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merchant seamen

merchant seamen

Merchant Seamen’s Health, 1860–1960, Medicine, Technology, Shipowners and the State in Britain

Black West Indian Seamen in the British Merchant Marine in the Mid nineteenth Century

Sweatshops at Sea: Merchant Seamen in the World's First Globalized Industry, from 1812 to the Present

Survivors: British Merchant Seamen in the Second World War, G. H. and R. Bennett

Agreement between France and Great Britain relative to Merchant Seamen Deserters, signed at London, 23 June 1854

Additional Article respecting the Detention etc. of Merchant Seamen Deserters between the Argentine Republic and the United States, signed at Buenos Aires, 23 June 1884

Agreement between Great Britain and Greece relative to Merchant Seamen Deserters, signed at Athens, 7(19) August 1875

Agreement between Denmark and Great Britain relative to Merchant Seamen Deserters, signed at London, 21 June 1881

Agreement between Great Britain and Germany relative to Merchant Seamen Deserters, signed at London, 5 November 1879

Agreement between Brazil and Great Britain relative to Merchant Seamen Deserters, signed at Rio de Janeiro, 30 July 1888

Declaration between Belgium and France respecting Payment of Wages and Disposal of Estates of Merchant Seamen, signed at Brussels, 31 May 1887

Declaration between Denmark and France respecting Payment of Wages and Disposal of Estates of Merchant Seamen, signed at Copenhagen, 1 April 1886

Exchange of Notes between France and Sweden-Norway relative to the Payment of Wages and Disposal of Estates of Merchant Seamen, signed at Stockholm, 19 May 1886

Additional Article to the Convention of 23 June 1884 between the Argentine Republic and the United States respecting Merchant Seamen Deserters, signed at Buenos Aires, 25 June 1885

Sweatshops at Sea: Merchant Seamen in the World's First Globalized Industry, from 1812 to the Present. By Leon Fink (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2011. 278 pp. $34.95)

 

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The Board of Trade records of men in the merchant service are kept at the Public Record Office under BT. See the Public Record Office Information leaflet no. 5, ‘Records of the Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen’.

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