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Paris - Havre - New York, Chemins de Fer de L'État, Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, illustration d'Albert Sébille, vers 1930.

Luxury Liner Row, Manhattan, New York, 1939 - From top to Bottom are "Monarch of Bermuda", The "Fort Townshend", The "Conte di Savoia", The "Aquatania" (Sister ship to the Lusitania), The "Britannic", The "Normandie", The "De Grasse", The "Bremen" and The "Columbus". All but three of these ship would later sink. The Three that did not sink were the Aquatania, The Britannic and the Fort Townshend.

In honor of the 100 year anniversary of the start of WWI, here is a recruitment poster showing the anger of the American public over the sinking of Lusitania at the hands of German submarines

Titanic’s rudder, there’s a man in the photo to show the scale of it.

French Line ILE DE FRANCE maiden postwar arrival at New York, 1949 via Todd Neitring