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E. J. Harland and G. W. Wolff combined operations in 1861.  They constructed R.M.S. ''Titanic'' and many other liners as well as major warships.{{Burt1986|p. 9}}
 
E. J. Harland and G. W. Wolff combined operations in 1861.  They constructed R.M.S. ''Titanic'' and many other liners as well as major warships.{{Burt1986|p. 9}}
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In 1912, they acquired a second shipyard in Govan, near Glasgow in Scotland.
  
 
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In 1912, they acquired a second shipyard in Govan, near Glasgow in Scotland.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 08:13, 26 April 2018

Harland & Wolff, Limited was a British shipbuilder, with their yard in Belfast.

E. J. Harland and G. W. Wolff combined operations in 1861. They constructed R.M.S. Titanic and many other liners as well as major warships.[1]

History

In 1912, they acquired a second shipyard in Govan, near Glasgow in Scotland.

Shipbuilding

Footnotes

  1. Burt. British Battleships of World War One. p. 9.

See Also

Bibliography

  • Burt, R. A. (1986). British Battleships of World War One. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press. (on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk).