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Memories of the Royal Naval School, Malta, 1947 - 1978.

 
 

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Royal Visit 1954


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Naval & Military


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Transport


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Before Our Time


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HMS Serene 1946163 viewsAlgerine Class1 commentsPrefect08/19/17 at 22:39Martin Powell: c/w RNSA 14 dinghy.
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Things are looking UP !!402 viewsThe building of the huge 38-storey tower proposed by the Gasan Group is set to have a dramatic impact on views enjoyed by pedestrians strolling along Ghar id-Dud, the Sliema promenade, apart from breaking the skyline when viewed from as far away as Rinella Bay in Kalkara.

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9 commentsadmin08/13/17 at 10:28phillrose: I was looking round a photographic display in the ...
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Things are looking UP !!402 viewsThe building of the huge 38-storey tower proposed by the Gasan Group is set to have a dramatic impact on views enjoyed by pedestrians strolling along Ghar id-Dud, the Sliema promenade, apart from breaking the skyline when viewed from as far away as Rinella Bay in Kalkara.

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9 commentsadmin08/09/17 at 13:36Grahame Cain: This is just ghastly! It will be visible from Gozo...
sliema_tower.jpg
Things are looking UP !!402 viewsThe building of the huge 38-storey tower proposed by the Gasan Group is set to have a dramatic impact on views enjoyed by pedestrians strolling along Ghar id-Dud, the Sliema promenade, apart from breaking the skyline when viewed from as far away as Rinella Bay in Kalkara.

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9 commentsadmin08/07/17 at 11:30admin: A paradox, a paradox, a most ingenious paradox...h...

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Malta National Archives Memory Project103 viewsI work at the National Archives of Malta, on the Memorja (National Memory) project. I am conducting oral history interviews with British ex-servicemen/women and their families, who came to Malta after WWII. I was directed towards this fantastic website, and wondered if there was anybody who would like to speak to me about their experiences of being in Malta. By after WWII I mean any decade really! It would be great to have a variety of different decades if possible.

For people who are interested my email address is sandra.blake@gov.mt. I would be happy to provide additional information on the project and be very grateful for any assistance you are able to give.

Thank you and kind regards,

Sandra Blake

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2 commentsadminJul 05, 2017
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Early 60s films of Malta210 viewsLinks to four films taken by the Stubbs family (no sound).

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Don Stubbs
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Mtarfa water181 viewsThe photo shows my sister helping with a water delivery to our married families' quarters in St Patrick's.

Bruce Williams
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On This Day - Vulcan crash 14 Oct 1975272 viewsTimes of Malta headline.

Full story here (from 2010)
adminOct 15, 2016

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