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Gwynedd, the First World War and the Sea

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Gwynedd has a rich maritime heritage including its contribution during the first World War. Many men joined the war as sailors, captains and crew members. Some women were nurses, matrons or stewardesses on ships. And local ships were used for the war effort.

This tribute was suggested by Nêst Thomas. In association with STORIEL, Bangor.

UB 91 Cardiff
A Blaenavon ‘Collier’s Boy’ and the UB 91
Llanelli War Memorial
Llanelli’s Great War
The Evening Sun newspaper
Cardiff’s Merchant Fleet Takes a Heavy Toll