Useful Links

We have provided some really useful links that would assist any further research. The Strathallan Story is grateful to all the websites that has allowed us to share this information.

German U-boat

On this site you will find all the German U-boats of both World Wars, their commanding officers and operations including all Allied ships attacked, technological information and much more. You can also browse our large photo gallery and thousands of U-boat books and movies.

Admiral Nelson
www veterans
The Merchant Navy Association
Harry Tate Navy
BBC Radio 4
PO Maritime Logo

The National Maritime Museum

The world’s largest maritime museum with 10 free galleries and a vast collection that spans artworks, maps and charts, memorabilia and thousands of other objects.

A truly worthwhile visit.

Veterans UK

Part of Defence Business Services (DBS) within the Ministry of Defence (MOD) and administers the Armed Forces Pension Schemes serving around 900,000 members of the Armed Forces community.

Do you know what your grandparents did in the war?.

Keep in touch.

The Red Duster

The Merchant Navy Association would like to welcome you to the Red Duster website where a host of maritime information is available for you to browse.

The newly updated Red-Duster website has been re-established and revamped.

Great information on the Merchant Navy.

Harry Tate’s Navy

The Royal Naval Patrol Service. sometimes known as Harry Tate’s Navy or Churchill’s Pirates, made up the larger part of His Majesty’s main Royal Naval Auxiliary Fleet. This was the same fleet that lost more vessels than any other branch of the Royal Navy.

Dedicated to the men & history of the Royal Naval Patrol Service

BBC Radio 4 – Making History

Sue Cook presents the series that examines listeners’ historical queries, exploring avenues of research and uncovering mysteries.

The Strathallan Story featured on BBC Radio 4

P&O History

Take a voyage with P&O as they travel back through time to reveal the fascinating story of the company. From the Victorian age of steam, innovation and empire, through two World Wars, to a brave Elizabethan era of modernity and change, P&O has played a vital part in maritime history.

Delve into the decades in detail, glance through the galleries and enjoy excerpts from our film collection