Pembroke Dock: The Town Built to Build Ships

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Accent Press Limited, 2006 - Navy-yards and naval stations - 211 pages
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Presenting the history of Pembroke Dock, this fascinating social study focuses on the ships built in the yards, including those in Queen Victoria's navy and the Royal Yachts. When the dockyard was suddenly closed, the town was left without a reason for existence. What followed was a brutal battle for survival.

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Phil Carradice is a historian, novelist and poet who has published 29 books. He regularly broadcasts on Radio 4 and Radio Wales where he has his own programme. He works as a lecturer in Cardiff University Department for Continuing Education and takes creative writing classes for adults and children. A former Head Teacher, he now lives in the Vale of Glamorgan but originates from Pembroke Dock.

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