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Mateo Bratanić 6h
Thank you for facilitating the research work, and for these funny errors occasionally pop up!
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Mattsmodelboats Jul 17
Mersey flats were the workhorses of the inland waterways, ports and coastal waters of NW England. These sailing barges lightered cargo from ships in dock and transported the goods along the rivers, navigations and canals.
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WatkinsMarine 7h
1979 ATLANTIC EMPRESS and AEGEAN CAPTAIN collided off Tobago each carrying over 200,000 tons of crude starting a blaze killing 27 eventually sinking the former and creating the largest tanker spill ever recorded
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Alexander Parker 1h
"The Strait of Hormuz has become a fraught passage in the Tanker Wars between Iran and Iraq."
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Chanelle Zap 18h
was my home for 5years & will always be a part of who I am, not least because it affirmed my love for and . I can not say how THRILLED I am to have this new opportunity contribute to NL's MCH & embark on a new foray into
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WatkinsMarine Jul 18
2012 former US passenger ferry SKAGIT sank near Chumbe Island off Zanzibar an estimated 150 souls lost
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LRF Heritage & Education Centre Jul 10
Our collection holds 79 different documents and ship plans for the famous Cunard liner Aquitania. But why was she so famous? Find out below...
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WatkinsMarine Jul 15
1683 Manchu Qing dynasty naval forces under traitorous commander Shi Lang defeat the Kingdom of Tungning in the Battle of Penghu near the Pescadores Islands
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WatkinsMarine Jul 10
1988 Nine people were killed when three Abu Nidal terrorists attacked hundreds of tourists aboard Greek cruise ship CITY OF POROS at sea and on her berth in Piraeus
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NPS K9 Oscar Jul 16
Back in Salem which is rich in maritime history and most famous for the 1692 witch trials.
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WatkinsMarine Jul 14
1815 French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte surrendered to Captain Maitland aboard HMS BELLEROPHON at Rochefort, before being sent into exile on the island of St Helena
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MA Naval History Jul 18
Our own loves this book! This is one of the sources for her most recent research on coastal communities, shipwrecks, and sense of place!
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WatkinsMarine Jul 17
1944 munitions ships E A BRYAN and QUINAULT VICTORY loading ammunition for the US Pacific theatre of war exploded in Port Chicago, California, killing 320
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Antoine Vanner Jul 17
Aground, abandoned & ice-bound in the Elbe Estuary in 1799, six of HMS Proserpine's crew returned to her. It was the start of a new epic of fortitude. Part 2 of a two-part article (with link to Part 1 for new readers). Click:
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ncmaritimemuseumsouthport Jul 16
littoral: a coastal region especially the shore zone between high tide and low tide points
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Felix Schürmann Jul 16
, Isabelle Delumeau gives insights into the history of the production of fishing . For this purpose, the French Navy went into a close co-operation with fishing crews during the nineteenth century.
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Felix Schürmann Jul 16
, Benjamin Khoo Jun Qi analyses European of the Strait of in the sixteenth and seventeeth centuries, and points out to the underlying knowledge circuits and commercial/military interests.
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Dr Cat Beck Jul 15
Unsure which of the excellent 8am panels to go to this morning? I'll be speaking about sailor insanity and understanding madness at sea in the panel 'Marginal Mental States' in Lecture Theatre 1, Appleton Tower!
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New York History Jul 15
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Felix Schürmann Jul 15
, Yuto Ishibashi argues that an agreement of economic and political interests between Japan and Britain facilitated hydrographic surveying in South-east Asia during the 1860s and 1870s.
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