Protecting the London Talk

March 2019

Hidden at the bottom of the Thames Estuary, lies the wreck of a 17th century warship, the London. Mentioned in Samuel Pepys Diary, this ill-fated ship was fully laden with supplies and ready to embark for battle in the Second Anglo-Dutch War, but as families climbed aboard to see their loved ones off she suddenly, […] Read More

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H.M.S. Caroline Autumn Lecture Series

September 2018

Throughout October and November the National Museum of the Royal Navy’s H.M.S. Caroline will be holding a variety of history lectures in the Pump House visitor centre, which will discuss a broad range of topics about H.M.S. Caroline and the Royal Navy. Booking is required. Tickets cost £5/Concession £3.     4th October: ‘Out Upon […] Read More

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Talk: The Raising of the Mary Rose

August 2018

Christopher Dobbs, Head of Interpretation and Maritime Archaeology for the Mary Rose Trust will be providing his personal insights and anecdotes on the process of excavating and raising the Mary Rose, one of the largest underwater archaeological excavations in history, at an event at the Mary Rose Muesum in Portsmouth on 10th October 2018. Opening […] Read More

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Talk: The Untold Stories of the Africans who sailed with Francis Drake

August 2018

Join Dr. Miranda Kaufmann for a voyage into Black British History aboard the replica of Sir Francis Drake’s famous ship, the Golden Hinde, in London on 10th Oct 2018. Dr. Miranda Kaufmann, the author of Black Tudors: The Untold Story, will first whisk you away to Panama, where an African man named Diego first met […] Read More

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The Story of the Mary Rose Galley – Public Talk

May 2018

The Story of the Mary Rose Galley: Excavating, Raising and Recreating the Ship’s Kitchen on the evening of Wednesday 30th of May 2018 from 18:00 – 20:00. Christopher Dobbs, Head of Interpretation and Maritime Archaeology for the Mary Rose Trust will be discussing how artefacts from the Mary Rose have led the way in building a […] Read More

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New Exhibition at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, New York: “A View From the Deep”

May 2018

To commemorate the 60th anniversary of the commissioning of U.S.S. Growler, one of the U.S. Navy’s first missile submarines, the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York, where U.S.S. Growler now resides as an exhibit, is opening a new exhibition called “A View from the Deep“, chronicling Growler’s Cold War history, from inception […] Read More

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