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Mainly about Barry and Merchant Seamen
- Acceptance of Fred Hortop's work by the Imperial War Museum as reported in the Barry and District News.
- Her Name Was Tregenna is a tribute to Captain Care and the men of the S.S. Tregenna
- The memorial page on Tom Clemett's History of Barry
- The Merchant Sailors Memorial on the Barry Wales site, with...
- ... an earlier picture of the memorial, showing a lot less weathering
- The Merchant Navy Association (Wales) has a new website
The Anglo Saxon story
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Merchant Seamen and Merchant Shipping
- Convoy Web has a wealth of information and lists many WW2 Atlantic convoys.
- U-boat net has information about U-boat activities etc.
- The PhotoShip site, source of photographs and paintings of many many older ships.
- Liberty ships
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- Website of The Federation of Merchant Mariners
- The Sailors' Society is a charitable support service for Merchant Seamen
War Memorial information
- CWGC is the website of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission
- Tribute page at The Merchant Navy Association
- The UK National Inventory of War Memorials is a registered charity working to compile a record of all war memorials in the UK and to promote their appreciation, use and preservation.
- The War Memorials Trust works for the protection and conservation of war memorials in the UK. They provide advice and information to anyone as well as running grant schemes for the repair and conservation of war memorials.
- Newport's War Dead is Shaun McGuire's tribute to the town's war casualties.
Other websites with Welsh Maritime information
- Newports Wartime Shipping is a history site set up by Peter Hackling.
- Headline.org.uk is pimarily concerned with the History of Railway, Dock and Canal Police Forces of South Wales.
- Rhiw.com is a website about that village and its area of North Wales. Follow the links for "Sea"...
- Swansea Docks is a website set up by retired workers from those docks. It carries historical information.