International Commission of Maritime History (ICMH)
Commission internationale d'histoire maritime (CIHM)
1960-09-14 Lisbon Portugal
Founded 14 Sep 1960, Lisbon (Portugal), during 5th International Colloquium of Maritime History, as an affiliate commission of A-XA1582 - International Committee of Historical Sciences (ICHS). Successor body of U-XU1211 - International Commission for the History of Great Discoveries. Ceased to exist when merged into D-XD2742 - International Maritime History Association (IMHA), Jul 2016.
Encourage and coordinate research by maritime historians in a spirit of international understanding through international meetings and publications, as well as through international cooperative research.
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