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Dockers by Gerli Herrenstiefel MESTOULE

Dockers by Gerli Herrenstiefel MESTOULE

Dockers by Gerli Herrenstiefel MESTOULE Braun In Herrengrößen erhältlich. 40,41,42,43,44,45,46,47. Jetzt MESTOULE von Dockers by Gerli auf Spartoo.de versandkostenfrei bestellen!

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Dockers by Gerli Herrenstiefel UROUA

Dockers by Gerli Herrenstiefel UROUA

Dockers by Gerli Herrenstiefel UROUA Braun In Herrengrößen erhältlich. 41,42,43,44,45,47. Jetzt UROUA von Dockers by Gerli auf Spartoo.de versandkostenfrei bestellen!

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Dockers by Gerli Sneaker Sneaker 38PD209-616

Dockers by Gerli Sneaker Sneaker 38PD209-616

Dockers by Gerli Sneaker Sneaker 38PD209-616 Weiss In Damengrößen erhältlich. 37,38,40,41. Jetzt Sneaker 38PD209-616 von Dockers by Gerli auf Spartoo.de versandkostenfrei bestellen!

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Dockers by Gerli Slipper

Dockers by Gerli Slipper

Dockers Slipper aus Veloursleder kombiniert mit Textil.

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Dockers by Gerli Sneaker

Dockers by Gerli Sneaker

Dockers Sneaker aus Glattleder, Veloursleder und Synthetik.

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STEEL BY CHRIST Manschettenknöpfe

STEEL BY CHRIST Manschettenknöpfe

STEEL BY CHRIST Manschettenknöpfe, schwarz, Edelstahl

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STEEL BY CHRIST Manschettenknöpfe

STEEL BY CHRIST Manschettenknöpfe

STEEL BY CHRIST Manschettenknöpfe, schwarz, Edelstahl

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STEEL BY CHRIST Manschettenknöpfe

STEEL BY CHRIST Manschettenknöpfe

STEEL BY CHRIST Manschettenknöpfe, silber, Edelstahl

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STEEL BY CHRIST Manschettenknöpfe

STEEL BY CHRIST Manschettenknöpfe

STEEL BY CHRIST Manschettenknöpfe, silber, Edelstahl

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Pearl Style by Gellner Armband

Pearl Style by Gellner Armband

Pearl Style by Gellner Armband, schwarz, Tahiti-Zuchtperle

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Pearl Style by Gellner Armband

Pearl Style by Gellner Armband

Pearl Style by Gellner Armband, schwarz, Tahiti-Zuchtperle

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Pearl Style by Gellner Kette

Pearl Style by Gellner Kette

Pearl Style by Gellner Kette, schwarz, Tahiti-Zuchtperle

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Pearl Style by Gellner Kette

Pearl Style by Gellner Kette

Pearl Style by Gellner Kette, schwarz, Tahiti-Zuchtperle

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Volcom Day By Day Dress

Volcom Day By Day Dress

Day By Day Dress von VolcomFeaturesTank Top JerseykleidTiefer Armausschnitt mit offenen SchnittkantenLabelpatch in der Seitennaht

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Volcom Day By Day Dress

Volcom Day By Day Dress

Day By Day Dress von VolcomFeaturesTank Top JerseykleidTiefer Armausschnitt mit offenen SchnittkantenLabelpatch in der Seitennaht

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Dockers

Dockers

On 29 September 1995, the Liverpool dockers, the backbone of Liverpool`s revered maritime industry, refused to cross a picket line and were immediately dismissed by the Mersey Docks & Harbour Co. Men from one of the most respected workforces in the British labour movement were now threatened by casual labour terms and deregulation, and they wanted to make sure their voices against such decisions were heard. The call for workers` solidarity rose, and men from port after port answered. Dockers: The `95 to `98 Lock-out is a captivating collection of photographs and anecdotes from this famous movement. This industrial protest was far-reaching - from the Women of the Waterfront movement campaigning on behalf of their husbands, brothers and sons, to the international community of dockworkers who were inspired to speak out against unfair working practice. Dockers: The `95 to `98 Lock-out encapsulates the lengths a community will go to in order to defend their heritage, pride and values. Published twenty years after the beginnings of the dispute, Dave Sinclair`s thought-provoking photography and interviews with dockworkers and their families is a tribute to the men and women who fought so hard on the picket lines of the Liverpool dockyards.

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Dockers` Stories from the Second World War

Dockers` Stories from the Second World War

Dockers` Stories from the Second World War is a collection of several true stories, drawn from Henry Bradford`s thirty-two years as a Registered Docker in the Port of London, revealing the daring deeds of docklands men in the Second World War. Men were often killed and injured during their every-day work on the docks nonetheless, never was the bravery of these men so tested as during times of war. Henry heard many stories from dockers in his time working the docks but it was their wartime adventures that seemed most vivid: tales of bravery and escapades of men who, once the wars they had fought in were over, returned to work in the docklands of the Port of London, on the river Thames in sailing barges, or on coastal or continental short sea trading vessels. Henry Bradford`s lively stories and colourful characters reveal the bravery of ordinary men in the Second World War, from Captain Jim Fryer`s ship towage work on Calais roads and Dunkirk beaches, and saving lives of survivors from the bombed hospital ship Paris, for which he was awarded the DSC, to Petty Officer Jack Hicks` quieter but equally memorable posting steering a clinker-built boat on a hush-hush job from the Thames to the north-east, his crew consisting only of an inexperienced co-man and an incredibly efficient WREN. Heroes of London`s Docklands is sure to appeal to those whose relatives worked as dockers, and to anyone with an interest in London`s East End at war.

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Dockers` Stories from the Second World War

Dockers` Stories from the Second World War

Dockers` Stories from the Second World War is a collection of several true stories, drawn from Henry Bradford`s thirty-two years as a Registered Docker in the Port of London, revealing the daring deeds of docklands men in the Second World War. Men were often killed and injured during their every-day work on the docks nonetheless, never was the bravery of these men so tested as during times of war. Henry heard many stories from dockers in his time working the docks but it was their wartime adventures that seemed most vivid: tales of bravery and escapades of men who, once the wars they had fought in were over, returned to work in the docklands of the Port of London, on the river Thames in sailing barges, or on coastal or continental short sea trading vessels. Henry Bradford`s lively stories and colourful characters reveal the bravery of ordinary men in the Second World War, from Captain Jim Fryer`s ship towage work on Calais roads and Dunkirk beaches, and saving lives of survivors from the bombed hospital ship Paris, for which he was awarded the DSC, to Petty Officer Jack Hicks` quieter but equally memorable posting steering a clinker-built boat on a hush-hush job from the Thames to the north-east, his crew consisting only of an inexperienced co-man and an incredibly efficient WREN. Heroes of London`s Docklands is sure to appeal to those whose relatives worked as dockers, and to anyone with an interest in London`s East End at war.

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Tales of London`s Docklands

Tales of London`s Docklands

Tales of London`s Docklands is an engaging and endearing account of the day-to-day experiences of hardworking dockers in the Port of London after the Second World War. These real-life stories highlight the harshness, brutality and poverty experienced during the author`s time spent working in the dock industry. Yet they also capture the humour and camaraderie that existed among the dockers, revealing the characters that shined through the backbreaking and dangerous daily toil. The antics of Big Dave, Little Fred and Old Percy will prove particularly appealing. Tales of London`s Docklands is a valuable and entertaining record of eventful episodes on the Port of London docks. It preserves the spirit of disappearing industry and the memory of the people at its heart.

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Tales of London`s Docklands

Tales of London`s Docklands

Tales of London`s Docklands is an engaging and endearing account of the day-to-day experiences of hardworking dockers in the Port of London after the Second World War. These real-life stories highlight the harshness, brutality and poverty experienced during the author`s time spent working in the dock industry. Yet they also capture the humour and camaraderie that existed among the dockers, revealing the characters that shined through the backbreaking and dangerous daily toil. The antics of Big Dave, Little Fred and Old Percy will prove particularly appealing. Tales of London`s Docklands is a valuable and entertaining record of eventful episodes on the Port of London docks. It preserves the spirit of disappearing industry and the memory of the people at its heart.

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DANIEL HAINES (FOOTBALLER)

DANIEL HAINES (FOOTBALLER)

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Daniel Haines (born 11 April 1981) is a former Australian rules football midfielder who played for the Fremantle Dockers in the Australian Football League and the Peel Thunder in the West Australian Football League. Haines played junior club football at South Mandurah, and played Colts football with the Peel Thunder shortly after it joined the WAFL in 1997, and broke into its senior team in 1999. He was drafted to the AFL by the Fremantle Dockers to its rookie list in 2001, and was elevated to the senior list at the beginning of the 2002 season. He made his senior AFL debut in Round 6 2002, against Essendon, in the game best remembered for Essendon captain James Hird sustaining very serious facial injuries. He was delisted at the end of the 2004 season, but redrafted by Fremantle with selection 69 in the National Draft. After playing a total of 16 in 2002 and 2003, numerous injuries to his knee, big toe and achilles tendon have kept him out of the senior side and he was finally delisted at the end of 2006. Throughout his career at Fremantle, he continued to play senior football for Peel when he was not selected in Fremantle`s AFL team.

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