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This guide gives details of crew agreements for British-registered merchant ships, crew lists or muster-rolls and official ships' logs.
This guide looks at sources for research into Cutty Sark available in the Caird Library at the National Maritime Museum.
This guide outlines the main sources for researching the activities of merchant ships and their crews during the First World War.
This research guide is a brief introduction to the main records held by the National Maritime Museum, which has the most comprehensive maritime library in the world. It contains over 100,000 printed books dating from 1474 to the present day, 20,000 pamphlets, 4500 periodicals, 500 current maritime/naval history titles, specialist journals, microforms and a selection of CD-ROMS.
This book survived a mutiny and decades on a remote Pacific island
This guide explains some of the material available in the Museum's Archive and Library collections which can be used to research people who have served in the Royal Navy.
This guide explains how to use the facilities of the Caird Library at the Museum to research the personnel, vessels and operations of the Royal Navy and its auxiliary forces in 1914-1918.
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