The mariner’s mirror
IN February 1910, a Proposal for the Formation of a Society for Nautical Antiquaries attracted some considerable attention in Edwardian Great Britain. Britain was the greatest maritime nation. Her Navy enjoyed widespread admiration, while the Navy League was an influential lobby that governments could not afford to alienate. There were flourishing professional bodies for marine engineers and naval architects.
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