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Remembering the RMS LEINSTER (and the MEXICO CITY) – 10 October 1918

The torpedoing of the LEINSTER is well known as the worst loss of life in the Irish Sea during the Great War. The 100th anniversary is being commemorated today by Holyhead Maritime Museum with a special event to be attended by descendants of the crew and passengers. Less well known is the contribution the LEINSTER made...

Remembering the USS TAMPA sunk on 26 September 1918

US Coastguard personnel with church representatives, David James from the West Wales Maritime Heritage Society, and Simon Thomas from The Mission to Seafarers, Milford Haven.   On 23 September 2018, during the Sunday service at St Tyfie and St Faith church, Lamphey, representatives of the US Coastguard Service pre...

MOROL / U-Boat Project 1914–18 Conference: Commemorating the Welsh Experience of The Great War at Sea

Venue: Pater Hall, Pembroke Dock.   The U-boat Project team is delighted to invite you to our two-day MOROL / U-Boat Project 1914-18 conference: ‘Commemorating the Welsh experience of the Great War at sea’, in Pater Hall, Pembroke Dock on 3 and 4 November 2018. Join us to explore the experiences of the mar...

Commemorating The Welsh Experience Of The Great War At Sea

3-4 November 2018 Pater Hall, Lewis Street, Pembroke Dock, SA72 6DD This two-day conference explores the experience of the mariners and communities of Wales who were engaged in Royal Navy, mercantile marine and fishing industries during the First World War. The conference is intended both to showcase research and proj...