Penarth Dock, South Wales - 150 years - the heritage and legacy  
Penarth Dock, South Wales - the heritage & legacy . . .

Volume Four - An Era of Change, Uncertainty, Depression & War - Activity at the dock during World War II . . .

1939-1940 - 'List of ships, with port, name of captain and number of crew' taken from 'Spanish Seamen in British Ports (General File) 1939-1940'.

• 1939-1940 - 'List of ships, with port, name of captain and number of crew' taken from 'Spanish Seamen in British Ports (General File) 1939-1940' held within the Archives of the Trades Union Congress. The reduced document concerns those vessels and crew held at Penarth Dock (the entire document lists those held at Barry and Cardiff etc.) and which forms part of a collection made up of a wide range of primary sources on the Spanish Civil War, taken from several archive collections and held by the Modern Records Centre, University of Warwick. [Document reference : 292/946/25b/3] [Image number : 025-0003-001] [744]  [745] [20191022]

 
1940 - A letter from Mr. Clatworthy, secretary of The Cardiff, Penarth and Barry coal Trimmers' Union, to the TUC in London, enclosing a cheque as their contribution and quota of the £1,000 appeal in support of the Spanish Seamen held at the ports due to the Spanish Civil War.

• 1940 - A letter from Mr. Clatworthy, secretary of The Cardiff, Penarth and Barry Coal Trimmers' Union, to the TUC in London, enclosing a cheque as their contribution and quota of the £1,000 appeal in support of the Spanish Seamen held at the ports due to the Spanish Civil War.

One of many interesting historic documents forming part of a collection made up of a wide range of primary sources on the Spanish Civil War, taken from several archive collections and held by the Modern Records Centre, University of Warwick. [Document reference : 292/946/25a/27] [Image number : 025a-0027-001] [744]  [745] [20191022]

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