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57718: Cuttings relating to Skipper James Cullen

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A short newspaper cutting reporting the death of Captain James Cullen, a Hull trawler skipper, at the age of 77, with brief details of some of his achievements during the war, accompanied by a longer cutting dating from just after the end of the First World War, giving fuller details. While commanding the trawler Ben Lawes, Cullen was responsible for sinking two German submarines. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross with Bar, and a number of other decorations. Part of a collection relating to James Cullen.

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Identifier

8349.jpg | GWA_7457_hull0308.jpg |

Subject

Cullen, James

Date

1919 - 1933

Date Created

01/01/1933

Temporal Coverage

31/12/1933

Source

Newspaper

Medium

Paper

Type

Publication

Contributor

Meriel Patrick | Meriel Patrick | John Cullen

Submission Event

Ferrens Art Gallery, Hull Submission Day, 31st May 2008

Rights

The Great War Archive, University of Oxford / Primary Contributor

Publisher

The Great War Archive, University of Oxford

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