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Event: ‘Shipbuilding on the Home Front during the Great War’ October 24th 2018

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A standard ship under construction at a shipyard along the River Clyde in Scotland 1917. The progress seen in the photograph was the result of two weeks’ work. (IWM Q 19455)

Public Lecture

 ‘Shipbuilding on the Home Front during the Great War, with special reference to Clydeside’.

Professor Hugh Murphy, Department of Social and Political Sciences, University of Glasgow

 

Wednesday 24th October 2018

6-30-7-30pm

Yudowitz Seminar Room

Wolfson Medical School Building

University Avenue.

 

An event to mark the centenary of the end of the Great War.

Sponsored by the Centre for Business History in Scotland.

University of Glasgow

 

RSVP Christine Leslie by e-mail no later than Friday 12 October. Christine.Leslie@glasgow.ac.uk

Refreshments will be served

 

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King George V watching workers shaping steel stays during his visit to the Harland & Wolff Ltd. shipyard in Govan, Glasgow, 20 September 1917. (IWM Q 54808)


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