Shipyards and Shipbuilders
Boston Naval Shipyard
Painful hips in a shipyard worker
Signing Up in the Shipyard
Confined Space Ventilation by Shipyard Welders: Observed Use and Effectiveness
Radiation exposure assessment for portsmouth naval shipyard health studies
Sit-ins and factory occupations: a case study of Cammell Laird’s shipyard
Keyzer [née Mitchell], Isabella [Bella] (1922–1992), textile and shipyard worker, and women's activist
Treaty between Austria-Hungary and Germany respecting the Shipyards at Turn-Severin, signed at Bucharest, 7 May 1918
Treaty between Austria-Hungary and Roumania relative to the Lease of the Turn-Severin Shipyards, signed at Bucharest, 7 May 1918
The Tide of Democracy: Shipyard Workers and Social Relations in Britain, 1870–1950, by Alastair J. Reid
Fear, Laughter, and Collective Power: The Making of Solidarity at the Lenin Shipyard in Gdansk, Poland, August 1980
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