merchant seaman


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merchant seaman

nmarinaio (di nave mercantile)
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She said: "My dad was a Merchant Seaman and I decided I would come here to pay my respects.
Middlesbrough former merchant seaman James Potter - known as Jim - served aboard several of the vessels which bravely shipped supplies to Russia, despite perilous, icy seas and the constant threat of German attack.
VETERAN merchant seaman Homer Wenderling, who took part in the Battle of the Atlantic, has died.
Former merchant seaman David Iggo, 58, was arrested at the Scottish Maritime Museum in Irvine, Ayrshire, where he worked, after a raid on his home.
The life of a merchant seaman today is never free of hardships and dangers, storms and shifting cargoes, seasickness and possibly even shipwreck.
Merchant seaman Barney Mitchell, 86, of Humshaugh, Northumberland, was one of the last 200 survivors of the 66,000 who served on fleets carrying vital armaments to Russia during the Second World War.
THE Royal Family has been slammed for failing to honour the 23,000 merchant seaman killed in the Second World War.
The QC said it was important to her especially, as her granddad was a merchant seaman. As patron of Stop The Traffik, an organisation fighting human trafficking, Ms Booth made a speech at the International Slavery Museum to mark yesterday's anti-slavery day.
A BRITISH merchant seaman was stabbed five times by muggers as he took a stroll ashore.
Retired merchant seaman Clive Brolls was found slumped beside the tank which he had to remind him of his days at sea.
But the defeat of Canada's merchant seaman in the early 1950s is not the end of the story for Briere.
The well-known 63-year-old former merchant seaman was treated at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, after he was found with severe head and body injuries at his third-floor flat in Loudoun House, Loudoun Square.

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