The Friends of Camperdown are pleased to have reciprocal web
links with associated organisations, sponsors and the wider
maritime history and naval community.
Dundee - The City of Discovery
Dundee City own Camperdown House and took the lead in the 2004
celebrations and mounting a special exhibition at the house - see the 2004
The National Museums of Scorland
Who have artefacts and memorabilia of Duncan and the battle.
Camperdown House is listed on this heritage site who are concerned with
Scotland's built heritage and the nation's history from the earliest times.
The thread reaches from prehistoric standing stones to medieval castles and
formal great gardens through to Georgian houses, Victorian factories and
Second World War defences.
Scottish Cultural Resources Analysis Network
You can find references to Admiral Duncan, the battle and camperdown house on this learning website which has access to quality images, sounds, movies and learning resources. There are over 300,000 images from museums, galleries and archives at www.scran.ac.uk
A detailed account of the Battle of Camperdown
Compliments of Michael Dun or Broughty Ferry, who set up a website with information about the Battle of Camperdown at www.maritime-scotland.com/camperdown
National Galleries of Scotland
Who have paintings of Admiral Duncan and the Battle.
National Maritime Museum
The National Maritime Museum Greenwich was founded by the National
Maritime Museum Act in 1934 and opened to the public in 1937. The
Museum is the largest maritime museum in the world, covering every
aspect of ships and seafaring, in peace and at war, from
pre-history to today. The collections illustrate themes of Britain
and the sea, empire and cultural interchange, sea-power, maritime
technology, exploration and navigation. The Museum also
incorporates the Royal Observatory Greenwich and the Queen's
Navy Records Society
The Navy Records Society was founded in 1893 by a small group of
historians, naval officers, publicists and statesmen lead by
Professor Sir John Knox Laughton and Admiral Sir Cyprian Bridge.
Their object was to publish original materials on the history of
the Royal Navy, as the basis for the development of policy and
doctrine. The Society, which has charitable status, continues to
flourish through the support of a truly international membership.
At present members receive at least one volume per annum, often
two, and the Society has an impressive list of titles awaiting
Society for Nautical Research
Unofficial Naval History Site
The Royal Navy Web Site
With 4/5ths of the earth surface covered in water, the
maritime world is vast and complex where 'naval matters'.
The Royal Navy and Royal marines offers an amazing range of
careers on or under the sea, on land and in the air. If you are
thinking about a career in the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, their
Reserves, Queen Alexandra Royal or Naval Nurses here are some