War at Sea: WW1


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062794: H.M.S Opal, c1915

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from TWAM (flickr)
U-Boat 110, a general view looking aft

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U-Boat 110, a general view looking forward

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Shipping Turbines

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Quayside commemoration of Blyth's role in two world wars
- "Submarines operated out of Blyth in both WW1 and WW2. The Royal Navy base was known as HMS Elfin. Many crews were lost to mines in WW1.". Photo by Roger ...

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
Burdis, Stoker, lost at sea

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
JW Hunt, AB, lost at sea

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G Allen, Seaman, lost at sea

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
Alfred Lowe Morgan, Jarrow, lost on submarine

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
William Barratt, Wheatley Hill, lost at sea

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Dazzle Painting of ships in the First World War and the model of ss Hindustan
- Article with photos, posted by Ian Whitehead on October 8, 2015.

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  from Simon Cotterill (Co-Curate Page)
Mauretania
- Overview About the Mauretania The RMS Mauretania was a famous ocean liner designed by Leonard Peskett and built in Wallsend by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd for British Cunard. ...
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HMS Broke in dry dock after the Battle of Jutland

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View of a V class destroyer built by Hawthorn Leslie

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