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At its peak in the early years of the twentieth century, 100,000 people were employed in the Clydeside shipbuilding and marine engineering industries at any one time. Generation followed generation into the shipyards and they became ingrained in the cultu 
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Dunoon Pier is a timely look at one hundred years of that landmark of the River Clyde estuary. Etched on the memory of millions over generations, a trip 'doon the watter' meant disembarking at Dunoon from one of many fondly remembered vessels. 
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On October 13th 1939 following a huge explosion in Scapa Flow, Orkney, one of the Royal Navy’s top battleships, HMS Royal Oak rolled over and sank. A German U-boat U-47 had silently penetrated defences and done its work. A total of 833 men died. L 
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A first hand account of life in the French Revolutionary navy. A French view of the English at sea. Son of a painter-engraver, Garneray was one of the rare French seamen who wrote openly about the disappointing naval strategy of the French Revolutionary g 
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The sea is the essence of Argyll, its real highway, and the Kyles of Bute must have been visited and used by ancient and medieval sailors just as today their sheltered waters are so favoured by yachts and other ships. This book aims to depict aspects of t 
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