October 03, 2013TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART — “Commodore Perry, I presume?”
No, that’s not it.
“Gentlemen, start your engines.”
“We have met the enemy and they are ours.”
With those nine words, Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry 200 years this week flashed one of the most dramatic after-action reports in the history of American naval warfare.
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