishes from the “German Submarine with the discovery of the new lighter components”<br /> A re-fueling operation is secluded near “Krylov Seamount” with an “American battle warships providing escort the USS Texas BB-35, the USS Vermont BB-20, the USS New York BB-34 and a USS Sub-Tender to pick up the “New Prototype Torpedoes” to get them off loaded and rush to the Military tech team at the “Pentagon” and to spread the good fortune threw out all of NATO.<br /> At which “Holmes” also having been assigned to the position of (OOD) “Officer of the Day” “mid-morning con duty stations with “Lt Moore”, giving extra rest for “Cmdr. Bluefin”<br />When I am not in any needed medical capacities, I am also standing watch manly nights with XO Cmdr. Bluefin” looking on the up alert for “enemy submarines” deep beneath snaking along crusted sub-terrain trails” with a steady holding position at current moment for trying to help keep sonar alert on avoiding all contacts heading in our direction;<br /> My additional duties require filing notes and proper updates into the “Captain Log”.<br />“Cmdr Hamilton II” took eight of the German Submarine torpedoes and all of the extra fuel, food, small arms, and all other needed supplies from the wounded “German Submarine” and was amazingly requested by another “German female officer” to join his crew which all of the “sudden group smiles” on the now sinking German sub deck surly answer the “Lovely German Quarter Master” special request,<br />The German submarine pump values were all open to flood the inside engine rooms compartments, and torpedo room compartments, and a (IED) improvise explosive devise was set in place on a 30 minutes for denotations as the “wreck sub sank slowly to the bottom of the Atlantic ocean.<br />“Last incoming cryptic intelligences report stating that the “Agamemnon” is in a U.S. Naval convoy task force heading for the United States along the “Hayes Fracture Zone” with the “American L-Class Submarine L-9 (SS-49) providing escort deep below.<br />“Holmes” and “Cmdr. Hamilton II” had finish up a “Inspection of the “American Submarine” with a private moment on board the “USS Nevada BB-36” before our separate departures, which Holmes replies to me the Personal nature in this matter some days later as thus: <br />He the “Commander Hamilton II” never met the brother in-law and was “forever forbidding” to even attend any events, functions, or simple dinner events at the residency, not even one “Christmas Present” or “Holiday Greeting Card” was ever exchange”,<br />Their certainly was no grand function for a wedding with this Prince of Lagos Nigeria Africa, possible two family member were at the wedding which was a quick court house ceremony. <br />The Doctor kept strict tabs, watch, and orders on “Lady Ann” especially on her where about, which the family closeness and all other normal family activities and relationships grew strangely further away from “Lady Ann” presence by being in the marriage.<br />The whole situations remain as far as the “Commander Hamilton II” was concern as long as no know harm was cause or to behold to “Lady Ann” by the Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D. then he shall have no physical harm being cause to him”<br />“Lady Ann” and the Brother “Cmdr. Hamilton II” are the middle of the four children being which the mention of the two other brothers, <br />Cmdr. Hamilton II” sister “Lady Ann” did not bring this “dire peculiarly gross set of “fraudulent medical circumstances” and “queer practices of voodoo” and “witch craft”, with other obvious abuse in the marriage situations to the “oldest brother” the retired “Naval Master Chief” nor did “Lady Ann” making choosing in the “younger brother” whom appear “proper and cable” also” in aid of his sister,<br />But her precise choosing was of a close nature” with the Brother she grew too close in “trust” and also to insure that “Justice being served” poetic as possible” but so served…<br />“Cmdr. Hamilton II” Father “Earnest Lee Hamilton Sr.” also having a “Naval back ground” but more of a “Worldly Merchant Seamanship” nature and in fact retired qualified “Second Mate” Super Tankers supplying materials on the high seas” which gives my reasoning for the “Cmdr. Hamilton II”<br /> The second youngest son biological legacy and attitude in ease along his oceanic transit plight…<br />“Hamilton Sr.” raised the family on “Pleasure Island”, in a sea port town of “Port Arthur”, Texas as was able to shield and provide an escape for his family from the current issues involving “Slavery and racial hate toward negro Americans during this time period,<br />Plus with his seaman reputation the area grew with merchant seaman wanting to live and raise their family within the port town thus bring welcome income to the local town merchants<br />And in fact “Cmdr. Hamilton II” stated because of his father outward worldly manners, respect within the community, plus being mostly on travel, the “Sherriff him self was place in personal charge and warn “if any thing should happen to “Hamilton Sr.” family while at sea he shall return from the “seven seas” and have a very personal visitation with the “Sherriff first,<br /> Then the “Mayor” of the port town will be paid a personal visitation second… and with this was quite being seriously respected through out all of the town folks.<br />The natural “Grandmother” being also in her experience in life along the way a actual “Catholic Nun” whom did the primary raising and teaching of the children at early youth stages in a convent of her own making on the Island,<br />With the biological Mother working history being retired in the petro-chemical production involvement with volatile chemicals, and the other trait of learning and vast experiences of medical, sciences, hunting, boys-scouts of such came also from the closeness as described of the favorite “Aunt and Uncle” gives the rounding for “Cmdr. Hamilton II” being in the capacity of direct intent on discovery the new torpedo designs,<br /> Apply this with the numerous ease of military executions as we have witness of current experience in “Naval Warfare” <br />“Holmes” made the blight smirking references of all of “England” and “Professor James Moriarty” upon Commander Hamilton II” washing ashore in his present hostile state both shall soon be in a dire state of “International Incident”.<br />And the last of the conversation before our departure was a simple reply to the “Cmdr. Hamilton II” definite assortment of his sister is as “Innocent as a lamb” about as bright as Box of Hair”, <br />A Model type whom lives on her looks and “Vanity” but the men chase her down to share their gold mines and this seems to her to be her world and every thing, she have been sadly prey upon..!<br /> And quite used by a “Prince of a Dog” for over 10 years with his “doctoral rich powers” and “promise of prestige” a fancy free pretty society by this “Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor” “Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D.”<br />And right now “Watson” the “Lady Ann” standing with her brother as he describe it to be precise as a “25” day case of “diarrhea” compound with a mixture of a “30” day case of “sever diaper rash”, but “all of the hell that is his only sister “Watson” and “all heads must roll”…<br />He also taught me some new American Hand salute..! Stated it was proper usage in his neck of the woods”, what do you make of this “Watson…!<br />With that “Sherlock Holmes” protrude his long middle finger extended out very stiff-ward up with the rest of his fingers in a closure ball of some sorts with a up ward thrusting motion of his arm toward my direction which my only instinct and quick reply was “My Word”. <br />June 30th 1918 22:10 hrs<br />I having been just standing watch as we are following along the path of the “Kane Fracture Zone” on a heading for the water hole of “Nares Plain” XO Cmdr. Bluefin” just received a encrypted message that the Doctor “Pirate Ship” named “Nexus” was in a slip of small Islands near the under ocean “Sliver Plain” area location <br />With a “German Submarine” escorting them in a heading for “Cuba” to off load the “Slaves” in trade, with approximately 35 of the “German DNA injected female slaves” still remaining onboard for off loading in the “United States” intelligences reports further that the Pirate ship “Nexus” usually remains at port of call in “Cuba” for two weeks call <br />For the men to rest and it seem possible for our next mission to meet them up close and personal at their port of call resting station within four days …<br />The Americans have dispatch two submarines L-1 (SS-40) and L-11 (SS-51) with 4 officers and 32 enlisted men’s join us in a operation to over take the Pirate ship and its full crew, along with their strong hold hide out, to include the town center bank also being rob in the process, full details will be provide at a special Dark ops with the Americans.<br /> To be continuing……… <br />By: Louis Charles Hamilton II. (Cmdr Bluefin)….<br />(Chapter 13)<br />July 3rd 1918 0840 hrs.<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin having made a fast heading for “Acklins Island” to lay and wait, while the Americans Submarines L-11 (SS-51) and L-1 (SS-40) made post near “Mayaguana Island”, plans having been set for a “mid-dawn raid” of “Crooked Island” in the West Indies.<br />The Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor “Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D. a/k/a “Rex Okusaga” the Pirate third “Pirate Ship” the “Cummins” has left Port of call in “Montego Bay” Jamaica after fencing and laundry of stolen merchandise to deposit the new ill gotten currency at the Pirate Head-Quarters banking system on “Crooked Island which from their making passage for the tip of the Florida Straits through “Key west” into the Gulf of Mexico.<br />All final intelligence briefing having been set by “NATO Command” on board a “Merchant Fuel Ship”<br />The “Banking system” in the small town on “Crooked Island” has a long standing notice that it is open for business of men wishing to conceal their actual wealth and dirty low down activities, <br />“Holmes, Cmdr. Bluefin, Lt. Moore, my self and three crew members have been giving the task of robbing the “Bank”.<br /> The “Americans will execute upon the “Pirate Crew and all prisoners and the Pirate Ship “The Cummins” will be escorted back to England for a proper trial and hanging.<br />The Slaves women shall be return to their homeland with monetary compensation after the “Bank is taking for a looting.<br />I have been gathering about at my notes, looking over several factors in the confinement of the “Crew” under the “Ocean” for long periods of time, at which my medical curious nature was amaze at how the sea cast of characters make their every day life simple in a “IRON Cigar” beneath the ocean waves all ways going to the height of a danger zone.<br />The Cook for instances seem to be the referee in all disputes namely because the men seems to bring the arguments to the dinner table, which I notice less frictions simply the Cook will not serve unless grace and manners having been display.<br />Then the “Engine Crew” they all eat at their post, sleep at their post, and pretty much all their personal time is consume in the engine room “fixing something or another” which to my understanding fixing a part of the submarine will always be a good god blessing.<br />Then theirs is the odd fixed in this group being “Lt. Moore” always calm, has a large family, like to play jokes and the enlisted men seems to look to him for guidance’s instead of the XO Commander,<br /> Which my obvious deduction the XO Commander is the executioner under all circumstances until in port.<br />“Holmes” has been fixing him self fancy as a “Pirate” of his own making, and quite intent on making a bang of a job, as “Holmes” stated how often one gets to be a “Pirate” and rob a “Pirate Bank”.<br />To kill off approximately 6 hours times until we move closer for our departure “Sherlock Holmes” has been asking odd question to the men to test their Head-Master up bringing.<br />Age of the Earth: 4.6 billion years<br />Age of the Ocean: Almost 4.6 billion<br />Oldest rocks on land: 4 billion<br />First life in the Ocean: Cyanobacteria, 3.45 billion years ago<br />First life on land: Mosses and ferns, about 450 million years ago…<br /> To be continuing……… <br />By: Louis Charles Hamilton II. (Cmdr Bluefin)….<br />July 4th 1918 04:30 hrs.<br />“Crooked Island” at 4:30 hrs. In the morning on the early day in question is a sex sin filled, care free, haven hole for Pirates, Scoundrels, Slave Tradesmen’s, Whores in their Cathouses, Two Large Saloons, and One Main Gamble Hall, with a Central Bank located right in the middle between the two main gambling halls…<br />“Holmes”, “Lt. Moore”, And myself (“Watson”) took up our soon to be raid duties over at the “Gambling hall” on the gaming tables with a display of “shiny rare gold coins” in a easy attempt to attracted a quite stinky, very extra greedy “one eye” Inn Keepers attentions…<br />“Cmdr. Bluefin” and several of his men just simply ready in their milling about position at the Cathouse saloon directly across the dirt street putting up a “honest display of enjoyments” in their naughty flesh festivals of their own with the girls and liquor…<br />“Sherlock Holmes” easy struck up a bit of luck in what I would swear was “devil hands” on the tables and ready to retire early with a 3 shiny gold coins being tip to the dealer himself alone, <br />Which upon his departure all gaming house warmth were fully extended to “Holmes” and his travel companions in lodging and any other pleasures in “any special needs of assistances” and “desires”,<br /> To the point “directly “Holmes” inquiry was gestures into the safety of gold loot with lots of humors undertone of “Ill gotten” raids for gains”, plus the extra needed in a safe so secure for bedding and free from thieves like “Holmes” himself…<br />My Pirate part along with “Lt. Moore” acting part of the easy rough rouge looks consistence of me playing this simple minded goof spilling out lot’s of grunts, gurgles of laughs at any remarks “Holmes” conjure upon to,<br />No matter how mundane and pointless “Sherlock Holmes” broken pattern of speech in this dribble was producing…<br />At this bonding Pirate point we were introduce to the “Banking Management” with assurance of secure lodging for our combine loot… to which “Holmes order that my self go and fetch the other dirty men to hurry in making an early deposit and meet “Lt. Moore” and “Holmes” at the Bank Across the Street…<br />I had not been gone no more the five complete minutes to get the rest of the “fake Pirate gang” at which upon our return to the entry of the banking door to find one very large breaded man knock completely about his wits in a serious sleeping fashion with lots of blood pooling about from his head unto the floor…<br />“Lt. Moore” having now his pistol drawn upon two other sentries whom they were now at this time frame being search, gag, and secured by “XO Cmdr. Bluefin and one deck men…<br />And to my shocking amazement “Pirate Holmes” now having the “Bank Manger” back of his head press extremely tightly into the large safe steel front door near the tumblers with what appear to be a “cut off version” of a “double barrel shot gun” protruding from the poor mans mouth …with the “Manger eyes” screaming wide open in fear, and his knees just a rattling about…<br />“Holmes” shouting in his ear lightly “Dear Man” just breathes in and Breath out slowly before the fear shall all soon depart.<br />When the timing for me to dictate the next movement of events to print I was compounded to consider that in a comical way the “Safe cracking abilities” which Holmes Had posses and fully express in the retrieval of the large “Crooked Island” loot from the Island only bank left me in a experience of combine Dish-evil delights to share with my readers which went as follows:<br />At precise eight minutes upon our hostile acts in securing the Banking system, “Holmes continues with the “Manger in a manner so frightening in that it ran along the way into the inquiry of the History of the actual safe at present …<br />Holmes recited a short story into accounts with the gun barrel trigger cocked back and ready to shoot that in 1859 Charles Diebold, a German immigrant lock repairman, and Fred Bahmann started the "Diebold, Bahmann & Co." manufacturing safes. <br /> However “Watson”, Diebold and Bahman split up and Bahmann formed a new partnership with another immigrant, an Austrian newspaper editor this time, named Gustav Mosler.  Mosler had immigrated to the US in 1849.  He engaged in the manufacturing of "cigars" in New York and then Cincinnati until his funds were sufficient to open a lithography business in 1859.  <br />He also became a member of the firm od Diebold, Bahmann & Co, in 1859.  His energies in managerial and financial abilities were valuable assets to Diebold, Bahmann & Co.<br />The new company was the "Mosler, Bahmann & Co."  Gustav Mosler died in 1874.  In 1876 the son's of Gustav Mosler formed the Mosler Safe Company.  Fred Bahmann continuing the Mosler-Bahmann Co.  In 1888 the Mosler Safe Co., sued Mosler, Bahmann & Co., over an apparant pat'd infringement, and in 1892 both companies were still listed at present in 1918 as manufactures in Cincinnati, Oh. <br />In 1890 Mr. Julius Mosler died and the business has since been conducted entirely by Mr. Moses Mosler and Mr. William Mosler, both whom give constant personal attention to the business. When the other shop was built in Cincinnati for the burglar proof work.<br /> For you shall see “Watson” that this particular safe was built in part in the United States and it’s a Centennial main design, and since Mosler safe having achieving its supremacy in the safe and vault business, it never has relinquished that position. <br /> Perhaps the most prominent of its recent achievements “Watson” has been the building of the vaults for the United States gold reserve at Fort Knox, Kentucky. . “At which “Holmes request the manger is this facts being correct... to receiving a protruding Gun barrel nodding yes response…<br />My curiously adventure now came to the now watching “Holmes at the actual safe cracking & opening of the “Huge safe doors”, with this I notice “Holmes quite tired in patience’s and running out of speech of sorts into the Mosler safe history… <br />“Holmes” “just harshly as I ever witness his manners ask the “Banking Manger” with a slight extra rough tug of the gun barrel in the “Mangers mouth..<br /> Will he do the honors or shall his brains be splatter about and wake up the “living dead”…<br />04:55 hrs and twenty five minutes having past in the hostile counter raid with a very final blow being struck and render in the explosive sounds of several rapid surprise gun battles quickly awaken Crooked Islands, with the Grandest of all Explosive display of quick inbound pounding bombardments<br /> I having yet to estimate in gagging a perfect measurement to such sounds of destruction since my open “War Sea Travel”<br />At which “Holmes” made the grimmest of shaky remarks to me into that would be “My Dear Watson” the most regrettable and quite smattered residences of the Pirates Stronger men’s main Head quarters…<br /> I should fear..! <br />The Pirate ship after fully being also secure was moved to “Mayaguana Island” for several British War Ships to conduct an escorts back to England, for all of the remaining prisoners to appear before a trial and proper King hanging,<br />The Slave women were free and a monetary disbursement was promptly made and discussion for their safe return home being also provided, Holmes and XO “Cmdr. Bluefin” retired to the Gambling Hall for several quick hands of “Black Jacks” with a few rounds of strong drinks being apply about at the now empty gambling tables…<br /> To be continuing……… <br />By: Louis Charles Hamilton II. (Cmdr Bluefin)….<br />Sherlock Holmes Case of the: “Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor” Chapter 14”.<br />(Chapter 14)<br />July 7th 1918 06:23 Hrs.<br />The Early Morning hour had arrived with quite a humors alarming sound “all soon due in course”<br />with a imploding directional of several scared crew members in fast disbursement to include but not limited to <br />Sadly as I may report to the “Captains Log” <br />Ridiculous Mad ruckus of scared wits encroachment screaming “all-highest” of mix foul languages of assortments <br />And heading all none the less in my direction on this “Hostage vessel” at the moment for a quite forbidding surmise surprise being “Holmes” the maintaining Culprit...<br />After having all “NATO” Task deformation secured from the “Looting of Crooked Island”<br /> XO “Cmdr. Bluefin” making a easy heading for “Windward Passage” safely also having achieved “non-hostile” enemy advancement throughout our passage beyond the “Yucatan Basin”......well into 72 hrs of peace of mind as I was upon my rack enjoying a non- Important medical reprint.<br />When the “Incident I must now put in my embarrassment state to the reader as thus: <br />The average sustained winds in July can be 22 knots with gust into the 40s.<br />The Gulf of Mexico is a Mediterranean-type sea located at the southeastern corner of North America. The Gulf is bordered by the United States to the north (Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas), five Mexican states to the west (Tamaulipas, Veracruz, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan), and the island of Cuba to the southeast.<br />The Gulf measures approximately 1,600 kilometers from east to west, 900 kilometers from north to south, and has a surface area of 1.5 million square kilometers. The marine shoreline from Cape Sable, Florida to the tip of the Yucatan peninsula extends ~5,700 kilometers, with another 380 kilometers of shore on the northwest tip of Cuba.<br /> If bays and other inland waters are included, the total shoreline increases to over 27,000 kilometers in the U.S. Alone<br />The Gulf of Mexico basin resembles a large pit with a broad shallow rim. Approximately 38% of the Gulf is comprised by shallow and intertidal areas (< 20 m deep). The area of the continental shelf (<180 m) and continental slope (180 - 3,000 m) represent 22% and 20% respectively, and abyssal areas deeper than 3,000 m comprise the final 20% <br />The Sigsbee Deep, located in the southwestern quadrant, is the deepest region of the Gulf of Mexico. Its exact maximum depth is controversial, and reports by different authors state maximum depths ranging from 3,750 m to 4,384 m. Mean (average) water depth of the Gulf is ~1,615 m (Turner, 1999) and the basin contains a volume of 2,434,000 cubic kilometers of water (6.43 * 1017 or 643 quadrillion gallons).<br />The Gulf of Mexico basin is a relatively simple, roughly circular structural basin approximately 1,500 km in diameter, filled in its deeper part with 10 to 15 km of sedimentary rocks that range in age from Late Triassic to Holocene (approximately 230 m.y. to present). <br />Little is known about the geologic history of the Gulf of Mexico Basin before Late Triassic time.<br /> Since Pre-Triassic rocks are known from only a few widely separated outcrop areas and wells, much of the geologic history of the basin during Paleozoic time needs to be inferred from the study of neighboring areas. <br /> Most evidence seems to indicate that Paleozoic rocks do not underlie most of the Gulf of Mexico basin and that the area was, at the end of Paleozoic time, part of the large supercontinent of Pangea,<br /> The result of the collision of several continental plates. The present Gulf of Mexico basin, in any case, is believed to have had its origin in Late Triassic time as the result of rifting within the North American Plate at the time it began to crack and drift away from the African and South American plates. <br />Rifting probably continued through Early and Middle Jurassic time with the formation of "stretched" or "transitional" continental crust throughout the central part of the basin. Intermittent advance of the sea into the continental area from the west during late Middle Jurassic time resulted in the formation of the extensive salt deposits known today in the Gulf of Mexico basin.<br /> It appears that the main drifting episode, during which the Yucatan block moved southward and separated from the North American Plate and true oceanic crust formed in the central part of the basin, took place during the early Late Jurassic, after the formation of the salt deposits.<br />Since Late Jurassic time, the basin has been a stable geologic province characterized by the persistent subsidence of its central part, probably due at first to thermal cooling and later to sediment loading as the basin filled with thick prograding clastic wedges along its northwestern and northern margins, particularly during the Cenozoic. <br />To the east, the stable Florida platform was not covered by the sea until the latest Jurassic or the beginning of Cretaceous time. The Yucatan platform was emergent until the mid-Cretaceous. After both platforms were submerged, the formation of carbonates and evaporites has characterized the geologic history of these two stable areas. <br />Most of the basin was rimmed during the Early Cretaceous by carbonate platforms, and its western flank was involved during the latest Cretaceous and early Tertiary in a compressive deformation episode, the Laramide Orogeny, which created the Sierra Madre Oriental of eastern Mexico.<br />The Gulf of Mexico basin is a relatively simple, roughly circular structural basin approximately 1,500 km in diameter, filled in its deeper part with 10 to 15 km of sedimentary rocks that range in age from Late Triassic to Holocene (approximately 230 m.y. to present). Little is known about the geologic history of the Gulf of Mexico Basin before Late Triassic time.<br />Since Late Jurassic time, the basin has been a stable geologic province characterized by the persistent subsidence of its central part, probably due at first to thermal cooling and later to sediment loading as the basin filled with thick prograding clastic wedges along its northwestern and northern margins, particularly during the Cenozoic.<br /> To the east, the stable Florida platform was not covered by the sea until the latest Jurassic or the beginning of Cretaceous time.<br /> The Yucatan platform was emergent until the mid-Cretaceous. After both platforms were submerged, the formation of carbonates and evaporites has characterized the geologic history of these two stable areas.<br /> Most of the basin was rimmed during the Early Cretaceous by carbonate platforms, and its western flank was involved during the latest Cretaceous and early Tertiary in a compressive deformation episode, the Laramide Orogeny, which created the Sierra Madre Oriental of eastern Mexico.<br /> Although it might be considered a minimalistic version of a sailboat <br />Nevertheless, “Holmes” was actually windsurfing in some comfortable contraptions of sorts in a sport which, once mastered, can be enjoyed, even at an advanced level, well into even “Holmes” retirement as to my amazement “Holmes” performing jumps, inverted loops, spinning maneuvers, and other "freestyle" moves that cannot be matched by any youngster within range of “Holmes age.<br />And to make matter worst this attachment rig sailing and Hydroplaning in heavy winds (up to 50 knots) directly hook up to our “War Submarines” in the Gulf of Mexico” for what appearance at the prearranges moment for “Sherlock Holmes” enjoyments during the mist of a “War”., <br />It was not until the advent of tow in-surfing that waves of the size accessible to “Holmes” was better now than on a more traditional surfboards <br />and was most comprise with the speed of the submarine and the fasting of the “Kite” attachment lifting “Holmes” off into the air up to 40 ft.<br /> Pushing the limits both physically and creatively with moves that look as impossible as “Holmes” silly thinking them up in the first place.<br />When the “XO Commander Bluefin” request with looks of dismay that I deal with my Travel Companion in order that we may proceeding to get submerge and well under way.<br />After I under took a few more views of exceptional movements of “Holmes Craftsmanship” and not to be a spoil, rude, inconveniently inconsiderate messenger in the delivery to “Holmes” the “bad news”.<br />I just simply reach over onto the adjustment bulk head and retrieve a “flare gun” with a single directional first shot into “Holmes Make shift Kite, and put the crashing enjoyments to a comfortable and comical ending,<br />As I made my way back to my rack to finish the mundane medical journal I was interrupted in reading and left the crew to fish the sailing culprit to warmth and a bowl of chicken noodle soup.<br />To Be Continues by: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 15)<br />July 9th 1918 21:15 Hrs.<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin “While having “OOD” duty on the bridge. Made announcements for “Sherlock Holmes:” and myself were present in requirement at the present moment to make way to the bridge.<br />“Commander Bluefin” Detailing a briefing encrypted (NATO) report, first a “phantom apparition” of sorts in appearance of possible being a (American) “Submarine” on a direct compliance heading for the “English Coast Line” on a Direct Heading for the “English Channel” while engaging in the manner in sunken of 3 German U-Boat, and 2 “German Attack” Submarines…<br />NATO is monitoring the uncertain current developments and keeping an up-date briefing posted.<br />“After XO Cmdr. Bluefin Made this first announcement, he quickly gathers about the compartment the easements’ of “amuse smiles to entertain an engaging grin of his own.<br />Second there is of a “German Attack Sub” having already in several days in advancement made sneaky way of the “Agamemnon” ocean sea vessel, thinking my present guest are aboard.<br />While having in placement of a “keen deepwater” plotting maneuver for underlayment in the blind quick “Ambush-Attack” in attempts to sink the “Agamemnon” <br />Very well devise planning in design, and with the custom “motif surprise” signature of “Professor James Majority”, hopeful “Bonus gains in the final dismay of “Sherlock Holmes” and “Sadly me” in this dastardly of callous causality of “War” efforts.<br />“I must report the Submarine ships logs as follows”:<br />The Gulf of Mexico’s deepest point 5,203 m (17,000 ft.) on the direct passage heading for the “Agamemnon” and regardless of the large “NATO” convoy escort for the Texas-Louisiana shelf, to Galveston peninsula,<br />Simply leaves quite large speculative hopes of uncertain and very indecisive room for “Destructive err”.<br />Holmes” being himself in “ambiguous rudeness” a definite appearances, just simply smocking about the “Bridge” and quite unsettled in his normal nature after hearing the grim(s) XO reporting, <br />Thus leaving me in bewilderment to believe “Holmes” was under some sort of “Devilish of an attacking fever” after his fatal quick brisk “Ocean swim…<br />“Conjecture”, “assumption”, and “speculation” deduce a simple surmise “Doctor Watson” conclude simply (we) “piggy back” the “Agamemnon” right down through the wire, into the fire, and wait on a “vicious flea”…<br />“Sherlock Holmes” Having now quickly made such a straight forward all or nothing outlandish broadcast on the bridge while dealing a more magnificent splendor of confusion to the special ops report,<br /> XO Cmdr. Bluefin having waited more patients enough for a more mathematical resolution having come forth from my companion and by the references of the harsh XO Cmdr. Bluefin “eye brows” direct at my direction<br />I also assume by the glazing glance with the harsh eye brows XO Cmdr. Bluefin praying in hopes for a more military of some sort’s of a clarifications of “Holmes” supposition in the present matter.<br />“Holmes” simply picks up his “coffee cup” drain it of its final “caffeine contents”, holding it up in the “Air’ with a salesmen’s working manner working the crowd, <br />receive a single pencil from the console, and with a quick single hand snap “Holmes” broken the pencil into two portions, then with ease, took the smaller portion, and simulated the “Cup is the “Agamemnon” <br />And the smaller portion of the snap pencil “tuck tightly close under neath the “Cup” “Sherlock Holmes” boldly stated is you XO Cmdr. Bluefin…<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin…Quickly turn to me with the most graves of quick pale looks, approach my ear softly with a whaps whisper of wording, and sadly softly stated:<br /> “Watson” that “Smart Ass” owes His “Royal Majesty Navy” for a new pencil…<br /> And left the “con in control of “Sherlock Holmes” XO Cmdr. Bluefin bolted out a quick formal loud announcement “Captain Holmes” has the bridge… <br />I will be in my personal Quarters; <br />I have a quite unique, very fast approaching, “Piggy back” acquired “Head Ack”. <br />To Be Continues by: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br /> <br />;;;;;;agbj <br /> Chapter (16)<br />July 11th 1918 03:00 Hrs.<br />I have found myself loss in self-destruction confrontation with nearly all of the crew members, “very grim” sudden disposition(s) which I must log into the XO Cmdr. Bluefin “Vessel” being that as the new acting “Ships Doctor (Watson)<br /> I am compelled to keep such disclosure on a fiduciary quite under seal nature…”However<br /> I was lost and unaware of the actual impending dangers “Sherlock Holmes” relax nature was inevitable doomed to go for a “piggy back ride”…that upon confession of “Lt Moore” lasting will of estate and affairs, I was compel to inquire into the matter much closer…<br /> “Lt Moore” being a “world Naval traveler” at last simply said: “the sky above is blue” “Watson” the “Agamemnon” passenger will be safe …anticipated for if a torpedo shall pass, the Hull of our ship shall guaranteed the “Agamemnon” safe passage, which is proposed by (Captain Holmes)…”Watson”.<br /> Where the practical experience of being a Professional Doctor; my temper quickly interjected into<br /> “He bloody preordained my destined dam doom” <br />Was my lasting interpretation with “Lt Moore”….As I made my way to find “Captain Holmes” for serious further clarification into “Holmes” Mad worn out observation definitely in my wildest dreams of “Sudden Death” in this mad world…?<br /> “Sherlock Holmes’ imperturbable unruffled nature required my serene casement as I enter into the “forward torpedo room, finding Holmes” exceptionally very verdict in a fast sentence conclusion:<br /> “Watson” composed you at ease; “lend me a hand” with this “blasted torpedo” squander your rubbish feeling toward “Mortality transience” into another subjected to come across”. <br />For I cannot change what is erroneous wrong and make it rights, But “Watson” all I ask of you at this fast moment is your aid in “wicked, inappropriate and not right retrofitting of this “Torpedo”.<br />Temperament of our “enemy character” “Watson” is their future outlook upon a surprise defeat “Triggered by the placement of a single Torpedo from the deep depths of the “Gulf of Mexico”…<br /> I having taking into accounts a quite compromise position under the belly of the “Doom Victim” to lie in wait for an announcement to detect the exact location of the “German Submarine” “Watson”…upon such notification, our perceive retort is to rejoin the “German Submarine” reply with the burdensome harsh and quite extra heavy “Torpedo”. <br />And then insignificant as I may sound “Watson” you’re your assistance I lightly may retire with the XO Cmdr. Bluefin for a sporting game of Chess. <br /> <br />To Be Continues by: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br /> (Chapter 17)<br />July 11th 1918 18:32 Hrs.<br /> One of the great advantages provided by submarines in that allowing but knows only to underneath the oceans “biological species” of every kind of organisms….<br /> In their natural habitats, color, shape, and behavior, hither to the huge creature self contained underwater breathing apparatus that awaits us when we are finally able to contact them with our own (ears)…<br />“Simply indiscriminate collecting a Trophy (Us.)….<br />The “Captain Bridge” is loaded to full capacity… “(GQ) has been set” on our easement ride to the “Agamemnon”…<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin Has the “Con”…To my (Doom) amazement in “jesting accommodations” with (Sherlock Holmes) “unsympathetic humor of sorts”…Well beyond any of our present “Crew members” consideration and comprehension”….<br />“Lt. Moore”, has the “accepting position” over seeing “Sonar”…….<br />“Radio Control” encrypted message having provide final route, speed and docking information to the “Agamemnon” and “NATO” entire escorting “fleet”….<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin “Orders”…“Dive Master”” take the “Submarine” to depth of “Steady” 3200 ft. with direct heading 060 to Port”….<br />“All torpedo rooms” Load and flood all torpedoes tubes… with the “extreme exception” of forward (2) Starboard tubes” with “Captain Holmes” marking “Sea Casket”….<br /> XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Orders”… “Watson” standby at the “torpedo console”…. “Fire upon my... “Marks and complete “Commands”….<br />“Dive Master”: increase rise “depth of steady 3000 ft…<br /> “Engine room” reduces all engine turbines speed... 2/3 “power”…..<br />All Hands Hear this: .This is XO Cmdr. “Bluefin…. the smoking lamp is fully lit… All Hands brace for “Impact”….<br /> “Sonar”:”Standby for Definite in bound “signature (Fish) report”….<br />Sonar: “XO Cmdr. Bluefin”…I have the (“Agamemnon”) bearing 065 degrees SE, “Ahead” range 8,000 yards speed 16 knots and we are closing in “fast”;……<br />Sonar: “XO Cmdr. Bluefin”… I have (2) Indentified bogy twin screws topside first bearing 085 degrees SE. “Ahead” range 14,600 yards, speed 22 knots “NATO” Lead escort” Destroyers “Sir”…… <br />Second…….bearing 045 degrees SE. “Ahead” range 13,500 yards speed holding at a steady 20 knots “Sir”…<br />Sonar: “XO Cmdr. Bluefin”… I have (2) Indentified L-Class “NATO” Submarines in the water first bearing……080 degrees SE. “Ahead” in pattern “Sir with the first “Twin Screw”……..<br />Sonar: “XO Cmdr. Bluefin”… …Second L-Class “NATO” Submarine bearing 040 degrees SE “Ahead” in pattern “Sir” with the second “Twin Screw”…… <br />“XO Cmdr. Bluefin “Orders”: “Dive Master”: increase “rise depth” of a steady 2600 ft…<br /> “Engine room” reduces all engine turbines speed…..To 1/3 “power”…..<br />Sonar: “XO Cmdr. Bluefin”… the (“Agamemnon”) bearing still steady “Sir”…065 degrees SE, “Ahead” range “Now” …..4000 yards… speed steady at “16 knots” and we are closing in “steady” “Sir”;<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Holmes” my guess is that the “German Submarine” will increase their “sonar instruments” within our10, 000 yards passage of “Farnella Canyon”….<br />“Sherlock Holmes”: “Cmdr. Bluefin” my comprehension “Walker Ridge” with a precise timing on my “Mark” shall we say $10,000…. (American Dollars)….XO Cmdr. Bluefin……..<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Mr. Holmes” “Your never-endingly arranged on scheduled taking place upon your exact “Mark”… the to be a wager….?<br />“Sherlock Holmes”: Meticulous, clear-cut and scrupulous to my exact wording with “Watson” standing as our “innocent witness”……and shall we increase to say…… $20,000…. (American Dollars)….XO Cmdr. Bluefin……<br />Sonar: “XO Cmdr. Bluefin”… the (“Agamemnon”) bearing still steady “Sir”…065 degrees SE, “Ahead” range “Now” …..800 yards… speed steady at “16 knots” and we are now upon her top-side wake …..“Sir”;…..<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Mr. Holmes”:…..inflexible as it may seems your bet is on….we have clear 5,203m (17,050 ft) careful zone now, “Walker Ridge” next I assume you (Holmes) to having a fix on our target before we close in end……<br />Sonar: “XO Cmdr. Bluefin”… the (“Agamemnon”) is “directly above” “Sir”…065 degrees SE, speeds steady at “16 knots” “Sir”;………<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin:” Helms men” holding steady on 065 degrees SE……”all engine speed” matching at 16 knots……<br /> “Dive Master” Bring us slowly up to XO Cmdr. Bluefin: 2000 ft…….”holding steady”……<br />Sonar: “XO Cmdr. Bluefin”…….”Live” disturbance in the “water”……movement……weak….bearing…….059 degrees “dead ahead”……….<br />Sonar: “XO Cmdr. Bluefin”……..movement seem fastidious in particular in changing course “Sir for a new bearing of 062 degrees SE….unable to detect a engine signature “Sir”……<br />“Sherlock Holmes”:” XO Cmdr. Bluefin” lock in on fixed target…. that’s the “German Submarine….inflexible is the “engine signature”...vague it may be ...but accurate…… <br /> <br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: “Dive Master” stands by to “Dive” on “Captain Sherlock Holmes” “Mark”……..<br /> <br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin: Increase all engine speed by 1/16 power………<br /> (Chapter 18)<br />July 11th 1918 21:10 Hrs.<br />On my first “Patriotic acts to the awaited (America) I was puzzle out into making my reasoning to “remark “Sherlock Holmes” “Mass extension into three “questionable provisions;<br />“Execution with Immature”, Humor with Sophistication” and …. Adversity seeing to faking a “Bloody Disaster”…<br />My seeming “Final Log” into the XO Cmdr. Bluefin Ships Log after safely having past approximately two hours in a blizzard debacle of a organize “timing mess”… <br /> “”Fatal Misfortune” was my sincere reaction as my entire life quickly passing before my eyes from youth, Schooling, to my Studies in Medicine to off aboard “Military Duty Placement”….<br />“XO Cmdr. Bluefin” having turn over the “Con” to “Captain Holmes” for the drafting alterations as “Quarterback” to the success of being on the “Mark”….<br /> Hydratation had intense in my “throat” with my palms feeling “particularly sweaty” to the point I feel the need to relive my very worried mind by rubbing my “Sport Jacket” lapel ….<br /> I could feel a “whiteout sensation” taking my extreme mental focus on “Holmes”….”Approval objection” of “Fire”….when my “Heart” was giving a “quite daunting supplementary Announcement”…accomplishing in sending bloodcurdling intimidation now to my surly “shaking knees”….. <br /> Sonar: “XO Cmdr. Bluefin”…….”Live Fishes”…in the “water”……I have (Two) Indentified Torpedoes “Dead Ahead” range 4,500 yards speed holding at a “steady fast” 18 knots “Sir”<br />… Second L-Class “NATO” Submarine bearing 040 degrees SE. has moved in for a “Firing sequences’”……..<br />Sonar: “XO Cmdr. Bluefin”…….”……”More Live Fishes”… the “water”……..I have (Three) Indentified Torpedoes “especially trimming” for the (“Agamemnon”)….. 4,200 yards ….<br />“Luxury speed” holding at a “steady fast” 18 knots “Sir”…”Both Battle Destroyers” firing brassy pounding shell’s….. “Lead escort” Destroyers XO Cmdr. Bluefin “Sir”…… rig with “Depth Charges”………<br />Audacious was “Captain Holmes” first “Battle Command”……<br />“Sherlock Holmes”: “Dive Master”: presuming that the (Fishes) are on a 45% modest “bold climb”……”Dive Now”…….<br />“Engine room” Increase all “engine turbines” speed…..To “full power”…..<br />(“Watson”)….”continuous hold steady”……<br />Sonar: “XO Cmdr. Bluefin”…….” second and third fishes fix itself on the” (“Agamemnon”)….. Now at 3,900 yards ….<br /> (“Watson”) fire tubes (“3”) and (“4”)….”Now”……….”Dive Master” increase depth speed…(“Watson”) fire tubes (“1”)…Now………”Helms men”…….comes to right 15 degree rudder………(“Watson” ) fire…..(“2”)…..”Now”………….<br />Sonar: “XO Cmdr. Bluefin”……(Fishes exploding) in the water”…..<br />“Sherlock Holmes”: XO Cmdr. Bluefin “You May have the “Irregular Con” as agitated may find yourself being ruffled into your “finished Duties”… exertion here is completed…..<br /> With this “overpowering acute statement” of (Sherlock Holmes)…..<br />XO Cmdr. Bluefin was stung smart as the seconds unfold….. <br />“Sherlock Holmes rips a Turn with a “Harsh Varnish Glaze” stare upon my person and asks…. “Watson” “what time do you have”……?<br />Upon my basic instinct to reach for my “Gold Time” piece from my “troop patrolled unit detachment”….<br />All I became to find was the “clasp holding and gold chain……<br />“And as I relished I became a victim of “Holmes” “scholiast bandit tricks”…..”Holmes” made the achieves expect invite”…..”Mark”……..<br />Sonar: “XO Cmdr. Bluefin” “Sir”…….(I have a huge unyielding implosion)…….<br />To Be Continues by: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 19)<br />July 11th 1918 22:30 Hrs.<br />A “submarine torpedo tube” is a more complex mechanism than a “torpedo tube” on a surface ship, because the tube has to accomplish the function of moving the torpedo from the normal atmospheric pressure within the submarine into the sea at the ambient pressure of the water around the submarine.<br />“ Thus” a submarine torpedo tube operates on the principle of an airlock……<br />A “torpedo tube” has a considerable number of interlocks for safety reasons. For example, an interlock prevents the breech door and muzzle door from opening at the same time. Also, the breech door cannot be opened when the tube is filled with water.<br />The submarine torpedo launch sequence is, in simplified form:<br />Open the breech door in the torpedo room. Load the torpedo into the tube.<br />Hook up the wire-guide connection and the torpedo power cable.<br />Shut and lock the breech door.<br />Turn on power to the torpedo. A minimum amount of time is required for torpedo warm-up. Fire Control programs are uploaded to the torpedo.<br />Flood the torpedo tube. This may be done manually or automatically, from sea or from tanks, depending on the class of submarine. The tube must be vented during this process to allow for complete filling and eliminate air pockets which could escape to the surface or cause damage when firing.<br />Open the equalizing valve to equalize pressure in the tube with ambient sea pressure. <br />Open the muzzle door. If the tube is set up for Impulse Mode the slide valve will open with the muzzle door. If Swim out Mode is selected, the slide valve remains closed. The slide valve allows water from the Ejection Pump to enter the tube.<br />When the launch command is given and all interlocks are satisfied, the water ram operates, thrusting a large volume of water into the tube at high pressure, which ejects the torpedo from the tube with considerable force. <br />Modern torpedoes have a safety mechanism that prevents activation of the torpedo unless the torpedo senses the required amount of G-force.<br />The power cable is severed at launch however if a guidance wire is used, it remains connected through a drum of wire in the tube. Torpedo propulsion systems vary but electric torpedoes swim out of the tube on their own and are of a smaller diameter. 21" weapons with fuel-burning engines usually start outside of the tube.<br />Once outside the tube the torpedo begins its run toward the target as programmed by the fire control system. Attack functions are programmed but with wire guided weapons, certain functions can be controlled from the ship.<br />For wire-guided torpedoes, the muzzle door must remain open because the guidance wire is still connected to the inside of the breech door to receive commands from the submarine’s fire-control system. A wire cutter on the inside of the breech door is activated to release the wire and its protective cable. These are drawn clear of the ship prior to shutting the muzzle door.<br />The drain cycle is a reverse of the flood cycle. Water is returned to the ships tanks and can be moved as necessary. The tube must be vented to completely drain the tube since it is usually by gravity.<br />Open the breech door and remove the remnants of the torpedo power cable and the guidance wire basket. The tube must be wiped dry to prevent a buildup of slime. <br />This process is called "diving the tube" and tradition dictates that 'ye who shoots, dives'.<br />Shut and lock the breech door.<br />“Sherlock Holmes” “Masterfully vindicates” the workings of a “English submarine torpedo launch” to elucidate his reasoning for the “sneaky theft” of my “Swiss Watch”… with an quick presentation recital <br />Into accounts that in 1601 - The Swiss city of Geneva became the unofficial world capital of horology (watch making) when the first watchmakers guild was established there in 1601. By that time, Swiss watches were famous for their quality, efficiency and accuracy. The industry continued, furthermore in <br />1726 - of the famous collection of watches owned by Willis Walker. Sharon, has been sold, he still retains two choice time-pieces.<br /> One was made in London in 1726 and the other is a Swiss watch, which not only tells time, but also indicates day of week.<br /> “You can easily have time, but cannot easily own Vacheron Constantin”, this is the classical slogan of Vacheron Constantin, one of the Richemont's watch brands in Swiss, and was founded in 1755 in Geneva, having a history of over 250 years<br />1791 - In 1791, by the time he was nineteen, Jean-Francois Bautte had learnt a lot trades, obtained the education which his modest background had denied him, and begun creating his initially watches.<br /> Esquire Swiss watches and luminox classic field watches with precise, accurate, and very specific precision parts that “Watson” I need to modify and attached to the high pressure guidance’s system…<br />Having accurate account to rationalize reasons for the “small warhead” couldn't cause enough damage to consistently put the “German Submarine” target out of action, with my glance study of the “topography” of the ocean, also known as bathymetry <br />With the “Bloody World War I” “Watson”, I have come to experience into accounts that the old most effective way to destroy a ship was to "break her back"—that is, to set off the torpedo's warhead under the centerline of the vessel, breaking the keel….<br />Having taking all of this into accounts “Watson”, with addition commemorative knowledge that the Japanese, always ready to “one-up their potential enemies, developed the 24-inch Type 93 "Long Lance" oxygen torpedo, with a 1,720-pound warhead, that has generally been recognized as probably the most effective anti-shipping torpedo ever fielded.<br /> This was a destroyer torpedo, but Japanese submarines were equipped with the 21-inch Type 95 oxygen torpedo, with an 893-pound warhead (increased to 1,213 pounds in the Model 2 version.<br /> Rather than attempting to work out a way to insure detonation under the keel, <br />The Japanese simply opted for a warhead large enough to insure a “definite kill”.<br />“Watson”…. I simply manually set the gyro angles from the older setting, straight-running torpedoes, which it had been necessary to aim the submarine at the target—or, really, at where the target would be by the time the torpedo reached it.<br /> And by my “manually setting” the “gyro angle”, the torpedo would turn onto the “proper track” after it was fired….. <br />Instead of the usual waiting on a “Bloody proper shooting sequence” of the old “direct aim” of the submarine.<br />“Watson” by my placement of a larger warhead, and incorporation of a magnetic proximity exploder… I further thus allow detonation of the “New warhead” beneath the “German Attack Submarine target”, instead of against its “silly fixed side”…..<br /> Obvious of course rely on (NATO) selection precise in the Swiss famous for their quality, efficiency and accuracy in especially “Swiss Timing”……….<br />“Watson” but what my deepest concern at present while engaging under all of this Seafaring Nautical Affairs…. Me having taking into tally with very rigid accounts with my “in next to no time” Contact with “Lady Ann”…… <br />The “Precise” location at 29°31'18" North, 98°30'60" West (29.521762, -98.516601) on July 14th 1918 3: pm. Being very scrupulous precise….And <br />By the protecting inflexible seal order of Prime Minister “David Lloyd George” and “King George V.” endorsement no less “Doctor Watson”….<br />…”Into the “Dealing Affairs of “Prince Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D”….and His ”Hooligan Voodoo” occult abroad….. Within his homeland of “Lagos Nigeria” Africa, thug profiteering abductions of “Slaves”….and his apparent obvious Rogue Ruffian display we shall sound out soon in (America)…. <br />To Be Continues by: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 20)<br />July 11th 1918 22:55 Hrs.<br />My continuation rigid “observations and annotations” have now been produced into a new “Captains Log” in my now “amusing passage” excursion to the America….”<br />‘Suddenly our mode of “Atlantic ocean crossing”…. Has taking an “abrupt change” into some very cold “salty wet” departure to my now laughable “dictation regarding my “funny set of circumstances”…. <br />“Sherlock Holmes” and I (Watson)….there after being place “under arrest” of some sorts by several “very hostile “English Crew-members” “gun-point(s) placement”…..<br /> To a now “very quickly” opening “Submarine hatch”… following a “splendor of a “side-splitting”… “Dog-vicious” all for nothing out fight” between;<br /> The “XO Cmdr. Bluefin” him very self,….at the exact detailing moment (Holmes) finish his complete narration……with “Sherlock Holmes”, being the “prime target” to be included on the attack for “Holmes Throat” by “The Helms men”, “Lt. Moore”, “the Navigation officer”, “the Dive Master”<br /> And me myself (Watson)….., I was still holding very “dear ill” feeling for the “sneaky abduction” of my “Swiss Army Gold Time piece”……from my unconscious wary possession….. <br /> Seems also as the XO Cmdr. Transfix himself involuntary into being place in no doubt “sure demise” at the hands of (Holmes) unquestionable unreliable making of “Naval Warfare”…..on a simple “Mark”…..<br />Yet as Solid as “Holmes” production into the “conclusive final lasting wishes” of the “Enemy Attacking German Submarine” sample as it may be… the “XO Cmdr. Bluefin” irrevocable found ending all misunderstanding, discrepancies, and innuendos upon voilence.. ”<br />Base upon provisional drafts of “Sherlcok Holmes” perice outlandish “Finish Mark” with a debth paying conditional….of $20,000 American……<br />“Tragic”….. I must also report that the “entire “XO Cmdr. Bluefin” (NATO) submarine”…during this course of misunderstanding, discrepancies, and innuendos… our physical were about, direction with cause” and our official “War Time”… heading was left completely un-check, and “Derelict” in being unman for approximately 4-8 minutes during this “menacing droll”…<br />At a “LAST CHECK” in final log records of our “command speed” orders holding at all engines ahead full speed by “Captain Holmes”… during this ongoing “feisty cuff” of an “ordeal”….<br /> “Sherlock Holmes” and myself….was quickly and quite rudely abandon” by XO Cmdr. Bluefin…<br />On his “Direct pistol pointing orders” to get that “Cheating Dam English Scoundrel” ….& his “M.D. lackey” off his “Dam Submarine” at this very instant ……<br />In which I shall also state ‘devils’ the “XO Cmdr. Bluefin” having the nastiness to place an extra “$20,000” weight in “retrieved pirate gold pieces” each in our “pants pocket” for “added weight” when we were place on “top side” of a “Quickly departing submerging Submarine” beneath our swimming feet’s…….<br />To be finally “fished out the “Gulf of Mexico” by the (American) “NATO” cruiser “USS-ARIZONA BB-39” with its (915) member crew being hilarious amusement at our expense….as I now dry myself cursing at a sailing smooth 21 knots, <br />With the United States American USS Pennsylvania BB-38, flagship, of the Atlantic Fleet, providing “lead escort” unto the intercostals water ways channel…. with a final “directly heading” to docking, at “Galveston Island”, Texas……<br />(Chapter 21)<br />July 12th 1918 12:45 Hrs.<br />“Watson”……at this very spot we stand was The Beach Hotel which was a seasonal resort in Galveston, Texas.<br /> “It was built in 1882 by architect Nicholas J. Clayton, at a price of US$260,000 to cater to vacationers. <br />Owned by William H. Sinclair, the hotel opened on July 4, 1883 and was destroyed by a mysterious fire in 1898…..<br />A vision of “Victorian elegance” rising from the <br />Texas sand and surf, now…”Watson”…. our “New Home base of “American Lodging” I present to you the “Hotel Galvez” or as was known as the "Queen of the Gulf" on the day she opened in 1911…….<br />Their After Named after “Bernardo de Galvez”, who first chartered the coast of the Texas Gulf,<br />The front lawn of the old beach hotel "provided a site for summer entertainment-fireworks, high-wire walkers, and bands…….<br />each of the “Hotel Galvez” 224 guest rooms offers ocean or island views and is accented with verdant greens, sepia and rich golds draperies, wall coverings, crown molding, carpet and a cherry-wood armoire. <br />The seventh and eighth floors showcase seven new “grand suites” with sitting rooms and marble baths we have aquired Ocean view on the Eight Floor.<br />To Be Continues by: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 22)<br />July 13th 1918 7:45 pm (Central American Time)<br />I have been taking advantage of the “fine seaside dining establishments with nice fresh seafood and a brief sightseeing tour during a “trolley ride” “throughout” the Galveston Island Texas “Strand District”……<br />“Sherlock Holmes”, been absent long before our last night supper… upon our arrival in “America”… “and thanks it has been somewhat a very refreshing escape’…..<br />Upon my arrival to our “New adjoining establishments” with a few “shopping trinkets” during my “escapade collection” for my future amusement at home…<br />I found “Sherlock Holmes” taking up his narration tone prompt from within the separate fine washing facility” in his quarters ….with such “blabbing into”, that I having a Gift upon the dining table….<br />“Watson”… seems that the “Hotel Galvez” Head House Private Dick has taking upon himself <br />“To also become in a state of “Police Arrest”….and from the particulars of looting his guest for over 3 ½ months “Watson”… The “Max Cooler” was well in over doing his company….<br />We have “increase admiration” in our “positive reception”…and for such “quick comprehension” and “sound judgment”…. “Watson”…..”The Hotel Galvez” has adjourned us “exceptional in house fine dining”, <br />With all included complimentary lodging throughout our durations as indebtedness appreciation …“Watson”…….<br /> During this “liberated gratis”… of …“free charge” news ……”Sherlock Holmes”….most ‘appealing conversation’ came vague to my “fast absentminded remembrance”…..<br />I lasting found myself “regaling my concisions”…. “Safely having being propped up on the “sofa on the balcony for fresh “Air”” which “Holmes quit shock lying disappeared <br />Leaving me slow engaging….” Into my reflection…. I must have “flipping passed completely out”…. “On the floor”…..there after “Holmes” let slip his expose new smokescreen disguised….<br />Nothing more soothing than a very strong drinks now at my trembling hands shaky ” <br />While me attempting to up lifting my desperate concerns and composure <br />Into all of the vast very accounts of my “certain definite” masquerade of every “veil concoctions possible”…. “Sherlock Holmes” ……having the brass balls” and stable solid nerves to every covered up, disguise and “cloaking and support in a well camouflage costume……<br /> And as the list I been “wobbly” quivering over for examination from my confirm credentials of “Sherlock Holmes” sound as an Accountant, Out-Of-Work: <br />Ambassador, Spanish: Andorian, Blue-skinned Arab, Old: <br />Archaeologist, Old: Art Expert, French: Artisan: Artist, Elderly: Astrologer: Bahrashri Pilgrim: Bahrashri Tribesman: Bandleader, German: <br />Banker: Bargee, Unemployed: Bearded Man<br />Beggar: Beggar, Blind: Beggar, Decrepit: Beggar, Legless Veteran: Beggar, One-armed: <br />Beggar with a Brooklyn Accent:, Beggar with a Twisted Lip: <br />Belgian Gen Broker: Bhotia Trader: <br />Billycock hat, mutton-chop whiskers and a big, thick moustache: <br />Blind Irish Fiddler:, Blind Man: <br />Bookseller, Itinerant: Bookseller, Old Buddhist Ascetic: <br />Bureaucrat, Tired: <br />Busker: Cab Driver::Cabman, Bewhiskered: <br />Cabman, Elderly: Captain, Ship's: <br />Carol Singer:, Carpenter: Chimney Sweep: <br />Chinaman: Chinaman, Old: Chinese Scoundrel: <br />Church Deacon: Clergyman: Clergyman, Nonconformist:<br /> Clergyman, Simple-Minded: Cleric, Elderly: <br />Clerk: Clown: Coachman: Coalman:<br />Coalminer: Colourman, Itinerant : Comic-Paper Gambler: <br />Commissionaire: Common Loafer: <br />Constable: Convict: Costermonger, :Countryman, Bluff: <br />Curate, Unemployed: Cypriot Olive Oil Merchant: <br />Daily Mail Correspondent: Charles Darwin: "<br />Dean,. Rural: Deliveryman: Derelict: <br />Dock Worker: Dosser, Old: Doxy Drainpipe Driver: <br />Drunk: East End Rough: Elderly Man: Elderly Woman<br />Escapologist: Farmer: <br />Fiacre Driver: Father Finley: Fisherman, Drunken: Flatland Woman<br />Flower-Seller:" Footman: Footman, Out-of-Work: Frog Footman, Fu Manchu, Furniture Remover: Gardener: Gas Company Supervisor: Gas Inspector's Assistant: Gendarme, Tall Moustachioed: Ghost of Oscar Leyland: Golden Dawn Initiate: " Groom, Disreputable Young: Groom, Drunken: Groom, Out-Of-Work: Guinea Sack: Gypsy: Gypsy Woman: Hansom Driver: Harden, Colonel John Vincent: Hasidic Jew, Hebrew Scholar: Highlander: <br />Horse Dealer: Hobo: Hospital Porter: Hostler: Humphries, MarkImam: Indian, Deaf & Dumb: <br />Insurance Broker: Italian, Aged: Italian Tout: Journalist: Kashmiri Brahman Labourer : Labourer, Dockland: Labourer, Irish: Ladakhi: Lama, Tibetan: <br />Lascar: Laundryman's Slow Son: <br />Lean and hungry looking bloke: Loafer: " <br />LoungerMagician, Indian: Magma Tender:<br />Major of Rifles: Man of Commerce: Master Mariner, Old Asthmatic: Match Worker: Matchseller, Old:, Matchwoman, Old: Medium: Merchant: Merchant Seaman: Military Officer, German: Moran, Colonel: Mountain Climber, French: Municipal Surveyor: Musician, American: Mycroft Holmes: Naval Officer: Naval Officer, Disengaged: <br />Navy, Out-of-work: Newsboy, Elderly: Nun: Old Crone: Old Man: Old Salt: Old Tom: Old Woman: Old, Wrinkled Brown-Faced Fellow: Opium Addict Ouvrier, French Painter & Decorator: Parson, Nonconformist: Parson, Poor: Pavement Artist: <br />Peasant: Peasant Violinist, Norwegian: <br />Peddler: Peddler, Irish: Persian Silk Merchant: <br />Peter the Painter: Petty Thief: Phillips, David Graham: Pirate: Plumber: Police Inspector: <br />Policeman: Postman: <br />Prelate, Elderly: Priest: Priest, Italian: Priest, Old: Priest, Reformed Anglican: Prison Guard: <br />Professor of Philosophy :, Prostitute: Prussian Officer: Rabbi, Aged: Ragamuffin: "<br />Rat catcher: <br />Religious Fanatic: Roustabout: Ruffian: Sailor: Sailor, French: Sailor, Old: Sailor, One-Eyed: Salesman, Young: Salvation Army Officer: Scholar, Elderly:, Scene-Shifter: Sea Captain: <br />Sea Captain, Asthmatic: Sea Dog, Old…Seaman..Secretary, Young: Servant, Italian: Sewer Scavenger: Shepherd: Singer Midget: Space Veteran, Grizzled Old: <br />Spanish Peasant: Sporting Man, Old: Stable Boy: Royston Steel: Street Loafer: " Street Musician:,..Street Musician, Elderly, Bespectacled: Street Pedlar: Street Ruffian: <br />Street Sweeper: Sunburned Old Colonial Gentleman: Tatterdemalion: Tibetan Monk: Ticket Seller:, Tramp: Transport Driver: Trinket Salesman: Turk: Vagabond: ,Vagrant: Vicious Criminal: Violinist: Wagoner, Itinerant: Waiter: War Veteran: Washerwoman: Watson, Mrs.: Welsh Villager: Woman:,,” ,Working Man:…Workman: Workman, French: Workman, Irish: Workman, Moustachioed: and "the butler - Yeats": … <br />But nothing has my “true confession” than the more our “American progression” of “Sherlock Holmes”… “Speedily Pilferage contempt imagination” is questionable…. God…has just “Witness surly himself “…..”Sherlock Holmes”… to having direct ….“Satan Hands”… to accomplish such direct sound features to now become an “African NEGRO capture Slave”…….<br />And Leaving me most certainly an “expeditions maroon”….. Galveston Islander”… “Habitual M.D. Drunker”…….<br />To Be Continues by: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 23)<br />July 14th 1918 6:45 am (Central American Time)<br />The “American Gulf Breezy Coast Morning” arrived without any “unique mental disturbance” which would require that I hastily with out delay momentarily medicate myself for “Sherlock Holmes” newest foundation in engagement affairs as an “Escape Negro Slave”.<br /> And to be quite “flabbergasted in amazement” to even render me sentence in a chilling scary state of speechless”, <br />I was disproportionate in thought to the extreme in curious how “Holmes” be responsible for perpetrated such a “snake oil of smoking mirrors, to hoaxer Negro derivation.<br />“Breakfast was uncommon” to the point my definition would be distinct from the “English Toast” Muffins, Egg’s and spreads I was accustom too, but nothing was unpleasant at all…<br /> Dreamy several of assorted “American biscuits”, “jams”, with some sort of breakfast “light warm fry potatoes” with “spicy cheese sauce”, mixed in even more “spicy sausages eggs” combination, very discrete uncommon from her “Majesty Kitchens”…<br />As I grander through the distinctive thought of the unique American Land poles apart from my “England”, it had came to my “retain information” to “hark back” to “Holmes” statement in regards to a gift…<br />Having taking this reminisce into accounts, I dredge up a hunt to locate a “small box and letter” From the United States American “Vice Admiral” Albert Gleaves, Commander of Convoy Operations in the Atlantic<br /> which ran as thus: Doctor “ Watson”<br />The Spanish Influenza Epidemic taxed the resources of the naval transport medical departments to the utmost. <br />Although every effort is made to eliminate sick troops at the gangway, it is inevitable that large numbers of incipient cases having taken on board, and naturally the crowded berthing spaces favored contagion. <br />I have Order” Strict regulations” in regard to spraying “noses and throats” twice daily and the continual wearing of gauze coverings over the mouth and nose, except when eating, were rigidly enforced.<br /> The soldiers are kept in the open air as much as possible, while boxing bouts, band concerts and other amusements on deck were conducted to keep up morale.<br /> The result most gratifying and the epidemic hopefully<br /> Soon under control. Admissions to the sick list were on a rapidly decreasing scale and although there were 131 cases of the troops looking forward to ashore cheering and in fighting trim.<br />Accompanying your special duties here with “Sherlock Holmes” in my homeland, please keep in your “Medical Expert Mind” many naval seamen buried from ships early in the war and many more to accompanying death in troopships in the convoy from this “Killer” “Spanish Influenza Epidemic”<br /> With our “NATO” grandest of request of your professional M.D. if you’re having Knowledge from your homeland aboard to aid in helping to find an adviser both directly and indirectly to end this killer institution, it be most dearest welcome.<br />Please find enclose a new “Gold Swiss Army Watch”…. Your last one seems to taken on unwelcome German chastisement, <br />I had a stronger latch attachment supply….in hopes to at best keep you from “Sherlock Holmes” extremely quick “Dick Beaters”…..Respectfully Yours Albert Gleaves, “Vice Admiral” USN.<br /> (Chapter 24)<br />July 14th 1918 1:20 pm (Central American Time)<br />”The Hotel Galvez” opened its doors in June 1911 at a cost of $1 million on the 32 miles long and two and a half miles wide Galveston Island. <br />The Island has seen its share of calamities, from the 1900 and 1915 “Galveston Hurricanes”, the former which killed 8,000 to 12,000 people,<br />To The world’s “oldest profession calamities ”, which prosper on Galveston Island, despite minor interference by the “local authorities.” <br />At current on July 14th 1918, a national law has been passed to ban “prostitution” within “five miles” of all military installations in the American Homeland. <br /> The Galveston Island prostitution district officially closed, although the “boarders” were allowed to remain in residence. And once again, it was business as usual at 2528 Post office Street. <br />I (Watson) was not on the alert that I was having Lunch in the prostitution district, nor was I being aware that I had to physically within my arrival into the United States of America “beat my “Negro Slave”…And add to the calamities on “Galveston Island” Texas,<br />The morning affairs having been quite surprise on the purpose in the “unexpected delivery” of a “New Swiss Army Watch”, assiduous had Albert Gleaves, “Vice Admiral” USN in supplying a “new safety attachment”, paying special close attention to “Sherlock Holmes” devoted light fingers, <br />It was soon upon my traumatized discovery from the 2528 Post office Street “ “establishment bells men”, during the course of a never shall I forget “lunching engagements” with a “Lady of the evening” that I had chance to meet upon the Ocean Board walk being arrival here for lunch.<br /> To be informed that my “disobedient nigger manservant” was being “not well-behaved”; <br />And “absolutely wholly disrespectful” at the “Establishment horse stables” for a “Nigger” even if he from “England”,<br />To this “reverberation clatter” which extremely caught me very off guards… as to my “Nigger” “What”…. is doing ….”What”..!<br />I had quickly “foot race” with the “establishment bells men” to the rear entry of 2528 Post office Street<br />To which later that I discovered to be a “Whore House” to find “Sherlock Holmes” water tight in sturdy rigorous exchanges in wording with the “White” Stable Master in regards to “Holmes “ “Master” & “ His Horse Teams”…. and their special required treatments…<br />Shocking enough as it may be…… I now advance to make eyes upon a colored (Negro) “Holmes” disconcerted with trouble tense wording of “off color speech” of sorts<br /> As to His “master” being upset”…”Which”…upon “Sherlock Holmes” being quickly acquainted with attaching importance to my arrival…<br /> “Holmes”…drop to my knees and affix himself upon me with familiar terms of off wording (Negro) jibbers <br />Thus address me “John Watson M.D.” as his “Master”…with the intimidating creepy ominous feeling that… “I was to take apart”…. in the amusement “unpromising ugly game”, <br />Before I could reject hold hardly enough, “Sherlock Holmes” begun” to compromise a situation in which he seem to being expression of grief, to the point “dirge weeping” in fear of me…..<br /> Overwrought with this behavior and being caught “off guarded” by “Sherlock Holmes” ……”Scholiast pranks once again….<br /> I request that he stop this prank” immediately”, which he turn quickly, having once again pilfering with the “grandest of larceny”…having make off with my “New Swiss Army Watch”…. Never the less quickly and without my observe notice ….<br />I had begun to take my walking cane to “Sherlock Holmes” back area lightly beating him enough accompany in angry shout for the retrieval of my “dam watch” as he drop to the ground<br /> “shouting” please do not beat me “Master”…several times loud enough to this “theatric effect”….. I be a good nigger “Master”…..Please don’t beat me…!<br />While laughing softly well out of the sound of the others at the 2528 Post office Street “ smiling approval at the “Whore House”….<br />Causing my “American Mid-Summer day” to be surly fulfilled creepy enough and without notification. <br />To be continuing By: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 25)<br />July 14th 1918 7:10 pm (Central American Time)<br />Having learn quite a deal from the early events with “Sherlock Holmes”, being now a Proffessional (Negro) “Carpetbagger” of sorts looking for economic development to veil from view “Holmes” most certain sophisticated academic culture,<br /> And now my reputation now as a bonafide stiff hand “Slave Owner” after the display “Holmes” conjured at the horse stables.<br />I (Doctor Wastson M.D.) am now the “proud owner” of a (Negro) Freeman Slave, as “Sherlock Holmes” pointed out to go underground, <br />With the purchase of an “entire farming set up” in Richmond Texas, 28 arces of land, cattel, horse team, farming stock, and some “fellow hand slaves” whom actually are “Negro Union Army Soilders”, <br />Screen as (Negro) “slave hands” working the soil while gathering ‘intelligence” on Doctor Benjamin Magnus Lawson M. D. and his<br />Kaiser Wilhelm Secret Society, which having been established through “DNA” transfer preformed by “Doctor Benjamin Magnus Lawson M. D.”into the “unborn slave child” whom belive to quickly develop the organs and systems superior to that of any natural specimen at large .<br /> This “Wilhelm Secret Society” intent on spreading throughout the South as an “”Mulatto insurgent movement” during the Reconstruction era in the United States to advocated the “extremist white supremacy, white nationalism, through terrorism against the current Negro Black Americans Development with Germany “diehards activist” eyeing on the “Southern confederacy” to maintain “Chaos”.<br />After being brief by “Holmes” mischeif during our return ride to our “Galveston Quarters” for a night at as I can only imagine fine “American supper” I (Watson) assume the “elaborate and well extravagant precaution having a desire technique effect for “Sherlock Holmes” precise visualization to mislead & hoodwink” a trap knack dupe by my (Negro) Slave desire.<br />To be continuing By: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 26)<br />July 14th 1918 3:39 am (Central American Time)<br />Experience a state of being in the attendances with the strict authority presences in the “Angel of Death “precisely was “Sherlock Holmes” recruitment to facilitate with daunting charisma in the mid 3:39 am early morning chilling waking hour that I received.”<br />I (John Watson M.D.) having already distinguished once again “Holmes” in the pretense contraband façade as a (Negro) Freeman working under my control on my “Farming Plantation “under a subordinate theatrical mask of sorts when I render myself to my ocean breeze quarters for a well deserved slumber”<br />Then out of my dreamy abrupt waking moments the “Angel of Death “desperation fought valiantly my imagination through the long thin “White pale “boney Skelton fingers shaking me violent with the aim to enlist my notice.<br />As I gather my sleepy composure to find the “Angel of Death “is no other then creepy “Sherlock Holmes” in exchange for a flipside “English Chap” in trade of the early (Negro) Freeman, <br />Quite pushing the limits of my weird telegraphed mind to focus on not completely going under any further terrifying disturbances therapy in “Holmes” sudden appearances <br />Or should I sustain greater losses for my retreating memory functions to keep suffering “heavy causticity labor” in keeping up with these grotesque plantation shenanigans.<br />“Sherlock Holmes” having management to devised a solution he could not escape travel during the dark night hours behind the mask of a fleeing (Negro) Slave, thus shifting the problem to a current cultural progression in the full rehearsal invitation to a “Lynching.”<br />We began our early morning end ward-land travel to the predestinated meeting with “Lady Ann “in the accompany of a Familiar images of the Royal Mail coach, this late 18th century crude wagons supplied by “Wells Fargo” completely commandeering the monopoly over all current long-distance travel within the American homeland.<br />As the going got rougher within an hour passage time upon the trail, in the “Dawn morning hour”, Holmes and me (Watson M.D.) having notice quite a blaze off to the distances underlying tree area, eyewitness us to take upon notice of a large cross burning inferno, with a large group of “white hooded rope” men’s showing immingling about in the intensity of the radiate cross burning combustion<br /> At that precise “comprehensible moment” it was very unmistakable clear to our early weary journey that we having <br />Seem to overtaking upon a Secret vigilante and insurgent group in the process of afflicting several assaults and killings to insure keeping power and to discourage a “Dead hung freedmen” from proper voting.<br />“Vindicate” was all “Sherlock Holmes” announce his express disapproval of as he somber off into a dozy unclear thought too lucid to hide his filmy condemn reprimand.<br />The prospect of getting in the crop business gave me more promising as time went on in our travel to focus away from the malicious despicable standards of the Americans during this day and age.<br />As I examine the farming plantation booking records “Sherlock Holmes” purchase for the land I am having ownership over… the last year progress retain upwards of thirty thousand bushels of rice, forty thousand bushels of corn, eighty thousand bushels of wheat, with the necessary tools, fertilizer, animals, and feed to include with a small army of 75 “Union Army” (Negros) sentence to participating in the farm management position, and harvesting momentarily. <br />During the “American Civil War, as our (Negro) Union Col. “Jonathans Attucks” guide suggestion, that some black soldiers in the “Union army” and some contrabands learned to read in facilities furnished by the army, which also open schools for blacks in occupied areas of the south.<br />Freedpoeple yearned for literacy-some simply to read the bible, some to possess the key to independence, political power, and upward mobility. As the “Civil War had ended, blacks held classes for other blacks in abandoned warehouse, billiards rooms, former slave markets, deserted hotels, and even on the waysides.<br />Children taught parents; labors taught each other. Elected black representatives in the past Reconstruction area legislatures enrolled in law schools as soon as they were permitted. Black churches, Union Leagues, and other groups built schoolhouses.<br /> Despite continues antagonism and repression here in the “Dirty South” in 1918 to continue kill Freeman black’s enthusiasm as you “Doctor Watson” and “Mr. Sherlock Holmes” having just beheld riding as spectators to see the sun burning during the “dark hours”.<br />To be continuing By: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 27)<br />July 14th 1918 10:40 am (Central American Time)<br />“Jonathans Attucks” having continue detailing facts After the Civil War, Houston businessmen initiated efforts to widen the city's extensive system of bayous so the city could accept more commerce between downtown and the nearby port of Galveston. By 1890, Houston was the railroad center of Texas.<br />In 1900, after Galveston was struck by a devastating hurricane, efforts to make Houston into a viable deepwater port were accelerated<br />President Woodrow Wilson opened the deepwater Port of Houston in 1914, seven years after digging began.<br />In 1822, a group of Austin's colonists went up the Brazos River, stopping near present day Richmond where they built a fort called Fort Bend. Named after Richmond, England,<br />Yet you see “Mr. Holmes and Doctor Watson”….Due to the vastly varied cultures which comprise Texas, practically every type of food is available in the Lone Star State.<br /> And, those various types of food are inevitably celebrated with a variety of festivals each year,HYPERLINK ""Terlingua International Chili Championship, Floresville Peanut Festival,<br /> Poteet Strawberry Festival, Houston Hot Sauce Festivall, <br />Czhilispiel,HYPERLINK ""Luling Watermelon Thump, Texas Mushroom Festival, <br />Texas Rice Festival, HYPERLINK ""Conroe Cajun Catfish Festival, Pasadena Strawberry Festival, and the Austin Ice Cream Festival.<br />Then U.S. Congress laid the groundwork for the establishment of Texas A&M in 1862 with the adoption of the Morrill Act.<br />Classes began on October 4, 1876, with 40 students and 6 faculty members. Admission was limited to white males, and all students were required to participate in the Corps of Cadets and receive military training.<br />This fine plantation and sugar refinery you see here “Mr. Holmes and Doctor watson”, is a combination of five plantations, namely: Kyle and Terry, Thatcher, Brebard and Borden twelve thousand five hundred acres, six thousand five hundred of which are in cultivation, cane and corn principally, but also sorghum, alfalfa, and truck gardens. Williams, Brown and Belknap, part of the Allcorn and part of the William Stafford, are the original grants on which this plantation is located. John M. Williams owned the place in 1828, having the league located then.<br /> In 1840 S. M. Swinson brought several schooner loads of cane up the Brazos River to plant on his farm, but concluding not to do so; sold the cane to Williams, which he planted on this place, and made sugar with a. horse mill, shipping it down the Brazos and finding a market for it at Galveston. Kyle and Terry bought the property in 1553, and put up a sugar house. Kyle died in 1862, and Colonel Frank Terry was killed in the civil war in 1861. <br />The property was then divided between the Kyle and Terry heirs, and soon after James Freemtan bought 1,600 acres from the heirs of Colonel Terry. <br />The entire property then remaining was purchased from the heirs by Colonel Cunning ham, who had everything, remodeled and added a great amount of machinery, the expenses, altogether amounting to about one million and a half dollars. Included in this was a sugar refinery and paper mill, the former being the finest in the South.Colonel Cunningham is a native of Arkansas, and came to Bexar County, Texas, in 1856, and went into the stock business on Martinas Creek, and was very successful, but the civil war nearly broke him up. When the clash came between the North and South in 1861, Colonel Cunningham organized and commanded a famous company of western men called "Mustang Greys," who were incorporated with Hood's 4th Texas Brigade. <br />The Colonel passed through all of General Hood's big battles and, was wounded fourteen times, slightly, the most severe one being in the foot, which put him off duty nearly a month. When Hood was made a Major General, Captain Cunningham was appointed Chief of Staff and Inspector General, and commanded the regiment during the campaign of 1862. At the great battle of Gaines' hill 400 of the regiment were engaged, and out of this number 252 were killed and wounded. <br />The regiment penetrated the Federal lines and General Lee said that it was one of the most brilliant charges of the war, and the most important turned McClellan's right flank and saved Richmond. While the men were advancing, and within fifty yards of the enemy, Hood said, "Fix bayonets" that was the word that saved, the day; bayonets were fixed and the line penetrated. Here Thomas, the only brother of Colonel Cunningham, was killed, just before they got to the works. <br />The regiment pushed half a mile inside the Federal lines, and here the Colonel rallied eighty-two men, and they were charged by cavalry with the intention of crushing the remnant of the regiment. The 7th Mississippi and 18th Georgia came to their assistance, and the Federal cavalry was nearly annihilated, no horse passing through a lane there with a rider. The men had bayonets fixed, and as the cavalry passed Pat Penn fired and emptied one saddle, and then lifted another man out of his saddle with his bayonet. Haywood Brahan also fired and shot his man, but being of lighter build than Penn, when he transfixed: another trooper with his bayonet was unable to withdraw it, and had to let go his, gun, and it went with the man until he fell to the ground.<br />Besides his plantation of "Sugarland" Colonel Cunningham 700 acres leased, of the Cartwright place, seven miles below. The Colonel also built a little over fourteen miles of railroad, called the "Sugarland Road," connecting with the Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe at Dike, and the International at Arcola, running down Oyster Creek through all the main sugar lands. At his plantation the Colonel has a store, postoffice, etc. It is situated in Fort Bend County on the Southern Pacific Railroad, eight miles east of Richmond, and "Sugarland" is one of the stations.<br />Colonel Cunningham married Miss Narcissa Braham, daughter of R. W. Brahan of Mississippi. Their children are Edward Brahan, Eva Lock, Susie Dismukes, Thomas Brahan, and Narcissa, Haywood, all living, two married. Thomas married in San Antonio, Miss Maxwell, now dead. Edward Brahan married Miss McEachin of Richmond, Texas.<br />"Aunt Sarah Chase," an old Negro woman who belonged to Colonel Terry, still lives on the plantation, and has many interesting things to tell about the old times before and during the war. She was brought from Virginia to Galveston when a child, with her mother and other children, by her master, Colonel Martin, who then came in a boat up to Harrisburg in the year about 1847. Colonel Frank Terry had bought the plantation now known as Sugarland from John T. Williams, and was at Harrisburg when Colonel Martin arrived there, and bought this family of Negroes from them, and conveyed them to his farm in an ox wagon. On the way they met Williams and his family moving dawn towards Houston.<br />“Just before Colonel Terry started to the war he head all of the Negroes marched out of the field singing the old cornfield songs. He then had them formed in line and gave them a talk, telling them he was going away, and that they must be good and obey the overseer and driver. Not long after he went to the war he was killed in battle and his body sent back home. Before the train arrived which conveyed the body the negroes were all brought from the field and lined up at the depot, and then informed that Colonel Terry had been killed, and that they were brought there to see the remains come in and attend the funeral. When the train came Aunt Sarah says that men wearing white gloves took the coffin out and they and all the Negroes went out to where a vault had been prepared for the reception of the body, and it was deposited there with ceremonies<br />. I suppose these men with white gloves were Masons. Mrs. Terry was afterwards buried in the same vault. There was great lamenting in the Terry family and among the Negroes also when the body of the famous ranger arrived. The slaves all liked their muster, he treated them well and, gave them plenty to eat. The Terry home was out in the prairie, where the body was carried from the train. <br />The old woman told the writer that she and her family were freed in the back yard behind their cabin, when asked how that was, she said that. Judge Buckner came there where a lot of them were and told them that they were free.<br />To be continuing By: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 28)<br />July 15th 1918 7:20 pm (Central American Time)<br />“Sherlock Holmes” having retrieved from “Lady Ann” quite extremely large assortments of provides authenticate “Medical Screening” request forms for among other things <br />Treatment for an illness that has a significant sexually transmitted infection<br />Like Chlamydia, genital herpes, gonorrhea, and syphilis. From the medical office of B. Samuel Magnus-Lawson, M. D to be examine by Christus St. Joseph Hospital Lab department on the 4th day of October 1916.<br />Upon my (Doctor Watson M.D.) train medical “ear drums’ taking in such a description for Pirate “Rex Okusaga” A/k/a Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus Lawson M.D. Doctoral orders for the orders being provided for himself in a blind to treatment of symptoms vary, but the most common are soreness, unusual lumps or sores, itching, pain when urinating, and/or an unusual green and yellow discharge from the genitals “Which Sherlock Holmes”<br />Noted the Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor as being referred by “Holmes” jockeying “did annoyed was force to admitted under oath of a Deposition of an Esq. name “Carl Parker”…..Former Senator Born and reared in Port Arthur, Texas, Senator Carl A. Parker has been licensed since 1888 and practices Law from both of his Port Arthur and Austin offices.<br />“Sherlock Holmes” noted He is a former State Senator with 32 years legislative experience, he is an active trial lawyer who has won multi-verdicts in an excess of a million dollars, he has handled virtually every type of case from minor cases to capital murder and federal crimes; representation of foreign countries, and business litigation.<br />And is presently accepting civil, criminal, commercial, and domestic law cases.<br />An expert in jury selection, an authority on legislative and trial topics, and is a staunch defender of the right to trial by jury<br />    A courtroom veteran in deed if ever after “Holmes”….uncontroable pleased laughing out of control to the point we stop for a off road side snack and venture into the trove of “Diseases and Sexual Disorders .<br />But what is quite troubling “Doctor Watson” is the precise detect in the presence of the Pirate “Rex Okusaga” A/k/a Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus Lawson M.D. human immunodeficiency virus in his blood, or urine having been scandalous delinquent with immoral unjust disguise shell wrapping.<br />I having taking very serious study in to this condition in humans in which progressive failure of the immune system allows life-threatening opportunistic infections and cancers to thrive.<br />Infection with HIV occurs by the transfer of blood, semen, vaginal fluid, pre-ejaculate, or breast milk. Within these bodily fluids, HIV is present as both free virus particles and virus within infected immune cells. <br /> But “Watson” The four major routes of transmission are unsafe sex, contaminated needles, breast milk, and transmission from an infected mother to her baby at birth (HYPERLINK "" o "Perinatal transmission"perinatal transmission).<br />You see “Doctor Watson” individuals mostly die from opportunistic infections or malignancies associated with the progressive failure of the immune system<br />The serious infections are acquired through unprotected sexual relations. Sexual transmission can occur when infected sexual secretions of one partner come into contact with the genital, oral, or rectal mucous membranes of another.<br />To be continuing By: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 28)<br />July 15th 1918 10:05 pm (Central American Time)<br />Through out “Holmes” and myself “Doctor Watson” late night journey back to “Galveston Island Texas” to our main headquarters….<br />“Sherlock Holmes” having derive during our travel that the “Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor” opportunity of occasion in prospect for “Pain Killers, Sedatives, “Female Hormones”, physiatrist medications”, “Male enhancement medications”, “pap smear specimen”, “prescription medications”, “laboratory records”, “”Mutable fictitious birth dates, “mutable social security numbers,” House maid over dose, Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor Elder Son arrest in a “Home born Drug Trade operation, <br />And the “grandee admission” to complete unbendable “under oath” “Doctor Watson” The Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor force purposeful “Nigerian Tribal Cult against “Lady Ann”…….<br /> If you do indeed Doctor Watson” remember the recent case of 21 Nigerian tribesmen who had been let into England by lax immigration controls have been arrested and charged with the ritualistic killing and cannibalistic eating of a young boy,<br /> Who's remains were found in the Thames River.<br />The 21 were involved in a "people trafficking" scam where they helpedillegal African immigrants enter England. In particular, they weresmugglingin children to participate in sex cult activities or so phony parents couldclaim them for welfare benefits.<br />The boys, between the age of 4 and 7, had been forced to eat magic powdersconsisting of “ground bones” before being “killed and eaten”. <br />Animal skulls wrapped in strange substances were found in the area where the murder.<br />Cannibalism, sex crime, and all around cruelty are common place in Africa, where the poorly developed Negro and Bantu peoples, many of whom sufferfrom a deficiency of normal moral sense, constantly perpetrate cruelties againstthemselves and any other living beings who come under their control.<br /> In all of Africa’s constant tribal wars, the eating of members of the opposingtribe, as well as the most horrid acts of mutilation and violence, are commonplace.<br />The evolution of religion cannot be precisely determined “Watson” owing to the lack of clearly distinguishable stages, but anthropological and historical studies of isolated cultures in various periods of development have suggested a typology but not a chronology. One type is found among some Australian aborigines who practice magic in religion and superstition, the practice of manipulating and controlling the course of nature by preternatural means. Magic is based upon the belief that the universe is populated by unseen forces or spirits that permeate all things.<br />and fetish , inanimate object believed to possess some magical power. The fetish may be a natural thing, such as a stone, a feather, a shell, or the claw of an animal, or it may be artificial, such as carvings in wood.<br />But “Doctor Watson” consider the powers therein to be not supernatural but an aspect of the natural world.<br /> Inability or refusal to divide real from preternatural and acceptance of the idea that inanimate objects may work human good or evil are sometimes said to mark a prereligious phase of thought. This is sometimes labeled naturism or animatism. It is characterized by a belief in a life force that itself has no definite characterization <br /> You See “Doctor Watson” animism, belief in personalized, supernatural beings (or souls) that often inhabit ordinary animals and objects, governing their existence. British anthropologist Sir Edward Burnett Tylor argued in Primitive Cultur<br /> A second type of religion, represented by many Oceanic and African tribal beliefs, includes momentary deities (a tree suddenly falling on or in front of a person is malignant, although it was not considered "possessed" before or after the incident) and special deities (a particular tree is inhabited by a malignant spirit, or the spirits of dead villagers inhabit a certain grove or particular animals).<br /> In this category one must distinguish between natural and supernatural forces. <br />This development is related to the emergence of objects of devotion, to rituals of propitiation, to priests and shaman , religious practitioner in various, generally small-scale societies who is believed to be able to diagnose, cure, and sometimes cause illness because of a special relationship with, or control over, spirits.<br />and to an individual sense of group participation in which the individual or the group is protected by, or against, supernatural beings and is expected to act singly or collectively in specific ways when in the presence of these forces ancestor worship, ritualized propitiation and invocation of dead kin. Ancestor worship is based on the belief that the spirits of the dead continue to dwell in the natural world and have the power to influence the fortune and fate of the living.<br /> totem , an object, usually an animal or plant (or all animals or plants of that species), that is revered by members of a particular social group because of a mystical or ritual relationship that exists with that group.<br />Now spiritism or spiritualism, belief that the human personality continues to exist after death and can communicate with the living through the agency of a medium or psychic.<br />In a third class of religion—usually heavily interlaced with fetishism—magic, momentary and special deities, nature gods, and deities personifying natural functions (such as the Egyptian solar god Ra, the Babylonian goddess of fertility Ishtar, the Greek sea-god Poseidon, and the Hindu goddess of death and destruction Kali) emerge and are incorporated into a system of mythology [Greek,=the telling of stories], the entire body of myths in a given tradition, and the study of myths. Students of anthropology, folklore, and religion study myths in different ways, distinguishing them from various other forms of popular, often orally and ritual.<br /> Sometimes they take on distinctively human characteristics “Doctor Watson” anthropomorphism [Gr.,=having human form], in religion, conception of divinity as being in human form or having human characteristics. Anthropomorphism also applies to the ascription of human forms or characteristics to the divine spirits of things such as the winds<br />Beyond these more elementary forms of religious expression there are what are commonly called the "higher religions." Theologians and philosophers of religion agree that these religions embody a principle of transcendence, i.e., a concept, sometimes a godhead, that involves humans in an experience beyond their immediate personal and social needs, an experience known as "the sacred" or "the holy."<br />In the comparative study of these religions certain classifications are used.<br /> The most frequent “Watson” are polytheism , belief in a plurality of gods in which each deity is distinguished by special functions. The gods are particularly synonymous with function in the Vedic religion (see Vedas) of India: Indra is the storm god, Agni the fire god, Vayu the wind god, Yama the<br /> (as in popular Hinduism and ancient Greek religion), in which there are many gods; <br /> dualism, any philosophical system that seeks to explain all phenomena in terms of two distinct and irreducible principles. It is opposed to monism and pluralism. In Plato's philosophy there is an ultimate dualism of being and becoming, of ideas and matter.<br />(as in Zoroastrianism and certain Gnostic sects), which conceives of equally powerful deities of good and of evil; <br /> monotheism [Gr.,=belief in one God], in religion, a belief in one personal god. In practice, monotheistic religion tends to stress the existence of one personal god that unifies the universe.<br /> (as in Christianity, religion founded in Palestine by the followers of Jesus. One of the world's major religions, it predominates in Europe and the Americas, where it has been a powerful historical force and cultural influence, but it also claims adherents in virtually<br /> Judaism , the religious beliefs and practices and the way of life of the Jews. The term itself was first used by Hellenized Jews to describe their religious practice, but it is of predominantly modern usage; it is not used in the Bible or in Rabbinic literature and Islam ,<br /> [Arab.,=submission to God], world religion founded by the Prophet Muhammad. Founded in the 7th cent., Islam is the youngest of the three monotheistic world religions (with Judaism and Christianity). An adherent to Islam is a Muslim [Arab.,=one who submits]. in which there is a single god;<br /> Supratheism (as in Hindu Vedanta and certain Buddhist sects), in which the devotee participates in the religion through a mystical union with the godhead;<br /> and pantheism [Gr. pan=all, theos=God], name used to denote any system of belief or speculation that includes the teaching "God is all, and all is God." Pantheism, in other words, identifies the universe with God or God with the universe. in which the universe is identified with God.<br />Another frequently used classification “Watson” is based on the origins of the body of knowledge held by a certain religion: some religions are revealed, as in Judaism (where God revealed the Commandments to Moses), Christianity (where Christ, the Son of God, revealed the Word of the Father), and Islam (where the angel Gabriel revealed God's will to Muhammad). <br />Some religions are non revealed, or "natural," the result of human inquiry alone. Included among these and sometimes called philosophies of eternity are Buddhist sects (where Buddha is recognized not as a god but as an enlightened leader), Brahmanism, and Taoism and other Chinese metaphysical doctrines.<br />So what have you surmise from all of these “Anecdote filled Narratives “Doctor Watson”……. <br />The very last thing I remember after going into a daze from the “Head School Master Holmes” furnances blast chastisement scoop…..<br /> Was my swimming in the “Gulf of Mexico” up to my neck with pocket firm line with gold, <br />Thus ending with “deep-seated queer ownership” of a “Negro Slave”, to account now for passionate “Sexual hormonal & Sexual transmitted disease” ending with a toast in the formidable “effective ritualistic killing” and “cannibalistic eating of a young boy”, Who's remains were found in the “Thames River”. <br />To now “Sherlock Holmes” very “brawny brilliant” consideration into obtain “Peripheral Densitometry heel ultra sound” or a “X-ray Absorptiometry” testing to discover if in fact that the “Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor “Himself is In the possession of having “Low Bone Mass” as “Doctor Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D.<br /> A/k/a Pirate “Rex Okusaga” is factually “Persevering Princess Witch Voodoo Doctor” of”Lagos Nigeria Africa” <br />And now suffering from “Tribal intense fairy tales” of a “compelling “female gender” special “disorder disease” of “Osteoporosis”.<br />To be continuing By: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 29)<br />July 16th 1918 7:55 am (Central American Time)<br />The early morning “Galveston Island” Texas Gulf Coast breeze, felt like an undertow of refreshes during my shave, as I fought off the moment to focus on getting myself together for a “Southern American Hospitality” breakfast wondering what surprise the outstanding Cajun chief having in store for “Sherlock Holmes” and myself (“Doctor Watson”)…….<br />As I am Standing here by myself staring at the ocean glittering reflection from the bathroom mirror, listening to “Holmes” “Systematically Instinct” in setting forth an opportunity in telling the “full facts” being concluded in his brief latest examination of our present case in the Professional misconducts of “The Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor…..<br />I quash over the accountability in all of the medical records in connection with the Pirate “Rex Okusaga” A/k/a Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D. <br />I became finding myself aloof in a drifting mode with the ocean tide feeling my thoughts of succession as to the strange “Voodoo Timeline”.<br /> The thought having occurred to me in the medical (STD) screening testing being committed by a complete rouge accomplices in that the “St. Joseph Medical Center” in Houston Texas having a scandalous villain role in the Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor own “urine sample, blood sample, and penis discharge sample,<br /> With the noticeable evident “pap smear” sample being also admitted under a bogus obscure female name for “Lady Ann” A/k/a “Sade Okusaga”.<br />“Sherlock Holmes” concurred in the facts that the “Hospital lab department” and “medical billing department” having conceal the “Lady Ann” records with full “compliances knowledge” this is to be hidden forever under a “fictitious” Patent name “Sade Okusaga” (DOB) 8/12/1789<br /> Which delinquent safety protection measures activities wellbeing outrageous apply against “St Joseph Medical Hospital” policy and “Public health” concerns taking a iniquitous wicked unethical “back seat” <br />In accordance with “applicable medical standards of care” dealing with “Sexually Transmitted Diseases” that the “Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor” Lawson M.D. having foolishly contracted while “Whore casting” erroneous about in “The French Quarters” of “New Orleans”, L.A.<br />Remarkable naughty “Sherlock Holmes” quick deduction of the “Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor M.D.” immorally, dreadful, and regretful putrid acts leaving me to question how “Holmes” befall to extend to the Americans “French Quarters” in New Orleans L.A.<br />Elementary “Watson” be as tall as showing your own face in the “shopping district” on the boardwalks of this “Galveston Island” your normal traits dictate your clandestine covert actions, <br />Seeing that you have been saving a puzzling weird amount of “spending sliver” the moment I spoke of our travel to “America” to commence it was not a moment too soon before you explode into a force of lawbreaker sweeping spending free…<br />The Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor M.D. having amicable circumspect for concoctions of potions mixtures supplies, being one and the same identical to make equate enough,<br /> Absent Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D. easy access near his homeland of “Lagos Nigeria” Africa, for concoctions of potions, leaving the American homeland “New Orleans” French Quarters as a desperado equivalent rival to counterpart any pick-me-upshot in the arm voodoo stimulants. <br />To be continuing By: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 29)<br />July 16th 1918 7:58 am (Central American Time)<br />Within moments of “Sherlock Holmes” mind bungle botch of making a mess into “The Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor M.D.” and accounts of “”Voodoo mismanagements” in the “French Quarters” of New Orleans Louisiana<br /> “Holmes” having derived that Marie Laveau a Louisiana Creole practitioner of “Voudou” being renowned in New Orleans, believed to have been born free in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana, about 1794, <br />The daughter of a “white planter” and a free Creole woman of color. On August 4, 1819, she married Jacques (or Santiago, in other records) Paris, a free person of color who had emigrated from Haiti, <br />The marriage mass was performed by Father Antonio de Sedella, the Capuchin priest known as Pere Antoine.<br /> Jacques Paris died in 1820 under unexplained circumstances. (Most likely posion)<br />He was part of a large Haitian immigration to New Orleans in 1809 after the Haitian Revolution of 1804. <br />New immigrants consisted of French-speaking white planters and thousands of slaves as well as “free people of color”. <br />Those with African ancestry “Watson” helped revive “Voodoo” and other African-based cultural practices in the “New Orleans” community, and the Creole of color community increased markedly.<br />“Watson” After Paris's death Marie Laveau became a hairdresser who catered to wealthy white families.<br /> She took a lover, Christophe (Louis Christophe Dumesnil de) Glapion, with whom she lived in a “common-law marriage” until his death in 1835. <br />They were reported to have had 15 children including Marie Laveau II, born c. 1827, who sometimes used the surname "Paris" after her mother's first husband. <br />Very little is known with any certainty about the life of Marie Laveau. <br />Her surviving daughter had the same name and is called Marie Laveau II by some historians. <br />Scholars believe that the mother was more powerful while the daughter arranged more elaborate public events (including inviting attendees to St. John's Eve rituals on Bayou St. John). <br />They received varying amounts of financial support. <br />It is not known which (if not both) had done more to establish the voodoo queen reputation. <br />Of Laveau's magical career there is little that can be substantiated. <br />“Doctor Watson” She was said to have had a snake she named “ HYPERLINK "" o "Zombi (African god)" Zombi” after an African god. <br />After having bearing continue witness to “Sherlock Holmes” legend account, I happen to glance at the reflection of “Holmes” quick brute passing about in our “joining quarters” to discover “Sherlock Holmes” having “mischievous voodoo sprite” himself into conversion an evil alter modification amendment back into a (Negro) slave again,<br /> And I (Doctor Watson) finding myself “distressed quickly” suffering from a slight “squirting bleeding accounts” about the “Adams apple” area of my very own neck from my (Negro) slave “Holmes” <br />Very quick agitate and quite annoy disturbances in my morning shaving adjustment, which I screamed “Dam it” for god sake “Sherlock Holmes” please “Holmes” do care to make some advance “advertisement notification warning” in this deep seeded “Negro changes” of yours<br /> Before I completely slit my very own “Throat”….<br />Which “Sherlock Holmes” as usual finding “extreme menacing amusement laughter” in daunting me to “death”.<br /> I begun to apply some soft tissue to clot the terrifying scared bloodcurdling events as I continue understanding Sherlock Holmes further accounts Laveau's magical career.<br /> Which “Holmes” Narratives Oral traditions suggested that the occult part of her magic mixed Roman Catholic beliefs, <br />Including Saints, with African spirits and religious concepts. <br />Some scholars believe that her feared magical powers of divination were actually based on her network of informants which she developed while working as a hairdresser in households of the prominent. <br />As she visited her clients (mostly white) she listened closely to their gossip. <br />Some assert that she ran her own “brothel” which I deduced “The Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor” Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D. having visited her daughter “brothel” over numerous times…<br /> She appeared to excel at obtaining inside information on her wealthy patrons by instilling fear in their servants whom she either paid or "cured" of mysterious ailments. <br />“Watson” On June 16, 1881 the New Orleans newspapers announced that “Marie Laveau” had been beheaded in the top tower of her own home. <br />This is noteworthy if only because people claimed to have seen her in town after her supposed demise. <br />Again, some claimed that one of her daughters also named Marie (many of the daughters had Marie within their names due to Catholic naming practices) assumed her name and carried on her magical practice, taking over as the queen soon before or after the first Marie's death.<br />According to official New Orleans vital records, a certain Marie Glapion Lavau died on June 15, 1881, aged 98.<br /> The different spelling of the last name as well as the age at death may result from the casual 19th Century approach to spelling as well as conflicting accounts of Laveau's birth.<br />Marie Laveau was reportedly buried in Saint Louis Cemetery #1 in New Orleans in the Glapion family crypt. <br />The tomb continues to attract visitors who draw three "x"s (XXX) on its side, in the hopes that Laveau's spirit will grant them a wish. Some self-styled researchers claim that Laveau is buried in other tombs, <br />But I fear “Watson” they may be confusing the resting places of other “voodoo priestesses” of New Orleans.<br />Although some references to Marie Laveau in popular culture refer to her as a "witch" she is properly described as a 'Voodoo priestess'.<br />To be continuing By: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 30)<br />July 16th 1918 8:34 am (Central American Time)<br />Upon direct instruction of “Sherlock Holmes” to be joining me (Doctor Watson) moments later down stairs as “Holmes” regulates a fine –tune” focus to fiddle his playful mischievous desire, while completing his “ill-behaved” amendments as a (Negro) self…<br /> To join me for “Breakfast” with-in the Historic Galveston “ Hotel Galvez” luxurious “Four Star Magnificent Ocean Front “Victorian guest dining Area”…<br />I regain the sighting filled “Hotel” with such “Sweeping archway” and “stylish décor” lending my “American experiences” to briefly undergo being subjected to a fine translation state of enjoyment encounters within the “Galveston Texas” present “quality tone” moments in my own timely setting of a “milieu ambiance” for “ These providential feast for a desire “Breakfast”….<br />Within 4 ¼ moments as I was pleasant engaging myself in the “Cajun Chief” well prepared “Raspberry walnut Muffins”, “Lobster eggs Florentine delightful recipe”, <br />Complemented with Sprinkle “beacon bits” on light golden brown “fried breakfast potatoes” with the other side floating in an “American & English” combination of “sharp cheddar cheese”…<br />With a spicy cheesy tangy spice sauce floating about my “Breakfast plate.<br />“Sherlock Holmes” grandest of entrance to my knowledge date startled my “inner nerves” within moment of fast flashing seconds after “my public disapproval glancing of his “Negro” sighting… with what appeared “Holmes” having suffered serious facial injuries to his “left eye” with well “colorful bruising”, to match with a slight swallow lip, with discoloration of definite “blood”.<br />Equivalent in corresponding “Sherlock Holmes” pursuit in his “childish camouflage disguise” and provoking my “competition” in a daring clashing contest during my “fine American breakfast”… gave my tummy a very soon telling sorry signed that I would retain forever having differing opinions on the “Slave” variance…. <br /> I shall dare say for the “complete record” my consent and acquiesce to being in such full simpleminded agreements, was furtherance’s kept off guarded as “Holmes” made no concealing relation being infected with the prevailing racism of the time.<br />Masterful of “Sherlock Holmes” quick posture when other “Hotel Galvez” negro staff” appear within hearing range” Holmes” let slip” to be “submissive” and quite obedient “well-behaved” in whimpering…..<br />Added the quick applied “theater makeup” showing my “Freeman Slave” having current suffering from a “civil beating nature”…<br />Sadly suggesting my (Doctor Watson M.D.) innocent placement in having the “accomplished supported” very perverse “casting role” in applying complete abnormal control over my “deformed Negro”.<br />“Warped” having declared dancing its way across the “breakfast table”….took a seat and was “very eager” in dining in the delightful chief substances….<br />When “Holmes” quick “misshapen awry” conversation “bitter” my wholesome breakfast desire to see if my “strong constitution” having moments to settled as “Sherlock Holmes”<br /> Bent on cruel reviewing the symptoms of common STDs, like chlamydia, “genital herpes”, “gonorrhea”, and “syphilis” the Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor “Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D. possibly be buckled and deformed in hiding his cures.<br />“You” See “Watson” Chlamydia is a bacterial infection of your “genital tract”….pass me “What is this my “English nostril detect” “Raspberry walnut Muffins”,….”my, my, Please pass them over “Watson”……<br />“Sherlock Holmes” being very tune in straight clinical facts….as I watch my “tummy turn vicious” ….in the prepared butter application “Holmes”……was engaging in faithfully throughout his recital in this infamous “Chlamydia”<br />And its facts in being difficult to detect because “early-stage infections” often cause few or no “signs and symptoms” leaving off with addressing me as “Master Watson”…as the “Hotel Galvez” staff returned… <br />“Sherlock Holmes” telling me the “signs conditions” Do occur, and usually start “one to three weeks” after you've been exposed to Chlamydia….. <br />I (Doctor Watson) having at this point felt my skin growing with discomforting sweating… and I may be feeling acute “mild dizzy sensation” being present…..<br />”Watson” this “Lobster eggs Florentine” is very promising would you be a “dear chap”…and pass the “Mustard”…….<br />’Mrs. Hudson” could stand some “American improvements”….”Would you not say this may be the case…..”Watson”…<br />At this point in time, “my deep thoughts” was just simply management “a slight stir” in my coffee, to keep the appearance of being “able to endure” as “Sherlock Holmes” begun into “deeper breaths” and strong wording pronouncement condemnations<br />..You see “Watson” very extreme “Painful urination” and “Lower abdominal pains” in men…… “However yet”…”Vaginal discharge” in women…with “Discharge” from the penis in men” do in fact incurred…<br /> But at the same time possessing extremely Painful during “sexual intercourse” in women while leaving”strong Testicular pain” in men quite living to be as ancient as time in unbearable state…..<br />“Sherlock Holmes” “must we entertain” this present topic at this precise time “having cross my mind” to interject but “Sherlock Holmes”….<br />”Medical crooked” as it may be his conversation would not change direction with the announcement of “Gonorrhea” and its “bacterial infection” of your male “genital tract”. <br />….(Required that I “Watson” push my wasted gourmet plate quickly from my direct line of sight at best)…….while “Holmes” amuse himself with his own newly discovered “American appetite”…. <br />While I further engage in hearing such curvature start afresh “first Watson”….”gonorrhea symptoms” generally appears within two to 10 days after exposure. <br />However, The Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor, Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D. may be having been infected for months on in before “signs or symptoms” occur with a Thick, cloudy or bloody discharge from the penis<br />As the “vagina color” and “discharge” being present in women complemented with “Pain or burning sensation” when urinating thus “Frequent urination” <br />And Like “Chlamydia”….. “Doctor Watson” extreme Pain during “sexual intercourse”…. <br />Persistent in keep going on “Sherlock Holmes”…. Pronouncement and revelation into “Trichomoniasis” is a common “sexually transmitted disease” caused by a microscopic, one-celled parasite called Trichomonas vaginalis. <br />“Watson” the Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor”, Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D. contraction of Trichomoniasis during out of marriage “sexual intercourse” with someone who already has the infection stands as a possibly during a lasting visited in New Orleans L.A. French Quarters” ….”Voodoo Cathouse”.<br /> The organism usually infects the “urinary tract” in men, “Watson”…but often causes no symptoms in men. <br />“Trichomoniasis” typically infects the “vagina in women” and may cause these “signs and symptoms” of “Greenish yellow, possibly frothy vaginal discharge”,<br /> And a “very Strong vaginal odor”, <br />“Vaginal itching or irritation”, “Pain during sexual intercourse “Watson”, and “Painful urination with “Light vaginal bleeding”…<br />Giving the “other factors” “Doctor Watson” in the recent obtained medical evidence from “Lady Ann” being received in our devilish “hands for future publication”.<br /> “I must say upon my “Professional consolation in this present matter “Doctor Watson” supporting by my combine assertion that the “Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor”, Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D. “having already possession suitable strong (STD) Sexual Transmitting diseases being supply in contractions and affirmation….<br /> “Complemented” with the compelling “tale signs” of a “female gender disorder” disease of “Osteoporosis” “Doctor Watson”<br /> Leaving my well-founded justifiable “instinctive deductions” being very rational in discovery, “the plausible strong and coherent logical” reasoning, <br />“Doctor Watson” I am afraid to proclaim “The official Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor A/k/a “Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D”<br /> Is very “understandable a legitimate” legally binding authenticate “Hermaphrodite”.<br />To be continuing By: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 31)<br />July 16th 1918 8:39 am (Central American Time)<br /> The Victorian heritage verdant greens and rich golds accent the “Hotel Galvez” on Galveston Island Texas to its rightful place as a timeless as my “New masterpiece” Swiss Army Watch I “Watson” adore…...<br />My present estate of “Quick Affairs”…required that I retire to the “Marble bathroom” with bathrobes and designer toiletries. ...For an “English Gentlemen”… Heave and Vomit”….<br />“Sherlock Holmes” grand production into a surmise of the most abnormal “conjecture to suppose progression in “Hypothesize theorize with a very strong hint of “unwholesome imagine”……<br /> “That the “Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor” Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus Lawson M.D. is postulation in supposition a “Hermaphrodite”.<br />While contagiously enough “Sherlock Holmes” to future construe his imagine deduction “the patient” is suffering a “Thick”, “cloudy” and very “bloody discharge” from the “Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor” …….”Penis” and having the same “vagina” problems under the same presumption involving <br />The “Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor”….. “Painful ‘greenish yellow” discharge and “under very best I can say “unholy painful burning” “crying out sensation” when the “Hermaphrodite” is urinating…. Out of the “Vagina” and “Penis”……….<br />My “Well cooked Cajun “Raspberry walnut Muffins”, and “Lobster eggs” designer “Florentine American Breakfast” seeming rightful in taking on “moving upsetting notion” towards my own Doctoral Watson M.D. conclusions with “extreme strong suspicion” that….<br /> The “Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor” Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus Lawson M.D. is in furtherance conclusion of “devilish possession” of contraction hostile “Greenish yellow, frothy vaginal discharge” <br />And a “Strong vaginal odor” accompanying the “Vaginal itching” with “Sherlock Holmes” guesswork “some excitements with “very serious inspiring” and “impressive irritation” for “both ends” of the “suspect matter(s)”………<br /> While “Sherlock Holmes” construe the male reproductive exciting “work out” being safe in assuming Doctor Lawson M.D. having “Discharge from the “penis” also notable extraordinary <br />With a “Thick”, “cloudy” and having the same “Vaginal problems” with the “bloody discharge”…“Accompanying” “Doctor Watson” impressive imposing on “Prince Doctor” Samuel Benjamin Magnus Lawson M.D.” Tribal Nigerian African Heritage in having “Extreme Testicular pains”……… <br />To be continuing By: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />(Chapter 32)<br />July 16th 1918 8:46 am (Central American Time)<br />Despite a most promising start of my “mid-morning” events, I had little plans to be “broad side” by the making of “Sherlock Holmes” inspired enthusiastic devotion of establishing a “case at hand”….And grief with intrigue<br />To consumed my “tummy” into reproach frenzy in a “well established” and quite refine Hotel Galvez “Men Lavatory” to register myself (Watson M.D.) for as I amuse myself in the “mirror” in reaching “lonely conversations” of cursing “Sherlock Holmes” deliberate outlandish discharge in duty to accomplish an upsetting “pleasant morning”…<br />“Maneuvering my thoughts for more of “Holmes” medical plotting “scheme of more machinations” at the highest-disregard for my “sadly dis-comforts state”……<br /> Minutes of Brief break thinking about the future “task at hand” an its “inevitability events”…I took to the bartender’s whom were friendly and it was nice pleasant to have a tropical pool with a swim-up bar Nearby to watch local attraction early in the day “majestically” rising from the beachfront to hold court looking over the Gulf of Mexico.<br />While I look for something to “liberation assistances” in aiding my “sound judgment” And needed reinforcement to discuss more of “Sherlock Holmes” amusing “medical supported” evidence now of “mutable infected genitals” <br />Having serious “leakage of sorts” while containing very “numerous contaminated” and quite “colorful discharges” of sorts from the Infamous “Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor”.<br />My state of affairs now wide awake after a quick consumption and armed with a second “orange juice” combination “vodka solution reprieve”…<br />I headed on for any other influencing vocation efforts “Sherlock Holmes” could muster in toil of a masterpiece to come off in drive to coerce further goad in my determination to with stand viewing the well refine lavatory with such a plunge…<br />Little left of my “passion pride” along the way I was compel to gear for anything to sink when upon further discoveries “Sherlock Holmes” having instinct to push another trail to crusade in a fundraiser “native bone to pick” sort of way with Doctor Samuel Benjamin Magnus-Lawson M.D. <br />In appearances of desire and greed of lust in “Holmes” came into knowledge with the aid also of the lush 10 gold piece paid COD to the “Negro” Hotel Galvez staff during my brief department, <br />I was striking now in amazing account by “Sherlock Holmes” purchase tales of “Marie Delphine LaLaurie” more commonly known as Madame LaLaurie, a Louisiana-born socialite, known for her ... known for her involvement in the torture of (Negro) black slaves.<br /> She maintained a prominent position in the social circles of New Orleans until April 10, 1834, when rescuers responding to a fire at her Royal Street mansion discovered bound slaves within the house who showed evidence of torture over a long period. <br />Tales of LaLaurie's cruelty that were current among New Orleans residents in about 1836. She claimed that, subsequent to the visit of the local lawyer, one of LaLaurie's neighbours saw a young negro girl fall to her death from the roof of the Royal Street mansion while trying to avoid punishment from a whip-wielding Delphine LaLaurie.<br /> The body of the girl was subsequently buried on the mansion grounds. According to Martineau, this incident led to an investigation of the LaLauries, in which they were found guilty of illegal cruelty and forced to forfeit nine slaves. <br />These nine slaves were then bought back by the LaLauries through the intermediary of one of their relatives, and returned to the Royal Street residences. Similarly, reported stories that Marie Delphine LaLaurie kept her (Negro) cook chained to the kitchen stove, and beat her daughters when they attempted to feed the slaves….<br />For you see Doctor Watson”…..”Marie Delphine LaLaurie's” house was subsequently sacked by an outraged mob of New Orleans citizens, after bystanders responding to the fire attempted to enter the slave quarters to ensure that everyone had been evacuated. <br />Upon being refused the keys by the LaLauries, the bystanders broke down the doors to the “Negro” slave quarters” and found "seven slaves, more or less horribly mutilated ... suspended by the neck, with their “limbs apparently stretched” and “torn from one extremity” to the “other", who claimed to have been imprisoned there for some months and it is thought that she fled to Paris, where she died. <br />Our interest in the “factual existences” of a daughter whom fled with her mother Delphine Lalaurie,to Paris “Watson” having now return after her mother death here local in Galveston Island Texas and in possible possession of The Battle of Anghiari (1505) “Watson”……<br /> Its a lost painting by Leonardo da Vinci at times referred “<br />To as "The Lost Leonardo", which some believe to be still hidden beneath later frescoes in the Hall of Five Hundred (Salone dei Cinquecento) in the Palazzo Vecchio, Florence.<br /> Shocking belief as my quick thoughts race of its central Da Vinci scene painting depicted three men riding raging war-horses engaged in a battle for possession of a standard.<br />Many preparatory studies by Leonardo still exist “Doctor Watson”.<br /> The composition of the central section is best known through a drawing by Peter Paul Rubens in the Louvre, Paris. <br />This work, dating from 1603 and known as The Battle of the Standard, was based on an engraving of 1553 by Lorenzo Zacchia, which was taken from the painting itself or possibly derived from a cartoon by Leonardo.<br /> Rubens succeeded in portraying the fury, the intense emotions and the sense of power that were presumably present in the original painting with the Da Vinci trajectory route trail leading to The Prince Witch Voodoo Doctor acquiring The Battle of Anghiari (1505) footpath.<br />To be continuing By: Louis Charles Hamilton II (Cmdr. Bluefin)<br />……<br />wdijvsdf<br />