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    Default Good evening, gentlemen.

    Good evening, gentlemen:

    I am Aldo, an unfortunatelly I am not a sailor, but just a dentist that enjoys a lot reading about Maritime History. I am currently researching about the brave british sailors that broke the Francoist blocade to de few Republican harbours still open in the final weeks of the bloody Spanish Civil War. I found some interesting information about the vessels, but not about the shipowners and shipping companies of the era, specially the smaller ones. I will be very thankful with any help. Cheers!

    Aldo M. del Aguila.

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    Default Re: Good evening, gentlemen.

    Hello Aldo
    Welcome, and thanks for Joining!
    I do hpe that with a bit of time thetre may be some here who may be able to assist in your Query!
    I will look around as well and see if there is any other info i can come up with.

    Meantime enjoy the site, relax and settle in

    Cheers
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    Default Re: Good evening, gentlemen.

    One Ship the Hamsterley Sailied out of Newcastle to Bilboa, to take Food to the aid of the refugees there.
    Was Built 1924 of 2160 Tonnage. Middlesbourgh by Smiths Dock Company.

    More interest here , just click on the Date for info.
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