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When you stop and think about it, Richard Mille Replica Watches or Britannia, also known as England, is known for three things.

The first is the heroic display of a stiff upper lip that remained firm despite seemingly impossible odds during the horrors at Reichsmarschall Hermann Goring’s Blitz on London. The second is the truly remarkable genetic ability to produce many of history's most beautiful women, from Jane Birkin, Jane Seymour, Jacqueline Bisset,Replica Richard Mille Watches Jean Shrimpton, Kiera Knightley, and Kate Moss. This latter, despite her unremitting penchant for sybaritism is charmingly sexy but disastrous. The third, and most important, is the rich history of military timepieces.

1940s -- The "Dirty Dozen".

The Dirty Dozen is the most well-known of England's military watches. It includes the Mark 11 Pilot's Watch and the Rolex MilSub. The Dirty Dozen is a list of 12 contractors who supplied the British Army functional, durable, legible, and luminous tool watches. These were distributed to troops in the Second World War.

These brands included, in no particular order: Vertex, Timor and Lemania, Jaeger–LeCoultre. Cyma. Buren. Eterna. Record. Grana. IWC. Longines. Omega. They created the blueprint for what a military watch should look like. The watch features a stealthy, strong brushed steel case and a matte black dial with large, luminous Arabic numerals.Replica Rolex Cellini Additional luminous indexes are placed around the cardinal points. A hacking seconds hand is located at 6 o’clock. For the most part, you will see long, easy-to-read baton-shaped fingers.

The Army was issued the "dirty dozen" in the Second World War.

1948 -- The IWC Mark 11

The Mark 11 legend began in the middle of the 1940s, when the British Ministry of Defence issued a tender to create a watch for its pilots. The watch had to have a black dial with Arabic numerals from 1-12 and be "luminized" at the four cardinal indexes.

It needed to be able to move 12 lines, and have a -4/+4 accuracy with hacking. It needed to be waterproof up to 20 feet. It have a Faraday/anti-magnetic cage, hence the iron dial. To prevent crystal from slipping during compression, a screw was required to secure it.

Jaeger-LeCoultre and IWC were both able to answer the call, but eventually JLC was dropped as a supplier due to the fact that the brand didn't incorporate a shock absorption mechanism into its movements. The IWC Mark 11 watch was born. It was distributed to various branches of RAF starting in 1949. It was the Richard Mille Replica Watches.

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