Smith, Ashley W., 1948- :News. The nature of modern warfare may cause beards to be banned in the Canadian navy so sailors can wear gas masks etc. New Zealand Shipping Gazette, 8 September 2001.
Reference Number: DX-023-190
The scene is a ship's cabin. On the wall is a portrait of Captain Blackbeard with eyepatch, beard and earrings. He is lying in a hammock rubbing his clean-shaven head as he hangs his beard on a hook beside his cap and eyepatch. On the dressing table is a box of 'removable tats', his false teeth and earring. A paper on the floor reads 'sailors must soon be clean-shaven'.
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Smith, Ashley W., 1948- :News. The nature of modern warfare may cause beards to be banned in the Canadian navy so sailors can wear gas masks etc. New Zealand Shipping Gazette, 8 September 2001., Reference Number DX-023-190 (1 digitised items)
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