Hartlepool

Two coastal defence batteries at Hartlepool returned fire, launching 143 shells, and damaging three German ships: SMS Seydlitz, SMS Moltke and SMS Bl├╝cher. The Hartlepool engagement lasted roughly 50 minutes, and the coastal artillery defence was supported by the Royal Navy in the form of four destroyers, two light cruisers and a submarine, none ...
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Hartlepool

(town) Port and administrative centre of Hartlepool unitary authority in northeast England; 40 km/25 mi south of Newcastle upon Tyne; population (2001) 86,100. Historically a shipbuilding centre, modern industries include chemicals, metalwork, engineering, oil support services, fis...
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Hartlepool

Hartlepool (härt'lēpOOl, härt'ul–) , city (1991 pop. 91,749) and borough, NE England. A city seaport, Hartlepool imports timber, wood pulp, petroleum, and iron ore. Industries include shipbuilding, iron and steel manufacturing, marine engineering, and brewing. Servicing...
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Hartlepool

seaport and unitary authority, geographic and historic county of Durham, northeastern England, on the North Sea.
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