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In search of subsidy: shipowners, government and the British Tramp Shipping crisis, 1930-1938

In search of subsidy: shipowners, government and the British Tramp Shipping crisis, 1930-1938

Ware, Chris (2008) In search of subsidy: shipowners, government and the British Tramp Shipping crisis, 1930-1938. In: Starkey, David J. and Murphy, Hugh, (eds.) Beyond Shipping and Shipbuilding: Britain’s Ancillary Maritime Interests in the Twentieth Century. Maritime Historical Studies Centre, University of Hull, Hull, UK.

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Additional Information: This paper forms Chapter 7 in Beyond Shipping and Shipbuilding: Britain’s Ancillary Maritime Interests in the Twentieth Century, edited by David J. Starkey & Hugh Murphyand. All the papers in this collection were originally presented as research papers to an international conference organised by the University of Hull’s Maritime Historical Studies Centre, and held at Blaydes House, Hull, on 10-12 July 2003. The conference, and the publication of these proceedings, were sponsored by the Baltic Exchange, Lloyd’s Register, the Society for Nautical Research and the British Commission for Maritime History.
Uncontrolled Keywords: shipowners, lobbying, government, subsidy, tramp ships, interwar period, Great Britain
Subjects: V Naval Science > V Naval Science (General)
D History General and Old World > DA Great Britain
Pre-2014 Departments: Greenwich Maritime Institute
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URI: http://gala.gre.ac.uk/id/eprint/1895

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