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This week marks the centenary of the Armistice, which ended the First World War. Many accounts have come down to us of life in the trenches, but there is no similar wealth of information about what life was like in merchant ships at sea — yet some 14,600 British merchant seafarers and fishermen died during those dreadful years

In the 100 years since the signing of the Armistice, many accounts have come down of life in the trenches, but there is no similar wealth of information about what life was like in merchant ships at sea. Yet some 14,600 British merchant seafarers and fishermen died during the dreadful four years that ended on November 11, 1918

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