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Point Cloud Models of Ship Wrecks from the First World War

Wales and the Welsh people experienced the Great War at sea in numerous ways. Bringing together historians, archaeologists, marine scientists, museums and community groups across Wales, the U-Boat Project, 1914-18: Commemorating the War at Sea tells their stories. The Royal Commission is working together with an established network of maritime museums and volunteers to find and present a wealth of historical information about 17 wrecks highlighted in this collection. This historical dimension is rounded out by the geophysical surveys. This work is being carried out by the Centre for Applied Marine Sciences at Bangor University.

There are 17 items in this collection

Interactive point cloud model of the AGBERI

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Interactive point cloud model of the APAPA

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Interactive point cloud model of the BOSCAWEN

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Interactive point cloud model of the CAMBANK

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Interactive point cloud model of the CARTAGENA

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Interactive point cloud model of the CHELFORD

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Interactive point cloud model of the CORK

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Interactive point cloud model of the DAMÃO

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Interactive point cloud model of the DERBENT

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Interactive point cloud model of the DRINA

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Interactive point cloud model of the H5

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Interactive point cloud model of the JANVOLD

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Interactive point cloud model of the ORONSA

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Interactive point cloud model of the PENSHURST

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Interactive point cloud model of a mystery wreck

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Interactive point cloud model of the U 87

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Interactive point cloud model of the WALPAS

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