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Detail of a memorial to Captain Charles Algernon Fryatt, died 1916. The master of the SS Brussels, he was executed by the Germans for defending his ship. Liverpool Street Station, London, England

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The memorial database contains records of over 5000 church, cemetery and public memorials to seafarers and victims of maritime disasters, including many important works by prominent sculptors and designers.

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Event
1584-1604 Conflict between England and Spain1652-1654 First Anglo-Dutch war ...

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