— Argo Nerd (@argonerd) February 19, 2021
Day: February 19, 2021
new like on twitter.com February 19, 2021 at 08:24AM
Die Alte interessiert es nicht. Bei Honecker war es auch. Erst der Lärm vor dem Fenster weckt diese Leute auf.
— Prof. E. S. Sordring Klarname (@SordringOstNord) February 19, 2021
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Mancherorts kommt der medizinische Dienst nicht, die Angehörigen bekommen keine Hilfe. "Ein bisschen Kollateralschaden"…
Stille Not – wie pflegende Angehörige unter Corona leiden (via @AZ_Augsburg) https://t.co/Cwic3gLD0n
— Dr. Christian Winter (@DrChristianWin1) February 19, 2021
Wikipedia article of the day for February 19, 2021
Wikipedia article of the day is SS Mauna Loa. Check it out: https://ift.tt/2a5UN43 Summary: SS Mauna Loa was a steam-powered cargo ship of the Matson Navigation Company that was sunk in the Bombing of Darwin in February 1942. Built in 1919 for the United States Shipping Board, she was christened West Conob and renamed Golden Eagle in 1928, sailing for a variety of owners. In 1934, she was taken over by the Matson Navigation Company for service between Hawaii and the U.S. mainland and renamed Mauna Loa. Shortly before the United States’ entry into World War II, Mauna Loa was chartered by the United States Department of War to carry supplies to the Philippines. The ship was part of an aborted attempt to reinforce Allied forces under attack by the Japanese on Timor in mid-February 1942. After the return of her convoy to Darwin, Northern Territory, Mauna Loa was one of eight ships sunk in Darwin Harbour in the first Japanese bombing attack on the Australian mainland on 19 February. The remains of her wreck and her cargo are a dive site in the harbor.