Just one year after the company employed its fourth-generation family members, war broke out and all sailings were cancelled. The company survived on work for the Ministry of Supply, but the High Street premises were completely destroyed as Hull became the most bombed city outside of London. In a final blow – Ambrose’s son Cyril was killed at war, leaving the job of post-war recovery to his cousins John and Geoffery.
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