Tosa-class battleship (nom) by Sturmvogel 66, Parsecboy and The ed17. The Tosa class were two dreadnought battleships of the Imperial Japanese Navy, ordered during the early 1920s. The first ship, Tosa, was canceled before completion as a result of an international naval-limiting treaty, being used then in experiments to assess the effectiveness of its armor. The results of these tests were used years later to design the heaviest battleships ever built, the Yamato class. The hull of the second ship, Kaga, was converted into an aircraft carrier and was sunk in the Second World War.
Peasants' Revolt (nom) by Hchc2009. Also known as the Great Rising, the Peasants' Revolt was a major uprising that took place in 1381, across large parts of England. Economic and political tensions generated by the Black Death were among the causes of the revolt, as well as the high taxes caused by the conflict with France during the Hundred Years War.
No. 2 Operational Conversion Unit RAAF (nom) by Ian Rose. The No. 2 OCU is a fighter training unit of the Royal Australian Air Force, located in New South Wales. The unit trains pilots to operate the McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet, conducts refresher courses for pilots returning to the jet, and trains future Hornet instructors. The unit was established in April 1942; it provided training on a wide range of aircraft during World War II.
Lanny McDonald (nom) by Resolute. McDonald (born 1953) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player of the National Hockey League. He played over 1,100 games during a 16-year career in which he scored 500 goals and over 1,000 points. He is among the most popular players in Calgary Flames history, and holds the Flames's record for highest goals scored during a single season with 66, while playing for the team in 1982–83.
76th Academy Awards (nom) by Birdienest81. The 76th edition of the Academy Awards was held in Los Angeles on February 29, 2004. It was the eighth time Billy Crystal had hosted the awards. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King became the most awarded film of the event, receiving eleven Oscars and matching Ben-Hur and Titanic on most wins by a single film.
List of Pirates of the Caribbean video games (nom) by Hahc21 with Status. The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, apart from attraction rides and four commercially successful feature films, has spawned a wide amount of video game adaptations and tie-in installments including several cross-franchise releases since the release of the first film in 2003.