This is a list of some of the talks and presentations given to the Friends over the last few years. Anyone looking for a talk or presentation to a group should use the contact form on the CONTACT page to make enquiries.
Talks marked FILES AVAILABLE are those where the full talk and pictorial display (if one) can be sent via the internet for someone to give the talk, rather than the original speaker who is likely to be living in the North-East of England.
The items marked ENTERTAINMENT indicate the likelihood of songs and light-hearted quizzes, at the event.
A party to celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the arrival of HMS Trincomalee in England
including a video presentation of 3D photographs, glasses provided. ENTERTAINMENT
"Flotsam & Jetsam" A miscellany of short presentations.
"From post chaise to cable - Naval communication in the nineteenth century" (Hugh Turner)
"The Coronia - the Dunkirk little ship being restored at Hartlepool Marina" (Pauline Field)
The Real Story behind the Film, “Master and Commander” (Nigel Hogg)
Some thoughts on the Global Context of the so-called Crimean War (Mike Hinton)
Brexit and Waterloo; What did the Europeans ever do for us? (Paul Brunyee)
Two Hundred Years of HMS Trincomalee (Derek Hinds)
The Great War at Sea (Colin Hatton)
Port of Hartlepool, Ships & Industry (Steve Frost)
HMS Trincomalee (Hugh Turner) – FILES AVAILABLE
Ship-Owners’ Houses in Hartlepool – part 2 (Edward Bunting)
HMS Trincomalee on the World Wide Web (Hugh Turner)
Women associated with HMS Trincomalee and TS Foudroyant over the last 200 years (Ruth Turner) – FILES AVAILABLE
At Honolulu with HMS Trincomalee (ENTERTAINMENT with songs to join in – available in the near vicinity of Hartlepool / Middleton-in-Teesdale)
All at sea with Waterloo 200 (Paul Brunyee)
The History of Hartlepool Marina (Steve Frost)
The Maiden Voyage (ENTERTAINMENT with songs to join in – available in the near vicinity of Hartlepool / Middleton-in-Teesdale)
Two Hundred Years of HMS Trincomalee (Hugh Turner) – FILES AVAILABLE
The Austen Brothers – Jane Austen’s naval connections (Paul Brunyee)
Royal Naval Submarine Operations during the Cold War (Alan Jackson)
Ships’ Figureheads (Hugh Turner)
Bombay Dockyard and Eliza Bunt (Ruth Turner & Maureen Storm) – FILES AVAILABLE
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