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From the day it opened its doors in 1917, the Nautical College depended heavily on its naval instructors, writes Robin Knight. An extensive trawl thro… More...

In September 1917 36 youngsters of varying ages enrolled as the first entry at The Nautical College, Pangbourne. Using the BRNC Dartmouth entry system… More...

1921 Census

The College Archives have got off to a flying start in 2022 with an important record release. More...

Courage, resilience & nerve are as necessary as they ever were, but lately the ability to form bonds with local communities, to gain trust and help re… More...

Michael Layard served in the Falklands as the most senior naval officer on board Atlantic Conveyor, experiencing the full horror of war when the ship … More...

Mike 'The Bike' Hailwood is often referred to as the greatest of all time. His talent, nerve and sheer determination brought stunning success in a spo… More...

David Smiley was a truly remarkable man, someone who lived for action and adventure, a keen sportsman who lived life to the full and was not afraid of… More...

It was highly appropriate that CC Mike Cumberlege won the Geography Prize in 1921. In a tragically short life he travelled extensively for work, plea… More...

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