The Dreadnought Project:Privacy policy

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All content on The Dreadnought Project is released under the Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 variant of the Creative Commons license.[1] Material referenced and/or quoted from The Dreadnought Project should be clearly attributed to

The Dreadnought Project,

The editors gratefully acknowledge Crown copyright to the papers at The National Archives, Kew, and works published by H.M. Government, and apply it under the auspices of international copyright law applicable by our hosting site in the U.S.A. Permission granted specifically to the Dreadnought Project to publish material from the collections of the National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth, is also gratefully acknowledged.[2]SIMON HARLEY, Co-editor.


  1. In light of the "no derivative works" provision of the license, we emphasise that we want to hear about errors or omissions in our work and are willing to invite suitable contributors to our editorial staff.
  2. Email to Mr. Simon Harley from Mr. Matthew Sheldon, Head of the Curatorial Department, National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth, dated 20 September, 2011.