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18 September 2007
Battleships cruisers Excellent resource for researching WW1 and WW2 ships. Enter a ships name to find out about the class of ship and each individal ship in the class....
15 September 2007
convictcentral.com This is really great site for researching ships that transported convicts to Australia.
14 September 2007
Did you know that there is a small display case in the Library? It is very easy to walk straight past the case on your way to the desk without stopping to take a look at what...
12 September 2007
Oxford DNB theme: Trafalgar, Nelson, and the national memory This is an 'open shelves' essay from the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. No subscription needed! (tags...
12 September 2007
Are you interested in researching your family history? Perhaps you have some maritime ancestors but don’t know how to find out about them.
10 September 2007
The National Maritime Museum website has times for the visibility of the new crescent Moon, and the start of Ramadan, this week.
10 September 2007
The other day while cataloguing (Andrew Lambert's new edited collection of Naval history), I came across a reference to the Naval War College Review being freely available on...
8 September 2007
Astronomy Blog: Telescopes Live! "I like to think to a future where you could start up Stellarium, StarryNight or Google Sky and see where professional telescopes are...
5 September 2007
September's item of the month is Lieutenant Francis Leopold McClintock's notebook: Notes on Arctic Equipment for Spring Travelling, drawn up at Port Royal 1867. Caird Library...
4 September 2007
This post is the first in what we hope will be a series, concerning some of the 'not so frequently asked questions' that we often get in the library or E-library.

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